Andrei Pascu 
Scales well, but can't carry Splyce
February 23, 2018
Odoamne finished Friday's loss to UoL with a 4/3/9 KDA as Gangplank.
Odoamne ended the game involved in 13 of 17 kills. His four kills were tied for the second-highest total on the team, while his nine assists were the third most. Odoamne was able to scale well into the mid and late game, but couldn't help carry Splyce in 5-vs-5 teamfights as UoL came away with the win.
1-vs-2 outplay highlights quick win
February 16, 2018
Odoamne ended Friday's win over Giants with a 3/1/0 KDA as Camille.
Odoamne was involved in three of Splyce's eight kills, but led the team in kills despite the low kill participation. He was able to scale early, utilizing his Trinity Force power spike to claim a 1-vs-2 outplay in the mid game, picking up a double kill. Odoamne gave away Splyce's lone death in the game, but helped his side win the fastest game of the split in Europe.
Ties for team-high kill participation
February 9, 2018
Odoamne ended Splyce's win over H2k with a 1/0/5 KDA as Camille.
Odoamne was involved in six of eight kills, tying Nisqy for the team-high kill participation. He was unkillable, earning the third-highest kill total with one and tying kaSing for the team-high assist total with five, including an assist on first blood.
Another poor game
January 26, 2018
Odoamne finished Friday's loss to ROCCAT with a 2/4/1 KDA as Ornn.
Odoamne continued his slow start to the season with an underwhelming Ornn performance. He was involved in three of seven kills, finishing with his team's second-highest kill total in the loss. He also ended with the game's highest death total as Splyce fell to 1-2.
Struggles in defeat against Fnatic
January 20, 2018
Odoamne earned a 2/3/2 KDA on Gnar in his team's loss against Fnatic on Friday.
Odoamne had an extremely rough start to his team's game against Fnatic. On Gnar, he gave up first blood in lane and was quickly killed once again. After falling behind, he had a tough time bouncing back as Fnatic had already built a sizeable lead. Though he started having a short impact in teamfights, the rest of the team felt the impacts of his poor showing to start out the game. As a result, Fnatic used their lead to close out the game in just 41 minutes.
Remains an excellent European top laner
November 29, 2017
Odoamne finished the EU LCS Summer Split with a 88/60/176 combined KDA.
Odoamne helped H2K to the top of Group B, but fell in the semifinals of the Summer Split playoffs to G2 before finishing in fourth place. Odoamne was third in kills, fourth in assists, had the third-highest KDA and lowest death total among EU LCS top laners. Odoamne finished the playoffs with a 18/24/18 KDA, and the regional qualifiers with a 29/29/69 KDA, falling just short of reaching the World Championships after being swept by Fnatic. Odoamne remains one of the best top laners in Europe, but will ply his trade with a new organization after signing with Splyce for 2018.
Joins Splyce
November 27, 2017
Odoamne has signed a deal with Splyce, ESPN's Jacob Wolf reports.
One of the highest priority free agents in the European scene, Odoamne will take his top lane talents to Splyce after the team let Wunder go. Wunder certainly had his moments over the last few years, but it's hard to not call Odoamne a direct upgrade. With a flexible champion pool and Splyce's changes to coaching staff over the course of the last year, Odoamne should enter the 2018 season as a force to be reckoned with.
Free agent for Season 8
November 21, 2017
Odoamne announced on Twitter Tuesday that he is a free agent for 2018.
Odoamne spent Season 7 as a star player for H2K. He was eventually eclipsed by other players in Europe, but part of that was related to the meta not suiting him well. He is open to offers in North America and Europe.
Plays whatever is needed
September 9, 2017
Odoamne finished H2K's sweep of Splyce with a 13/8/25 combined KDA.
Odoamne used Rumble in Game 1 to end with a 3/3/7 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 18 kills, but finishing with his team's lowest assist total and second-lowest kill total. In Game 2, Odoamne used Renekton and earned a 7/3/11 KDA. He was involved in 18 of 20 kills, tying Nuclear for the team-high kill total while also finishing with the second-highest assist total. For Game 3, Odoamne picked up Gnar and finished the series with a 3/2/7 KDA. He was involved in less than half of H2K's 21 kills but did enough regardless to help H2K push past Splyce and into the next round of the gauntlet.
Disappoints in lane
August 15, 2017
Odoamne went an overall 4/8/18 as H2k fell 1-2 to UoL Sunday.
