Misaya

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Infobox Player
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Player has retired.
Misaya
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Background Information
Name: Yu Jingxi (禹景曦)
Country of Birth: China China
Birthday: October 19, 1992 (1992-10-19) (age 24)
Residency: News Label - China.png China
Competitive
Role: Mid
Favorite champions:
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Alternate IDs: 请叫我中路杀神, 取经中的稳健少年, 最亮的光, 无法击败的风, 熊猫杀神若风, ImbaWind, Elocaze (EUW), GodKiller Feng (KR), BLood Lad V (KR), MidGodKiller (KR), M1dGodKiller, MidGodKi1ler, StayNight丶, WEGIGABYTEMisaya, Misaya CN (NA), Shark Prince (NA), WE MadWind, Y max (KR)
Nicknames: 若风 (Wind)
Peak League:
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Diamond I (KR)
Peak League:
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Challenger I (CN)
Social Media and Links
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Team History
Mar 2011 - Dec 2013
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 Team WE
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Yu "Misaya" Jingxi is a Chinese player who was formerly the mid laner and captain for Team WE. He retired from League of Legends December 2013.

Biography

Trivia

  • Primarily known for his
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     Twisted Fate[1], which is his favourite champion.[2] He had never lost a match with
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     Twisted Fate in competitive play until the final of GIGABYTE Stars War League Season 2 vs. Invictus Gaming.
  • Represented China at the Riot World Invitational held in Las Vegas.[3]
  • Originally played DotA, then moved on to League of Legends along with a few friends, and due to his skill at the game, he caught the attention of World Elite, and thus he became a member of the team.
  • His DotA career was rather unsuccessful, marked by a broadcasted match in which he used Lion's ultimate, Finger of Death, on a creep due to a misclick. Scolded frequently by DotA fans over this, he eventually quit DotA.
  • During his high school days, he had numerous arguments with his parents due to his low grades and constant skipping of class to play video games at an internet cafe, leading him to leave home to pursue his career as a professional gamer.
  • Was one of the World Cyber Games 2013 torch relays.[4]
  • Regarded as one of the greatest players in the history of league of legends.


Achievements

  • 2013
  • 2012
  • 2011

Interviews

External Links

Gallery

References

  1. World Elite Team Summary ggchronicle.com
  2. League of Legends - Pro Player Pick: Misaya Picks Twisted Fate youtube.com
  3. Riot World Invitational Summary ggchronicle.com
  4. 专访WE若风:能担任WCG火炬手让我倍感荣幸lol.uuu9.com