Do Duy Khanh 
100 Thieves
Strong performance not enough to claim victory
July 9, 2018
Levi earned a 7/3/1 KDA on Graves during his team's defeat at the hands of G2 on Thursday.
With 100T opting to pick a funnel composition, Levi had a large amount of pressure on his shoulders. Able to make things happen early, it seemed as though there was a chance Levi and 100T's strategy could work. Unfortunately, things came crumbling down around him swiftly. The other two carries on his team found themselves simply outclassed time and again, making it extremely difficult for Levi to stay in the game. Despite controlling objectives and allowing his team the room they needed to succeed, Levi's efforts were for nothing. His team fell behind, and although he was able to get kills here and there, it was not enough to make up for previous mistakes. As a result, G2 claimed victory in 45-minutes, taking down 100T with ease.
To start for 100 Thieves at Rift Rivals
June 28, 2018
Levi will get a chance to show off his skills during Rift Rivals, 100 Thieves announced Wednesday.
After being signed to 100 Thieves' academy team last December, Levi will finally get a chance to show NA what he's got during Rift Rivals next week. To make room for him on the roster in terms of import slots, Brandini will also get the starting nod in the top lane over Ssumday. There's no word as to whether this will be a permanent move going forward or if this will just be for Rift Rivals.
Joins 100 Thieves Academy
December 26, 2017
Levi will be starting in the jungle for 100 Thieves' Academy roster, the team announced Tuesday.
Widely considered one of the best, if not the best, junglers in the world, many will certainly be surprised to see Levi on an Academy team to start 2018. With the main roster being all out of import slots, however, the decision comes into focus a bit more. Levi will now have a chance to adjust to life in the States while learning a completely different meta than what he's become accustomed to in the GPL. Once Levi does make it up to the main roster, though, 100 Thieves will instantly jump up in terms of overall roster strength.
Surprise Rengar pick doesn't pan out
October 12, 2017
Levi tallied a 6/6/1 KDA in GIGABYTE Marines' close loss against Longzhu on Day 5 of the 2017 World Championship.
Levi brought out the Rengar in hopes of catching Longzhu off guard, but it didn't pan out early on. He took a death under two minutes in during a skirmish that gave Longzhu an early lead. Despite that, he bounced back to play pretty well for most of the game after that, however. He found a kill on a perfect dive at 10 minutes that started to pad their lead. While this continued to pan out in the early and mid game, he couldn't make much happen as Longzhu simply flexed their muscles and pushed GIGABYTE into the dirt.
Late-game heroics not enough to secure the win
October 12, 2017
Levi put up a 2/3/6 KDA in GIGABYTE's loss to Fnatic in a tiebreaker on Thursday at the 2017 World Championship.
Levi went with Sejuani in this game and never really got into a nice groove. While his team threatened to take down Fnatic at more than one moment throughout the game, Levi was never really what was helping them do it. He found a couple kills in the top lane to give his team one of these leads, but it was nothing sustainable and they were eventually taken out. For as good as Levi had been in certain moments in the group stage, it was a shame that he couldn't contribute more here.
Utilizes another carry jungler
October 12, 2017
Levi ended Thursday's win over Immortals with a 5/2/2 KDA as Kayn.
Levi was his usually aggressive, carry oriented self during the win over Immortals. He was involved in less than half of GAM's kills, but tied Noway for the team high with five kills. Levi was able to get his side off to a hot start as they needed to ride a solid wave of momentum to help get out of the group stages.
Brings out surprise Nocturne to great success
October 6, 2017
Levi earned a 6/3/3 KDA on Nocturne in his team's 24-minute victory over Fnatic.
With one of the most surprising picks of World's thus far, Levi was able to show his proficiency on a non-meta champion. Picking Nocturne in a surprising draft, he was able to storm into the game and pick up multiple early kills. After finding a quick path to level six, he began executing ganks flawlessly, allowing his carries to find their own advantages. Focusing slightly on objectives, he was able to weave in a dragon and a Baron between his team's numerous skirmishes to aid in GAM's teamfighting. As a result of his early aggression that net his team a lead, GAM was able to close things out in just 24-minutes.
Needs a bigger backpack
May 14, 2017
Levi ended Gigabyte MARINES' Saturday loss to TSM with a 3/2/4 KDA.
Levi, on Graves, was the only real positive force for his team in this game. He managed to both outfarm Svenskeren's Lee Sin and find more early lane pressure despite the matchup, but with all three lanes losing, there wasn't anything he could do to prevent the loss.
Needed more from teammates
May 11, 2017
Levi played well by going 4/4/4 vs. SKT in a loss on Wednesday.
Levi began the match vs. SKT by securing first blood and continuing the steam that he has been gaining at MSI as a world class jungler. As the match progressed, he continued to play solid and rotated decently. His downfall was that he missed a few ultimates that could've secured kills and tilted fights and thus SKT was able to snowball. The loss puts them at 1-1 after one day of play at MSI.
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