Anucha Jirawong 
Rough series for Mineski's support
November 23, 2017
Jabz did what he could, but couldn't turn the tides against compLexity. He finished with a 2/3/9 KDA. Mineski is eliminated from the Perfect World Minor, finishing in 7th-8th place.
Jabz' Winters Curses were never as impactful as Mineski needed, but through no real fault of his own. Winter Wyvern is a powerful, but popular hero. Teams like compLexity have gotten used to playing around the power of her ultimate, and Jabz was made the victim of the knowledge in this game.
Continues to stake his claim as the top SEA support
October 22, 2017
Jabz finished with an overall KDA of 9/7/28 in Mineski's 2-0 win over LGD Gaming in the grand finals of the PGL Bucharest Minor.
In Game 1 Jabz played Earth Spirit. Jabz played very well, continuing to seriously impress on the pro circuit. His early rotations weren't that great, but he more than made up for it in the mid and late-game. His long-range disables provided the lockdown Mineski needed. He finished with a 4/3/11 KDA. In Game 2 Jabz played Earth Spirit again. He once again showed off why Earth Spirit continues to be a popular pick in the hands of a skilled player. He was able to control fights from a distance, as well as chase for kills with his mobility. He finished with a 5/4/17 KDA.
Crushes Evil Geniuses under the weight of his Clockwerk play
October 20, 2017
Jabz finished with an overall KDA of 10/12/46 in Mineski's 2-0 win over Evil Geniuses in the group stages of the PGL Bucharest Minor.
In Game 1 Jabz played Clockwerk. He had a beastly early game, which allowed him to continue playing extremely aggressively all game. He was able to set up fights with ease thanks to his experience lead, and helped snowball Mineski to a very quick 25-minute win. He finished with a 5/4/18 KDA. In Game 2 Jabz played Clockwerk again. He once again crushed EG in the early-game, making a case for teams to start banning Clockwerk against Mineski. His excellent early game set Jabz up to continue initiating for his team and scale beyond the potential of a traditional position-four hero. He finished with a 5/8/28 KDA.
Smooth operator for Mineski
October 20, 2017
Jabz was a suave playmaker for Mineski in their match against Natus VIncere at the PGL Minor. The spitfire support player finished with a KDA of 11/12/38.
Jabz was in Earthshaker in the first two games of the series, and he could have given GH a run for his money. His Fissures were on point and he got the early-game gold to secure the good Blink Dagger timings. His Echo Slams were always effective and Natus Vincere were always extra careful because of his presence. Jabz switched it out to Earth Spirit in the final game of the series. His early-game rotations kept Na'Vi on the back foot. He died five times in the match, but he made every death worth it.
Rough series for Mineski's support
October 12, 2017
Jabz finished with an overall KDA of 5/12/14 in Mineski's 0-2 loss to Team Liquid at the Starladder iLeague Minor.
In Game 1 Jabz played Witch Doctor. Ninjaboogie was actually a huge source of damage for Mineski in their successful early fights. His Malediction into Death Ward was what enabled Mineski to kill Miracle's Alchemist for the first half of the game. Unfortunately, they couldn't close out the game before Liquid became too strong for Jabz to stop. He finished with a 2/5/13 KDA. Jabz played support Monkey King in Game 2. He was completely ineffective beyond being kind of annoying for Liquid to deal with. Without the levels and items to back it up, Wukong's Command was utterly worthless, especially when Jabz just died in the blink of an eye. He finished with a 3/7/1 KDA.
Moves to Mineski
August 16, 2017
A tweet by Mineski's manager has confirmed that Jabz will be joining the team for the upcoming season.
Along with his teammate from Faceless, iceiceice, Jabz will be playing in the new Mineski roster this season. Jabz and Faceless found mixed success, often dominating within the SEA region but failing to deliver the same results in international competition. This new Mineski roster is another superstar lineup, and it remains to be seen if the players can overcome their shaky histories.
Looking very impressive back in the support role
May 27, 2017
Jabz struggled in Game 1, but looked very impressive in the other two games of Faceless' 2-1 win over OG at the Manila Masters. He finished with an overall KDA of 18/18/59.
In Game 1 Jabz played Enchantress. He didn't manage to make many impactful early-game moves, leaving Faceless in a tricky position going into the mid-game. Jabz chose to go for a Force Staff over a Hand of Midas as his first item, basically going all-in on his mediocre early-game. He finished with a 4/6/9 KDA. In Game 2 Jabz played support Clockwerk. After a disappointing Game 1, Jabz more than redeemed himself with his early movements in Game 2. He was all over the place finding kills for the first 10 minutes of the game, setting him and his teammates up for a solid transition into the mid- and late-game. Jabz finished with a 5/3/23 KDA. In Game 3 Jabz played support Sand King. Once again, Jabz played a fantastic game on the support/initiator. He managed to get his Blink Dagger at 14 minutes, an extremely quick timing for a support. As the game went on, Jabz continued to set up for excellent fights against OG. He finished their Game 3 win with a 9/9/27 KDA.
Can't hold off the EG pressure
May 26, 2017
jabz started out strong but faded away as Faceless was defeated by Evil Geniuses 2-0 in the Quarterfinals of the Manila Masters. jabz finished with a 7/10/21 KDA in the series.
