ADD
Kang Geon-mo 
South Korea
MVP
Series-high death total
August 9, 2018
ADD finished Thursday's 2-0 loss to KT with a 1/6/3 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
ADD ended Game 1 with a 1/2/2 KDA as Camille. He was involved in three of seven kills, ending the game with the team-low assist total and second-lowest kill total. In Game 2, ADD used Gnar and earned a 0/4/1 KDA. He was involved in one of two kills, tying for the second-highest assist total in the final game. ADD was involved in a team-low four of nine kills, dying a team-high six times.
Leads MVP in kills during lopsided loss
July 12, 2018
ADD finished Thursday's sweep to KZ with a 3/6/2 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
ADD ended Game 1 with a 1/4/2 KDA as Darius. He was involved in three of five kills, ending tied for the team's second-highest kill total. In Game 2, ADD used Camille and earned a 2/2/0 KDA. He picked up both MVP kills in the game as KZ closed out the sweep. ADD was involved in five of seven kills in the series, leading MVP with three kills.
Struggles to make an impact
June 29, 2018
ADD had a muddled performance in MVP's 2-0 sweep at the hands of the Afreeca Freecs on Friday, finishing with a 1/6/2 KDA.
ANALYSIS
This is a series that ADD will surely want to forget. When he was unable to capitalize on a lead in the top lane after he and Yondu abused Kiin for two early kills, it was curtains for ADD. His Kled was simply average in Game 1 and his Camille was incredibly forgettable in Game 2. ADD did little more than feed relentlessly in the second game of the series. MVP needs to rethink their gameplans in a hurry or risk completely getting left behind this split.
Not much to do
March 23, 2018
ADD finished MVP's 2-0 loss to SKT with a 1/5/2 total KDA.
ANALYSIS
ADD ended Game 1 with a 0/1/2 KDA as Cho'Gath. He was involved in both of his team's kills, tying for the team-high assist total with two. In Game 2, ADD used Gangplank and earned a 1/4/0 KDA. He picked up one of his side's four kills, but tied for the team-high death total with four deaths as SKT closed out the series. ADD had the second-highest death total in the series, but did tie for the second-highest kill total with only one kill.
Lowest involvement on team
March 14, 2018
ADD finished Wednesday's 2-1 win over KDM with a 6/5/17 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
ADD ended Game 1 with a 1/2/4 KDA as Cho'Gath. He was involved in five of ten kills, ending with the lowest assist total while picking up one kill. In Game 2, ADD used Ornn and finished with a 2/2/6 KDA. He was involved in eight of 10 kills, ending with the third-highest assist total and second-highest kill total. For Game 3, ADD used Gangplank and earned a 3/1/7 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 11 kills, tying for the second-highest kill and assist totals.
One kill during series sweep
January 30, 2018
ADD finished Tuesday's loss to KSV with a 1/5/5 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
ADD used Camille in Game 1 to end with a 1/3/2 KDA. He was involved in three of five kills, picking up his lone kill of the series while tying for the team's second-highest assist total with two. In Game 2, ADD played Poppy and finished with a 0/2/3 KDA. He was involved in a third of his team's kills, earning the third-highest assist total on the team.
Little impact in one-sided loss
January 24, 2018
ADD finished Wednesday's sweep to JAG with a 1/5/2 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
ADD ended Game 1 with a 1/1/0 KDA as Sion. He was involved in one of his team's five kills, picking up his lone kill in the series in Game 1. In Game 2, ADD finished with a 0/4/2 KDA as Gnar. He was involved in two of five kills, but tied for the lowest assist total in the game with only two assists. ADD struggled in the series and finished tied for the second-most deaths.
Split-pushes his way to an early defeat
January 18, 2018
ADD earned himself a mere 0/6/7 KDA during MVP's defeat against Kongdoo Monster.
ANALYSIS
Season 8 was hyped up to be the season of split-pushers, as the new Kleptomancy rune gave new life to champions like Gangplank, Illaoi, and even Fiora. ADD's experience against MVP proves that the contrary may be true, however, as he took both Gangplank and Illaoi into the top lane, and found himself smashed each time. Seeing as those two champions are currently seen as the premier top laners in the Korean solo queue metagame, the fact that ADD had next to no impact on the series outside of farming harder than his opposite number brings into question his own abilities, which seem to have been in decline ever since the end of spring 2017.
