xiye
Han-Wei Su 
China
WE
Tosses momentum back to TSM
October 12, 2017
xiye went 2/3/2 as Team WE fell to TSM on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
xiye's Syndra got off to a great start in this game, going 2/0/1 on WE's first three kills. Shortly after, however, he overstepped and gave a solo kill over to Bjergsen, TSM's first kill of the game. This seemed to give TSM, and Bjergsen specifically, all of the momentum moving forward, as they played around mid to get two kills and a Baron. This granted TSM the control it needed to take the game.
Carries WE to one-sided win
October 6, 2017
xiye ended Friday's win over Misfits with a 7/0/0 KDA as LeBlanc.
ANALYSIS
xiye hard carried in what was a pretty easy game for World Elite on Friday. He finished with seven of his team's nine kills, snowballing hard from an early stage to roll over Misfits. Xiye tied Ben for the team high kill participation as both players were involved in all but two of WE's nine kills in the game.
Smashes Kira during first match against Gambit
September 28, 2017
Xiye crushed Gambit Gaming during his first game at Worlds, earning himself a 10/2/8 KDA in the process.
ANALYSIS
Xiye proved himself to be the better of Kira, the CIS' young ace mid laner, by the end of World Elite's first game against Gambit Gaming. The game was an utter blood bath, as the final score of the 29-minute game was as high as many 60-minute games, and much of that was due to the war path that Xiye cut through Gambit with his Jayce. While Xiye is not, historically, known for his Jayce play, it seemed to matter little in this game, as he put both Kira and PvPStejos into the ground almost all on his own, and snowballed his lead hard enough that Gambit never really had any chance of victory. Anyone on Gambit's side who was tanky enough to withstand Xiye's onslaught fell prey to Mystic's Kog'Maw in what proved to be a lethal and effective duo that we'll likely see again in the future. Overall, Xiye couldn't have asked for a better game against Gambit, and his successes against the CIS representatives did much to make up for his blatant failures against Lyon Gaming earlier in the day.
Driving force in win
September 23, 2017
xiye put together a solid 6/1/5 KDA in WE's win against Lyon Gaming on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
xiye simply bided his time while on Corki throughout this game to keep WE afloat and primed for a breakthrough win. He had what was WE's only kill for the first 20 minutes of the game, as Lyon was superior in terms of teamfighting from start to finish. As the game progressed, however, he and Mystic started to take over. They destroyed Lyon in the last couple fights to finally push through Lyon and onto a 1-0 record in the play-in stage.
Big matchup in mid lane
August 26, 2017
xiye put up a gaudy 23/8/24 KDA in his team's loss to RNG in the semifinals of the LPL Summer Playoffs.
ANALYSIS
This was a series that came down to the mid lane in the end. He and Xiaohu traded game MVP awards back and forth across the series, with xiye starting off with a blistering 11/1/5 performance in Game 1. He then played two games of Corki and two games of Cassiopeia, going 2-2 across these fours games. While his Game 2 and four losses were fairly rough, he showed up in a big way in the final Game 5, finishing with a 6/1/7 KDA. It was just that Xiaohu managed to be even better in that final game, which gave RNG the narrow win.
Solo kills Zz1tai regularly despite loss
August 18, 2017
xiye finished WE's loss to Snake Esports on Thursday with a 7/3/10 KDA.
ANALYSIS
While xiye eventually lost complete control over his lane and this series as a whole, he managed to solo kill Zz1tai with regularity. He did it in Game 2 with his Cassiopeia while he was pretty much destroying the map and he even did it in Game 3 when his team was pretty much floundering. These solo kills pretty much didn't matter in the grand scheme of things, however. Once WE lost the Baron in Game 2 of the series, things were pretty much over. They seemed to forget how to execute their team compositions and lost every late-game fight that Snake used to easily get back into the game and complete the reverse sweep.
Simply does enough in mid lane
July 7, 2017
xiye put up a measured 3/3/3 KDA in WE's loss to Flash Wolves on Friday.
ANALYSIS
While xiye was on the popular Corki for this game, he didn't exactly dominate things in the mid lane. He tried to hold things down, but simply wasn't able to really do much to keep his team ahead. He did do some roaming throughout the game, and while he did pick up a couple kills from it, he simply couldn't do enough to truly stay ahead. Even his huge farm lead wasn't enough to really lock down Maple and give WE any kind of lead.
Falls behind early and never recovers
July 7, 2017
Xiye finished WE's loss to SKT with a 0/5/2 KDA as Galio.
