Omar Amin 
Free Agent
Parts ways with CLG
May 1, 2018
Omargod has parted ways with CLG Academy, according to an announcement the team made Tuesday.
After playing for both CLG and CLG Academy over his year-long stint with the organization, Omargod has parted ways with the team. After CLG Academy narrowly missed playoffs, the team looked to make changes moving into the Summer Split. Despite helping his team through numerous victories in both LCS and Academy, the organization opted to replace Omargod with Wiggily. Although it is unclear where he will go next, Omargod will likely continue his professional career by moving to another team during the off-season.
Replaces Dardoch late in the season
November 20, 2017
OmarGod ended the 2017 NA LCS Summer Split with a 28/37/118 KDA.
Taking over jungle duties during Week 8 of the regular season, OmarGod helped CLG to a third place finish in the regular season and playoffs. OmarGod's 3.9 KDA was the third best among junglers in the Summer Split, but with limited action, he finished with the 11th highest kill and assist totals in the league. Despite the limited play, OmarGod stabilized the jungle position after taking over for Dardoch to end the season. While he couldn't help CLG qualify for the World Championships, OmarGod played well enough to earn another look with the team in 2018.
Steps up just to be let down
September 12, 2017
5/11/27 was OmarGod's overall scoreline by the end of CLG's 3-1 Sunday loss to Cloud9.
After a relatively quiet regular season, having come in as a sub originally, OmarGod stepped up in a big way in the gauntlet, specifically in the finals against Cloud9. He participated in three out of four first bloods in the series, including one onto his counterpart Contractz in Game 1. However, while he easily outperformed his opponent in the early game, OmarGod's initiations weren't the strongest, despite the fact that he was on tank junglers the whole time. Still, his early game pressure was a serious advantage for CLG in this series and one that they sadly failed to capitalize on.
Highlights tank junglers
September 11, 2017
OmarGod finished CLG's 3-1 win over FlyQuest with a 9/9/36 combined KDA.
OmarGod used Sejuani in the series first three games to end with a combined 8/6/26 KDA. He had a 2/2/8 KDA in Game 1, involved in ten of 12 kills while finishing with the team's second-highest assist total. In Game 2, Omar finished with a 4/1/11 KDA, involved in 15 of 19 kills, while having the third most assists and third-highest kill total. In Game 3, OmarGod earned a 2/3/7 KDA, involved in nine of 12 kills and finishing with CLG's second most assists. For the final game of the series, OmarGod used Maokai and earned a 1/3/10 KDA. He was involved in 11 of 19 kills, finishing with the second-highest assist total on the team.
High assist total in excellent series
September 5, 2017
OmarGod finished Saturday's sweep of DIG with a 5/2/29 combined KDA.
OmarGod used Sejuani in Game 1 to end with a 1/1/11 KDA. He was involved in 12 of 18 kills, finishing one assist behind Aphromoo for the team high. In Game 2, OmarGod used Zac and earned a 2/0/8 KDA. He was unkillable, finishing involved in 10 of 14 kills while tying Huhi for the second highest assist total. For the final game of the series, OmarGod used Gragas and finished with a 2/1/10 KDA. He was involved in 12 of 19 kills, tying Aphromoo for the team-high assist total with ten.
Miserable performance in series loss
August 27, 2017
OmarGod finished CLG's 0-3 series defeat with a combined KDA of 2/18/32.
With a combined KDA more reminiscent of a lackluster support than a jungler, OmarGod struggled immensely throughout his team's defeat at the hands of Immortals. Though he started off Game 1 with a decent performance, finding his team numerous kills, he could not find objective control, allowing IMT to snowball ahead and eventually take the game. From here on out, things were all downhill for him. In Game 2, he was focused early and never found a way back into things. Despite trying several ganks, he could not find a lead for his team and was completely shut down. As a result, he found only a single dragon in his team's 41-minute defeat. Game 3 went slightly better, though OmarGod once again faltered. Only finding a single decent engage on Sejuani, he was unable to deter IMT from taking an early Baron nor dominating teamfights. Finding only six kills for his team in the 28-minute defeat, OmarGod could not get much done in his team's 0-3 defeat in the series.
Lackluster early game proves costly
August 22, 2017
OmarGod finished off CLG's 3-2 win over NV on Sunday with a KDA of 5/17/38.
