Finn Anderson 
FaZe Clan
Finally defeats SK in playoffs
May 20, 2018
karrigan posted a 34/36 KD on Friday in a 2-0 series win over SK Gaming in the quarterfinals at the ESL Pro League Finals in Dallas.
The series began on SK's pick, Overpass, where karrigan stole the pistol round on the CT-side in a 1-vs-4 clutch. This triggered FaZe to pick up a massive defensive 7-0 lead before SK could respond, but with only a handful as karrigan and his men secured the 10-5 half. The sides switched and so did the momentum as SK were able to reduce the deficit on the defensive side, but not for long as karrigan remained in the wheelhouse to take the 16-13 win for the series lead. The momentum continued on Mirage where karrigan and company dominated the offensive first half for a 13-2 lead. The second half was contested as SK tried to hold on but FaZe secured the three rounds to finally beat SK in the playoffs for the semis.
Sends the French packing
April 22, 2018
karrigan secured a 35/29 KD on Friday in a 2-0 series win over Team EnVyUs in the Group A decider match at DreamHack Masters Marseille.
karrigan was faced with a tough task through the first half of Train on the T-side as EnVyUs where tight on the ropes to hold on to their first-half lead. karrigan managed to get his men back in the picture with more aggression upfront to end the half with an 8-7 score. Things didn't get any easier for karrigan in the second half as EnVyUs were red-hot out of the gates to win five straight. Eventually, karrigan was able to break the nV economy and retain the economy of their own en route for an edging 16-14 finish. He continued to lead his men through Overpass where he only gave up three rounds in both halves to claim their spot in the quarterfinal over EnVyUs.
Saves the day in split
April 3, 2018
karrigan posted a 34/31 KD in the 1-1 split against Team EnVyUs on Tuesday in Week 5 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
karrigan started rather rough in the best-of-two series against Team EnVyUs on Cache as his T-side had nothing to show in the 13-2 deficit at the half. The second half couldn't bring any light to the lineup as the French sailed off with the 16-5 victory. However, the tides turned as the series shifted to Inferno, where karrigan and his men exploded through the first half on the CT-side for an 11-4 lead. He continued his success through the second half, eventually clinching the split resolving the 2-vs-2 post-plant situation with a double kill, including the 1-vs-1 clutch to secure the match victory for FaZe, 16-6.
Unable to lead his team to victory
January 28, 2018
karrigan struggled his way to a 47/70 KD in FaZe Clan's 2-1 loss to Cloud9 in the ELEAGUE Major: Boston grand finals.
While karrigan managed to call a great series against Cloud9, he simply couldn't get them over the final hump in the 41-round bout on Inferno that closed the series. More than that, he once again failed to show up in terms of kills. While he certainly isn't the one that the team depends on in terms of frags, but a bit more from him still would have been nice for his team in this series. His inability to get his team to overcome their emotions also played a big factor in this series, as each member of the team looked to be losing their composure during Game 2. Sure, they got it under control and made a bit of a run, but they still came up short in that game. Touted as the best team in the world coming into this series, this is one that will surely stick with karrigan for some time.
Defense shy in second half for loss
December 17, 2017
karrigan gathered a 14/21 KD on Friday in a 16-13 loss to Astralis at the ECS Season 4 Finals.
The series started smoothly for karrigan on Overpass as FaZe Clan opened up the series with a 3-0 lead. Astralis founds ways to win a counter karrigan as his team has found success with the quick strike on the A-bombsite. However, karrigan eventually started to play more passive in the late rounds which helped the team finish the half with an 8-7 score. The second half kicked off with karrigan winning the 1-vs-2 clutch on the B-bombsite to hold the push. Karrigan was able to pick up a few more rounds but Astralis remained composed on the offense to take the lead early. Karrigan struggled to hold off the offense of the Danes who eventually rode off with the second half, leaving karrigan with a tattered economy and a loss on Overpass.
Leads to the grand final
December 9, 2017
karrigan posted a solid 38/27 KD on Saturday in a 2-0 sweep over Fnatic in the semifinals of ESL Pro League Season 6 finals.
