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Zet

Hae Seong-min   Mid Laner EDward Gaming  League of Legends

Birthdate:  August 21, 1997     19 Years Old

April 23, 2017    Zet News

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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.

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April 23, 2017

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.

April 20, 2017

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Zet put up a KDA of 17/7/16 in EDward Gaming's 3-0 sweep of Newbee in the quarterfinals of the LPL Spring Playoffs.

Zet and Meiko were a perfect pair in Game 1 to get the win. He picked up the first blood just 10 minutes in and never let up from there. He was always in the background putting out consistent damage for his team to continue moving along to the 36-minute win. Zet continued to be a force in Game 2, playing on Caitlyn. He picked up a kill in the first major teamfight of the game in the bottom lane to push his team ahead once again. Teamfights were the name of the game for the EDG bottom lane, as they pushed Newbee's bottom lane around ridiculously to pick up the win. Zet was on Kog'Maw in Game 3 and got off to a rough start. He died early on, and Meiko actually picked up the early kills here and there. As the game progressed, he managed to get ahold of things and help his team to a fairly easy 3-0 sweep.

April 17, 2017

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Zet scored a 7/8/24 KDA in EDward Gaming's 2-1 series victory against QG Reapers on Sunday.

Zet had a great start to Game 1 on Ashe which included winning the first two skirmishes in the bottom lane. He had plenty of protection from QG's diving threats allowing his to deal out the second most damage to champions and a solid 3/2/11 KDA. In Game 2, the early skirmishes didn't go as well as he traded a death for a kill. He didn't get as good of protection in the later teamfights and finished with a lowly 3/4/5 KDA. Zet switched to Varus for Game 3 and had little impact throughout. He had deaths early and participated in most of the teamfights, but had less damage dealt to champions than his support Zyra. Zet still earned a decent 1/2/8 KDA in Game 3.

April 15, 2017

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Zet ended EDG's win over VG with a 7/1/12 KDA in two games as Ashe.

Zet ended Game 1 with a 2/1/4 KDA. He picked up an assist during an early game 3-vs-3 fight in the bottom lane, a kill and assist in the first teamfight and a kill and two assists in the final teamfight. Zet was unkillable in Game 2, finishing with a 5/0/8 KDA. He had an assist on first blood and two assists taking out Bengi and Caveman in the mid game. He took out Caveman for his first kill and had two kills and an assist in the first teamfight. He had an assist in the second teamfight and two kills and two assists in the final teamfight to help lead EDG to victory.

March 25, 2017

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Zet ended EDG's series loss to I May on Friday with a 8/9/14 KDA.

Zet had his best performance of the series in Game 1 on Varus as he finished with a 6/3/8 KDA. He was a bully in lane with his Piercing Arrow shots allowing him to build a large CS lead. In the late game teamfights of Game 1 Zet often overstepped being aggressive, trading his life for kills. In Game 2 Zet was on Ashe and had a CS lead in lane early, but it didn't last until long. EDG had a hard time getting to the carries with Tahm Kench protecting them and eventually lost Game 2. Zet was on Ashe again in Game 3 and had another solid laning phase. However, he made some poor choices to fight solo that cost him his life. EDG couldn't seem to get their teamfight coordination down as it lost Game 3.

February 10, 2017

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Zet ended Friday's 2-1 win over GT with a 12/4/28 combined KDA.

Using Varus in Game 1, Zet ended with a 6/3/2 KDA. He picked up EDG's first kill of the game picking off Wushuang in the mid game and a kill during a 3-vs-3 in the top lane. He picked off Xubin in the mid game for his third kill and grabbed a kill in the second teamfight. A double kill and an assist in the fourth teamfight weren't enough to stop GT from taking Game 1. In Game 2, Zet picked Ashe and finished with a 4/0/16 KDA. He picked up an assist during an early 2-vs-2 fight in the bottom lane and a kill and an assist during a dive in the bottom lane. He used Enchanted Crystal Arrow to set up kills throughout the game, creating picks onto Savoki twice. Zet picked up three assists in the third teamfight of the game, a kill and four assists in the third teamfight, and five assists in the final teamfight to force Game 3. Returning to Varus for Game 3, Zet ended with a 2/1/10 KDA. He picked up a double kill during an early 2-vs-2 in the bottom lane and an assist in the first teamfight. Zet was assist focused in Game 3, picking up two assists in the third teamfight, an assist in the fourth and fifth teamfights, and three assists in the final teamfight to help EDG close out the series.

January 20, 2017

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Zet finished EDG's sweep of VG with a 10/0/15 combined KDA.

