Ninjaboogie
Michael Ross 
Philippines
Mineski
Can't find the kills needed to take over the game
November 23, 2017
Ninjaboogie struggled on Spirit Breaker against compLexity. He finished with a 2/8/11 KDA. Mineski is eliminated from the Perfect World Minor, finishing in 7th-8th place.
ANALYSIS
Although he was making the moves he needed to, compLexity was too prepared for Ninjaboogie. He died a lot in the early game, which only lead to more deaths as the game went on. It was an unfortunate scenario, and given the circumstances Ninjaboogie did what he could.
Excellent Game 2 to secure Mineski's first LAN win
October 22, 2017
Ninjaboogie finished with an overall KDA of 6/5/31 in Mineski's 2-0 win over LGD Gaming in the grand finals of the PGL Bucharest Minor.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Ninjaboogie played Lich. This was a classic Lich performance from Ninjaboogie. He made very few individual plays, but provided massive utility to his team. The experience denial from Sacrifice combined with the excellent observer ward vision Ninjaboogie provided put Mineski in a nice position as the game went on. He finished with a 2/4/11 KDA. In Game 2 Ninjaboogie played Silencer. Silencer is quickly becoming one of Mineski's staple heroes, and this game was a great example of why. Global Silence gives Ninjaboogie such control over fights, and thanks to his good positioning and quick reaction, he was almost always able to get it off in time. He finished with a 4/1/20 KDA.
Supports his team to a commanding win
October 20, 2017
Ninjaboogie finished with an overall KDA of 3/5/43 in Mineski's 2-0 win over Evil Geniuses in the group stages of the PGL Bucharest Minor.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Ninjaboogie played Silencer. This was a very flashy game for Ninjaboogie, but Silencer isn't a hero with much playmaking potential. His Global Silences were extremely impactful though. Whenever a fight looked like it might just tip in EG's favor, Ninjaboogie was ready with Global to shut them down. He finished with a 0/3/15 KDA. In Game 2 Ninjaboogie played Silencer again. He played just as well in this game as he did in the first. His positioning was good, and Global Silence was always put to good use. He finished Game 2 with a 3/2/28 KDA.
Couldn't keep it together after a close Game 1 loss
October 12, 2017
Ninjaboogie finished with an overall KDA of 3/9/15 in Mineski's 0-2 loss to Team Liquid at the Starladder iLeague Minor.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Ninjaboogie played Night Stalker. He had a good early game, but Mineski couldn't close out the game quickly enough on the back of it. As the match dragged on, Ninjaboogie became less and less effective. He finished with a 3/4/11 KDA. In Game 2 Ninjaboogie played Night Stalker again. He completely fell flat after coming so close to victory in Game 1. This time, his early roaming accomplished next to nothing, and he was ineffective as the game went on. He finished with a 0/5/4 KDA.
Too little too late in 2-1 loss
March 13, 2017
Ninjaboogie finished Mineski's 2-1 loss to Team Faceless during the semifinals of the SEA Regional Qualifiers for the Kiev Major with a final KDA of 8/17/20.
ANALYSIS
Ninjaboogie played Crystal Maiden in Game 1, allowing Julz to play Slardar. Ninjaboogie did an excellent job of zoning for Meracle in their safe lane tri-lane and disrupting Faceless' engagements. In Game 2, Ninjaboogie tried out his best JerAx impression but fell flat. He failed to make big plays despite his greedy build and also failed to give his middle laner the advantage. In Game 3, Ninjaboogie played Sand King. Working in his own jungle, Ninjaboogie came up short once again. His delayed Blink Dagger kept him from being able to properly engage Faceless until it was too late.
Flexibility was key for Mineski's support
March 12, 2017
Ninjaboogie played a key part in Mineski's dismantling of Clutch Gamers in the Kiev Major SEA Qualifiers. The Filipino-American finished with a KDA of 4/8/39.
ANALYSIS
Ninjaboogie kicked off the series with a defensive Silencer. His Global Silences were perfectly timed and he didn't slack off in the farming game as well managing 455 gold per minute. He only died four times and was involved in 21 of Mineski's kills in the game. In Game 2, ninjaboogie was on the more active Rubick. His rotations helped Mineski stay in control. He also managed a 21-minute Blink Dagger which was a respectable timing for the hero. His game-high 20 assists underlined his contribution to Mineski's win.
Underwhelming series from Mineski's captain
September 11, 2016
Ninjaboogie played a mediocre series, but managed to take a game off Execration in their 1-2 loss in the MPGL SEA Championships upper bracket final. He finished with an overall KDA of 7/19/48.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Ninjaboogie played Oracle. His early game damage was essential in securing Mineski's early lead, providing the burst to kill heroes like Axe and Timbersaw. Unfortunately, Ninjaboogie found himself falling off in effectiveness very quickly. His False Promise extended his teammates' lives, but they almost always died at the end of it. Ninjaboogie finished the game with a 3/9/27 KDA. In Game 2 Ninjaboogie played Ogre Magi. He did a very nice job of protecting Raging Potato's Drow Ranger in the bottom lane, setting Mineski up for a very strong transition into the mid-game. With the massive gold advantage that comes with taking multiple towers early on, Ninjaboogie was able to stay relevant throughout the entire game. Mineski won Game 2 in just 26 minutes, evening up the series. Ninjaboogie finished Game 2 with a 2/2/14 KDA. In Game 3 Ninjaboogie played support Silencer. Although it was a potentially very good pick, Silencer is just too weak in lane. Ninjaboogie found himself against a triple lane early on, and was almost completely unable to help out Raging Potato's Drow Ranger in lane. With no momentum behind their Drow Ranger or Morphling, Ninjaboogie and Mineski were essentially helpless as they lost Game 3 in just under 30 minutes. He finished with a 2/8/7 KDA.
High-risk, high-reward play pays out
September 9, 2016
Ninjaboogie played Ogre Magi to great success in Mineski's 1-0 victory over Tangerine. He finished the match with a 1/2/11 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Ninjaboogie's Ogre Magi was the perfect support in Mineski's 1-0 victory over Tangerine. With a 1/2/111 KDA, he spent most of the game roaming and helping Raging Potato's Mirana and Heisenberg's Timbersaw get ahead. After getting them ahead, the team was able to teamfight their way to a quick 27-minute win. Mineski will be facing Warriors Gaming in the Group B finals.
Back to Mineski as a substitute
July 16, 2016
Ninjaboogie has left Rave and joined Mineski, theScore eSports' Preston Dozsa reported on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
Ninjaboogie will join Mineski as a substitute support player. The acquisition of Ninjaboogie comes shortly after failing to qualify for The International 6 despite receiving a direct invite to the SEA qualifier.