QO
Kim Seon-yeop 
South Korea
Immortals
Huge Anti Mage game not enough
November 4, 2017
Qo was the best player for Immortals despite the losing effort in Dota Pit. The unpredictable carry finished with a KDA of 7/3/5.
ANALYSIS
Qo was Anti Mage in the lone game of the series. He farmed up a storm early on and got himself an impressive 13-minute Battle Fury. His control of the map equilibrium really helped Immortals have a fighting chance in the uphill game. He racked up seven kills and had the highest net worth in the game but his team was a non-factor as SG eventually ran away late.
Gutsy showing for the Immortals carry
November 3, 2017
QO kept Immortals afloat with his performance against Team Liquid in Dota Pit. The risky carry finished with a KDA of 22/11/19.
ANALYSIS
QO got very early nine-minute Boots of Travel to keep up the pressure and followed it up with a 15-minute Diffusal Blade. His aggression, however, backfired in key moments of the game since his team was not in a position to fight. However, his 15 kills were the game high, and the match wasn't even a contest. In Game 2, QO went with mid Terrorblade. He again won early thanks to his lane control and last hitting, but his game was a far cry from his previous one. When mid game rolled in, he was jumping in at unreasonable times and died six times.
Excels in lane swap situations
October 21, 2017
QO finished Immortals 2-1 victory over Team Secret during the group stages of the PGL Bucharest Minor with a final KDA of 27/13/35.
ANALYSIS
QO's safe lane Troll Warlord floundered in Game 1. Though Troll was the last pick by Immortals, QO couldn't withstand the onslaught from Meepo and Monkey King, as Troll Warlord is best suited for single target. QO turned it around in Game 2 as Monkey King, dominating his lane and then the game with help from Febby's roaming Night Stalker. In Game 3, QO's Bloodseeker helped Immortals finish off the comeback, playing patiently and surgically, Immortals chose their fights carefully and it paid off in the end.
Smashes his way to a win over Secret
October 19, 2017
QO finished with an overall KDA of 32/10/23 in Immortals' 2-0 win over Team Secret in the group stages of the PGL Bucharest Minor.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 QO played Chaos Knight. QO played quite well this game, with the exception of a few foolhardy dives. He was an absolute beast as the game went later. Secret didn't have a very good answer to his illusions, and QO was able to take out heroes almost instantly with his physical burst damage. He finished with a 13/6/9 KDA. In Game 2 QO played Bloodseeker. He absolutely dominated this game. In the lane phase he destroyed MidOne's Ember Spirit, and he was able to snowball that momentum into pressure all over the map. His lead made him a terror in fights for Secret, and he was able to run around with near-immunity all game. He finished with a 19/4/14 KDA.
New roster confirmed
September 7, 2017
QO confirmed the roster of the new Immortals today on Twitter. The lineup will consist of the old MVP.Phoenix roster: QO, MP, ForEV, DuBu and Febby.
ANALYSIS
The past year has been comparatively disappointing for all five members of the new Immortals. QO and Febby struggled immensely on Fnatic, failing to post any good results. ForEV, DuBu and MP enjoyed more success on their teams, but none ever reached the same status they enjoyed on MVP.Phoenix.
Released from Fnatic
August 25, 2017
In a release on their website, Fnatic confirmed that QO would be leaving the team as the 2017-2018 competitive season begins.
ANALYSIS
Since joining Fnatic in April, QO's results have been extremely poor. That old Fnatic roster struggled immensely even against regional competition. Their qualification for The International 7 came as a surprise, but once in Seattle they didn't make it far. Fnatic was one of the two teams eliminated during the group stages, never even getting a chance to play in Key Arena. QO has made no announcement of a new team.
Eliminated from TI7 with a final loss
August 6, 2017
QO was knocked around as Fnatic was swept 2-0 by Evil Geniuses in the group stages of The International 7. QO finished the series with a 4/15/4 KDA.
ANALYSIS
After a series of disappointing matchups, Fnatic's run at TI7 culminated with one final sweep at the hands of EG. Neither QO or anybody from Fnatic could match with EG as Fnatic was stomped in quick fashion. QO led his team in deaths and put the skill level between himself and a player like Universe on display. Fnatic has a lot of growth to do before being able to compete on a stage like TI.
Can't handle LGD
August 2, 2017
QO did not seem ready as Fnatic was swept 2-0 by LGD Gaming in the group stages of The International 7. QO finished the series with a 6/12/9 KDA.
ANALYSIS
One of the two teams in this series came out inspired and one came out timid. Playing scared and overwhelmed doesn't usually bode well, and that proved true as Fnatic was the victim of a beatdown. Fnatic worked hard to make it to TI and will need to avenge this loss in a substantial way if they want to prove them belong.
Struggles in the middle lane for Fnatic
August 2, 2017
QO finished with an overall KDA of 8/10/11 in Fnatic's 0-2 loss to Team Liquid in the group stages of The International 7.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 QO played Queen of Pain. He had a rough game against the massive Liquid burst damage potential. Although Blink did give him some mobility, it wasn't nearly enough to keep up with Liquid. QO finished with a 1/4/3 KDA in a quick 23-minute loss. In Game 2 QO played Ember Spirit. This was a brutal game for QO. His Flame Guard wasn't nearly enough to protect him from the insane magical burst from Mircale's Zeus, and QO quickly found himself on the back foot. He ended up finishing the game with a 7/6/8 KDA.
