LGD Gaming

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Organization Information
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Achievements
G-1 Champions League Season 4 ECL 2013/Season Dota 2 League Season 4 G-League 2014 i-league Season 2 i-league Season 3 G-League 2015
History
Created:
2009
Recent Player Trades:
2015-08-25: rOtK joins LGD.Taobao.cn
2015-08-26: DDC joins LGD.Taobao.cn

LGD Gaming is a Chinese multigaming team sponsored by Guizhou Laogandie Food. It has a Dota 2 division and one League of Legends division.

Their team house is based in Hangzhou, China.

History

LGD's first step into DotA was the sponsorship of the squad known as For The Dream, which won SMM 2009. The organization has been a powerhouse of the Chinese scene ever since. The team began its transition into Dota 2 in 2012, which was revealed on March 19th.[1] Shortly after The International 2012, in which the team placed third, LGD announced a second squad on October 15th, made up of international players, which would play under the tag LGD.int.[2] LGD.int would end up disbanding in December 2013, after continuous roster troubles late that year. In April 2014, LGD signed a new squad, LGD.CDEC (Chinese Dota Elite Community), made up of newcomers to the scene, and captained by recent LGD player Maybe. In October 2014, LGD.CDEC was re-branded as CDEC Gaming for better exposure.

Player Roster

Active

LGD.Taobao
ID Name Position Join Date
China Ame Wang Chunyu 1 2016-09-14 [3]
China Maybe Lu Yao 2 2015-03-15 [4]
China Jixing Xiao Zihao 3 2016-09-17 [5]
China Xz Chen Zezhi 4 2016-09-14 [3]
China Victoria Chen Guanhong 5 2016-09-14 [3]

Active

LGD.Forever Young
ID Name Position Join Date
China Monet Du Peng 1 2016-09-17 [5]
China Super Xie Junhao 2 2016-09-17 [5]
China Yao Yao Zhengzheng 3 2016-09-17 [5]
China xiao8 Zhang Ning 4 2016-09-17 [5]
China lpc Luo Puchao 5 2016-09-17 [5]

Organization

Organization
ID Name Position
China RuRu Pan Jie Manager
China 820 Zou Yitian Coach

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