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Worst game of the year for Mineski offlane
March 5, 2018
iceiceice showed a rare bad day against Complexity at the Bucharest Major. The popular offlaner finished with a KDA of 4/7/8.
iceiceice started the game perfectly winning his laning match-up as Doom against Chessie's Visage. But after a failed Doom Ultimate gank against Viper in the mid lane, iceiceice's game collapsed. His progression was really hurt since he couldn't get kills and he only kept Devour at Level 1 for a good part of the game. iceiceice was even below Jabz's Naga Siren in terms of net worth, a very rare scenario for the Singaporean.
Rough series but a win in the end
February 3, 2018
iceiceice had a tough series, but pulled through in a 2-1 win over Empire at the fourth Starladder Invitational. He finished with an overall KDA of 1/15/39.
In Game 1 iceiceice played Nyx Assassin offlane. He had a rough start to the game, but more than made up for it with the space he created in the mid and later stages of the game. iceiceice was a constant thorn in the side of Empire, constantly moving around the map and setting up kills. He finished with a 1/5/16 KDA. iceiceice had a terrible Game 2, on Dark Seer this time. After having a rough time in lane, iceiceice was left in an awkward position where he both needed to farm and help his team fight. With his focus split, iceiceice was never able to get the recovery gold and levels he needed to be effective enough in fights. He finished with a 0/6/8 KDA. In Game 3 iceiceice played Magnus. In addition to enabling Mushi's Tiny to deal ridiculous damage, iceiceice landed some very nice Reverse Polarities this game. Despite giving up a lot of deaths, iceiceice contributed a lot to Mineski's win. He finished with a 0/4/15 KDA.
Tough series for Mineski's offlane
February 2, 2018
iceiceice finished with a 7/16/36 overall KDA in a tough 1-2 loss to Newbee at the fourth Starladder Invitational.
iceiceice played a great Magnus in Game 1. With the setup from Jabz's Naga Siren, iceiceice was able to hit amazing Reverse Polarities that completely blew the game open for Mineski. He finished with a 4/4/18 KDA. iceiceice played Timbersaw in Game 2, but ended up facing down a scary amount of magical damage from Newbee. With one of Timbersaw's main strengths eliminated, iceiceice struggled immensely in fights. He finished with a 2/7/3 KDA. In Game 3 iceiceice played Tidehunter. He landed some good Ravages, but much like his teammate Mushi's Faceless Void, there was a huge weight resting on iceiceice's shoulders this game. The Mineski teamfight hinged so heavily on having powerful ultimates on hand that when one failed it cost them dearly. iceiceice finished with a 1/5/15 KDA.
Solid showing from Mineski's star offlane
January 23, 2018
Iceiceice provided a lot of intangibles for Mineski in their win over LFY in ESL One Genting. The popular offlaner finished with a KDA of 10/8/26.
Iceiceice played the opening game on Tiny. His early game was a bit spotty often being caught out of position and getting killed. He eventually bounced back though after his 21 minute Blink Dagger and initiated with deadly precision for Mineski. In Game 2, his Enchantress had a much easier early game. His decision to rush a Hood of Defiance made him a near impossible kill for LFY. Iceiceice was generally positioning himself between his team and his opponents which made a lot of plays happen for Mineski.
Plays a beautiful game
January 4, 2018
iceiceice was fantastic as Mineski defeated Team Secret in the Group Stages of Captain's Draft 4. iceiceice finished with a 3/7/21 KDA.
Chipping away at Secret through the first half of the game by picking off two players at a time, Mineski worked their way to a commanding position. iceiceice pushed the envelope with Tidehunter, leading his team with three towers and barracks destroyed each. Mineski moved to a commanding 2-0 record with the victory and look primed to make more noise in the next round.
Takes to the skies in win against Vici
January 4, 2018
iceiceice finished with a 6/5/14 KDA against Vici Gaming at Captain's Draft 4.
iceiceice played his signature core Visage to kick off Captain's Draft 4 for Mineski. As one of the few remaining core Visage players, iceiceice gave an excellent showing of just how strong this hero can be in the right hands. His disables were insanely effective, and he offered some extra burst damage that gave Mineski the slight edge they needed in fights.
Perfect World Minor run shut down
November 23, 2017
iceiceice had a mediocre game against compLexity. He finished with a 3/2/3 KDA. Mineski is eliminated from the Perfect World Minor, finishing in 7th-8th place.
Although iceiceice managed to keep his deaths respectably low, he was never able to connect with a good enough Ravage to secure Mineski a fight. Once compLexity's core heroes got their magic immunity, iceiceice was rendered nearly worthless.
First LAN victory since 2015
October 22, 2017
iceiceice finished with an overall KDA of 18/3/15 in Mineski's 2-0 win over LGD Gaming in the grand finals of the PGL Bucharest Minor.
In Game 1 iceiceice played Monkey King. This was another dominant game for iceiceice, who continues to play extremely well at PGL Bucharest. He got extremely farmed early on, and dominated fights with the damage from Wukong's Command. LGD were simply unable to enter the Monkey King's domain, and iceiceice finished with an 8/2/8 KDA. In Game 2 iceiceice played Broodmother. LGD thought they could handle iceiceice by banning his Monkey King, but this game was worse. iceiceice had free reign of the map after putting up with some annoying lane swaps in the first five minutes. Despite this, he was able to find farm and quickly became a huge threat that LGD had no good answer to. He finished with a 10/1/7 KDA.