After Fnatic took the early lead up 4-1, karrigan came back in Round 6 with a force buy that granted the team the round win. From there, karrigan held off the offense on the B-bombsite as well as the late rotations to break the tie late and secure the first half 9-6 lead. Going into the second, karrigan took mid-control early on which allowed him and his team to secure map control. Karrigan contributed to seven out of eight offensive rounds won to hand Fnatic their 16-7 loss. A contested start to Overpass resulted in karrigan extending the lead in Round 9 with a 1-vs-1 clutch to win the round. His efforts sealed the 8-7 lead going into the second where his defense held Fnatic for eight rounds to sweep the series and advance to the grand finals.
Unable to show in OT
December 9, 2017
karrigan posted a 24/25 KD in the 19-15 loss on Tuesday to Fnatic in the ESL Pro League Season 6 Finals.
A strong defensive presence on the B-bombsite served well for karrigan as he contributed to the 2-0 lead to start on Inferno. Although the tides turned as Fnatic forced the early buy and came out with an aggressive offense that was too tough to tame and picked up four straight. Finally, the B-bombsite hold brought life back to the team as karrigan picked up more rounds on the early rotate call to take the first half 8-7 lead. He continued to pick up with the pistol round win but Fnatic brought the score back to contest as both teams traded rounds once again. However, Fnatic broke the economy of karrigan and rode off with the second half, reach map point advantage. With little money and a long deficit to overcome, karrigan did just that with a passive-aggressive offense to open up the defense and conquer the A-bombsite to force overtime. Unfortunately, karrigan could not show any sign of life in the extra rounds as FaZe dumped for a 19-15 loss.
Stumped in best-of-five
November 19, 2017
karrigan went 47/85 on Sunday with a 3-2 loss to the Ninjas in Pyjamas in the grand finals of IEM Oakland.
The series started on Cobblestone where karrigan's offense struggled to win rounds early. The defense of NiP held off for a 9-6 lead going into the second half. The second half was quick and easy after the offense of NiP, who took Game 1 with ease. A less-favored Inferno would go in the way of karrigan with a strong start on the offense to take the 11-4 lead. The second half was a little more contested with karrigan on the favored defense but karrigan evened the series with the third and final Inferno win. The series shifted on Train where karrigan started smooth and almost ended with a defensive first half lead but NiP edged with an 8-7 score. The second half was all defense from NiP as karrigan couldn't get anything going for the offense in the game loss. karrigan made it look easy on Overpass with the massive first-half lead and the contested second-half start to end with a series going to Game 5. The start of Cache was close but NiP ran away with the first half lead and never looked back as karrigan tried to save the game late in the second half but NiP had too much momentum in their favor.
Leads second grand final win
October 15, 2017
karrigan tallied a 43/30 KD on Friday with a 2-0 sweep over Astralis in the ELEAGUE Premier grand finals.
A slow start in the first half of Cache didn't phase out karrigan, although frustration growing as the team took a massive 12-3 deficit at the half. Karrigan came right out of the gates in the second half to have a strong defensive hold, including his Round 21 quad kill on the defense to lessen the deficit to 13-8. From there, he continued to put pressure on the Astralis offense to eventually edge out a Game 1 win 16-14. The series then moved into Overpass where karrigan led the defense for a massive hold primarily on the B-bombsite for a 12-3 lead. Although Astralis stumped karrigan for three rounds to start the second half, karrigan then ripped the defense for four rounds to finally close out the series with a 16-7 win on Overpass.
Leading another 2-0 sweep
October 15, 2017
karrigan led for a 2-0 sweep over Team EnVyUs in the ELEAGUE Premier quarterfinals with a 40/30 KD.
karrigan started the sweep on Nuke with a highly contested first half on the defense against EnVyUs' aggressive offense. However, in Round 4 karrigan led the FaZe force-buy which karrigan himself would pick up three kills to break the tie for a 3-2 lead. Rounds traded as karrigan remained in control of his team to take the first half with an 8-7 score. In the second half, karrigan led for seven-straight for the offense to force mappoint advantage. Although nV did win five in a row, it wasn't enough to force overtime as karrigan took Game 1 16-12 with a team-leading 28/19 KD and 97.7 ADR. Coming close to a defuse in the pistol round, karrigan came right back in the following round with a force-buy that would turn into a 5-1 lead early. He continued to hold the line from nV advancing into the bomb sites for a 9-1 lead before nV collected their last round of the half. Although karrigan had little frags on Overpass, his team carried the way for a 13-2 half and then a quick second half with three rounds on the offense for the 16-3 win.
