Broxah
Mads Brock-Pedersen 
United Kingdom
Fnatic
Rises to the occasion
October 13, 2017
Broxah had an impressive 5/2/3 KDA in FNC's win vs IMT on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
Broxah left much to be desired during FNC's 0-3 loss streak during Week 1. He responded by playing an aggressive flavor of the meta jungler, Rek'Sai. Instead of defaulting to the popular tank build he instead opted to build Enchantment: Warrior on his Trackers Knife. The extra attack damage paid dividends as it added more value to his support's Ardent Censer. However, his aggression was present before a single item was completed as he was able to take first blood in the mid lane before the game reached the five-minute mark. Additionally one of the most underrated plays of the game was his use of tremor sense in mid game. All five members of FNC were caught out of position, however, a clever decision to aggro the Krugs camp when running by provided tremors moving toward the IMT positions and FNC was able to carefully get to a safe place to back without losing a single member.
High death total in loss
October 12, 2017
Broxah finished Fnatic's Thursday loss to Longzhu with a 1/4/5 KDA as Rek'sai.
ANALYSIS
Broxah had an up-and-down game as Fnatic remained winless through their first game of Week 2. Broxah was involved in six of seven Fnatic kills, tying for the team-high assist total and highest kill participation. He also gave away four deaths, which was a game high, tied with Jesiz.
Early impact not enough to secure victory
October 6, 2017
Broxah earned a 2/1/3 KDA on Lee Sin during his team's defeat against Immortals.
ANALYSIS
Although Broxah was able to utilize his champion to great success during the majority of the game, he was ultimately unable to assist his team in securing victory. Although he facilitated early kills and started picking up numerous objectives, the end of the game was decided by a simple misplay. After his AD carry moved forward in an attempt to create a pick, Broxah had to stand by and watch as his hopes of winning the game were shattered. Though he was able to delay things, he could not bring his team back, resulting in Immortals taking the victory in 50 minutes.
Decent performance despite defeat
October 6, 2017
Broxah earned a 3/2/4 KDA on Elise throughout his team's defeat against GAM.
ANALYSIS
Throughout Fnatic's loss against GAM, Broxah tried his best and was able to create some semblance of a positive impact for his team, though it just wasn't enough. Although he picked up several early kills for his team, the hectic style of play did not favor him as he struggled to make his way across the map at the same speed as the enemy team. Picking up only a single dragon, his objective control was lacking due to the fast paced game. After losing Baron, he was unable to participate in his team's final teamfight after being focused down early. As a result, GAM took the victory in 24-minutes.
Deathless in series victroy over HKA
September 28, 2017
Broxah earned a series KDA of 4/0/34 throughout his team's 3-0 sweep over HKA on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
Throughout the entire series against HKA, Broxah had remarkable play that easily net his team a victory. Starting off on Gragas, he was able to get the ball rolling early and begin taking full control over objectives. Giving up only a single dragon throughout the game, his control coupled with his ganks lead his team to a convincing 34-minute victory. Game 2 went even better as he found himself on Sejuani and once again dominated. Seemingly ganking every lane in quick succession, he was able to participate in 13 out of his team's 15 kills, bringing the team numerous objectives in the process. Though he wasn't able to participate in every kill in Game 3, he nearly did, finding a 2/0/16 KDA on Gragas while his team picked up a total of 21 kills. Without dying a single time in the series and participating in the vast majority of his team's kills, his impact was clear. His dominant play lead Fnatic to a swift 3-0 sweep, securing the team's spot in the World Championship Group Stage.
Carries Fnatic to lone win
August 28, 2017
Broxah ended Fnatic's 1-3 Saturday loss to Misfits with an overall KDA of 5/7/16.
ANALYSIS
For the majority of the series -- all of Fnatic's three losses -- Broxah was incredibly quiet. He failed to accomplish much of anything during the early games and generally allowed either Maxlore or another member of Misfits to control the pace of the game. However, Broxah's Game 3 on Elise is certainly worth mentioning, as his 2/1/11 performance was easily the biggest contributor to Fnatic's win, aside from Misfits' draft, perhaps. It's a wonder, given this performance, that Fnatic didn't see fit to put him on aggressive early-game junglers in more games, as his lackluster games all took place on tanks.
Plays well despite surprise loss
August 11, 2017
Broxah finished Fnatic's 0-2 loss to NiP with a 2/2/11 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Broxah ended Game 1 with a 1/2/4 KDA as Jarvan IV. He was involved in all but one of Fnatic's six kills, finishing second in both assists and kills. In Game 2, Broxah used Elise to earn a 1/0/7 KDA. He played well, finishing involved in eight of Fnatic's 11 kills and tying Jesiz for the team high in assists with seven, despite falling to NiP once again.
Near deathless in series victory
July 31, 2017
Broxah played two impressive games on Elise, earning a combined KDA of 4/2/12 in the process.
