Arteezy
Artour Babaev 
Canada
Evil Geniuses
Can't finish with Chaos Knight
July 6, 2017
Arteezy finished Evil Geniuses' 1-0 loss to Newbee during the group stages of MDL 2017 with a final KDA of 11/11/5
ANALYSIS
Arteezy played Chaos Knight in a dual safe lane with zai's Venomancer. Without a true support in lane, Arteezy suffered against Newbee's aggressive tri lane. Though he managed to find his farm, Arteezy lacked good follow up from his teammates to tap into the power of the Chaos Knight pickup.
Awkward Venomancer performance
July 6, 2017
Arteezy finished Evil Geniuses' 1-0 victory over Vici Gaming during the group stages of MDL 2017 with a final KDA of 2/6/14.
ANALYSIS
Despite his low KDA, Arteezy's Venomancer posted a final damage score of 21.2k, outdamaging the enemy Chaos Knight, Legion Commander and Phantom Assassin. After losing an easy fight in their own jungle, Vici Gaming threw in the towel, making EG more survivors than victors.
Pulls off the Drow strategy
July 5, 2017
Arteezy finished Evil Geniuses 1-0 victory over OG during the group stages of Mars Dota2 League 2017 with a KDA of 12/1/19
ANALYSIS
Flying high from the get go, Arteezy dominated his lane against s4's Faceless Void. Never worried nor wanting, Arteezy went on to dominate the game alongside SumaiL and give EG a swift victory.
Tough game for Evil Geniuses' carry
July 5, 2017
Arteezy had a rough game in a loss to LGD in the MDL 2017 group stages. He finished with a 4/5/1 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Arteezy played Lifestealer. He had a pretty uneventful game all things considered. Despite having multiple Infest vehicles to enter fights, he couldn't really do much against the powerhouse that was Ame's Chaos Knight. With no ability to clear illusions, Arteezy was helpless against Phantasm and crumbled quickly to Ame.
Steady showing from EG star
July 5, 2017
Arteezy played a good, steady game for Evil Geniuses as they easily defeated Clutch Gamers in MDL 2017. The popular carry finished with a KDA of 9/2/14.
ANALYSIS
Arteezy was on Lycan in the lone game of the matchup. He easily won the early game with his supports. This allowed him an excellent economy game picking up an 11-minute Armlet of Mordiggian and 14-minute Mask of Madness. His movements around the map were crisp, as he did the most tower damage in the game (7,700) and racked up nine kills for himself.
Put together a dominant series
June 11, 2017
Arteezy could not be stopped as Evil Geniuses defeated Team Secret 2-0 in the Epicenter semifinals. Arteezy finished with a 16/5/27 KDA and destroyed eight towers, six barracks and two Roshans in the series.
ANALYSIS
Throughout the entire game, Arteezy was having a positive impact on the game and helped push his team to victory. If he needed to fight, he could as he found 16 kills while only dying twice. When he wasn't fighting, he was leading his team in objectives to clear the way for the win. Arteezy and Suma1L are the dream duo for EG and are playing like it. They are on the way to the grand finals of Epicenter.
Forgetabble performance from EG's star carry
June 11, 2017
Arteezy couldn't get going as Evil Geniuses fall to Team Liquid in the Epicenter grand finals. The popular carry finished with a KDA of 11/16/19.
ANALYSIS
Arteezy kicked off the series with the meta-popular Bristleback in Game 1. Despite on the tankiest hero in the game, Arteezy died four times and was often biting off more than he can chew. He didn't prioritize farming and Liquid capitalized on Arteezy's lapse. He was Ursa on his only win of the series in Game 2. He didn't have the best early game, but he turned around with good his teammates in the mid game as he racked up eight kills after his 18-minute Blink Dagger. In Game 3, his risky Drow Ranger pickup put EG in a bad spot as Liquid punished him greatly by killing him five times. He didn't pick up a single kill and only brought a little over 100 tower damage in the game. In the final game of the series, his Razor made way too many mistakes. He got over eager even though Liquid was more than ready for him. He had the highest last hits in the game, but it didn't translate too much afterwards.
Unstoppable carrying in 2-0 sweep
June 9, 2017
Arteezy looked very impressive in Evil Geniuses' 2-0 sweep against Clutch Gamers in Epicenter. He finished with a final KDA of 19/6/16.
ANALYSIS
Arteezy went as Venomancer in Game 1, and decided to jungle right off the bat. Power-farming a Veil and a Scepter in 17 minutes, he provided an enormous amount of magical damage for EG well before anyone on Clutch Gamers had a BKB ready. Combined with Chronosphere and Ice Blast, Clutch Gamers had no response to EG's teamfighting potential. In Game 2 Arteezy went as Arc Warden and completely dominated the field. Ending with a net worth of 24,482 in just over 30 minutes, Clutch Gamers had no way of handling Arteezy, who was able to pick off heroes anywhere on the map with his Tempest Double. He ended this game with a KDA of 15/4/12, and dished out 32,971 damage.
Cool, calm, and collected in an impressive win
June 7, 2017
Arteezy looked solid in Evil Geniuses' 2-0 win over Virtus.pro on the final day of Epicenter group stages. He finished with a 12/5/19 overall KDA.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Arteezy played Venomancer. He played a great game overall, only giving up a single death. He was able to get many kills in lane, which set Evil Geniuses up for a fantastic mid game. They were able to continue this snowball and secure a very fast 24-minute win. Arteezy finished with a 7/1/7 KDA. In Game 2 Arteezy played Venomancer again. He didn't manage to dominate in the same way as Game 1, but this was still a solid performance by Arteezy. When he died in fights, he almost always got off his spells before his death. He finished with a 5/4/12 KDA.
