Fabian Diepstraten 
Clutch Gaming
Decimates TSM in marathon contest
June 23, 2018
Febiven put up a solid 5/0/12 KDA during Clutch Gaming's win over Team SoloMid on Saturday.
While this win certainly didn't come easy for Clutch, Febiven had no trouble at all destroying TSM at every turn. Whenever a teamfight broke out, he and Apollo were right there pouring on the damage to keep TSM bogged down. In fact, if not for a timely Smite miscue by LirA, TSM would have had no shot at victory. Febiven never got discouraged, though, as he simply kept using his Swain to tear through TSM in every fight. This was especially true in the late game when Clutch really began to wrestle away control of the game to finally pick up the 45-minute win.
Strangely weak early game
June 18, 2018
Febiven ended CG's Sunday loss to Echo Fox with a 4/2/4 KDA.
Given the chaos of the early game in this match and the high kill count, one would've expected a champion like Syndra to thrive with her roaming strength. However, not only did Febiven not participate in any kills for 23 minutes, he also lost in CS by a significant margin to Fenix's Ryze in what should've been a winning matchup. He did have some decent play later on in fights, but also missed a couple of fairly straightforward skillshots.
Emperor of Summoner's Rift
March 19, 2018
Febiven went 6/1/11 as Clutch Gaming found victory over Golden Guardians on Sunday.
Febiven simply dominated this game over Golden Guardians, which isn't surprising given it was on his signature Azir. Hai picked LeBlanc in the hopes of being able to kill Febiven, but this only happened once the whole game, and in the meantime, Febiven was farming up a storm, pushing down turrets, and winning teamfights for Clutch. He even managed to solo kill Hai later on in the game, solidifying his dominance. He missed out on only a single kill participation and died just once as Clutch Gaming took the win.
Good use of Realm Warp in victory
March 11, 2018
Febiven earned a 2/1/6 KDA on Ryze in Clutch Gaming's win against Echo Fox on Saturday.
Febiven got caught by a gank for first blood but recovered from it during the laning phase. He managed to keep the CS race close but really started to make up for it during the late game. While Clutch Gaming was behind, it stayed within striking distance, allowing it to make sneaky plays like Febiven Realm Warping everyone to sneak a Baron kill. One Baron power play evened up the gold, a second gave the victory the Clutch Gaming.
Damage carries in loss
February 26, 2018
Febiven earned a 1/1/2 KDA on Corki as Clutch Gaming's win streak came to an end against Cloud9 on Sunday.
Both of the mid lane champions had good potential to gank side lanes post level six but Febiven's Corki wasn't as impactful as Jensen's Taliyah. However that was mainly because all of Clutch Gaming's side lanes were losing. Febiven did he best to play defensively during the mid game but any kill that Clutch secured meant it was losing objectives on the other side of the Rift. When all was finished, Febiven lead Clutch in damage dealt to champions.
Late mistakes extend game
February 25, 2018
Febiven earned a 3/2/4 KDA on Azir in Clutch Gaming's victory against Counter Logic Gaming on Saturday.
Febiven held his own during the laning phase, despite being constantly poked out he kept the CS race close. Once Febiven got a little help in the mid lane he started to pick up kills and assists which lead to Clutch's securing a lot of objectives. Clutch did well in spreading out its pressure late but Febiven got caught overextending a few times, allowing CLG time to make up some of its gold deficit. However, when Febiven stopped hanging out in the frontline and began to follow the tanks, Clutch quickly retook control and pushed to finish.
Helped close out victory
February 19, 2018
Febiven earned a 1/0/3 KDA on Zoe as Clutch Gaming continued its win streak against Team SoloMid on Sunday.
Febiven had a relatively quiet early game but showed up in the late teamfights. Zoe may have had nerfs but her late game power is still pretty scary and Febiven was able to take huge chunks out of the frontline tanks. While his Sleepy bubbles weren't that impactful in the mid game, it certainly aided in the final push as CG picked up a few kills before knocking down the Nexus.
Great teamfighting throughout victory
February 18, 2018
Febiven earned a 3/0/5 KDA on Orianna as Clutch Gaming picked up the win against FlyQuest on Saturday.