CLG consistently lost the early game in this series, largely due to the imbalance between OmarGod and Lira. If nothing else, however, OmarGod submitted gracefully, sticking to the tanks of Zac and Gragas to wait to have impact later in the game. Still, while this allowed OmarGod to have some solid, assist-heavy KDAs in CLG's wins, the leads CLG gave up were still concerning, and in the losses, OmarGod looked positively lost. Still, if there's one thing OmarGod ought to get credit for, it's his Game 1 Baron steal, without which CLG likely would not have made it to Game 5, let alone the semifinals.
Continues to shine in new role
August 7, 2017
OmarGod tallied a 3/6/21 KDA in CLG's loss against TSM on Sunday.
Despite having only been starting for CLG for the last couple weeks, OmarGod continues to play well beyond his time in the league. While his Sejuani was a bit lackluster in the first game of the series, he bounced back extremely well in the second game on Gragas. It seems as though his style is more conducive to more active champions rather than the support jungle types. If he can keep performing at this high of a level, CLG should be sitting pretty for the playoffs against Team EnVyUs in a couple weeks.
Performance falls off and solid Game 1
July 31, 2017
OmarGod posted a 8/10/18 KDA in Counter Logic Gaming's series loss to Phoenix1 on Sunday.
In Game 1 OmarGod's Maokai was able to track MikeYeung through the jungle and made some jungle paths decisions off the information. OmarGod made successful ganks and invades without being punished as CLG ran off with a lead. He finished with a 4/2/14 KDA and a 90 percent kill participation. The rest of the series, OmarGod couldn't keep up his performance and it started with a lowly 2/4/1 KDA performance in Game 2 on Elise. OmarGod traded a death for a kill early and spent the rest of the game trying to answer P1's rotations but failing. In Game 3 OmarGod went back to Maokai and had a decent early jungle path where he made it to bottom lane just in time to even out the skirmish and secure first blood. However, he couldn't push the tempo much after as P1 dominated the rest of the teamfights. Anytime he tried to lock down a target in the frontline, he struggled to peel off and finished with a 2/4/3 KDA.
Shines in debut as starting jungler
July 30, 2017
OmarGod tallied a 3/2/17 KDA in CLG's win against EnVyUs on Saturday.
OmarGod was on top of his game in this series and showed CLG why they made the right decision in making him the starting jungler. He played Gragas in both games of the series and was constantly in the right place at the right time to give his team a major edge at all moments of the game. He hit his Explosive Casks and Bodyslams at all the right moments, which locked down EnVyUs members at ease. Perhaps the best parts of his performance in this game was his patience in making sure that he used his ultimates at the perfect time. Rather than just use it willy nilly, OmarGod always made sure that it was used to maximum efficiency to do the best for his team. If he can keep playing like this, CLG will be in great shape moving into the playoffs.
Gets full-time starter job in the jungle
July 25, 2017
Substitute jungler OmarGod gets named full-time starter, according to a CLG press release.
CLG's devotion to teamwork is legendary in the NA LCS, and OmarGod's promotion to the starting lineup is proof of that. Previously splitting time with Dardoch before he got cut and shipped back to Liquid, OmarGod has the full backing of CLG behind him. If CLG's history of turning Stixxay into a top-tier NA AD Carry is anything to go by, then fans should have nothing to worry about concerning OmarGod in the long run. Short term, however, gets dicey with CLG about to enter a scrappy postseason, especially since a weak performance in the spring split requires them to do well in Summer in order to have a chance to qualify for worlds. The road seems dark ahead, but CLG fans know that there's probably a light at the end of the tunnel.
Solid performance in Summer Split debut
July 15, 2017
OmarGod had a impressive 5/0/13 KDA performance in Counter Logic Gaming's Game 2 victory against FlyQuest on Friday.
OmarGod had a great showing in his NA LCS Summer Split debut. He had plenty of successful ganks and invades to start off. There were a few close calls for OmarGod as he got caught out, but was able to Ragnarok his way to safety. Counter Logic Gaming looked great with its rookie jungler in the mix and dominated the teamfighting from start to finish in Game 2. While OmarGod had a good performance, he will probably only get a few starts against teams that are near the bottom of the standings.
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