Odoamne's Maokai shined overall in Game 1, as he was able to help his snowballing team with their long-range engages, which won them teamfights and the game. However, even in this lone win, Odo's laning phase was poor, as he was solo killed by Vizicsacsi's Cho'Gath. In Game 2 Odoamne looked better in lane on the surface, as he went up a bit in CS and dealt a lot of damage to the enemy turret, but given his advantage as Gnar against Cho'Gath, one would really hope for more, and Vizicsacsi was much more impactful outside of lane. In Game 3, Odoamne returned Maokai, and struggled largely due to his team's objective disadvantage. This was the primary source of Vizicsacsi's gold advantage on Shen, which allowed the latter to win the split-push, leaving few options for Odoamne.
Finds life in the top lane easy
August 11, 2017
Odoamne finished H2k's sweep of Mysterious Monkeys with a 7/3/13 combined KDA.
Odoamne ended Game 1 with a 5/0/5 KDA as Renekton. He was unkillable, finishing the game involved in 10 of H2k's 13 kills and leading the game in kills with five. In Game 2, Odoamne used Cho'gath to earn a 2/3/8 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 16 kills in the game, finishing behind only Chei in assists as H2k wrapped up a one-sided series.
Melts the competition
July 28, 2017
Odoamne ended Friday's sweep of Splyce with an 8/2/18 KDA in two games as Rumble.
Odoamne finished Game 1 with a 2/0/8 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 15 kills in Game 1, earning the third-highest assist total. In Game 2, Odoamne earned a 6/2/10 KDA. He was involved in all but one kill, tying Febiven for the game-high kill total. Odoamne was effective on Rumble in both games, using well-placed Equalizers and excellent area-of-effect damage to burn through Splyce in teamfights.
Spectacular in the split-push
June 18, 2017
Odoamne finished H2K's sweep of Team Vitality on Saturday with a KDA of 8/2/17.
Odoamne's Game 1 got off to a bit of a rough start, as he died in a 2-vs-2 fight less than eight minutes in. However, this was his only death all game, as he immediately bounced back and began picking up kills and applying split-push pressure. He never really caught up in farm to Cabochard's Renekton, but easily won the pressure war en route to a 6/1/6 KDA in the win. Odoamne switched to Shen in Game 2 and was equally successful on the tank. He took an early death once again, this time after assisting with a bot lane tower dive. However, once again this was his only death of the match, as he helped H2K dominate teamfights in the remainder of the game to go 2/1/11 and complete the sweep.
Strong tank play in big win
June 6, 2017
Odoamne posted a KDA of 3/3/20 in H2k's 2-0 win over Mysterious Monkeys on Saturday.
Odoamne did a great job of absorbing pressure from MM in Game 1, picking up an early assist around 10 minutes as Gragas. From there, while the monkeys kept things even throughout the early-mid game, Odoamne was a monstrous frontline presence, keeping H2k's double AD carry composition safe en route to a 2/3/9 KDA as H2k took Game 1 in 37 minutes. In Game 2, Odoamne was again busy in the early game, this time as Galio, helping Jankos' Elise pick up first blood before two minutes and then again just before six minutes. Roaming well, Odoamne helped H2k win a 3-for-0 in the middle lane at 12 minutes, snowballing them out of control. Odoamne's role was mainly to being utility and be a frontline beef, but a flawless 1/0/11 KDA showed how valuable Odoamne was to H2k's quick 27-minute win and 2-0 sweep.
Initial shortcomings followed up by dominant Fiora game.
June 2, 2017
Odoamne posted a 9/4/9 KDA in H2K's 2-0 series victory over Splyce on Thursday.
The first game of the series for Odoamne was far worse than his usual showing. He locked in Gragas, who has seen recent prominence in the lane. He was beaten in lane, and finished nearly 100 CS down. The mid and late game saw many whiffed Explosive Casks by Odoamne, who is usually consistent in bringing positive impact to H2k. Game 2, however, was a redemption game. He got a small lead early on as Fiora, and then abused it to finish the game 8/2/2. He likely could have posted a 10/0/0 KDA, but some reckless split-pushing and taking a 1-vs-3, and then a 1-vs-2, led to two unnecessary deaths. Overall, Odoamne looked unusually bad in Game 1, but his Game 2 dominance made up for that.
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