Doublelift
Yiliang Peng 
United States
Team Liquid
Able to carry against MAD
October 16, 2018
Doublelift ended Tuesday's win over MAD with a 5/0/3 KDA as Kai'sa.
ANALYSIS
Doublelift was able to carry as Team Liquid dropped MAD Team for the second time in the tournament. He was unkillable, ending the game involved in eight of 13 kills to tie for the second highest kill participation. His five kills tied Xmithie for the team-high, while his three assists also tied his jungler for the team-low. Doublelift has struggled throughout the tournament, but played well in both games against MAD.
Struggles yet again
October 16, 2018
Doublelift finished Tuesday's loss to KT with a 1/1/1 KDA as Sivir.
ANALYSIS
Doublelift struggled yet again against one of the Eastern teams in the group stage. He was involved in two of four kills, tying for the team-low kill participation. His one assist was the second fewest on the team, while his lone kill was the second highest total. Doublelift has really struggled against both KT and EDG, the group favorites, which has hurt Team Liquid's chances of advancing in the tournament.
No kills in loss to EDG
October 12, 2018
Doublelift ended Friday's loss to EDG with a 0/3/4 KDA as Kai'Sa.
ANALYSIS
Doublelift struggled for the second straight game as Team Liquid fell to EDG on Friday. He was involved in four of five kills, ending with the second-highest kill participation on the team. Despite the heavy involvement, Doublelift didn't pick up a single kill, but led TL with four assists in the loss. Doublelift has only one kill through the opening two games at Worlds.
Contained by KT
October 10, 2018
Doublelift finished Wednesday's loss to KT Rolster with a 1/1/2 KDA as Kai'Sa.
ANALYSIS
Doublelift was never afforded an opportunity to scale into a threat as KT took control of the match from an early stage. He was involved in three of four kills, tying Olleh for the team-high kill participation. His one kill tied him for the second-highest total, while his two assists were tied for the team high during Wednesday's loss.
Deathless in victories over 100 Thieves
September 2, 2018
Doublelift earned a series KDA of 17/3/21 during Team Liquids 3-1 series victory over 100 Thieves.
ANALYSIS
With one of the best performances in NA LCS Playoff history, Doublelift bought his team a slot in the NA LCS Summer Split finals. Dominating throughout the entire series, his performance was critical to his team's victories. After falling in Game 1 despite having a huge CS lead, Doublelift stepped things up even further in the following games to dominate the rest of the series for his team. In each game he made short work of the enemy bottom lane, securing his team an early lead that assisted them through the rest of the stages of the game. Time and again, Doublelift found himself being focused down, yet he remained safe, dealing huge amounts of damage and staying alive. Doublelift's immaculate performance resulted in him going without a single death in the final three games of the series, demolishing all in his path, and securing his team a 3-1 series victory. With the win, Team Liquid secured its berth at the 2018 World Championship.
Suffers for the sins of his teammates
August 12, 2018
Doublelift ended 0/1/1 as Team Liquid fell to Cloud9 on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
As a low-mobility AD carry like Varus, the last thing you need is for the enemy Syndra and Lee Sin to get fed. This is exactly the situation Doublelift found himself in on Sunday, and it went as expected. In the one teamfight he participated in, he was burst down almost immediately, too fast for Xmithie to save him with the Kindred ultimate. His CS advantage quickly evaporated as Cloud9 took over the map, and his ability to initiate was useless when Cloud9 were far enough ahead to take any fight easily.
Strong Ashe play results in win
August 5, 2018
Doublelift earned a 2/0/4 KDA on Ashe during TL's 43-minute victory over 100T.
ANALYSIS
Doublelift had a strong performance during his team's victory over 100T, starting things off by finding a lead in lane despite the enemy team picking up early kills. Although his team fell behind early, Doublelift remained in the game through farming, allowing the rest of the team to wait for the perfect teamfight. This came at the 38-minute mark with TL picking up Baron and beginning to siege the enemy base. Doublelift was able to remain safe during the resulting fights, keeping himself from dying while outputting large amounts of damage. Claiming the last two teamfights for his team, Doublelift's strong showing net his team a convincing victory.
Can't translate lead
July 22, 2018
2/2/7 was Doublelift's KDA at the end of Team Liquid's Saturday loss to Cloud9.
ANALYSIS
While Cloud9 won out on the top side of the map this game, Doublelift excelled in the bottom lane on Jhin, partly thanks to jungle pressure. However, while his individual play was on point, and he had some solid skillshots that netted picks for his team, he simply didn't have the chance to be overly effective in fights. This was mostly due to the presence of Licorice's Poppy, who lead granted him tank stats that far outpaced the damage Doublelift could build.