Zet was unkillable on Caitlyn in Game 1, finishing with a 5/0/5 KDA. He picked up an assist on EDG's second kill of the game and an assist in the first teamfight to start off strong. He grabbed a double kill and an assist during the second teamfight after EDG secured Baron. A double kill and three assists in the final teamfight helped EDG ace Vici and take Game 1. Zet was again unkillable in Game 2, finishing 5/0/10 on Jhin. He picked up a kill and an assist during an early 3-vs-2 fight in the bottom lane and two assists moments later during a four-man dive. An assist on EDG's fifth kill and a kill and assist in the second teamfight followed. Zet grabbed a kill each in the third, fifth, and final teamfights to help EDG sweep Vici in his debut as the team's new ADC.

December 19, 2016

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Former ROX Tigers mid laner, Cry, has renamed himself as Zet and joined Edward Gaming as their AD Carry, reports Kelsey Moser of Yahoo! eSports.

An interesting move by EDG as they replace Deft with a former substitute mid laner in the AD Carry role. Perhaps the move will be beneficial for both Zet and EDG as the former mid laner has been pairing with Meiko on the Korean Servers as a marksman. Cry was stuck behind KurO as a starter for ROX, but will finally get a chance to get into the limelight in the LPL.

July 9, 2016

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Cry earned a lackluster 0/1/3 KDA on Azir in Game 1 against SK Telecom.

After constantly performing well and being given the starting position over KurO, Cry finally broke his streak of strong performances. In Game 1 against SK Telecom, he opted for Azir and was met with Faker's LeBlanc. He was unable to do much in the early game, as he simply farmed in lane against Faker. As the game began to open up at 20 minutes, Cry was able to prevent several of SKT's dives with well placed Azir ultimates. As SKT began outrotating ROX and creating picks, Cry was unable to do much except use his passive to retain lane pressure. As skirmishes continued to break out, Cry struggled to pick up kills for himself or his team. His opponent did the opposite, with Faker finding kills left and right while remaining alive with just a sliver of health after each skirmish. As SKT began to close out the game, Cry was unable to do much, standing in the back and poking. Unable to pick up any kills, he sat by idly as SKT took the first game of the series. With the defeat, ROX opted to sub out Cry for the remainder of the series.

June 18, 2016

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Cry earned a series KDA of 6/4/12 in ROX's victory.

Cry had a tough game to start off the series, to say the least. Opting for Ryze into Coco's Vladimir, he struggled to get within range to deal damage and was unable to keep up with the enemy laners sustain. As a result, he relied heavily on his team to carry him. Thankfully, PraY was able to show up and shut down the fed Vladimir in a final teamfight to secure victory for his team. After the victory, Cry was able to find his stride to start off Game 2. Being able to pick Vladimir for himself in the game, he showed that he was much better on the champion that Coco. Finding an extremely early lead, he roamed and grouped with his team to set up fights that were huge for ROX. Earning a 5/0/8 KDA in the final game, he stormed his way to victory, securing the series sweep for ROX.

June 10, 2016

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Cry earned a KDA of 1/1/4 on LeBlanc to lead his team to a Game 1 victory.

After having several impressive performances over his last couple of series, it was no surprise that Cry was able to find himself an early advantage in the game. Taking advantage of the fact that he had teleport while his opponent had barrier, he joined a fight in the bottom lane to secure several kills with his team to propel them ahead in the early game. This proved to be enough of a lead for ROX, as they used it to secure multiple objectives. Dying only once in the game, Cry was able to participate in over half of his team's kills to lead them to a successful Game 1. Despite his strong showing that led to a victory, he was subbed out for the remainder of the series.

June 7, 2016

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Cry earned a 1/4/3 KDA on Vladimir in Game 2 against SKT.

After KurO had a terrible showing on Vladimir, Cry was given the opportunity to prove himself as the better of the two players. Unfortunately for himself and ROX, he was unable to do so, doing just as poorly as his predecessor in the game before. He started off the game poorly, getting solo killed by faker just eight minutes into the game. From then on out, he was forced to play from behind and was unable to find an opening falling further and further behind as SKT secured dragon after dragon. After nearly mounting a comeback for his team, he began falling once again in teamfights, resulting in SKT closing out the second game in a convincing fashion and claiming the series victory.

June 2, 2016

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Cry earned a series KDA of 12/4/14 against MVP to earn ROX their first series victory of the split.

As KurO has been underperforming, Cry was forced to fill the void left by the previously dominant mid laner. He was able to start the series off strong in Game 1 with an impressive performance on Varus to dominate Ian's Azir. Although he was unable to garner many solo kills, he was able to group with his team after getting an advantage to take control of the mid game and claim victory after just 30 minutes. The second game of the series would not go as well for Cry, who was up against Ian's Varus and a surprise Amumu pick. The composition from MVP did wonders to keep cry down, who was forced into wave clearing and trying to stall for his team. He was able to keep his team in the game for a relatively long time but was unable to mount a comeback after being down nearly 10,000 gold. After the loss, he was able to come into the final game of the series with a strong showing on Azir. Earning a near perfect KDA, he dominated lane and stomped the rest of the game. The impressive final showing earned a 28 minute victory and secured ROX's first series victory of the split.