Everything looked great for Faceless as their lead in Game 1 kept growing and growing, peaking at the 45-minute mark. Then EG woke up and started playing like the juggernaut squad they are known as. jabz, playing Weaver, fell apart along with all of Faceless as they were picked off and killed eight times in a three minute span to throw away their lead. After a respectable 5/3/13 KDA in the loss, jabz ended Game 2 with a 2/7/8 KDA as EG made quick work of them to close out the series. Faceless now must fight through the losers bracket.
Hot-and-cold series from Faceless' middle lane
May 19, 2017
Jabz played well in Game 2 but it wasn't enough in Faceless' 0-2 loss to Liquid at the second StarLadder Invitational. He finished with a 14/4/6 overall KDA.
In Game 1 Jabz played Storm Spirit. This was a potentially amazing Storm Spirit game since Liquid only picked a single stun, but Jabz failed to capitalize. A poor lane phase left Jabz seriously hurting on his Bloodstone timing, which didn't come until 20 minutes. By then, Faceless were already down a lane of barracks and it was too late. Jabz finished with a 2/2/3 KDA. In Game 2 Jabz played Phantom Assassin middle. After his underwhelming Game 1, Jabz performed extremely well this time around. He got off to a very explosive start, but unfortunately, he was the only one on his team having a good game. Jabz managed to deal almost as much damage as the entire rest of his team combined, a very grim sign. He finished the game with a 12/2/3 KDA.
Poor itemization from Faceless mid
April 28, 2017
Jabz had some questionable decisions for Team Faceless against TNC Pro Team but it was still a good enough performance for his team to take the win in Kiev Major. The Thai hotshot finished with a KDA of 28/9/31.
He started the series with Storm Spirit. With the help of his supports, he gave Kuku a terrible time on his Templar Assassin very early on as they killed him four times. This paved the way for Jabz and Faceless to easily control the opener. In Game 2, Jabz had a questionable game on his Tiny. After a tough early game, he decided to invest heavily in a Dagon, and it really stifled his effectiveness in the latter stages of the game. In Game 3, Jabz had an unbelievable game on his Medusa. Despite dying three times, he still managed the highest gold per minute of the game at 629 and was a constant thorn for TNC throughout the game.
Rights the sinking ship to bring Faceless the win
March 13, 2017
Jabz finished Team Faceless' 2-1 victory over Mineski during the semifinals of the SEA Regional Qualifiers for the Kiev Major with a final KDA of 21/4/17.
Jabz played well in Game 1 as a middle lane Invoker. Though his farm accelerated after a quick Hand of Midas, Jabz was too uninvolved in the fighting to keep his team from being overcome. In Game 2, Jabz helped his team rally as Alchemist. Snagging a 13-minute Radiance after a quick Armlet, Jabz mowed down towers and heroes alike and earned Faceless a 30-minute victory. In Game 3, Jabz put on another clinic this time as Lone Druid. Itemizing for the standard attack speed and range, Jabz turned towers to dust as his teammates kept Mineski at bay.
Does the heavy lifting for Faceless
March 12, 2017
Jabz finished Team Faceless' 2-1 victory over TNC Pro Team during the semifinals of the SEA Regional Qualifiers for the Kiev Major with a final KDA of 32/14/35
In Game 1, Jabz's Lone Druid was a crucial part of Faceless' victory. Racking up 8,500 building damage with 17 kills and 16 assists, there is no doubt Jabz was the driving force behind this win. In Game 2, Jabz's play towards a standard build on Ember Spirit was exploited by TNC's lineup. Unable to make key initiations, Faceless was forced to watch their towers go down one by one. In Game 3 Jabz was able to redeem his Ember Spirit play, notching kill after kill as he distracted TNC from Black^'s Clinkz.
Got his Tinker, but also got shut down in the mid game
January 23, 2017
Thai star Jabz had a very poor outing as Team Faceless bow out of Dota Pit against OG. The mid player finished with a KDA of 5/7/6.
Jabz went with Tinker for this elimination match. He had an okay laning stage picking up Boots of Travel at nine minutes. His decision to go with the aggressive Laser-Missile build worked well in the early game. But the gamble delayed his Blink Dagger to around 17 minutes and OG pounced on his vulnerable time. Jabz was limited to a low 404 gold per minute and for a Tinker that is never enough.
On the upswing against Digital Chaos
January 22, 2017
Jabz finished Team Faceless' 1-0 victory over Virtus.pro during the DotaPit Season 5 LAN with a final KDA of 6/1/10.
Jabz played Ember Spirit in the middle lane against Dragon Knight. Able to hold his own and keep even on farm, Jabz was the driving force behind Faceless' team fights. He zipped about, keeping VP locked down with his Searing Chains. All the while, Jabz dealt large amounts of damage with his Flame Guard, which was amplified with +15 percent Spell Damage and a Veil of Discord.
Along for the ride for once
January 22, 2017
Jabz finished Team Faceless' 1-0 victory over Digital Chaos during the DotaPit Season 5 LAN with a final KDA of 6/1/10.
Jabz played Phantom Lancer in the middle lane. Playing it safe and slow, Jabz was content to simply push down objectives rather than fight. With three of his teammates ripping off big plays, Jabz didn't take the center stage as he has in matches past. Team Faceless eliminated Digital Chaos to keep their tournament hopes alive.