|Country of Birth||Taiwan|
|Alternate IDs||yoeFW Maple (TW)(KR), 楓棠歲月|
|Team||Start Date||End Date||Role|
Maple started off his career with Gamania Bears. The team was quickly able to become a top team in their region and qualified for the Season 3 World Championship through the Season 3 Taiwan Regional Finals. Despite being knocked out in their first match after an 0-2 loss against SK Telecom T1, Gama Bears were able to rebound quickly and won the Hong Kong Esports Tournament after a 2-0 victory against Insidious Gaming Exile. In October of 2013, Maple would join the Flash Wolves.
During 2014, Maple and the Flash Wolves were able to manage a 4th place finish in the 2014 LNL Winter. They would also win the Hong Kong Esports Tournament Season 2 with a 2-0 victory against Invictus Gaming.
Due to their 1st-place finish at IEM Season IX - Taipei, yoe Flash Wolves were invited to compete at the IEM Season IX - World Championship. After a Round 1 loss against SK Gaming, Maple and the team went on to beat Cloud9 in Round 1 of the losers bracket. Round 2 of the losers bracket saw the team's 2nd meeting of the tournament with SK Gaming. A win against the European team secured the yoe Flash Wolves a place in the bracket stage. They were eventually knocked out of the tournament in the semifinals after losing to Team SoloMid.
With a second and third place LMS finish under their belt, the Flash Wolves had obtained a tie for the most LMS Championship Points behind ahq e-Sports Club, and were invited to the 2015 LMS Regional Qualifiers. There, yoe Flash Wolves avenged their playoff loss by defeating Hong Kong Esports 3-2 and acquiring a spot in the 2015 World Championship.
At the World Championship, the yoe Flash Wolves were expected by many analysts to have one of the weakest showings of any team in attendance. However, after a 4-2 group stage with wins over favorites KOO Tigers and Counter Logic Gaming, the Flash Wolves emerged first from groups, becoming the first team in two years to finish ahead of a Korean team in groups at Worlds. In the tournament quarterfinals, Flash Wolves lost 1-3 to Origen, earning a top eight finish.
Despite Flash Wolves' problems, Maple was regarded as one of the best mid laners in the World through 2015 and heading into 2016.
Flash Wolves would go on to have a really impressive 2016 season, winning their first two LMS titles in the 2016 LMS Spring Playoffs and 2016 LMS Summer Playoffs and finishing 3rd-4th at the 2016 Mid-Season Invitational.
Qualifying for the 2016 World Championship as Taiwan's #1 seed, Flash Wolves was placed in Group B along with SK Telecom T1, IMay and Cloud9. They were unable to get out of groups, along with Chinese's 3rd seed IMay, thus cutting their Worlds run short. However, this is not the last tournament for Maple this year, as Flash Wolves have qualified for IEM XI Oakland.
Maple and his team had a good performance at IEM, despite the fact that they subbed in a trainee for long-time AD Carry, NL. In the Semifinals, they were able to beat Longzhu Gaming (2-0). And although they lost to Unicorns of Love in the finals, they are able to take the series to Game 5, ending it at 2-3.
|2016-05-14||2016 Mid-Season Invitational||FW 1 : 3 Counter Logic Gaming|
|2016-04-17||2016 LMS Spring Playoffs||Flash Wolves 3 : 0 ahq e-Sports Club|
|2016-03-27||2016 LMS Spring Season||FW 9-2-3 Not found|
|2015-08-29||Hong Kong Esports Tournament Season 3||FW 3 : 1 Hong Kong Esports|
|2015-08-16||2015 Season Taiwan Regional Finals||FW 3 : 2 Hong Kong Esports|
|2015-07-25||2015 LMS Summer Playoffs||FW 1 : 3 Hong Kong Esports|
|2015-07-12||2015 LMS Summer Season||fw 9-3-2 Not found|
|2015-04-12||2015 LMS Spring Playoffs||fw 1 : 3 ahq e-Sports Club|
|2015-03-22||2015 LMS Spring Season||fw 19 : 2 Not found|
|2015-03-14||IEM Season IX - World Championship||fw 1 : 2 Team SoloMid|
|2015-01-30||IEM Season IX - Taipei||yoe.fw 3 : 2 Taipei Assassins|
|2015-01-17||HKESC Winter Playoffs||yoe.fw 3 : 2 Hong Kong Esports|
|2015-01-04||2014 CGA Major League||yoe.fw 2 : 0 No Game No Life|
|2014-08-31||2nd Hong Kong Esports Tournament||yoe.fw 2 : 0 Invictus Gaming|
|2014-01-04||2014 LNL Winter||yoe.fw 13 : 8 Not found|
|2013-12-29||Dell Invitational Cup VI||yoe.fw 2 : 0 Bangkok Titans|
|2013-08-31||Hong Kong Esports Tournament||gamania bears 2 : 0 [[File:|link=|60px]] Insidious Gaming Exile|
|2013-08-29||Season 3 Taiwan Regional Finals||gamania bears 3 : 2 Taipei Snipers|
- October 1st, Flash Wolves // Maple: I really want to play against LGD's mid laner. translated by Rach on Gold Per 10
- October 8th, Flash Wolves defeat KOO to win Group A with LoL Esports
- October 9th, Interview with FW's Maple & Karsa IG's mid-jungle synergy is the strongest; we're afraid of meeting EDG. translated by Rach on Gold Per 10
- January 13th - 《季前專訪》Maple：「2016年是為了報答四葉！」 with Flash Wolves
- May 5th - Maple on Flash Wolves in groups: 'We hope to get the number 2 spot' with YAHOO! Esports
- May 6th - Maple on getting over international nerves: 'This time I’m more mentally prepared' with TheScoreEsports
- October 2nd - Maple: Fan support helped Flash Wolves overcome Worlds struggles and beat SKT with The Rift Herald
- October 3rd - FW MAPLE: "I THINK THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS TO HAVE A GOOD MINDSET, AND NOT BE AFRAID TO LOSE." with Esports Heaven
- October 9th - Maple: 'Even though Korea is still kind of miles ahead, everyone else is pretty even' with theScore Esports
- April 23rd - Meet Flash Wolves after 2017 LMS spring final with Flash Wolves
Articles & Videos
- November 12th - FW x LOL｜2016 IEM Oakland：Meet Players by Flash Wolves
- November 20th - Flash Wolves Defeat Longzhu, Face Unicorns of Love at IEM Oakland Finals by Matt Best (wwg.com)
- November 22nd - FW x LOL｜2016 IEM 11 Oakland：Behind Tournaments by Flash Wolves
- December 7th - A Seriously Not Serious Guide: ASE 1v1 Tournament by Kien Lam (lolesports.com)
- December 26th - The Top 10 League of Legends Players of 2016 by Gabriel Zoltan-Johan (thescoreesports.com)
- May 10th - 2017 MSI Group Stage Opening Tease by LoL Esports
- May 14th - FW Maple: "Bjergsen played really well with Ahri in last match, so we banned her." by Jaeic Lee (invenglobal.com)
- May 18th - Top 5 Best & Worst Plays from the 2017 MSI Group Stage by Jaehoon Jeong (invenglobal.com)