Mouse
Chen Yu-Hao 
China
EDward Gaming
Falters in Game 2 against IG
August 21, 2017
Mouse earned a 2/2/2 KDA on Renekton in Game 2 against IG.
ANALYSIS
After being substituted in during Game 2 of the series against IG, Mouse had a lot of pressure to perform. Finding himself on Renekton, he cpuldn't find a meaningful lead for himself. Although he wasn't playing poorly, the rest of his team struggled to find an opening for themselves, meaning he fell further and further behind. After he fell behind, he opted to play safe, failing to get involved in teamfights. In doing so, he solidified his team's fate, allowing them to be dominated in the 29-minute defeat. Without any impact of his own, Mouse could not stop his team from losing the series 0-2.
Deathless in series sweep over DAN
August 13, 2017
Mouse earned a remarkable 16/0/15 KDA in EDG's swift 2-0 sweep this weekend.
ANALYSIS
Starting off on Jarvan, Mouse had an extremely strong performance, starting out by finding an early lead and never stopping. Building a sizable lead in lane, he had nothing stopping him from joining his team and securing multiple kills to snowball the rest of his team ahead. Able to dominate teamfights, he earned a perfect 9/0/10 KDA in Game 1 to bring his team a convincing victory. Game 2 went even better as he found himself on Renekton and once again had a flawless performance. After finding a lead in lane once again, he decimated the enemy team in skirmishes, shutting down any chance of a comeback for DAN. As a result, EDG was able to take a 27-minute victory, closing out the series 2-0.
Does his job in win over I May
August 6, 2017
Mouse finished EDG's sweep of I May on Saturday with a KDA of 1/5/15.
ANALYSIS
Mouse did a perfectly fine job in Game 1 on Renekton. He accounted for his team's only two deaths of the game due to some jungle focus, but was serviceable as a frontline for IBoy's Kog'Maw, which was all he needed to be. In Game 2, Mouse's Rumble racked up the assists, starting with an early Teleport to the bot lane to help EDG get three kills. From there his solid Equalizers netted him a KDA of 0/3/12.
Struggled initially, but excelled later on
July 24, 2017
Mouse posted a 3/2/6 KDA in EDward Gaming's 0-2 series loss to Suning Gaming on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Mouse played two games of Camille. He saw the tale of two games: Game 1 was very lackluster, while Game 2 was strong despite his team's loss. In Game 1, the EDG top laner couldn't make much of an impact, and he essentially was useless for the team. Game 2 saw the top laner do what he was expected, putting forth solid splitpush and duel potential. His team's loss in Game 2 wasn't his fault by any means, but his team poor macro hurt him anyway.
Dominates in series victory over JDG
July 20, 2017
Mouse earned a series KDA of 11/4/13 in EDG's 2-0 victory over JDG.
ANALYSIS
Playing carries in both games, Mouse had a strong performance that netted him a series victory over JDG. He started the series off on Renekton, quickly roaming and picking up kills for the rest of his team. After creating an impact, the rest of EDG had no problem capitalizing and forcing fights to snowball the game out of control. Although he only picked up a single kill in the victory, Mouse's early play was a large factor as to why his team was able to take the victory. Game 2 went even better, as Mouse found himself on Camille and absolutely dominated. After finding an extremely early lead, he was able to run over teamfights and pickup numerous kills for himself. Quickly earning a 10/3/3 KDA, he was able to bring his team a convincing Game 2 victory to close out the series sweep 2-0.
Facilitates near comeback against Samsung
July 6, 2017
Mouse earned a 3/5/3 KDA during EDG's loss to Samsung Galaxy.
ANALYSIS
EDG's loss to Samsung isn't a reflection of Mouse's performance. It is, in fact, far from it, as though Mouse has long been regarding as something of a joke in international competition, the joke was on Samsung this time, as Mouse very nearly managed to rally his team and earn a very improbable victory. The fact that he eventually failed to do so isn't a reflection on him, as he reliably initiated fight after fight for EDG, but was one-upped by his lane opponent, CuVee, who was simply on the higher-impact champion. Mouse's Renekton could never hope to have the same late-game impact as a Gnar, and the game largely played out just the way the script would lead one to believe. Mouse made plays happen for his team in the mid game, but nothing he could ever do would compare to the five-man Gnar ults that CuVee put out on the regular. EDG might have lost this game, but Mouse's performance was strong enough that he can no longer be considered the weak point of EDG, which is an excellent thing for the team moving forward through Rift Rivals.
