MinD_ContRoL - the golden stand-in
Normally it's a disadvantage if one of your players can't compete at a tournament because of visa issues. However, Peter 'ppd' Dager signed the perfect stand-in for The Kuala Lumpur Major.
Team Liquid didn't qualify for the Major, so Ivan 'MinD_ContRoL' Borislavov was able to help out Ninjas in Pyjamas.
He had his best game at the Major probably against TNC Predator in the Lower Bracket with 16 kills and only one death. This was enough to rank him in the top three with 12.4%.
YapzOr - the most incredible support
Team Secret came close winning the event without a single loss - and one reason for that is their position four support. Yazied 'YapzOr' Jaradat had a great performance throughout the whole tournament.
He proved that he can play with different heroes and changed from being a top-level Rubick player to a top-level player on any hero Clement 'Puppey' Ivanov drafts for him. The Secret player is ranked on the second place in our voting with 13.4%.
RAMZES666 - the ultimate carry
The MVP of The Kuala Lumpur Major is none other than Roman 'RAMZEs' Kushnarev. The 19 year old Russian carry had a phenomenal tournament. The most picked hero during the tournament was Terrorblade with 50 picks and 32 bans - one of RAMZES666 favourite heroes right now.
No wonder, that VP's carry had a 7.84 KDA - the best of every player competing at the Major. He also leads the ranking in experience per minutes and is in the top three of gold per minute.
RAMZES666 picked Terrorblade in nine out of 20 games at the Major and lost only three matches on the hero. He also had three games without a single death. 15/0/24 against Evil Geniuses in Game One, 6/0/5 and 10/0/12 in game one and two against Fnatic. In the end RAMZES666 got 15.4% in the voting and is the first Major MVP of the season.
Photo credit: ESL - Adela Sznajder