Ian
An Jun-Hyeong 
South Korea
MVP
100 percent kill participation during loss
July 12, 2018
Ian finished Thursday's sweep to KZ with a 2/5/5 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Ian ended Game 1 with a 2/4/3 KDA as Swain. He was involved in all five kills, leading MVP with two kills and three assists in the opening game. In Game 2, Ian played Syndra and earned a 0/1/2 KDA. He was involved in both MVP kills, leading the team with two assists. Ian was involved in 100 percent of MVP's kills, leading MVP with five assists.
Does what he can in mid lane
June 29, 2018
Ian put up a 1/4/1 KDA in MVP's 2-0 stomping at the hands of the Afreeca Freecs on Friday.
ANALYSIS
Ian can hand his hat on tallying the only kill for MVP during Game 2, but that's not much to write home about. There was simply not much that this team could do at all as they struggled in every aspect, from laning to the macro game. While it's true that it's a bit hard to do much of anything when your team is getting torn apart, but this was still a hapless and poor showing from Ian. MVP look as worse as they have all season and there doesn't seem to be an end in sight.
Team-high kill total during one-sided loss
March 23, 2018
Ian finished MVP's 2-0 loss to SKT with a 3/2/1 total KDA.
ANALYSIS
Ian ended Game 1 with a 2/0/0 KDA as Vel'Koz. He picked up both of MVP's kills in Game 1, while giving away none of his team's six deaths. In Game 2, Ian used Corki and earned a 1/2/1 KDA. He was involved in two of four kills, tying for the team-high kill total as SKT closed out the sweep. Ian was the lone member of MVP to finish with more kills than deaths.
Solid if unspectacular
March 14, 2018
Ian finished Wednesday's 2-1 win over KDM with a 8/6/16 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Ian ended Game 1 with a 3/3/6 KDA as Azir. He was involved in nine of 10 kills, finishing with the second-highest kill and assist totals on the team. In Game 2, Ian used Syndra and earned a 2/1/4 KDA. He was involved in six of ten kills, tying for the second-highest kill total on the team. For the final game of the series, Ian used Karma and finished with a 3/2/6 KDA. He was involved in nine of 10 kills, finishing tied for the second-highest kill total and third-most assists as MVP took Game 3.
Plays both sides of Azir vs. Zoe matchup
January 30, 2018
Ian finished Tuesday's sweep to KSV with a 2/3/8 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Ian ended Game 1 with a 2/2/2 KDA as Azir. He was involved in four of five kills, tying for the team-high kill total and tying for the second-highest assist total on the team. In Game 2, Ian played Zoe and finished with a 0/1/6 KDA. He was involved in six of nine kills, tying for the team-high with six assists. Ian was outshined by Crown on both sides of the Azir vs. Zoe mid lane matchup.
Only dies once in lopsided series
January 24, 2018
Ian finished MVP's Wednesday loss to JAG with a 4/1/4 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Ian ended Game 1 with a 2/0/1 KDA as Azir. He was involved in three of five kills, leading MVP with two kills and giving away no deaths despite Jin Air finishing Game 1 with 14 kills. In Game 2, Ian used Taliyah to earn a 2/1/3 KDA. He was involved in all five of MVP's kills, finishing with the second-highest kill and assist totals in the game. Ian finished the series involved in 80 percent of his team's kills and gave away only one of MVP's 26 deaths in the series.
Lane control role
July 24, 2017
Ian had an efficient series in a win over Samsung by going 8/4/11 in KDA Friday.
ANALYSIS
Ian never got huge or hard carried a game against Samsung Galaxy, but he still did plenty within his role to win the series. He rarely overextended and never let his lane opponent get too many advantages. If he did not miss on one big play, the team could've swept SSG. He missed a key Orianna ult at the end of a wombo combo in Game 2 which led to Samsung taking Baron and building the lead that allowed it to take the game. In Game 3, he only managed two kills on Syndra, but his position, and the threat of using his ultimate, caused reluctance to pull the trigger by by SSG, which allowed the ADC to land a lot of free damage.
100 percent kill participation in Game 1
June 29, 2017
Ian earned a 4/1/10 combined KDA during Thursday's sweep of bbq.
ANALYSIS
Ian finished Game 1 with a 4/1/6 KDA as Viktor. He was involved in all 10 of MVP's Game 1 kills and finished the game with his team's highest kill total at four. In Game 2, Ian used Syndra to earn a 0/0/4 KDA. He was only involved in 40 percent of MVP's kills, but did enough to help his team close out a clean sweep over bbq.