Lacks in the fragging department in loss
October 13, 2017
karrigan went 34/38 in FaZe Clan's 2-0 win against North in the semifinals of the ELEAGUE Premier 2017.
karrigan, despite not really finding many kills, called a great series for FaZe in this big win. They started out a bit slow in the first game, but before long, they found a groove thanks to the strategies of their in-game leader. While karrigan may not have played his best the entire game, but he did have a couple nice moments, especially in Game 2. He found a 3k with a sniper in that round to help keep them pushing to a big win. They will now move on to the grand finals to face Astralis.
Leading the all-star's to grand final sweep
September 18, 2017
karrigan made it look easy with a 49/30 KD on Sunday in the grand final of ESL One New York with a 3-0 win over Team Liquid.
karrigan led the series with tremendous composure under the most stressful times of need when trying to win it all. A solid start to Inferno on the defensive side resulted in a massive 15-0 shutout going into the second. karrigan then led the offense of FaZe with a tough 3-0 deficit to start, however, he came up huge with a triple kill to close out the map 16-3. In Game 2 karrigan led a solid offensive showing despite giving up four rounds, but he rallied the team's eight-round streak with a Round 13 denied defuse with a triple kill to that eventually closed out the half 11-4. A bit of a lagging defense on Overpass struggled early on but karrigan stayed composed to edge for a 16-14 win. Still feeling the adrenaline from a close Game 2 finish, karrigan adjusted his defense for Mirage to lead a hefty 11-4 start. He then led his entry fragging machines olofmeister and rain to close out the second half 5-0 for a 16-4 grand final win.
Explosive in the second half for the win
September 2, 2017
karrigan earned a 13/11 KD on Day 1 of DreamHack Masters Malmo with a solid win over mouz 16-9.
karrigan had a busy start to Mirage on the defense for FaZe with a 4-0 lead shutting down the A-bombsite push early. karrigan then gave up a few crucial rounds that reset his economy allowing mouz to tie things up at 5-5. Two rounds later, karrigan had a massive double kill retake on the A-bombsite in a 2-vs-1 win to extend the lead 7-5. karrigan applied more of his loose play to pick up the opening frags over mouz which helped the team take the 9-6 score at the half. karrigan led the second half with a slow start on the offense but got the ball rolling with several bomb plants which turned into rounds won. The offense overhauled the mouz defense to take Mirage 16-9.
Unable to lead FaZe to victory
August 30, 2017
karrigan put up a paltry 9/20 KD in FaZe Clan's loss at the hands of Ninjas in Pyjamas on Day 1 of DreamHack Malmo.
While karrigan led his team well in the first rounds of this game, once NiP woke up, he couldn't bring them back out of the hole they dug. Not only that but karrigan himself wasn't providing nearly enough to keep his team away from danger all throughout the series. As such, NiP easily walked away with a 16-8 win. FaZe will have a chance to redeem themselves against mousesports later in the day.
Leads charging comeback late in Game 2
August 26, 2017
karrigan posted a 37/41 KD on Wednesday in a 1-1 split against mousesports in ESL Pro League Season 6.
karrigan had a rough start to Cache facing a difficult task to come back from a 5-0 deficit. In Round 6, his double kill on the A-bombsite retake helped the team secure its first round of the half. Four rounds later, his triple hold on the B-bombsite forced an offensive save which gave FaZe another round win, down 7-3. With an 8-7 deficit going into the second half, karrigan's entry and bomb plant on the A-bombsite helped secure the pistol. The pistol round win turned into a dominating offensive half as karrigan only gave up two rounds in the 16-9 win. In Game 2, karrigan evened the score 1-1 in Round 2 with an aggressive push into the A-bombsite to grab the plant and the final frag. karrigan then won the following two rounds with post-plant holds and bomb plants to force the defensive save. A couple more bomb plants and post-plant holds gave the team the 8-7 lead at the half. karrigan won the first three rounds on the offense before mouz came back to win three of their own, however, as mouz reached the 14th round, karrigan closed Game 2 with a triple hold on the A-bombsite with the AWP, edging Mirage 16-14.
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