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Consistent as always
December 18, 2017
s4 finished OG's 2-1 victory over compLexity in the Wild Card Finals at The Summit 8 with an average KDA of 2/5/11.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1, s4 played the damage sponge as Abaddon, helping to protect Resolut1on and keep his carry from a single death. s4 finished with a 0/5/11 KDA. s4's Puck in Game 2 got off to a hot start but wasn't able to recoup the losses from the other lanes, finishing with a 2/7/4 KDA. In Game 3, s4 came through as Brewmaster, soaking up damage and controlling fights as N0tail was split pushing. S4 finished Game 2 with a 4/4/19 KDA.
Runs over compLexity
December 18, 2017
Resolut1on finished OG's 2-1 victory over compLexity in the Wild Card Finals at The Summit 8 with an average KDA of 11/2/5.
ANALYSIS
Resolut1on kept a clean sheet in Game 1 as he put compLexity away with ease on Anti-Mage, finishing with a 14/0/4 KDA. Game 2 was a wash as OG weren't able to contend, being picked apart by compLexity's superior lineup. Resolut1on finished with a 2/5/3 KDA. In Game 3, Resolut1on was back to form on Storm Spirit, managing to hold down 4v5 fights while N0tail was split pushing. Resolut1on finished with a 16/2/8 KDA.
Struggles in odd roles
December 18, 2017
N0tail looked a bit lost in OG's 2-1 victory over compLexity in the Wild Card Finals at The Summit 8, finished with an average KDA of 2/5/10.
ANALYSIS
N0tail played Dragon Knight in Game 1 with mediocre results, serving as mostly a damage sponge and tower siege weapon while Resolut1on did the rest. N0tail finished with a 1/3/12 KDA. In Game 2, N0tail was heavily targeted as Tiny managing very little and finished with a 1/11/6 KDA. In Game 3, N0tail found success as Broodmother, dealing 4.4k building damage en route to a win finishing with a 5/1/12 KDA.
Helps OG edge out compLexity
December 18, 2017
JerAx finished OG's 2-1 victory over compLexity during the Wild Card Finals at The Summit 8 with an average KDA of 2/4/13.
ANALYSIS
JerAx played Earth Spirit in Game 1, assisting Resolut1on's Anti-Mage in an off-lane tri-lane with Fly's Shadow Demon. JerAx helped secure the lane for his carry leading to a perfect game for Resolut1on. Jerax finished Game 1 with a final KDA of 3/3/12. Game 2 saw JerAx struggle on Tusk, after winning his dual lane with s4's Puck. OG was unable to enforce their presence on the map despite a bevy of mobile heroes. JerAx finished Game 2 with a final KDA of 1/7/7. JerAx returned to Earth Spirit in Game 3, where he helped win Resolut1on's lane once again, earning OG the series and finishing with a 2/2/21 KDA.
Joins Cloud 9 Academy
December 18, 2017
Keith has joined Cloud 9 Academy, the organization announced in a video on Monday.
ANALYSIS
With an extensive amount of competitive experience, Keith has returned to Cloud 9 after several years away from the organization, to join the Academy lineup. Most recently with Echo Fox, Keith did not have the best performances, resulting in him leaving the organization last month. Despite his less than impressive showing with Echo Fox, Keith has had numerous dominant performances, making him a surefire addition to the team. His mechanical skill coupled with his ability to make quick decisions will surely be an asset for the organization.
Joins TSM Academy
December 18, 2017
Shady has joined Team SoloMid to compete on the team's Academy lineup, the organization announced Sunday.
ANALYSIS
After an impressive showing during his rookie split on Phoenix1, Shady has found himself with a new team following Phoenix1's denial from the LCS. Joining TSM's Academy team, Shady will join MrRallez in making up the team's bottom lane. With several strong showings in the past, including beating out FlyQuest to take Third Place in the Summer Split of the LCS, Shady is sure to be a strong addition to the organization.
Signs with TSM Academy
December 18, 2017
MrRallez has joined Team SoloMid and will compete on the team's Academy lineup, the organization announced Sunday.
ANALYSIS
After spending the majority of his career in Europe among teams such as MeetYourMakers, ROCCAT, and Fnatic, MrRallez has continued his North American stint by remaining with Team SoloMid to play on the organization's academy team. After signing with the organization in July as a substitute, MrRallez will finally see play with the organization. His strong mechanical skill will be a strong addition to the team's academy lineup as he fights to claim a spot on the starting roster of the LCS team.