Shows up big in final game of the series
April 28, 2017
Mouse earned a 2/0/8 KDA on Fizz in EDG's Game 5 victory over OMG.
ANALYSIS
After his team was put into a compromising position in their series against OMG, Mouse stepped in to bring his team a final victory to secure EDG's 3-2 series victory. Picking Fizz, he was able to pop off on the champion from the very start of the game, proving not only why the champion is highly contested, but also his ability to perform when it comes to a clutch situation. After finding an early lead in the game, he was able to move effortlessly with his team to decimate the enemy team in every stage of the game. His impressive performance allowed his team to take a convincing victory, closing out the series 3-2.
Inconsistent in loss
April 22, 2017
Mouse ended with an overall 4/14/11 KDA as EDG lost to RNG on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Mouse started out Game 1 on Gragas with a quick assist on first blood. Unfortunately, this was very nearly the extent of his impact in the game. He grabbed a sole kill with the help of a gank, but couldn't manage to do anything with it as RNG snowballed to a win. Sticking with Gragas for Game 2, Mouse looked much better. His Flash engages consistently netted picks for his team, and helped them to end the game in under 32 minutes. On Gragas once again in Game 3, Mouse managed to barely grab a kill as he was killed in a gank early on. He continued to play well as the game went on, with the exception of being caught once in the enemy jungle, but his team seemed to be perpetually dying around him, leaving him with no way to prevent a loss. Finally, Mouse went with Nautilus in Game 4, and was repeatedly caught out in the early-to-mid game. His assist on first blood was all he got as he went 0/6/1, giving the series to RNG.
Does just enough in top lane for win
April 20, 2017
Mouse posted a 12/8/20 KDA in EDward Gaming's 3-0 sweep of Newbee in the quarterfinals of the LPL Spring Playoffs.
ANALYSIS
Mouse didn't have an overly impactful showing in Game 1 on Gragas, but what he did was quietly control the top lane from start to finish. He got the first-tower gold to put his team up 3,000 gold and it was all history from there. There was nothing at all that V could do to stop Mouse, which led to EDG's Game 1 win. Mouse chose Kennen in Game 2 and got off to a rough start. He was taken down for first blood, but then quickly bounced back during a 3-for-0 teamfight. While became quite the terror in the top lane, he did have a late death that allowed Newbee to take a Baron and get back into the game. Luckily they were able to overcome this to take the game and a 2-0 lead. Mouse was on Kennen again for Game 3 and was once again very strong with the champion. He got an early kill for a nice lead in the early game, but he mainly existed to set up his teammates for kills. He used Kennen's ultimate to lock down members of Newbee and give his team easy advantages in teamfights for the win.
Stellar Gragas in series win
April 17, 2017
Mouse posted a 17/7/18 KDA in EDward Gaming's 2-1 victory against QG Reapers on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Mouse started off the series with a solid 6/1/9 KDA performance on Gragas. An early teleport play earned Mouse a kill and assist. He got caught off guard by a four man gank in top lane that cost him his life, but it was his only death of Game 1. Mouse had some good Explosive Casks throughout Game 1, including one that earned him a triple kill. EDG were dominant in the second half as they took an early lead in the series. In Game 2, Mouse had a rough early game and wasn't able to turn it around later. He made solid contributions to teamfights as he carried EDG in damage dealt to champions but only had a measly 3/6/6 KDA to show for it. Mouse returned to Gragas in Game 3 and had another solid performance on his way to a 8/0/3 KDA. He maintained superb map presence and was always in teamfights for EDG as he finished with 100 percent kill participation. EDG dominated the second half of Game 3 as it closed out the Spring Split with a victory.