ANALYSIS
Xiye had 100 percent kill participation, picking up an assist on both of WE's kills, but it was far from enough to help WE in any way. Xiye fell behind Faker early, resulting in an 80 CS deficit in the mid game. With SKT snowballing in every lane, Xiye could do little to help WE make up their deficit, dying a team-high five times.
Helps carry Team WE to sweep vs I May
June 24, 2017
xiye earned an impressive KDA of 11/3/10 in Team WE's 2-0 sweep over I May on Thursday in the LPL.
ANALYSIS
xiye had a solid Game 1 performance on Syndra, where he helped pin down/burst I May's squishy pick comp early on. While xiye wasn't the hard carry for Game 1, he nonetheless impressed with a 2/1/5 KDA in a 37-minute Game 1 win. xiye truly came into his own in Game 2 on LeBlanc, where he picked up several kills by being in the right place at the right time. Cleaning up the scraps from the rest of WE's insane initiation/crowd control, xiye picked up a 9/2/5 KDA in a 32-minute Game 2 stomp.
Assist heavy series not enough for WE
May 22, 2017
Xiye ended WE's 1-3 loss to G2 with a 9/11/30 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Xiye led WE in assists, but it wasn't enough to push the LPL champions past G2. He ended Game 1 with a 1/5/10 on his surprising Lucian pick and finished Game 2 with a 1/1/7 KDA as Taliyah. After falling down 0-2 to start the series, Xiye's best game came in Game 3 as he ended with a 3/2/11 KDA. He followed it up by being unable to carry as Fizz in Game 4, ending with a 4/3/2 KDA. Despite his high assist total, Xiye couldn't do enough to stop G2 from taking the series.
Supportive effort sees off GAM
May 19, 2017
xiye ended Sunday's win over GAM with a 1/1/8 KDA as Taliyah.
ANALYSIS
xiye picked up an assist during a 4-vs-4 fight in the mid game and roamed the map well to make plays. This helped WE snowball a lead and dominate 5-vs-5 situations throughout the game. xiye picked up six of his eight assists and his lone kill in the game's three teamfights, with his last assist coming by way of picking off Levi in the mid game.
Unimpressive Karma showing nets defeat at the hands of SKT
May 15, 2017
Xiye earned a 0/4/7 KDA on Karma in WE's defeat against SK Telecom on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
Picking Karma, Xiye aimed to help buff mystic's Caitlyn alongside his team's Lulu pick while simultaneously denying the additional shielding from SKT. The pick did not end up paying off in the end, with Xiye struggling to maintain his footing in lane against Faker's Orianna. As the game went on, he was able to keep his AD carry alive as intended, but unfortunately was unable to keep himself safe from the onslaught of SKT. This resulted in a quick gold swing, with the gold being dead even at 28 minutes, but a massive lead for the enemy team by 30 minutes. Once behind, Xiye had no ability to bring his team back into the game, allowing SKT to quickly run away with the lead and close things out in just 33 minutes.
Unable to carry WE to victory
May 15, 2017
Xiye ended WE's Friday loss to GAM with a 4/4/3 KDA as LeBlanc.
ANALYSIS
Xiye picked up two kills and two assists in teamfights, but struggled to truly carry Team WE as they dropped an upset loss to the Gigabyte Marines. He attempted to roam the map on the mobile LeBlanc, helping to set up a kill onto Optimus while picking up two kills on Archie and Optimus in the mid game. With his team behind, xiye really couldn't make a major impact in teamfights.
Distracts G2 in victory
May 12, 2017
xiye tallied a subdued 0/1/2 KDA in World Elite's win over G2 on the second day of MSI.
ANALYSIS
xiye, playing on Kassadin, had a very quiet showing here in G2's final game of the day. He was down in terms of CS from the start of the game, but he managed to still hold a full level lead in the early game. That lead continued into the mid game, when he picked up the first mid-lane turret. In the late game, he simply ate up the attention of G2 while his team started to pick apart the base. G2 sent two people to chase xiye around for some reason, which was a microcosm of G2's overall strategy in this game.
Quiet in loss to TSM
May 11, 2017
xiye went 1/0/3 in World Elite's loss to TSM on Day 1 of the Mid-Season Invitational.
ANALYSIS
xiye picked up Karma for this game to close out the first day of MSI, and it wasn't the greatest showing for him. For most of the game, he and Bjergsen simply stayed in the mid lane to farm. Most of the teamfights in the early going happened in the side lanes, so there wasn't much for them to really do here anyways. He did finally picked up a kill on Svenskeren in the late game, but it wasn't enough to really turn the tide at all.