Run query: ChampPlayerTournamentMatchHistory

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Swip3rR on  Hecarim in IWCT 2015 Turkey (See Full MH)
Date P Team Vs W/L Len Vs K D A KDA Spells CS G Items SB MH VOD
2015-08-27 5.15 Chiefslogo std.png DTNGlogo std.png Loss 38:01 Maokai 2 4 3 1.2 Teleport.pngIgnite.png 262 11.8k EmptyIcon.pngMercury's Treads - Homeguard.pngRanduin's Omen.pngTrinity Force.pngSpirit Visage.pngEmptyIcon.png Greater Stealth Totem.png Link Link VOD
Total 1 0 1 0 2 4 3 1.25 262 6.89 11.8k 310 83.3% 33.3% 21%
All tournament  Hecarim games 1 0 1 0 2 4 3 1.25 262 6.89 11.8k 310 83.3% 33.3% 21%
All tournament Swip3rR games 10 5 5 50 3.5 3 7.2 3.57 220.8 6.02 11.97k 327 65.6% 21.5% 20.1%
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Name/Link 1
Name/Link 2 (Optional)



This query is primarily intended for use by clicking a link from a player stats page but may also be used on its own.

Instructions For Use - This page is in beta and so it's a bit complicated to use! Please read everything.

  1. Choose the champion you want to display from the dropdown.
  2. Go to the player's Match History page (e.g. if you want to show Faker, go to Faker/Match History).
  3. Click View Source in the upper-right-hand corner of the page (Edit if you're logged in).
  4. Copy each of the different names in [[SP Name::]] into the name fields. There may be unused fields on the template. This will ensure that you aren't missing any games due to namechanges or capitalization changes.
  5. Some players may have a field that says [[SP Link::]] (for example, Amazing (Maurice St├╝ckenschneider)/Match History). If this is the case, copy that link into the Link field.

Additional Notes:

  • You must have at least one argument filled in, either a name or a link.
  • Don't write the text "SP Name::" or "SP Link::" into the fields on this page; only write the names; e.g. you would write "Faker" or "Amazing (Maurice St├╝ckenschneider)".
  • Fields are case-sensitive and underscore/space sensitive. This runs contrary to what you might know about how MediaWiki works, but that's how the Semantic database works. That's why you need so many fields for some players.