Team SoloMid
United States
Unable to find his way to victory in series loss
September 18, 2018
Mithy earned a series KDA of 2/10/26 during his team's series loss at the hands of Cloud9.
ANALYSIS
Although Mithy put up a strong performance during his team's series against C9, it simply wasn't enough to keep up with the enemy team's coordination. Starting the game off on Tahm Kench, he was able to do little other than delay his team's deaths in the game. Constantly focusing on saving people, he missed out on opportunities to find his team a lead, resulting in a defeat in the game. The next two games saw Mithy find his way onto Rakan and put up a much better performance. Although he was on a champion that he seemed more comfortable on, Mithy was ultimately only able to do as much as his team. As the team lacked coordination, things consistently went the way of the enemy team. In teamfights, Mithy found his way onto enemy carries but simply did not have the follow up necessary to close things out. While he struggled to maintain vision to get objective control, the enemy team was able to amass buffs that helped them win fights. Try as he might, Mithy could not bring his team back into the series, resulting in an unfortunate 3-0 series loss.
Quiet in series loss
September 18, 2018
Zven earned a series KDA of 9/10/17 during his team's 3-0 loss at the hands of Cloud9.
ANALYSIS
Although Zven didn't have a terrible performance, he was unable to put up the numbers necessary to bring his team a victory. He started things off on Varus and fell behind in lane. Despite his team being able to find an early game opportunity, going neck and neck with the enemy in kills, Zven could not find a way to get TSM ahead. As the game went on, he quickly found himself unable to reach the enemy team, resulting in a loss. The next two games went in similar fashion as Zven used a Xayah Rakan lane to attempt to find an earlier opening. Although he had arguably the best lane in the game, he simply could never get things going. As the games progressed, he found himself at the mercy of the enemy team. Try as he might, he could not deal the damage necessary in fights to turn the tides into TSM's favor. As a result, TSM fell 3-0 in the series.
Unable to find success in loss
September 18, 2018
Bjergsen earned a series KDA of 11/10/15 during his team's 3-0 loss at the hands of Cloud9.
ANALYSIS
Although he has consistently proven himself to be the strongest member of his team, Bjersgen's skill simply wasn't enough to help his team qualify for the World Championship. Although he had a consistently strong performance during the entire series, it was nowhere near enough to upset the coordination of Cloud 9. While Cloud 9 worked all three lanes in tandem to secure an advantage, Bjergsen struggled to get things going for himself. As his team was unsure of how to play the macro game, Bjergsen was relegated to trying to find an individual lead; something that the enemy team made sure not to allow. Try as he might, the story was the same in each game of the series, with Bjergsen's individual performance being overshadowed by the enemy team's coordination. As a result, TSM was defeated 3-0 in the series, shattering the team's final chance at attending the 2018 World Championship.
Outclassed in loss
September 17, 2018
Grig earned a series KDA of 2/11/21 during his team's series loss at the hands of Cloud 9.
ANALYSIS
Starting the series off on Zac, Grig simply was unable to provide the early game presence his team needed to secure a victory. Though he focused on objectives, he was not able to prevent the enemy team's carries from showing up, resulting in a defeat. As the series went on, Grig continued to falter, this time struggling to pick up objectives as he did in the first game. Giving up the biggest neutral monsters, he gave buffs away to the enemy team who was able to use them to great success. Although he did not have poor showings in the next two games, they were substandard enough to negatively impact his team. Falling behind early, he did not possess the tools necessary to come back. As his Nexus exploded in Game 3, Grig saw his chances at the World Championship slipping away, giving Cloud 9 the last North American seed.
Unable to find success
September 17, 2018
Hauntzer earned a 10/12/9 KDA during his team's 3-0 series defeat against Cloud9.
ANALYSIS
Throughout Hauntzer's performance against Cloud 9, he simply was unable to win lane and find success. Starting off on a tank, he had a decent showing with Sion, picking up a decent advantage for himself despite his team falling behind. In an extremely back and forth game, he was able to show off his strength despite his team's Game 1 loss. Unfortunately this was the extent of his success as the series progressed and he could not find an opening against a surprise pick. Up against a top lane Hecarim, he could not figure out how to play against the surprise pick. Struggling throughout lane, he could not find a way to recover until it was too late. Once his team was behind, he could not do much, unable to use Aatrox to find success. As a result, Team SoloMid quickly fell in each game, giving up the series 0-3 to Cloud9.
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