Severely contained by his opponents
June 28, 2017
Qo was heavily contained by TNC in their match for a slot at The International 7. The explosive mid laner was limited to a KDA of 3/8/4.
ANALYSIS
Qo was on the Outworld Devourer on the lone match. TNC constantly sent heroes to gank him in the mid lane as his laning stage went terribly. He died multiple times and was often relegated to the bottom of his team's net-worth chart. Qo did an admirable effort catching up, as he still managed to grab a Hand of Midas, but it was all for naught as TBC were already too far ahead.
Struggling with ragtag team
February 7, 2017
QO finished WanteD's 2-0 defeat at the hands of Digital Chaos during the Dota Asia Championships North American Qualifier with a final KDA of 8/16/12.
ANALYSIS
QO played Lone Druid in Game 1. Already saddled with a wonky lineup due to a jungling Pudge, QO's middle-lane Lone Druid didn't do much to help. He suffered heavily against w33's aggressive Queen of Pain and was almost ready to become an effective fighter when the game ended. In Game 2, WanteD went for broke by drafting a Phantom Lancer and Shadowfiend, with QO to play the latter. Faring a little better this time around, QO was still no match for w33's Ember Spirit. With little lane assistance from his supports or offlaner, QO was helpless to stop the snowballing Digital Chaos from rolling him over.
Bears the brunt of compLexity's wrath
February 6, 2017
QO finished WanteD's 2-0 defeat at the hands of compLexity during the Dota Asia Championships North American Regional Qualifier with a final KDA of 12/17/13.
ANALYSIS
QO played Storm Spirit in Game 1 in the middle lane. Though he had a fairly successful early game, he was plagued by Moo's Weaver. Chasing him about the map with his Orchid Malevolence, Moo killed QO a total of four times by the end of the game. Despite being plagued by Moo, QO couldn't find any success in large engagements either. compLexity's lineup stayed close together and was well prepared to delete QO with an array of chain stuns. In Game 2, QO played Juggernaut in the middle lane, where he was completely outplayed by canceL's Tinker. Already at a severe disadvantage due to the range disparity between the middle lane heroes, QO worked himself into a hole early by feeding four kills in 15 minutes. Things never picked up for QO as canceL took off, racking up 16 kills and zero deaths, to put WanteD out of their misery.
Starts off NA Dota career with win over Digital Chaos
February 3, 2017
QO looked solid, but less flashy than his days in MVP Phoenix in a 2-1 WanteD win over Digital Chaos in the DAC 2017 regional qualifiers. QO finished with an overall KDA of 16/14/27.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 QO played Outworld Devourer in the Radiant middle lane. The game started out well for QO and the rest of WanteD, but DC's Meepo eventually overwhelmed them. QO dealt a lot of damage in fights, but DC's multiple saves and natural durability made it much too difficult for QO to get anything done. He finished with a 4/8/9 KDA. In Game 2 QO played Ember Spirit in the Dire middle lane. Ember Spirit has long been one of QO's best heroes, and the new magic-damage build seems to suit him well as a player. He was constantly moving around the map and in fights, locking down DC heroes and doing constant burn damage. QO finished with an 8/4/21 KDA. In Game 3 QO played Outworld Devourer again. He had a much better time in this game without a w33 Meepo to contend with. QO was able to dish out a lot of damage for his team in fights, while staying alive through most of them. He finished the game with a 4/2/7 KDA.
Early exit from the Boston Major
December 8, 2016
QO was too wild for MVP.Phoenix's sake as they bow out of the Boston Major against OG. The unorthodox mid finished with a KDA of 8/9/16.
ANALYSIS
QO, the man known for caveman doto, and the rest of MVP.Phoenix said goodbye at the Boston Major thanks to some forgettable performances. He kicked off the series with a Sniper in Game 1. While he did have the highest gold per minute (403) and hero damage (20,800) for his team, he lacked the oomph he is usually known for. He couldn't set the pace of the game with the Sniper pick and MVP.Phoenix struggled because of it. QO died too early in the teamfights and was forced to pick up a 23-minute Black King Bar which stifled his damage output in the long run. In the next game, QO found more success with the Weaver. He kept OG on their toes with his timely pick-offs even killing Ana's Invoker twice. But in the big clashes, QO was burst down too easily, and that doomed his squad.
Slow start turns into strong play
December 6, 2016
QO's performances got stronger as the series played out against Team NP. While he showed up late, the team's early loss ultimately turned into a 1-2 series. He ended the battle with a combined 19/13/21 KDA, with the majority of those deaths from the first game.
ANALYSIS
QO had a rough start to MVP Phoenix's match against Team NP. In Game 1, hoping to counter EternaLEnVy's Mirana, he decided to take Phantom Assassin as the game's last pick. Unfortunately, they had practically opposite KDA's, with QO at 2/7/2. While his performance wasn't strong, he was hoping to build off of his team-leading 8,400 hero damage. He was in fact, able to carry over that small amount of momentum and snowball it into a 5/1/9 Sniper in Game 2. He led the game's hero damage in the 22-minute shutdown. They ended up sending the series to Game 3 and had a kill score of 24-5. It was apparent QO wanted to win. Playing Slark in the middle lane, he was an absolute monster. With a 12/5/10 KDA, he and FoREv's Bristleback were the team's carries. Unfortunately, some weight is too heavy and they lost a game that was practically theirs. After leading for 48 minutes, Team NP got some key kills and took Game 3. MVP Phoenix got fourth place in Group B and will go on to face OG.