Kevin Lindstrom 
Florida Mayhem
A silent killer on the sideline
March 19, 2018
TivQ was a solid source of damage for the Florida Mayhem against the Los Angeles Valiant in a 3-1 victory on Day 2 in Week 4 of Stage 2 of the OWL.
This series TviQ rarely popped off, but was undeniably had a huge presence throughout the series. While early on he got caught out of position, once settled TviQ was able to consistently apply damage on the Valiant players. This sideline style of DPS players opens up many possibilities for a team, and TviQ showed he can easily pull off this role.
Unable to push through stout Gladiator frontline
March 16, 2018
TviQ started strong, but ultimately came up short in the Florida Mayhem's 2-1 loss to the Los Angeles Gladiators on Friday.
Running a variety of DPS heroes, TviQ looked incredibly strong despite his team being handed a loss in this series. His Sombra was a nuisance on Volskaya Industries and his Tracer was on fire throughout the entire match. Some of his problems came when he tried to use Hanzo in the second half, but it left his team without enough DPS to break through the frontline of the Gladiators. At the end of the day, however, TviQ was very strong overall and should continue helping this Mayhem team battle back in the standings as the season progresses.
TviQ against the world
January 26, 2018
TviQ was the only bright spot in an otherwise terrible 4-0 sweep of the Florida Mayhem by the Houston Outlaws.
TviQ looked like the only man on the stage for the Florida Mayhem as he was continually let down by his fellow DPS. The Mayhem looked lost against Houston, leaving TviQ essentially to carry the team on his own.
Can't carry Florida against Seoul
January 18, 2018
TivQ is a well-known name in the history of Competitive Overwatch, but even he struggled in a 0-4 loss against Seoul Dynasty on Wednesday in the Overwatch League.
Despite being one of the big names in the western hemisphere, TivQ too would falter against the dominating South Korean team but his heart was unwavering, as his performance on every map, especially Dorado, kept the Florida Mayhem in play for as long as humanly possible. Being a flexible DPS, TivQ can adapt to several situations and switch to the necessary tools when needed, but for some reason, his presence on Soldier 76 was absent despite the situation needing it. Logix instead played Soldier but with his inconsistency, it may have been smarter for TivQ to take care of the hitscan hero, but he may have felt pressured to deal with Fleta himself, in which case TivQ's performance should improve overtime against other opponents and as the team has more time to fix mistakes.
Continues to struggle with consistency
January 13, 2018
TviQ continued his streak of dealing plenty of chip damage with minimal overall game impact in Florida Mayhem's 4-0 loss to the Boston Uprising on Friday.
TviQ got off to a slow start leaving Logix to do much of the heavy lifting and even prompting Zebbosai to swap onto more hybrid heroes to supplement DPS. Despite a brief resurgence after halftime, TviQ's performance was just too little too late.
Trying to make an impact
January 12, 2018
TviQ did some damage to the London Spitfire in the Florida Mayhem's 1-3 loss on Thursday during the OWL.
TviQ is a force to be reckoned with on any map with an arsenal of heroes in his belt. However, despite some killer Genji Dragonblades early on he made less of an impact as the series went on. This culminated on Numbani where he wasn't able to take anyone down as Widowmaker, and couldn't match London's cohesion. TviQ needs to become more consistent throughout a match in order to contend with the top dogs.
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