Reignover
Kim Yeu-Jin 
South Korea
Counter Logic Gaming
Can't find Fog of War cover in loss
February 25, 2018
Reignover scored a 0/2/5 KDA on Zac in Counter Logic Gaming's loss to Clutch Gaming on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Reignover's Zac was tracked very well throughout the first half of the game and wasn't able to find openings to gank. However, CG's vision control started to slip in the second half and Reignover was able to find a few good picks. The picks helped CLG stall the game but it wasn't enough in the end as it got ran over in the key teamfights late. After losing a teamfight over the Elder Dragon there was little that Reignover could do to stop Clutch from pushing to victory.
Hit or miss, literally
February 19, 2018
Reignover ended 2/3/11 as CLG fell to 100 Thieves on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Reignover's engages on Sejuani in this game were often an indicator of his team's success. They found kills when he landed them and failed to when he didn't. On the whole, however, his ultimates weren't as consistent as aphromoo's Tempered Fates, and didn't have the same kind of followup from his teammates either. Ultimately, CLG were out teamfought, and lost after being aced at Baron.
Little to no impact
February 12, 2018
Reignover's KDA read 0/2/3 by the end of CLG's Sunday loss to TSM.
ANALYSIS
Reignover started the game off with a lackluster Sejuani ultimate in the first teamfight of the game. He used it in an attempt to get an initiation started for CLG, but before any of his carries could possibly get the chance to follow up on it. Given how narrowly CLG lost the fight, this error was critical. It wasn't Reignover's fault for the most part when he was later killed to give over Baron, as he was mostly trying to protect Stixxay after the latter stepped out of position, but this did ultimately give TSM the game.
Does it all for his team
February 5, 2018
Reignover's scoreline read 1/1/15 at the end of CLG's Sunday victory over FlyQuest.
ANALYSIS
Reignover played a beautiful Jarvan IV game from start to finish on Sunday. He played perfectly alongside Biofrost's Alistar to find initiations for CLG, and dove deep into the backline with the confidence that can only be granted by the presence of a Zilean ultimate on your team. Thankfully, he never required it, and only died once while participating in every CLG kill and taking the first three Elemental Drakes for his team.
Returned to form in upset
February 4, 2018
Reignover posted a 1/0/9 KDA on Nunu as Counter Logic Gaming beat Echo Fox on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
The early game plan for Reignover was to focus on counter jungling and controlling the neutral objectives. While not all of Reignover's early ganks worked out, he still secured all of the Dragon buffs and took plenty of jungle camps from Dardoch. Counter Logic Gaming's split push plan paid off with a huge lead in turrets as it enter the late game. One good teamfight over Elder Dragon late was all that CLG needed as it scored an ace and then pushed to victory.
Superb late game teamfighting
January 29, 2018
Reignover scored a 0/2/9 KDA on Zac as Counter Logic Gaming picked up a win against the Golden Guardians on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
While Reignover is usually known for his counter jungling, he was forced to be defensive as his jungle was invaded early. Reignover was successful in defending his jungle with a little help from Darshan, getting CLG off to a solid start. However, CLG wasn't ready for the mid-game rotations the GG threw at it and started to fall behind in turrets. Counter Logic Gaming began to turn things around in the late game teamfights as its superior scaling and teamfighting composition took over. An ace late would be all CLG needed before finishing off the Nexus.
Falls off after first blood
January 28, 2018
Reignover ended 2/5/1 as CLG fell to CG on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Reignover started the game strong on Sejuani, pulling off a three-man dive to put Solo's Gangplank in the dumpster from the start. However, he quickly put power back in the hands of CG, as his aggressive invasion led to not only his own death but that of his mid laner. Having gifted Febiven two early kills, Reignover could only watch as the enemy mid laner went on the snowball of a lifetime.
Pocket pick falls short in debut for Counter Logic Gaming
January 21, 2018
Reignover posted a 2/3/4 KDA on Rengar in Counter Logic Gaming's loss to Cloud9 on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
The early game was where Reignover shined in his debut for Counter Logic Gaming. Reignover's Rengar did plenty of counter jungling and ganking early as CLG took a small advantage however it couldn't hold onto its lead in the second half. It was very difficult for Reignover to find good flanks to engage and was often forced to use Thrill of the Hunt in attempts to escape the crowd control train that Cloud9 was running. CLG tried to break a Baron empowered push from C9 late but lost the teamfight, eventually being aced as the Nexus was under siege.
Signs with CLG
November 23, 2017
Reignover is the newest member of Counter Logic Gaming, according to a report from Inven Global.
ANALYSIS
Following Team Liquid's signing of Xmithie, it seemed all but certain that Reignover would soon be exiting the team. We now know where he's landing, and it's none other than the Land of Friendship, Counter Logic Gaming. Ever since CLG traded Xmithie prior to the start of the Summer Split, they've been looking for an answer to the position he left behind. First option Dardoch was released before the Split ended, and OmarGod couldn't hold his own towards the end of the season. With Reignover joining the team, however, CLG could finally find what's been missing. While Reignover didn't look his best playing with Liquid last year, that can be more contributed to the team he was on rather than his play alone. Look for him to return to form with a solid set of pieces surrounding him. CLG's roster is now almost complete, as the team recently re-signed Darshan, Huhi, and Stixxay. All that's left is to see whether aphromoo will re-sign or if the team will need to look for another support.