Provides plenty of support from the top lane
April 15, 2017
Mouse finished Friday's sweep of VG with a 3/3/11 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Mouse ended Game 1 with a 1/1/6 KDA as Gragas. He picked up an assist during a 2-vs-2 in the top lane and an assist during a four-man dive onto Easyhoon. His lone kill and an assist came in the first teamfight, while his three assists in the final teamfight closed out Game 1. In Game 2, Mouse finished with a 2/2/5 KDA as Rumble. He had a kill and an assist during a 2-vs-4 fight in the top lane and a kill in the first teamfight. An assist in the second teamfight and three assists in the final teamfight closed out the sweep.
Struggled in teamfights late as EDG lose series
March 25, 2017
Mouse posted a 7/5/20 KDA when EDG lost in 3 games to I May on Friday.
ANALYSIS
Mouse started off the series with a great performance on Shen as he finished with a 6/1/3 KDA and a 86 percent kill participation. He made good use of Stand United early and often as EDG dominated I May. Mouse's only death came as a sacrifice to buy time for his teammates to secure a Baron kill. However, mouse found less success on Gragas in the final games of the series. In Game 2, mouse struggled through laning phase as I May's jungler ganked early but roaming throughout the mid game made up for it as he raked up 6 assists. However, mouse couldn't stop I May from forcing a Game 3. Mouse fell behind in CS, forcing him to stay in lane while I May gained pressure on the rest of the Rift. When mouse finally did join battles there was little he could do to stop I May from diving on EDG's carries. EDG got smashed in Game 3 as Mouse's 1/1/1 KDA was good for 50 percent kill participation.
Wins both games he plays on Friday
February 10, 2017
Mouse ended EDG's 2-1 series win over GT with a 8/5/15 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Subbing into the series in Game 2, Mouse used Jayce and ended with a 5/3/8 KDA. He picked up an assist on first blood and a double kill and an assist in the first teamfight of the game. He picked up a double kill and assist in the second teamfight and an assist in the third teamfight. A kill and two assists in the final teamfight helped EDG close out Game 2 and even the series. In Game 3, Mouse played Poppy and ended with a 3/2/7 KDA. He picked up a kill and an assist in the first teamfight of the game and an assist picking off Gimgoon in the mid game. Mouse managed an assist in the third, fourth, and fifth teamfights, and his second kill picking off Savoki in the late game. A kill and two assists in the final teamfight helped EDG close out the series win 2-1.
At home in the tank-top-lane meta
January 20, 2017
Mouse ended EDG's sweep of Vici Gaming with a 1/2/19 KDA in two games as Maokai.
ANALYSIS
Mouse used Maokai in Game 1 and ended with a 1/2/9 KDA. He used Teleport well early to pick up a kill in the bottom lane and picked up an assist on EDG's first kill. An assist in the first teamfight and three assists after EDG secured Baron in the mid game helped get his team out to a huge lead. Mouse picked up an assist in the third teamfight of the game and three assists in the final teamfight to help EDG take Game 1. Mouse was unkillable in Game 2 on Maokai, finishing with a 0/0/10 KDA. He picked up an assist in the second teamfight of the game and two assists in the third teamfight. An assist in the fourth teamfight, two assists in the fifth, and four assists in the final teamfight followed as EDG closed out the series. Mouse looks comfortable on tanks in the current meta.
Low impact against Impact in the top lane
December 12, 2016
Mouse finished the LPL's loss against the NALCS with a 1/4/2 KDA on Maokai.
ANALYSIS
Throughout much of the game against the NALCS, Mouse was unimpressive. After assisting Clearlove in picking up first blood, he began to struggle. Despite the early lead, he fell behind in CS and was forced to join his team for an early fight that went awry. In doing so, he secured the lead for the enemy team, doing nothing but dying after teleporting. Although he was able to pick up another assist shortly after, it came at the expense of two flashes while the enemy team found a turret on the other side of the map. As the game progressed and fights broke out, Mouse was unable to position himself favorably for his team, failing to protect his carries as NALCS ran away with the game. After just 29 minutes, the LPL was defeated with Mouse participating in only three kills during the game.