Punished for support's errors
July 15, 2018
Doublelift ended Liquid's loss to FlyQuest with a KDA of 1/3/0.
ANALYSIS
If this had been a solo queue game, Doublelift couldn't have been blamed for flaming his support. As Vladimir, Doublelift required time to get levels and items before becoming a threat, but Olleh's Alistar never gave him the opportunity, giving up multiple deaths and ultimately the lane before Doublelift had a chance to make a difference. As a result, Doublelift had very little impact in this game, though he did manage to grab his team's only kill.
Strong showing not enough to claim victory
July 8, 2018
Doublelift had a decent showing against G2, earning a 5/2/2 KDA during his team's loss.
ANALYSIS
Although his team was ultimately defeated, Doublelift had several strong moments during TL's loss against G2. After dying early, Doublelift stepped things up and began to deal large amounts of damage. As he found himself in sticky situations, Doublelift proved to be a master of escape, constantly living through situations that seemed as though he should have been eliminated. Although he had flashy escapes, it was not enough to create an impact for his team. After the rest of the map losing so convincingly, Doublelift's damage was little more than a blip on the radar of G2. As the enemy team stormed TL's base, Doublelift put up a decent final stand but could not stop the enemy onslaught, falling and allowing G2 to take a 26-minute victory.
Tries his best to recover
July 7, 2018
Doublelift ended 2/2/1 in Team Liquid's loss to Splyce on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Doublelift's Lucian had an unfortunate early game this time around, as he gave a pair of somewhat embarrassing kills over to Kobbe's Heimerdinger in lane. He did his best to bounce back, racking up the only particularly significant CS advantage to exist in the game even as Splyce took over, and finding a kill back onto his counterpart. However, with Splyce winning all across the map, it was too little too late.
Strong showing in victory over Splyce
July 6, 2018
Doublelift earned a 3/0/5 KDA on Kai'Sa during Team Liquid's victory over Splyce.
ANALYSIS
From the very beginning of the game, Doublelift proved himself to be the better carry against Splyce. With both teams playing traditional bottom lanes, he was able to simply outlane his opponent and quickly build a massive lead for himself. After help from an early gank, he picked up a quick kill onto the enemy AD carry, who was caught out. With his massive lead, he had no trouble joining his team to decimate the enemy in teamfights. Shredding through tanks and carries alike, Team Liquid was able to use his damage to secure teamfight victories with ease. The team moved swiftly to take neutral objectives and moved methodically in an effort to close the game out. Taking a final teamfight 27 minutes into the game, Doublelift helped his team nearly secure an ace, picking up the teamfight victory, and the game win as a result.
Level 1 first blood gets ball rolling in victory
July 1, 2018
Doublelift earned a 11/0/9 KDA on Xayah in Team Liquid's win over Echo Fox on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Doublelift got the early laning advantage by catching Fenix in the river at level 1 and killing him for first blood. He continued to bully during the laning phase on his way to creating a huge advantage. After a little gank help, Doublelift had enough advantage to really carry the teamfights. The teamfight victories piled up quickly as Team Liquid marched across the Rift to claim victory in just over 22 minutes.
Returns to traditional marksman in win
June 24, 2018
Doublelift earned a 6/0/2 KDA on Kai'Sa in Team Liquid's win against Counter Logic Gaming.
ANALYSIS
Doublelift went back to playing a marksman AD carry on Saturday. It was a good thing as he went back to being the carry that Team Liquid needed. Doublelift had a slow start but came alive in the mid game teamfights, dealing out the damage and securing kills by sniping people with Void Seeker. Team Liquid strung together teamfight victories and knocked down objectives. Doublelift finished with most damage dealt to champions on Team Liquid.
Poor laning phase in loss
June 18, 2018
Doublelift finished with a 1/3/0 KDA on Vladimir in Team Liquid's loss to the Golden Guardians on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
It didn't take long for Doublelift to try his hand at the new meta as he drafted Vladimir on Day 2 of the Summer Spit. However, Doublelift wasn't able to do very well on the pick as he was lost control of lane at level one. He was quickly bullied and pushed under turret before being taken down as the second kill of the game. The early setback is some Doublelift wouldn't be given a chance to come back from as Team Liquid quickly lost objectives and turrets in the mid game. Doublelift did what he could damage wise but it wasn't nearly enough to stop the Golden Guardians from pushing to win in 22 minutes.
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