Chei
Choi Sun-ho 
South Korea
H2k-Gaming
Lacks impact
August 15, 2017
0/5/28 was Chei's overall KDA in H2k's 1-2 loss to UoL Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Chei was perhaps the least involved player in this series, despite his strong KDA. The majority of his scoreline came from Game 1, in which he had a 0/1/20 performance on Janna. However, given the champion he was playing and his team's snowball victory, this is hardly remarkable. Neither his Karma in Game 2 nor his Thresh in Game 3 had much of an impact at all, as his overall KDA in these two losses was 0/4/8.
Thresh on point
August 11, 2017
Chei finished H2k's 2-0 win over Mysterious Monkeys with a 1/6/16 KDA in two games as Thresh.
ANALYSIS
Chei ended Game 1 with a 1/1/5 KDA. He was involved in only six of 13 kills, but did finish tied with Jankos and Odoamne for the second-highest assist total in the game. In Game 2, Chei earned a 0/5/11 KDA. He had an assist on 11 of 16 kills, leading the game in assists, but also finishing with his team's highest death total. It was no issue however, as H2k closed out the sweep.
Double-digit assists in both games
July 28, 2017
Chei ended Friday's sweep of Splyce with a 1/4/26 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Chei finished Game 1 with a 1/2/11 KDA as Thresh. He was involved in 12 of 15 kills in Game 1, leading H2K with 11 assists. In Game 2, Chei used Trundle to earn a 0/2/15 KDA. He was involved in all but two of H2K's kills in Game 2, picking up an assist on 15 of H2K's kills to lead the game. Chei had double-digit assists in both games of the sweep, helping H2K to a one-sided series win.
Shows his worth in match against G2
July 24, 2017
Chei ended H2k-Gaming defeat at the hands of G2 Esports with a 7/6/24 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Trying to look good as a support on a losing team is almost always a lost cause, but Chei managed to make it happen. While he was a mere footnote in the first two games that H2k lost, he was the star of the show in Game 2. His Thresh play was some of the best we've seen in the EU LCS to date, as he not only controlled his lane, but managed to control mid lane and the jungle as well. Some early attention from Jankos was all it took to unlock Chei from the bottom lane, and the results were as spectacular as they were devastating for G2 Esports, who never stood a chance at winning the game. Chei was rewarded for his efforts with a frankly ludicrous 6/0/18 KDA, the highest in the game. His performance was strong enough in Game 2 that when the series ended, he still came out with the higher KDA of the two teams' supports, despite losing the series.
Immaculate support play
June 18, 2017
Chei went an overall 0/2/29 as H2K-Gaming swept Team Vitality on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Things looked a bit grim for H2K for a moment in Game 1, as Vitality grabbed the first three kills of the match within the span of 30 seconds less than eight minutes into the game. However, Chei's Tahm Kench was there to strike back for his team, making roam after roam with his AD carry using Abyssal Voyage to get H2K right back into the gold lead, eventually going 0/1/12 in the Game 1 win. He couldn't make the same sorts of plays in Game 2 on Braum, but nevertheless was a fantastic frontline presence for H2K, and again only gave up a single death in the victory.
Makes plays throughout series vs Mysterious Monkeys
June 6, 2017
Chei earned a KDA of 5/3/19 in H2k's dominating 2-0 Saturday sweep of Mysterious Monkeys in the EU LCS.
ANALYSIS
Chei played well throughout the series, beginning with a strong showing as Zyra in Game 1. While Chei got put behind by a Lamabear Kha'Zix gank early on, Chei recovered well enough in the mid game, landing crowd control combos to dictate the pace of teamfights against MM's aggressive all-in pick comp. While he didn't deal a massive amount of damage, as one would expect from a Zyra, his 4/3/7 KDA for 79 percent kill participation was good enough to help H2k take a Game 1 win. Switching over to Braum for Game 2, it took a while for Chei to get in the game as he and Nuclear dominated the MM bot lane in the 2-vs-2 matchup. When Chei did get involved, he did so in a big way, linking up with various H2k members to set up picks in MM's jungle as the Monkeys completely fell apart late. Chei was on fire as H2k secured the 27-minute Game 2 win, posting a flawless 1/0/12 KDA for 72 percent kill participation.
Rock-solid Thresh games yield consistency
June 2, 2017
Chei posted a 5/2/23 KDA in H2K's 2-0 series victory over Splyce on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
Chei was lucky enough to get two games of Thresh in one series, and he did not disappoint. Both games were filled with great engage and disengage, as well as followup by the team. Overall not much can be said about this series, as Chei didn't have to do much for H2K to run away with the victory. That being said, Chei was rock solid and did plenty to contribute to the win.
Doesn't get much room to shine in loss
April 11, 2017
Chei posted a 1/16/8 KDA in H2K's 0-3 loss to Fnatic on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Essentially, Chei suffered from the same issues that Nuclear did. The bottom lane duo feasts and famines together, so if one does bad, they both do bad. However, Chei's poor stats were a result of his team's poor play. Much really can't be sad about Chei because he didn't really get a chance to shine and he isn't the shotcaller for H2K. Fnatic simply looked far more prepared for the series than H2K in terms of overall readiness.