Febiven wasn't able to solo kill Fly in lane but racked up a nice sized lead in CS. When it was time to join up for fights, Febiven had an easy time comboing Orianna's Shockwave with the rest of his teams crowd control. If any members of FlyQuest got caught, it was a death sentence. All of Febiven's teamfight contributions earned him an 80 percent kill participation.
Can't Clutch it out
February 5, 2018
Febiven ended 5/1/2 as Clutch Gaming fell to Cloud9 on Sunday.
Febiven had, overall, a fantastic Orianna game on Sunday. He found himself in a favorable matchup against Jensen's Cassiopeia, and used it to get ahead early, and then stay even despite being three-man ganked. In teamfights, it often seemed Febiven was the only man on CG getting much of anything done, as he found solid Shockwaves and even managed to catch out Sneaky's Kog'Maw in one fight to hand the enemy carry his only death. He finished with perfect kill participation and only the one death from early in the game, despite the loss.
Bird is the word
January 28, 2018
Febiven went 12/0/3 as CG took down CLG on Saturday.
Febiven's Azir got a dream start, as the enemy jungler and mid laner pushed too far into his jungler early on, granting him two quick kills. Shortly after, he found a triple to start out 5/0/1, and it was all downhill from there. Febiven's damage was simply monstrous, and his ultimates were on point. Strangely enough, Febiven's pentakill in this game was arguably his least flashy teamfight, but it hardly mattered, as he was easily the biggest reason CG took this game is such dominating fashion.
Lackluster performance on Ryze in loss
January 22, 2018
Febiven earned a 1/2/2 KDA on Ryze as Clutch Gaming finished off Sunday's action with a loss to Echo Fox.
Febiven opted to pick Ryze into Fenix's Azir and it didn't go well for him. He quickly fell behind in the laning phase as Fenix ran away with a CS lead. After giving over a kill, the lane was pretty much lost. Febiven wasn't able to make many impactful roams with Realm Warp and it was mainly used as an escape move. Clutch Gaming managed to stall out the late game but couldn't weather Echo Fox's second Baron power play that wrecked its base.
Solid North American debut
January 21, 2018
Febiven ended Clutch Gaming's victory over Golden Guardians on Saturday with a 4/0/2 KDA.
Playing Malzahar, Febiven provided LirA's Evelynn with the tools needed to lock down and kill Hai's Azir, which the two did multiple times throughout the laning phase, with varying degrees of assistance. From there, Febiven continued to put out loads of damage in the game's few teamfights, and kept up his farm all the while, hitting 400 before the game ended in 39 minutes in an easy victory for CG.
Leads European mid laners in KDA
November 29, 2017
Febiven finished the EU LCS Summer Split with a 112/47/172 combined KDA.
Febiven helped H2K clinch a first-place finish in Group B during the regular season. He finished fourth in kills, third in assists, and had the lowest death total among European mid laners, culminating in him leading the role with a 6.0 KDA. Febiven finished the playoffs with an 18/19/15 KDA, dropping series to both G2 and Fnatic as H2K finished in fourth place. In the regional qualifiers, Febiven earned a 44/23/58 KDA as H2K came up just short, being swept by Fnatic in the regional finals. Febiven will start a new adventure in 2018 as he will join North America's Clutch Gaming for the 2018 season.
Heading to North America
November 24, 2017
Febiven has signed with Clutch Gaming for the 2018 season, ESPN's Jacob Wolf reports.
Given his contract expired with H2K at the end of the 2017 Summer Split, it made sense that Febiven would jump to a new, more lucrative region. This marks the first time that Febiven will move outside of Europe after finding the majority of his success as a member of Fnatic. Febiven joins a long list of European mid laners moving across the pond to North America.
Not returning to H2K for Season 8
November 21, 2017
Febiven announced on Twitter Tuesday that he is looking for opportunities in North America and Europe.
Febiven spent Season 7 on H2K, failing to make Worlds or win a domestic championship. He saw some success with Fnatic before joining H2K. He has showcased in the past that he can be an elite European mid laner, so his stock could be high based on what region he winds up in.
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