Selfless play in hard earned victory.
May 29, 2017
Arteezy finished Evil Geniuses' 3-1 victory over Newbee in the Grand Finals of the Manila Masters with a final KDA of 24/22/55.
ANALYSIS
Arteezy played Drow Ranger in Game 1 in the safe lane. His Precision Aura helped all of his teammates dominate their respective lanes and EG cruised to a 29-minute victory. In Game 2, Arteezy was drafted Lone Druid in an effort to combat kpii's Naga Siren. Finishing with one kill and 11 deaths, Arteezy gave it his all, but was ultimately overcome by the terror that is Naga Siren. In Game 3, Arteezy took a trip back in time to 2014, as Razor. He soaked up over 30k damage while providing armor reduction against the Newbee lineup. In Game 4, Arteezy put the final nail in Newbee's coffin as Bristleback. Dealing about 40k damage to enemy heroes and 6,100 damage to enemy buildings, Arteezy was the driving force behind Evil Geniuses Game 4 efforts.
Great plays to close out a win over Team NP
May 28, 2017
Arteezy looked weak in Game 1 but excellent otherwise in Evil Geniuses 2-1 win over Team NP in the Manila Masters lower bracket final. He finished with a 29/9/27 overall KDA.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Arteezy played Weaver. He didn't look great in this game, largely thanks to NP's draft being very strong against his hero. Arteezy massively struggled to play around MSS' Duel, and his Linken's Sphere came far too late at 25 minutes. Arteezy finished the game with a 1/3/5 KDA. In Game 2 Arteezy played Juggernaut. Although he usually isn't the one to finish with a huge KDA, this game was largely centered on Arteezy instead of SumaiL. Most of the time, safe lane carries will play a supportive role to their middle laner, but Arteezy was the major source of damage this time. He finished the one hour, 18-minute game with 73,800 damage done and a 19/5/13 KDA. In Game 3 Arteezy played Razor. After a marathon of a Game 2, Arteezy was warmed up and ready to carry another game. He dominated his lane along with Cr1t and zai, both setting himself up for a great mid-game and hurting EternaLEnVy's. Arteezy was extremely difficult to bring down in fights, and went for an early Aghanim's Scepter to aid Evil Geniuses' ability to push down towers. Arteezy finished the game with a 9/1/9 KDA and a whopping 8,800 damage done to enemy buildings.
Weak series from Evil Geniuses carry
May 26, 2017
Arteezy struggled in both games of Evil Geniuses' 0-2 loss to Newbee at the Manila Masters. He finished with a 7/15/13 KDA.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Arteezy played Razor. He had an extremely rough game, but was able to at least keep himself competitive in terms of his net worth. Despite being even on items, Arteezy found himself as the focus of most of Newbee's damage. He ended up finishing with a 4/11/11 KDA, the most deaths of anyone in the game. In Game 2 Arteezy played Razor again. Unfortunately for Evil Geniuses, Arteezy had a repeat of his Game 1 performance. There was once again too much control on the side of Newbee for Arteezy to output his damage. He was even forced to build a Force Staff as his first item to deal with Kaka's support Clockwerk, a very grim sign for Evil Geniuses. He finished with a 3/4/2 KDA.
Puts together an incredible series
May 26, 2017
Arteezy put the team on his back as Evil Geniuses defeated Faceless 2-0 in the Quarterfinals of the Manila Masters. Arteezy finished with a 23/3/26 KDA and destroyed 10 towers, seven barracks and a Roshan in the series.
ANALYSIS
In a series that saw a sluggish EG squad dig themselves in a massive 45-minute hole, a true hero needed to take over the game for them to have a chance. Sure enough, Arteezy took it as his personal responsibility to will his team back into the game. Playing Lifestealer, Arteezy did more than just get his team back into the game; he led a charge to seize a demanding lead. After riding the lead to a Game 1 win, Arteezy played even better in the quick Game 2 win, where he finished with a beautiful 13/0/9 KDA. Arteezy saved this ugly series for the juggernaut squad and hopefully they all come to play next round.
Kiev run ends in the semifinals
April 30, 2017
Arteezy can't extend the tournament hopes as Evil Geniuses lost 2-0 to OG in the semifinals of the Kiev Major. Arteezy finished the series with a 14/11/20 KDA and destroyed two towers in the series.
ANALYSIS
Whether is was Game 1 on Spectre or Game 2 on Slark, Arteezy played a very consistent showing. Normally that is a good thing, but Arteezy was consistently underwhelming as OG was on the wrong side of of a series sweep. With two almost identical stat lines, Arteezy could not get over the hump and compete with the surging OG team. Finished both games with seven kills and ten assists, but watched his deaths grow as the series intensified. EG fell short this time around, but we can all expect them to bounce back.
Awful series from Evil Geniuses' carry
March 28, 2017
Arteezy had one of the worst series so far at the Dota 2 Asia Championships in Evil Geniuses' 0-2 loss to Invictus Gaming. He finished with an overall KDA of 12/13/9.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Arteezy played Clinkz. He had an alright lane, but Arteezy's critical first few rotations completely failed, leading to a string of costly early-game deaths. Arteezy quickly became a liability, dying over and over again. Although he got a few kills in some later-game fights, Arteezy had one of the worst games of the tournament. He finished with an 8/9/9 KDA. In Game 2 Arteezy played Ursa. Although his personal stats were a bit better this time, Game 2 was no real improvement. Arteezy fell behind early and stayed there. He finished with a 3/3/0 KDA.