Liu Shi-Wei 
ahq e-Sports Club
Steps down from competitive play
January 3, 2018
Westdoor will not play during the 2018 Spring Split, AHQ's official Facebook page reports.
The post does mention that this isn't a retirement, leaving the door open for Westdoor to return at some point if he chooses. Formerly one of the most feared mid laners in the LMS, Westdoor has declined in recent years, splitting AHQ's mid lane with Chawy. With Westdoor's break and Chawy's departure, AHQ will hand over mid lane duties to Wako.
Early double kill his lone highlight
October 8, 2016
Westdoor finished AHQ's Friday loss to H2K with a 2/5/2 KDA on Lissandra.
Westdoor tried to make plays in this game, but struggled to really set up any once his team fell behind. He picked up an early double kill during a 3-vs-3 fight in the top lane, but H2K won the fight three-for-two as they took an early lead. From there on, Westdoor attempted to engage and use Ring of Frost to lock down H2K in teamfights. While in theory a good plan, he was often blown up quickly even after using his Frozen Tomb to make himself invulnerable for a short period of time. AHQ lacked the damage needed to turn teamfights in their favor.
Supportive performance on Day 1
September 30, 2016
Westdoor finished Thursday with a 2/3/6 KDA as Malzahar.
Westdoor was supportive on Malzahar during the Day 1 action, wave-clearing in the mid and late game and playing patiently. He was solo killed by Ryu in the mid game to give away AHQ's second death, but picked up an assist in the first teamfight of the game. He found revenge by picking off Ryu in the mid game for his first kill, with his second kill coming in the fifth teamfight of the game to allow AHQ to secure their second Baron of the game. He used Nether Grasp to set up kills for his team and pushed the mid lane throughout the game to give AHQ map pressure.
Westdoor: Puts together a gaudy KDA in Day Three of the All-Star Event
December 12, 2015
Westdoor carried the LMS All-Stars to a Day Three victory with an impressive 10/1/7 KDA on Kassadin.
Westdoor lost the battle of the farm lane early on, falling behind by 15 creep score in the first 10 minutes. That said, he was part of a well executed bot lane three-for-zero turret dive and a solo kill mid lane that set him at 2/0/2 after fifteen minutes. He snowballed hard from that point forward, taking a huge pentakill during a team fight and becoming almost unkillable, resulting in a strong performance.
Westdoor: Plays poorly during Day Two loss
December 11, 2015
Westdoor finished with a 2/3/4 KDA playing Twisted Fate during the loss to the European All-Stars.
He fell behind Froggen early and was the victim of a nice kill by Amazing in the first 10 minutes setting him even further behind. While the early CS deficit left Westdoor's team in an early hole, he was able to recover near the end of the contest, but by that point it was too little too late.
Westdoor: Struggles to stop Rookie during Game One of All-Star Event
December 10, 2015
Westdoor finished Game One of the All-Star Event with a 3/3/2 KDA on Ahri during the loss to the LPL All-Stars.
He farmed well, but that wasn't enough to offset Rookie, who gained a two-kill advantage early due to a successful early roaming period. The early kill advantage directly led to a favorable item spike for Rookie, which ultimately diminished Westdoor's effectiveness despite a handful of solo kills from the mid.
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