ANALYSIS
Starting off the series, Broxah had a relatively slow start, failing to pick up an extremely early lead for his team. Despite this, he bounced back and picked up several kills for his team. Participating in all but one of his team's kills, he facilitated his team's swift victory in Game 1. Game 2 went even better for Broxah, who stormed into the game and never slowed down. After picking up several early kills for himself, he helped snowball the rest of his team easily. As a result, Fnatic surged ahead and won teamfights with ease. In the process, Broxah picked up a pair of dragons for his team, snowballing their lead even further. Taking a 26-minute victory, he secured the series victory for Fnatic to secure their series sweep over Misfits.
Sets up team for success in Game 1
July 16, 2017
Broxah went an overall 6/1/18 in Fnatic's 2-0 sweep over Vitality on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Broxah started off the series on Gragas, finding a quick first blood for Caps' Syndra to get the mid laner rolling, and roll he did. With Caps snowballing, Broxah's job was to serve as engage and frontline for his carries, which he did admirably en route to a 1/0/9 KDA in the Game 1 stomp. Broxah's early game was less impressive in Game 1, as he found an early kill but sat on it for quite some time. However, during the teamfight phase, Broxah's Kha'Zix came into its own, as he found numerous kills and assists in the cleanup phases of the scattered fights to go 5/1/9 in the win.
Showed life in mid game but not enough late
July 8, 2017
Broxah posted a 1/2/3 KDA in Fnatic's loss to Cloud9 on Friday.
ANALYSIS
The early game focus was around the bottom lane for Broxah. However, he wasn't successful in his ganks and Contractz made him pay on the top side of the Rift. While Broxah made decent plays on Lee Sin in teamfights during the mid game, it wasn't enough to win the engagements. Fnatic did manage to secure its first two Drakes of Rift Rivals, but they were of the low priority Cloud type. As C9 razed through FNC's base, Broxah couldn't come close to touching the carries and died for his efforts.
Those are my Raptors
July 7, 2017
Broxah had a quiet showing vs. C9, finishing with a 3/3/5 KDA on Tuesday.
ANALYSIS
Broxah was constantly on the back foot vs. C9 Thursday as the opposing jungler was constantly a few steps ahead of him in the early game. When his mid laner was being camped, he seemingly was never around in time to offer support, which is a bit out of the ordinary for a jungler on Lee Sin. Additionally C9 seemingly always knew where he was and Contractz was able to nearly ceaselessly counter jungle, taking his Raptors four times during laning phase.
Unkillable against P1
July 5, 2017
Broxah ended Fnatic's win over Phoenix1 with a 0/0/8 KDA as Zac.
ANALYSIS
Broxah helped Fnatic dominate the late game by providing tons of crowd control in the late game. Despite a slow start, with Fnatic not picking up a kill until the 20th minute, Broxah kept his cool and waited for the late game to shine. He was involved in eight of Fnatic's 11 kills, using Let's Bounce to drop P1 members into Rekkles' Slicing Maelstrom, creating a crowd-control chain that carried in teamfights.
Dominant in series victory over H2K
June 24, 2017
Broxah earned a perfect 8/0/14 KDA in his team's 2-0 victory over H2K.
ANALYSIS
Broxah started out Fnatic's series over H2K with a dominant performance on Kha'Zix. Starting out by picking up first blood, he never slowed down, ganking for his team over and over and continually finding kills. After finding kills, he was able to pick up dragons and a Baron for his team, allowing Fnatic to push their lead into a swift victory. With Game 1 under his belt, Broxah turned to Lee Sin and had a similarly dominant showing in Game 2. After his team fell behind early, he was able to find a huge fight at 21 minutes for his team, picking up four delayed kills and a Baron. With the victory, they were able to bring things back into their favor. Once back in control, Broxah facilitated back-to-back teamfight victories, allowing Fnatic to take a 30-minute victory and secure a 2-0 series sweep.
Loses two Barons in surprising loss
June 15, 2017
Broxah tried to give Fnatic pressure in the form of a 11/6/26 KDA during their loss against Team ROCCAT on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
Broxah was mostly on top of his game in this series, but a few small miscues were enough to undo him and his team. He made most of his impact in the form of ganks, which came early and often in the first two games of the series. He gave his top laner plenty of support, which sOAZ used to help further Fnatic's lead. This was especially true with his Lee Sin in Game 2, where he amassed a 6/5/18 KDA. All of his efforts were in vain through no fault of his own, though. Fnatic as a team got far too passive in the late game, which allowed ROCCAT to scale well into a surprising win. Broxah seemingly lost any semblance of pressure in the final game, leaving his top laner on an island. His most egregious errors, however, were two lost Smite fights on the Baron, which directly led to his team's loss.
Helps Fnatic to upset win
June 9, 2017
Broxah ended Thursday's win over G2 with a 4/3/16 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Broxah used Kha'Zix in Game 1 to end with a 0/0/8 KDA. He was unkillable, and despite having no kills, dealt plenty of damage jumping onto G2 members in teamfights. Using Kha'Zix again in Game 2, Broxah ended with a 1/2/4 KDA. He couldn't replicate his success from Game 1, as Fnatic struggled to take down G2. In Game 3, Broxah used Lee Sin and ended with a 3/1/4 KDA. He was able to set up kills throughout the game, helping Fnatic to a lead that they never relinquished.