Annoying and effective in both games vs Evil Geniuses
October 20, 2017
iceiceice finished with an overall KDA of 10/5/44 in Mineski's 2-0 win over Evil Geniuses in the group stages of the PGL Bucharest Minor.
In Game 1 iceiceice played Monkey King. He crushed EG in this game, putting on one of the most impressive Monkey King performances of the patch. After winning his lane, iceiceice was a constant threat and a major problem for EG. He dealt huge damage in fights while being very difficult to pin down. He finished with a 4/3/16 KDA. In Game 2 iceiceice played Night Stalker. He played a similar role in this game as he did in Game 1. After getting off to a decent start in lane, iceiceice started to move around the map and set up kills for Mineski. Even in the late game, the control from his Crippling Fear silence was a critical part of Mineski's win. He finished with a 6/2/28 KDA.
Shows off his versatility
October 20, 2017
iceiceice was a force to be reckoned with in Mineski's match against Natus Vincere at the PGL Minor. The flashy off laner finished with a KDA of 12/12/32.
He kicked off the series with an unorthodox Razor pick. The odd hero worked wonders for them as he came online very early. He rushed a 13-minute Blade Mail and Navi were hard pressed to deal with him because of it. In Game 2, his Brewmaster was far from his usual production. He got greedy and rushed a 24-minute Radiance, so his initiation lacked. His team needed him to rotate more and iceiceice wasn't there. iceiceice went with his niche pick Visage in the final game. His micro skills were on full display as he made his presence felt across the map.
Flashback to Faceless after Mineski loses their first match against international competition
October 12, 2017
iceiceice finished with an overall KDA of 10/9/4 in Mineski's 0-2 loss to Team Liquid at the Starladder iLeague Minor.
In Game 1 iceiceice played Broodmother. He started the game out with a bang, amassing a huge early net-worth lead and dominating Liquid in skirmishes. iceiceice's downfall came when Mineski tried to high ground Liquid as five, and were repelled. As his solo killing potential fell off, so too did Mineski's chances at this game. He finished with a 7/5/4 KDA. In Game 2 iceiceice played Enchantress. He was the only player on Mineski to have a decent lane, but this wasn't enough to make up for their other two lanes losing. iceiceice did some pretty decent damage, especially to Liquid's towers, but couldn't hold back the onslaught. He finished with a 3/4/0 KDA.
Finds a new home in Mineski
August 16, 2017
A tweet by Mineski's manager has confirmed that iceiceice will be joining the team for the upcoming season.
After Faceless failed to qualify for The International 7 and disbanded, iceiceice was seen subbing for Mineski in the WCA 2017 APAC Qualifier. This seems to have been a permanent move now that iceiceice is officially a part of the roster. This new Mineski roster features not only iceiceice, but also Mushi, making it one of the most star-studded rosters to ever emerge from the region.
Great performance in a huge upset win over OG
May 27, 2017
iceiceice went all out in every game of Faceless' 2-1 win over OG at the Manila Masters. He finished with an overall KDA of 26/19/49.
iceiceice played Clockwerk in Game 1. He played his roll decently, but a combination of his teammates lacking damage and iceiceice not building any himself left Faceless in dire straits. iceiceice's Hookshots eventually turned into suicide as OG's lead continued to grow. iceiceice finished with an 8/9/9 KDA. In Game 2 iceiceice played Night Stalker. He had much more success than in Game 1. He was given a much better lane thanks to his teammates very active early game, and he put a lot of pressure onto N0tail's Lycan during this time. As the game went on, he turned into an extremely powerful initiator and brawler that presented a major issue for OG. He finished with a 6/3/14. In Game 3 iceiceice played Bristleback. iceiceice was an incredible problem for OG all game. He dominated his lane, which set N0tail's Faceless Void back very far. In fights, iceiceice was a constant source of damage while soaking up OG's spells with his bristly back. He finished the game with a 12/7/26 KDA.
Weak showing from Faceless' iconic off laner
May 19, 2017
iceiceice played poorly in Faceless' 0-2 loss to Liquid at the second StarLadder Invitational. He finished with a 2/5/8 overall KDA.
In Game 1 iceiceice played Abaddon. This was an extremely unimpressive performance from iceiceice's Abaddon. He didn't have any major discernable impact on the game once Faceless fell behind, as he was forced to go for a Blademail instead of an item to let him do damage or enhance his teammates. He finished the game with a 1/2/2 KDA. In Game 2 iceiceice played Magnus. He had another underwhelming game. He chose to go for Helm of the Dominator instead of rushing a Blink Dagger, a mistake that proved extremely costly. Faceless got absolutely run over in fights, and iceiceice was almost completely ineffective with his Reverse Polarities. He finished the game with a 1/3/6 KDA.
Just another day at the office for the Singaporean star
April 28, 2017
Off-lane icon iceiceice had yet another remarkable series for Team Faceless against TNC Pro Team in the Kiev Major. The Singaporean star finished with a KDA of 6/9/39.
Iceiceice went with Abaddon in the series opener. Early on, he was already giving TNC's supports a lot of trouble as he made the off lane his safe lane. His farm was impressive as he ended the game with 465 gold per minute while only dying once. Game 2 was iceiceice's worst performance of the series. He picked up a late 13-minute Hand of Midas on his Omniknight, and this hampered his effectiveness. In the final game, iceiceice showed his extreme understanding of Nyx Assassin. While his early game wasn't the best, he kept doing what he does best as he constantly made space for his team with his delaying tactics.
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