Could hit the bench after roster move
July 24, 2017
Reignover may not start following Liquid's decision to sign Mickey, ESPN's Jacob Wolf reports.
ANALYSIS
Although Reignover is often one of the strongest performing players on Liquid's ever-struggling roster, he may be facing the bench as a result of Riot's import policy. Due to Mickey joining the team, Liquid will have to choose between starting either Reignover or Piglet in addition to the new player. With Inori on the team's lineup, Reignover may remain on the roster in a rotating system, or will be completely removed in favor of keeping Piglet. Despite the chances, his recent strong showings indicate he will likely remain on the team, whether it be a starting position or sharing time with Inori.
Only one on Liquid with an interest in winning
July 2, 2017
Reignover earned a 5/4/9 KDA in Team Liquid's 1-2 loss to Echo Fox on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
In what must have been a frustrating Game 1 on Rek'Sai, Reignover managed to find his team's only two kills of the match with the help of Slooshi's Orianna. Apart from that, however, Liquid simply didn't even look to be trying to contest the match, and they lost predictably. Reignover's Kha'Zix was taken down for first blood in Game 2, but it was more than worth it, as Goldenglue's Galio got a triple kill in the bargain. With the match snowballing, Reignover picked up a 3/1/7 KDA in the win. Game 3, Reignover got assists on the first two kills of the game, but once again, Team Liquid seemed content to watch Echo Fox take the game from there on in.
Aggressive jungling pays off
June 27, 2017
Reignover earned a series KDA of 10/10/27 in TL's victory over Phoenix1.
ANALYSIS
Reignover started the series off with a strong performance on his signature Olaf, picking up early kills and dominating his enemy. After building up an early lead for his team, he was able to secure a Baron that allowed TL to push forward and choke out P1. In doing so, he died several times, but constantly traded kills, allowing TL to claim a 33-minute victory. Game 2 didn't go nearly as well as Reignover picked Gragas and wasn't able to control objectives. After finding several Cloud Drakes, he allowed the enemy team to dominate objectives and never found a way back into things. In a drawn out defeat, he secured an Elder Dragon, but struggled to find an opening, resulting in a 51-minute defeat. Game 3 was an entire change of pace, with Reignover picking Elise and dominating from the very start. After picking up several early kills for his team, he gained full control of the game. Picking up three dragons and a Baron in the 28-minute victory, his strong play allowed his team to close out the series 2-1.
Fantastic early game not enough
June 26, 2017
Reignover went 2/4/7 in his one game against Cloud9 on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Playing Rek'Sai, Reignover was stellar in the first 20 minutes of Game 1. He helped snowball Lourlo's Renekton with multiple dives in the top lane, and assisted his team in taking a few early skirmishes to start out 1/0/6 on his team's first seven kills. However, for the remainder of the game he participated in only two more kills (of his team's three) while giving up four deaths. Still, it's unclear why he was subbed out in Game 2, especially when Inori played the same champion.
Passive play throughout series loss
June 5, 2017
Reignover posted a 2/4/1 KDA in Team Liquid's 2-0 series loss to Echo Fox on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Reignover got invaded and killed for first blood just four minutes in. He wasn't able to do do much besides farm throughout the mid game as Echo Fox rotated the map securing objectives. Reignover made an attempt to steal Baron, but it failed and cost him his life. In Game 2 Reignover was more proactive in stopping Echo Fox from just freely rotating the map taking objectives. He scored some kills throughout the mid game, but it wasn't enough. Team Liquid couldn't stop Echo Fox from knocking down inhibitors late before group pushing to finish the series.
Plays well in jungle to lock up Liquid's spot in the NA LCS
April 2, 2017
Reignover tallied a KDA of 9/12/28 in Team Liquid's 3-2 win against Gold Coin United in the NA LCS Promotion Tournament.
ANALYSIS
Reignover had a bit of a subdued series here against Gold Coin. While he was never bad by any means, he just never took over the game at any point. He started off on Elise in Game 1 and picked up just a single kill throughout the entire game. His six assists were enough to make his performance better than Santorin's, though, as Reignover contributed well to the big Game 1. He switched over to Rengar in Game 2 and had a very similar game, providing only one kill. This time, however, he used Rengar's Thrill of the Hunt to lurk in the shadows and tally eight assists while setting up his teammates at every turn. He moved onto Kha'Zix in Game 3 and was a bit more a focal point to the offense, tallying three kills in this one. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to really get his side lanes ahead at all, which ultimately led to their demise. He went with Graves in Game 4 and had his worse showing of the series. His main action in the game ended up being to simply die a game-high five times, as he was never able to get into a groove at all. He went back to Kha'Zix in Game 5 and did just enough to pick up the win. With Piglet playing out of his mind on Ahri, he simply needed to stay out of the way and not die. With the win, Liquid has managed to hold onto their NA LCS spot.
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