Signs with TSM Academy
December 18, 2017
Ablazeolive has joined Team SoloMid's Academy team, the organization announced Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Without much competitive experience at the challenger level, Ablazeolive is an outlier to the new TSM Academy lineup. Although he has proven his individual skill time and again with multiple impressive tournament showings, as well as in the challenger series itself, he does not have as much experience as the rest of the lineup. Despite this, the organization picked him during the NA Scouting Grounds as the seventh pick of the Draft. His impressive mechanical skill is sure to make a strong addition to the team's lineup.
Joins TSM's Academy team
December 18, 2017
Grig has signed with Team SoloMid to compete on the Academy team, the organization announced Sunday.
ANALYSIS
After playing under the Echo Fox organization for the better part of the last year, Grig has left the organization and signed with TSM to compete on the organizations Academy team. With strong performances in both the challenger scene as well as during his LCS debut with Echo Fox, his impressive individual skill will be a strong addition to the team's roster.
Joins TSM Academy
December 18, 2017
Brandini has joined Team SoloMid to compete on the team's Academy lineup, the organization announced Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Joining his former teammate Grig, Brandini has signed with TSM to compete on the organization's Academy team. After joining Phoenix1 and competing in several of the team's regular season games, Brandini didn't see any play during the team's promotion Tournament games. Following his time on Phoenix1, Brandini joined Echo Fox playing for the team's challenger series team as well as playing with the LCS lineup. With several strong showings in the LCS itself, Brandini is sure to make up a solid addition to the lineup due to his wealth of experience.
Joins eRa
December 18, 2017
PRPLXD will join eRa Eternity, the organization announced over the weekend.
ANALYSIS
PRPLXD's biggest rise to fame was with Rise Nation during the 2015 competitive season, although that marriage did not last as the young slayer left after just one month. After that, he played on Counter Logic Gaming for some time until moving to Zodiac, who he managed to place 41st-48th with at CWL Dallas. PRPLXD will come in to replace Havok, who was released from the team following a poor showing at the aforementioned opening LAN event of the season.
Free Agent
Announces free agency
December 18, 2017
Killa is a free agent following CWL Dallas, the veteran slayer announced over the weekend.
ANALYSIS
Killa is still working to regain the respect of many of the upper echelon of players, meaning it's unlikely he'll wind up on a major organization anytime soon. In the meantime, he'll continue to compete in online tournaments in an effort to maintain the status quo in Pro Points.
Doesn't go big
December 17, 2017
SiLLy falls limp against Luminosity Gaming in a narrow 3-2 loss to Luminosity Gaming at the Northern Showdown Championships.
ANALYSIS
SiLLy continued his role as a forward position but he struggled against the overwhelming force of Luminosity Gaming, like most would. While he was far from sacking his team, SiLLy didn't contribute anything major to his team. Largely, SiLLy was the firs tto engage in fights and the first to fall. In Round 1 Hardpoint, this was a boon for eUnited as SiLLy was able to harass Luminosity Gaming's lines. But in later rounds, like Round 2 and Round 5 Search & Destroy, SiLLy's lack of consistent slaying hurt eUnited's chances at finding favorable fight.
Finds some victories in a loss
December 17, 2017
Prestinni clutches some difficult fights in a narrow 3-2 loss to Luminosity Gaming at the Northern Showdown Championships.
ANALYSIS
Prestinni was on fire this series despite the loss. Coordinating well with his teammates, Prestinni made some narrow plays that nearly propelled his team to victory. In Round 1 Hardpoint on Ardennes Forest, Prestinni dropped an impressive five killstreak that gave him the Fighter Plane Scoresteak. He used this Scorestreak to effectively clear out the second Ruin hill with a triple kill. That simple set of kills handed eUnited complete control of the map where they were able to snowball off of the second Ruin and the second Bunker with near perfect holds. Meanwhile, Round 3 Capture the Flag saw Prestinni make a well-coordinated flag capture in the first half of overtime thanks to a long, sneaky wrap.
Makes some questionable calls
December 17, 2017
Clayster overthinks the series in a 3-2 loss to Luminosity Gaming at the Northern Showdown Championships.
ANALYSIS
Clasyter had both good and bad ideas. To start, his most noticeable poor calls came in Round 5 Search & Destroy on Ardennes Forest. There, Clayster spread the rank of eUnited extremely thin for little reason. Every round Luminosity Gaming hit Bomb B but Clayster was almost always at Bomb A and in a position where he could give no support to his team, essentially giving Luminosity Gaming consistent 3-vs.-4 teamfights. However, Clayster was excellent in Round 3 Capture the Flag where he was able to stall out the game thanks to two coutner-captures. As soon as Clayster spawned in while Luminosity Gaming made a push, Clayster wisely went for Luminosity Gaming's flag, stalling the game while is team spawned in.