Doesn't do much in loss
October 5, 2017
Hiko put up a 20/36 KD in Rogue's sweep at the hands of Team Liquid on Wednesday in the ESL Pro League.
Hiko couldn't save his team's fate in this series, as they were completely picked apart by Liquid at every turn in this series. He opened with a rough 7/18 performance in the first game, and while he recovered a bit with a 13/18 KD in the second game, they were still easily taken down 16-8 in both games. Rogue is basically floundering at this point and will need to do a ton to save their fates in the North American region.
Fails to impress
October 5, 2017
shinobi went just 20/35 KD in Rogue's 0-2 loss at the hands of Team Liquid on Wednesday in the ESL Pro League.
shinobi simply couldn't gain traction one bit in this series against Liquid. This was pretty much a mismatch since Liquid is so strong of late, but it was still a rough thing to watch from shinobi. He wasn't terrible in the first game, posting a 13/17 KD, but it was nowhere near enough to help his team in the slightest. Moving into the second game, he was even worse with a 7/18 KD. Strangely enough, the team still won the same number of rounds in both games despite his deficiencies. Rogue will have a ton of work to do in order to turn this ship around.
Strong performance despite loss
September 13, 2017
vice posted a 48/41 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 loss to Splyce in ESL Pro League Season 6.
Despite only winning five rounds in the first half to start Game 1 on Train, vice picked up many frags along the way going into the second. The second half was a slow start, but the solid comeback on the defense helped the team come within one round to tie; however, he came up short to force overtime, posting a 26/23 KD and 100.5 ADR in the 16-14 loss. Game 2 vice led the team in kills in a contested first half to end with a 9-6 score at the half. Unfortunately, the second half was a dismal offensive performance as vice struggled to get the opening kills to close out rounds in the series sweep 16-9, earning the team-leading 22/18 KD and an 80.5 ADR.
Not enough in comeback
September 13, 2017
Hiko earned a 45/39 KD in Tuesday's 2-0 loss to Splyce in ESL Pro League Season 6.
Hiko picked up a lot of frags in Game 1 of Train despite taking a loss in the second-half comeback, posting a team-leading 29/18 KD and 98.9 ADR. Down 10-5 at the half, Splyce got to map point, but that didn't stop Hiko from giving in with his Round 24 quad-kill hold on the B-bombsite to win a clean round. However, it wasn't enough to overcome Splyce in a 16-14 Game 1 loss. Hiko didn't accumulate as many frags in Game 2 of Nuke with a tough time to find his groove in the first half on defense for a 9-6 deficit. He continued to struggle on the offense in the second half to only contribute to three rounds won in a 16-9 loss.
Signs on with Rogue
July 24, 2017
vice will join Rogue, the organization announced on Sunday.
vice has dabbled with a variety of North American rosters during the past calendar year, including eUnited and Engima6 Group, so it seems like a natural progression to Rogue, an organization eager to make a name for itself in the US. He'll join a roster littered with talent, including well-known player Hiko.
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Wardell completes roster
August 20, 2017
The organization has announced and completed its active lineup with former Ghost Gaming member, Wardell.
Rogue has now completed its roster with the addition of Wardell. The 19-year-old will get his first full experience as a professional player with the upcoming ESL Pro League set to kick off August 24. Wardell has had limited exposure to high-levels of competition but Hiko and the teams believe he is the right fit. Unfortunately, Rogue won't be able to use their full roster for the start of Pro League due to wrath being currently underaged. Until September 21st, Rogue will have a stand-in, witmer, until wrath turns 16.