Scrappy and effective
July 24, 2017
ADD had a nice performance against Samsung on Friday by going 5/9/13 in the team's win.
ANALYSIS
Although his lane opponent was a bit more efficient with his life, the true measure of ADD's play was the moves he made in the games' most important moments. In Games 1 and 3, he played Jarvan IV and did not win lane in either, but in teamfights his Cataclysms were on point. Even when they did not result in kills, they caused the juicy carry targets to retreat and allowed his own to land free damage. In Game 2, he team fought well on Gnar, but it was his teammates not following up with their end of the wombo combo that caused MVP to lose the match.
No problems in the top lane
June 29, 2017
ADD finished MVP's sweep of bbq with a 7/1/3 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
ADD used Rumble in Game 1 to finish with a 3/0/2 KDA. He was unkillable, but only involved in 50 percent of MVP's Game 1 kills. In Game 2, ADD played Renekton, earning a 4/1/1 KDA. He was killed once, but was involved in 50 percent of his team's kills and led MVP in Game 2 kills with four. Despite finishing the series with only 50 percent kill participation, ADD did more than enough to help MVP take a clean sweep over bbq.
Zero map awareness in loss
June 17, 2017
ADD stumbled his way to a 3/9/1 KDA in MVP's sweep at the hands of Longzhu Gaming on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
ADD, much like the rest of his team, looked incredibly lost in both games of this series. With no one else on his team able to be a reliable carry, his reliance on tank champions is becoming a real hinderance to his team's chances. Even when he picked a champion like Jayce in Game 1, he was never able to really make much of a difference. When compared to Khan's performance on Jayce in Game 2, ADD looks especially weak. In addition to his limited champion pool, his overall map awareness in the series was subpar and led to many unnecessary deaths, especially in Game 2. He tried to roam and get some picks across the map, but more often than not he was just easily picked off.
Unable to carry from top lane
June 14, 2017
ADD ended MVP's sweep to SKT with a 1/7/8 KDA in two games as Jarvan IV.
ANALYSIS
ADD ended Game 1 with a 1/3/5 KDA. He got off to a good start, picking up three assists in the first eight minutes after helping Beyond take out Huni three times. He fell off from there, however, managing only a lone kill and two more assists as SKT took over in the late game. In Game 2, ADD finished with a 0/4/3 KDA. He struggled again to get on the SKT backline with Cataclysm and managed only three assists as SKT controlled Game 2 from the start.
Ugly series against Samsung
June 8, 2017
ADD finished MVP's sweep to Samsung with a 1/9/3 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
ADD ended Game 1 with a 1/4/3 KDA as Rumble. He struggled to really get anything going, falling behind in lane and never really catching up. With MVP behind for most of the game, he couldn't change the momentum in his team's favor, even with decent placement of The Equalizer in teamfights. Game 2 was an ugly affair for ADD as he went 0/5/0 as Renekton. He fell behind again and this time truly did nothing as MVP were dominated.
Sejuani play leaves a lot to be desired
May 30, 2017
ADD ended MVP's 2-1 win over JAG with a 4/7/16 combined KDA in three game's as Sejuani.
ANALYSIS
Despite missing stuns and ultimates throughout the series, ADD's Sejuani was good enough to help MVP earn a 2-1 series win. Things did not look good after Game 1, where ADD finished with a 0/4/3 KDA. He improved in the final two games, going 3/2/5 in Game 2 and 1/1/8 in Game 3. His improvement throughout the series allowed MVP to win teamfights, as when he did land Sejuani's crowd-control abilities it was easy for MVP to follow up and pick up kills. ADD finished the series with his team's lowest kill and assist totals.
Lackluster teamfighting in loss to KT
April 11, 2017
ADD ended MVP's sweep to KT with a 1/10/15 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
ADD ended Game 1 with a 0/3/4 KDA as Nautilus. He picked up an assist on first blood, an assist picking off PawN in the mid game and two assists in the second teamfight of the game. Using Sion in Game 2, ADD finished with a 1/3/5 KDA. He picked up two assists during a mid game 3-vs-2 fight in the top lane and an assist in the fourth teamfight. ADD had two assists in the fifth teamfight and his lone kill came during the final teamfight of the game. Using Poppy in Game 3, ADD earned a 0/4/6 KDA. He picked up an assist in the first four teamfights of the game and two assists taking out Smeb twice in the mid game.
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