Hafu

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Player Information
Name:
Rumay Wang
Birth:
April 18, 1991 (1991-04-18) (age 26)
Country:
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History
2014-06-26 - 2015-11-02

Rumay "Hafu" Wang is a Hearthstone player and popular streamer from the United States.

Biography[edit]

Hafu is a former World Of WarCraft pro - and BlizzCon 3v3 champion - and also a Bloodline Champions Dreamhack champion and League of Legends streamer who picked up Hearthstone during the beta and quickly became the foremost female name in the scene.

In Beta[edit]

Having become well-known for her Miracle Rogue play and building decks with card synergy, Hafu was one of 8 players invited by Blizzard to participate in the 2013 Innkeeper's Invitational at BlizzCon, but was defeated 0-3 by eventual runner-up Kripparrian in the first round.

2014[edit]

Hafu was among those who joined Cloud 9 when it signed the DogeHouse roster, including StrifeCro, Kolento and Gnimsh, to create a Hearthstone division. She was also invited to headline the "How to Become an Arena Legend" panel alongside Trump coinciding with the Goblins vs. Gnomes expansion.

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Team Result Prize
2016-12-29 A99 - 12th A2Major Gang Wars Tournament 0 : 3 China  Eloise $0
2016-12-18 B717 - 24th A1Premier SeatStory Cup VI 0 : 3 France Torkl $0
2014-09-14 A44th A3Minor Lord of the Arena 2 0 : 1 USA TidesofTime $0
2014-05-25 A44th A3Minor Lord of the Arena 1 0 : 1 USA MaSsan $0
2013-11-09 A55 - 8th A7Showm. 2013 Innkeeper's Invitational 0 : 3 Canada Kripparrian $0
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

Trivia[edit]

  • Once played a one-on-one mid-lane duel in League of Legends against Søren Bjerg (Bjergsen), Team SoloMid's star mid-laner, and won.[1]
  • Was invited to take part in the IPL League of Legends showmatch at SXSW 2013 alongside Cloud 9's League captain Hai Lam and Team Curse (later Team Liquid) captain Christian Rivera (IWillDominate).

Interviews[edit]

2014[edit]

2013[edit]

External Links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. League of Legends Mid-Lane 1v1 - TSM Bjergsen vs C9 Hafu YouTube (originally broadcast on Twitch)