Hae Seong-min Mid Laner EDward Gaming League of Legends
April 23, 2017 Zet News
RotoWire Fantasy Analysis
Zet went an overall 8/10/9 in EDG's loss to RNG on Saturday.
Things did not start out well for Zet in this series, as his Caitlyn finished 0/3/0 in the Game 1 loss, down 70 CS to Uzi's Ashe. His scoreline vastly improved for his Game 2 on Varus, but he didn't do anything particularly impressive in the win, as his one death not only accounted for half of his team's, but also nearly gave RNG their only positive trade all game long. Returning to Caitlyn for Game 3, Zet was repeatedly caught out in the mid game by Ming's Nautilus despite his champion's range, leaving him tied at a game-high five deaths in the loss. Again, switching back to Varus made Zet look somewhat better, as he ended with a positive 2/1/1 KDA, but overall his impact on the game was somewhat negligible, and EDG still lost the game and series.