Stolen Baron not even enough for victory
June 17, 2017
Ian tried his best to lead MVP to victory with a 4/5/2 KDA, but MVP were still swept by Longzhu on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Ian was the only ray of light for MVP in this series, and even then, it was an incredibly dim light. Despite being on one of the strongest champions on the current patch in Galio, he was never able to actually do much for his team. He never set up kills with his ultimate, and wasn't much of a tank for his team. While it's true that his team was losing almost from the very start, his lack of impact was still resounding. He was marginally better in Game 2, as he came up with more kills in that single game than the rest of his teammates did in the entire series. His biggest impact came with an improbable Baron steal, but even then, MVP wasn't able to do anything with it. Without a any sort of cohesion from this team, they were powerless to stop Longzhu from picking up the sweep.
Unable to compete with Faker
June 14, 2017
Ian ended MVP's sweep to SKT with a 1/6/5 KDA in two games as Orianna.
ANALYSIS
Ian ended Game 1 with a 0/3/1 KDA and Game 2 with a 1/3/4 KDA. He was beaten fairly easily in lane by Faker and never got to a point in either game where he was really a threat. Ian managed only one of MVP's 12 kills in the series, and his low assist total did little to help MVP's chances throughout the series.
Plays well in fairly one-sided loss
June 8, 2017
Ian ended MVP's 0-2 loss to Samsung with a 7/2/7 KDA in two games as Orianna.
ANALYSIS
Ian finished Game 1 with a 4/1/6 KDA. He had 100 percent kill participation, leading MVP in both kills and assists in the first game. Unfortunately he couldn't carry, despite playing well. It was a similar story in Game 2, as Ian ended with a 3/1/1 KDA. He was involved in all but one of his team's kills, but again couldn't carry his team to victory. Ian was the lone bright spot for MVP in this one-sided loss.
Supportive Karma pick pays off
May 30, 2017
Ian ended MVP's 2-1 win over JAG with a 7/8/23 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Ian struggled to take over from the mid lane in Game 1, ending with a 2/3/4 KDA as Taliyah. His inability to carry pushed him onto Karma for the final two game's allowing him to shine in a supportive role. He finished Game 2 with a 1/1/9 KDA and Game 3 with a 4/4/10 KDA as MVP rebounded to take the final two games of the series. His ability to enable teammates with his shielding allowed MaHa to carry the series. Ian finished with his team's second highest assist total.
Struggles to pick up kills
April 11, 2017
Ian ended MVP's playoff loss to KT with a 6/6/14 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Ian ended Game 1 with a 1/2/4 KDA as LeBlanc. He picked up three assists during an early game skirmish in the mid lane, his lone kill picking off Deft in the mid game and an assist in the second teamfight. Using LeBlanc again in Game 2, Ian finished with a 2/2/6 KDA. He picked up a kill during an early 4-vs-3 fight in the bottom lane and a kill and an assist during a mid game 3-vs-2 fight top lane. He had an assist in the first teamfight, an assist picking off Mata in the mid game and two assists in the fifth teamfight. In Game 3, Ian used Orianna to earn a 3/2/4 KDA. He picked up an assist on first blood and a kill in the first teamfight. He had a kill and an assist in the second and fourth teamfights, and an assist in the third teamfight as KT took the final game of the series.
Delayed pentakill highlights excellent series
April 7, 2017
Ian ended MVP's sweep of Afreeca with a 10/6/16 KDA in two games as Syndra.
ANALYSIS
Ian ended Game 1 with a 8/2/6 KDA. He picked up an assist in the mid game picking off TusiN and two assists in the first teamfight. Ian came alive late in the game, picking up a kill in the second and fifth teamfights and a kill and three assists in the sixth teamfight. His unofficial pentakill in the prolonged final teamfight of the game closed out Game 1. In Game 2, Ian finished with a 2/4/10 KDA. He grabbed an assist on first blood and an assist in the first teamfight of the game before picking off Kuro and Spirit for an assist and a kill in the mid game. He picked up three assists in the third teamfight, a kill and an assist in the fourth teamfight, and three assists in the final teamfight to end the series.
Tries to keep team in the late game of showdown with SKT
April 2, 2017
Ian went 5/11/2 in MVP's loss to SKT on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Ian had an extremely rough series against SKT on Saturday. His Game 1 was one of the worst series seen in some time, as part of Peanut's success came from picking off Ian time and again. The MVP mid laner ended with a lackluster 1/7/2 KDA. He switched over to Ekko in Game 2 and had a much better showing. In fact, he was part of the reason that MVP even had any chance at all in this second game. He picked up the vast majority of his team's kills, securing four of the six kills they had in the game. His zero assists truly show what kind of game this was for all of MVP. There was nothing they could do to stop the onslaught that SKT put out from start to finish.
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