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Player Information
Name:
Toh Wai Hong
Birth:
December 27, 1991 (1991-12-27) (age 25)
Country:
Status:
Active
Approx. Total Earnings:
$59,485
Role(s):
Signature Hero:
Ogre Magi Rubick Undying
Solo MMR:
7007 (last update: 2017-03-11)
Links
History
Dota2:
2011-08-01 — 2011-09-11
2011-09-11 — 2012-01-04
2012-03-29 — 2013-08-21
2016-09-03 — Present

Toh "xy-" Wai Hong is a professional Dota 2 player who is currently with Team Faceless. Typically he played one of the carries or core farmers in the Zenith line-ups.

Biography[edit]

Dota[edit]

xy- first started to play Dota competetively in 2007.

Dota 2[edit]

Shortly after the release of Dota 2, xy- joined the latest, all Singapore incarnation of Scythe, reformed by hyhy specifically for the first International. The team finished second in their group, behind eventual champions Na'Vi, placing them in the winners' bracket. At the main event, the team showed a solid performance, knocking out two of the eventual top four teams; Meet Your Makers and EHOME, before losing the winners' final to Na'Vi and eventually being knocked out by EHOME, missing out on the spot in the grand finals and ending the tournament in third.[1] In the shuffle following TI, Scythe was picked up by Meet Your Makers, the team they played only few weeks earlier at the tournament, to form MYM.sg[2]. The collaboration was however short lived, and after disputes between players and the organization, ended after few months. The team then decided to reform under Team Zenith, iceiceice's former team that dated back to 2005, and went on to place 5-6th at TI2. After the tournament hyhy announced his retirement, ending their long partnership. xy- went on to be invited to his third International with Team Zenith, placing 9-12th, outside of the prize pool. Following the tournament, he would take an extended break until September 2016, when he joined Team Faceless, reuniting him with iceiceice, switching from core to support role.[3]

Trivia[edit]

  • Was featured in Free to Play by Valve.

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Team Results Prize
2017-03-12 A11st A7Qualifier The Kiev Major 2017 Southeast Asia Qualifier Team Faceless 2 : 1 Mineski/Mineski $0
2017-03-05 A11st A3Minor Mr. Cat Invitational Season 2 Team Faceless 3 : 0 Team Bazaar $15,000
2017-01-22 A33rd A1Premier Dota Pit League Season 5 Team Faceless 0 : 1 OG $25,174
2016-12-18 A22nd A3Minor ASUS ROG SEA Cup Team Faceless 2 : 3 Execration $3,000
2016-12-08 A99 - 16th A1Premier The Boston Major 2016 Team Faceless 0 : 2 Digital Chaos $62,500
2016-11-18 A77 - 8th A1Premier The Summit 6 Team Faceless 1 : 2 Digital Chaos $2,500
2016-11-08 A11st A3Minor ProDotA Southeast Asia #3 Team Faceless 3 : 0 Rex Regum QEON $3,500
2012-09-01 A55 - 6th A1Premier The International 2012 Team Zenith 0 : 1 Team DK/Team DK $35,000
2012-07-29 A11st A5Monthly It's Gosu Monthly Madness Asia Team Zenith 3 : 0 LGD Gaming/LGD Gaming $750
2011-08-21 A33rd A1Premier The International 2011 Scythe Gaming 1 : 2 EHOME/EHOME.cn $150,000
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

References[edit]

  1. "The International 2011 blog". Valve Corporation.
  2. "Mym returns to Dota". GosuGamers. 10-07-2011.
  3. "Team Faceless". Facebook. 2016-09-03. Retrieved September 3, 2016.