The Perfect World Masters
Shanghai

Event Dates:
November 19, 2017 through November 26, 2017

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Read the latest news about players competing in The Perfect World Masters

Brought his A-game
November 25, 2017
Paparazi had an impressive series against LFY in the Perfect World Masters. The young star finished with a KDA of 20/2/13.
ANALYSIS
Paparazi kicked off the series with the meta-favorite Morphling in the safelane. He had a free lane up top and farmed an impressive 14-minute Linken's Sphere. He followed it up with a 20 minute Ethereal Blade and his dominance was ready to begin. He racked up the game-high 11 kills and just couldn't be contained by LFY. In Game 2, Paparazi's Chaos Knight didn't have an easy time in the early game. It didn't matter as he still found a lot of kills and farm. His Armlet and Echo Sabre at the 16-minute mark was too much for his opponents to handle.
Quiet but effective series from VG mid
November 25, 2017
Ori had a quiet but solid series against LFY at the Perfect World Masters. The mid laner finished with a KDA of 7/1/19.
ANALYSIS
Ori went with Queen of Pain in the midlane in the series opener. He lost early on against Super's Sniper but he easily changed his fortunes in the mid game. His 19-minute Orchid of Malevolence easily allowed him to get an easy pick off on Sniper and the supports. In Game 2, Ori's Puck had a better early game start. His 14-minute Veil of Discord and Blink Dagger allowed him to easily dictate the tempo in the lopsided win.
Got the win despite not being at his best
November 25, 2017
LaNm was an effective roamer in the Vici domination of LFY at the Perfect World Masters. The veteran player finished with a KDA of 3/5/24.
ANALYSIS
LaNm played the roaming Clockwerk in the series opener. His early rotations didn't help his team much. He finally got to farm a 21-minute Blade Mail which helped his initiations tenfold. In Game 2, LaNm was much better on his Undying. His Decay harass in the early game ensured the lanes went in his team's favor. His excellent usage of Tombstones down the line helped secure the easy win. His 14 assists were the highest in the deciding game.
Tidehunter bias pays off
November 25, 2017
Eleven had a great series against LFY in Vici's victory at the Perfect World Masters. The offlaner finished with a KDA of 8/3/19.
ANALYSIS
Eleven went with Tidehunter in Game 1 of the series. Eleven was mostly zoned out by his opposing supports and was relegated to the jungle early. He caught up quickly though and found good rotations and made perfect use of his Ravages. He was again on Tidehunter in Game 2 of the series. He had a pretty good time contesting Monet's farm this time around. He found himself a 14-minute Blink Dagger en route to the easy victory.
Well-respected by his opponents
November 25, 2017
The consistent Super was held to a poor series by Vici Gaming in the Perfect World Masters. The mid laner finished with a KDA of 7/7/3.
ANALYSIS
Vici respected Super's signature Dragon Knight and banned it in both games. In Game 1, Super went with Sniper in the mid lane. He won early against Ori's Queen of Pain thanks to his natural advantage. But as the game went on Super struggled to stay effective due to his hero's vulnerability against Vici's more mobile line-up. In Game 2, Super went with the much tankier Timbersaw in the mid lane. His early game ended pretty much even against Ori's Puck but as the game went on his impact similarly waned. He rarely died but it was still a poor pick in the end for LFY.
From great to bad real quick for LFY carry
November 25, 2017
Monet had his worst series at the Perfect World Masters against Vici Gaming. The young carry finished with a KDA of 3/8/4.
ANALYSIS
Monet kicked off the series with his favorite Faceless Void. He farmed well early and got himself a 12-minute Mask of Madness. Unfortunately, in the crunch time, his Chronosphere lacked the desired impact. In Game 2, Monet went with Vengeful Spirit. He didn't have a good early game and his chance to snowball was really stunted. He didn't grab a single kill while he died four times in the do-or-die game.
Couldn't step up his game
November 25, 2017
InFlame struggled to set the tempo for LFY as they fall to Vici Gaming in the Perfect World Masters. The offlaner finished with a KDA of 3/9/4.
ANALYSIS
InFlame went with Omniknight in the offlane in Game 1 of the series. He was aggressively zoned out by the Vici supports. He lost the early game badly and just couldn't get much done. His 20 minute Mekansm was slow by his standards and his rotations just couldn't cut it for LFY. In Game 2, InFlame had a slightly better time on the Doom. His 17-minute Crimson Guard helped him sustain his team in fights but that was the only real item he managed to acquire.
Not his best showing
November 25, 2017
Ah Fu was well read by Vici Gaming in their elimination at the Perfect World Masters. The high profile support finished with a KDA of 3/10/6.
ANALYSIS
Ah Fu went with Witch Doctor in the series opener. He helped Faceless Void secure his farm early but that was the only thing he did well. His late rotations weren't timely and his Death Wards rarely did much for his team. In Game 2, Ah Fu went back to his roots with a roaming Enchantress. He secured some early kills with his rotation but he quickly fell off as Vici Gaming easily had his number.
Not his best drafts
November 24, 2017
Puppey couldn't lead his team to a victory over LFY in the Perfect World Masters. The veteran captain finished with a KDA of 3/19/6.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1, Puppey went with Witch Doctor. For majority of the early game, Puppey was just babysitting Cty's Medusa as much as possible. His Paralyzing Casks were timed pretty well, and he even got full-duration Death Wards at times, but his team were easily outclassed in Game 1. In Game 2, Puppey went with the more aggressive Spirit Breaker. The pick was dealt with confidently by LFY, as Puppey died nine times in the match.
Wishes he could have done more
November 24, 2017
Fata had a forgettable time against LFY in their loss at the Perfect World Masters. The mid-turned-off laner finished with a KDA of 5/10/5.
ANALYSIS
He started the series with off-lane Tidehunter. Fata did very well early, finding good farm for himself as well as harassing the enemy carry. He picked up a 10-minute Hood of Defiance and was often in the thick of the action. His Ravages were okay, but his team wasn't really farmed enough to capitalize on Fata's initiations. In Game 2, Fata tried his luck with the off-lane Pugna. His early game was again pretty effective. He pushed out the lanes as best he could and dished out decent damage, but he honestly should and could have done more for his team.