wang
Rouran Xu 
China
RPG
Top performer for RPG
August 29, 2017
Wang was the standout performer from RPG, showing some really great game knowledge and mechanics in the 1-1 against Hots Lady in the China HGC Phase 2.
ANALYSIS
Wang had a great Game 1 Anub'arak performance on the map Sky Temple. At roughly the nine-minute mark, Wang noticed that the enemy Greymane was alone in the bottom lane. Taking advantage of the shots tearing down Hots Lady's bottom Fort, Wang made an aggressive dive past the crumbling structure and onto the solo hero. With fast backup from Sa and Loktar, RPG netted their first kill of the game. Game 2 had Wang on Anub'arak again, this time on the map Infernal Shrines. At the seven-minute mark, Wang was able to use his Cocoon to force a fight despite the fact that Hots Lady did procure the Punisher. This allowed RPG to ignore the Punisher, who was currently beating their fort to shreds, and instead lop off the enemy Arthas' head. At the nine-minute mark, Wang made an extremely calculated play on top of his Infinity's (Chromie) Temporal Loop. Timing his Burrow Charge perfectly, Wang was able to stun lock the enemy Tracer just long enough that she could not escape the incoming damage.
Unkillable in split
July 31, 2017
wang could not be stopped in the 1-1 round robin match against Super Perfect Team in the HGC China Phase 2.
ANALYSIS
wang was on fire in the Game 1 Braxis Holdout match. Playing Anub'arak, wang used his stuns in perfect timing to pick up first and second blood, all within the first four minutes of the game. Opting for Locust Swarm at level 10, wang was breaking the meta while breaking his opponents. This talent allowed wang to survive through the enemy Malfurions Twilight Dream, Uther's Divine Storm, and Ragnaros' Sulfuras Smash at the 14-minute mark. With Super Perfect Team having a super hard time killing wang, Game 1 was in the bag. Game 2 had wang playing Chen into SPT's team who only featured one stun, a Dehaka Drag. This meant that Game 2 was wang's playground, as he leaped and bounded all over the map, harassing his opponents while drinking the good brew. With no short cooldown interrupts, wang was literally unkillable yet again, especially since he opted for the triple pandas at level 10. Despite wang's phenomenal performance, Game 2 ended in a loss.