Fantastic on Lulu
March 25, 2017
Chei went an overall 4/8/25 as H2K took down Vitality 2-1 Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Chei started out this series on Lulu, and truly demonstrated the power of the pick. His Wild Growths were always placed on the correct target, and seldom missed out on landing a key knockup as well. His use of Exhaust and Polymorph was also excellent, keeping his backline even safer and in one case nabbing his team an extra kill by preventing Cabochard from taking a Blast Cone. He finished 0/0/14 in the win before switching to Karma for Game 2. Here he was less successful, as started out by getting picked for first blood before the one-minute mark, and continued to be caught out of position the rest of the game. His Game 3 on Zyra was better, however, as he actually found himself with a pair of early kills cleaning up Djoko's Lee Sin. He continued his habit of getting caught somewhat, but this time around it was sometimes in his team's advantage, as they used it to engage with Stand United. H2K took a large early lead and eventually closed out the series despite a scary comeback attempt by Vitality.
Handles Fnatic with ease
March 3, 2017
Chei ended Thursday's 2-0 win over Fnatic with a 1/4/15 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Using Karma in Game 1, Chei ended with a 1/3/6 KDA. He picked up a kill in the first teamfight of the game and an assist in the third teamfight. He helped pick off Rekkles in the late game and grabbed two assists in the fourth and final teamfights of the game to close out the win. Chei ended Game 2 with a 0/1/9 KDA as Malzahar. He picked up two assists in the first teamfight of the game and helped pick off sOAZ in the mid game. He grabbed an assist during a 3-vs-3 fight in the bot lane, an assist picking off Jesiz in the late game and four assists in the final teamfight.
Struggles with the team in tilting loss
February 27, 2017
Chei posted a KDA of 1/7/17 in H2K's 1-2 series loss to Flash Wolves at the semifinals of IEM Katowice.
ANALYSIS
Chei's Malzahar in Game 1 gave up an early first blood to Karsa's Graves around three minutes but otherwise was solid throughout a tumultuous game of what was essentially chicken. With both teams afraid of overcommitting and losing everything in a volatile late game, Chei's Nether Grasp eventually helped H2K take a 63-minute Game 1 win, earning a 1/3/5 KDA for 86 percent kill participation. Taking Nautilus into Game 2, Chei helped turn a 3-vs-2 dive in the bottom lane around for H2K, giving Nuclear first blood on Karsa's Graves. Despite the early lead, however, H2K still looked incredibly indecisive, allowing Flash Wolves to come back into the game despite their superior objective control. Posting a KDA of 0/3/6, Chei couldn't be the engage in the bottom lane that H2K were looking for in a 45-minute loss. All of H2K suffered in Game 3, including Chei's Nami. As Flash Wolves came out of the gates swinging, H2K's lack of a tank meant that Chei had to work overtime healing his carries with Ebb and Flow while keeping FW's pick comp off of them with Aqua Prisons and Tidal Waves. Unable to keep H2K from tilting with a KDA of 0/1/6, Chei couldn't do much as Flash Wolves took the series with a 46-minute Game 3 win.
Passable series for H2K support
February 25, 2017
Chei went an overall 5/6/22 as H2K took down HKE 2-1 at IEM Katowice.
ANALYSIS
Starting out the series on Zyra, Chei had a couple of timely roams in the early and mid game that contributed to skirmish victories for H2K. Other than that, however, Chei's early-game contributions were minimal in this series. Some of Chei's teamfighting positioning in Game 1 was also questionable, attempting flanks as a squishy support champion that, predictably, didn't garner much. In Games 2 and 3 on Miss Fortune and Braum, respectively, Jankos got H2K such an early lead that not much was required of Chei. As a result, Chei didn't make many plays in these games, but his play was still sufficient to help his team to a 2-1 series victory.
Unkillable in win over HKE
February 22, 2017
Chei helped H2K defeat Hong Kong eSports with a 0/0/10 KDA as Tahm Kench.
ANALYSIS
Chei picked up two assists during a four-man dive in the bottom lane and three assists in the first teamfight of the game. He was able to pick up an assist in the first teamfight and three assists in the final teamfight to help H2K to an easy win. His use of Devour helped keep his teammates safe, and his strong overall play kept him from giving away a kill.
Identical KDA in two Karma games
February 17, 2017
Chei finished Friday with a 0/6/30 KDA in two games on Karma.
ANALYSIS
Chei ended Game 1 with a 0/3/15 KDA. He picked up an assist on H2K's first two kills and two assists in the first teamfight. Chei was able to set up a massive 15 kills in the game and helped H2K win teamfights with excellent shielding. In Game 2, Chei ended with a 0/3/15 KDA again. He picked up two assists in the first two teamfights of the game and helped pick off Memento in the mid game. Chei again proved vital to H2K's success, with good shielding and poke damage throughout the game.
Dies frequently despite win
February 11, 2017
Chei put up a 1/11/15 KDA in H2K's sweep over ROCCAT on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Chei picked up the Malzahar in Game 1 and while he started out poor, he recovered late. He was taken down for first blood just over seven minutes into the game, but then just put that behind him to help his team get the win. His Nether Grasps were used well to lock down key members of the enemy and get an edge in teamfights. Switching over to Tahm Kench in Game 2, Chei was able to use his Devour to save his teammates and throttle his opponents at various points in the game. He took many bullets for his teammates late in the game when ROCCAT were winning some fights to make the game interesting. ROCCAT made a fatal mistake to try and get a Baron late, which led to H2K shutting them down and grabbing the series sweep.