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|Name:||Yu Jia-Jun (余家俊)|
|Country of Birth:||China|
|Peak League:||Challenger I (KR)|
|Peak League:||Challenger I (CN)|
|Alternate IDs:||OMGdouyuTVCool, CHINA MID (KR), COO1 (KR), OMGcool, OMG SantatOp|
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Yu "Cool" Jia-Jun (余家俊) is the Mid Laner for Newbee.
After a 4th place finish at the NVIDIA Game Festival 2013, OMG started surging and achieved 1st place finishes at the 2013 LPL Spring Playoffs, WVW National Elite Cup and StarsWar 8. With Cool's reputation rising, OMG attended the Season 3 World Championship and got placed in Group A along with SK Telecom T1, Lemondogs, Team SoloMid and GamingGear.eu. OMG was able to dominate the group along with SKT. Both teams won every single game and only lost 1 game to each other. Despite Faker's reputation as a destructive and aggressive mid laner, Cool was able to match him in group stages. Despite an SKT vs OMG final being anticipated, OMG lost 0-2 in the Quarterfinals to their Chinese rivals Royal Club. Their early exit from Worlds didn't shake their confidence. OMG continued to be successful and achieved 1st and 2nd place finishes at several tournaments.
At the start of the 2014 Season, Cool briefly retired from competitive play and was replaced with Xiyang due to health reasons. He would not return until Summer. After his return the team was able to place 3rd at Demacia Cup - Season 1 and then 2nd place in the LPL Summer Playoffs. This would qualify OMG for the 2014 World Championship. At Worlds, OMG was drawn in the same group as Samsung Galaxy Blue, Fnatic and LMQ. Because of their inconsistent play, the team won 3 games and suffered 3 losses but managed to finish 2nd in the group. In the Quarterfinals they faced off against NaJin White Shield and despite not being projected to win, OMG was able to upset NaJin and sweeped them 3-0. In the Semifinals, OMG faced off against their Chinese rivals Star Horn Royal Club. In a really close series, OMG lost 2-3 and finished the tournament in 3rd-4th place.
After acquiring Uzi in one of the biggest transfers ever, the team was unable to work together due to having too many star players in all roles. Cool in particular was rumored to not get along with Uzi too well. Despite a solid 3rd place finish in the regular season of the Spring Split, LGD Gaming defeated OMG 3-0 in the Quarterfinals. In the Summer Split, after a 7th place finish in the regular season, OMG was able to defeat Master3 in the first round of playoffs but got knocked out by Vici Gaming after losing to them 1-3. Following a rough season, Gogoing, LoveLing and Cloud retired while Uzi left the team. This left OMG with the task of building OMG around Cool.
Wanting to keep their tradition of being an all Chinese team, OMG didn't bring in any Korean imports in 2016. Cool would also go on to share play time with icon. Despite good performances in 2016 LPL Spring Split Group B, OMG finished 5th in the group and had to play in the Summer Promotion tournament. They were able to easily re-qualify for the LPL after defeating Energy Pacemaker.All in a 3-0 sweep. Summer was a similar story for OMG as they once against finished at the bottom of their group and re-qualified for the LPL after defeating Saint Gaming 3-0 and Young Miracles 3-2 in the 2017 Spring Promotion Tournament. Cool left OMG in December and joined Newbee as their new mid laner.
|2017 LPL Spring Split|
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- Arguably the best Ahri and Mid laner in China.
- Cool tends to play
Lee Sin and
- Doublelift believes that Cool will be the next Faker base on his solid technique and great attitudes.
- He was originally named Santa, but changed his name to cool.
- MVP of LPL Summer 2013
- Started out playing League of Legends at a local internet cafe in China with LoveLing
|2015-11-21||2015 Demacia Cup Grand Finals|| |
1 : 3
|2015-07-12||2015 Demacia Cup - Summer Season|| |
0 : 3
|2014-11-01||National Electronic Sports Tournament 2014|| |
0 : 2
|2014-10-26||NVIDIA Game Festival 2014|| |
1 : 2
|2014-10-12||2014 World Championship|| OMG|
2 : 3
Star Horn Royal Club
|2014-08-24||2014 LPL Summer|| |
0 : 3
|2014-01-03||Demacia Cup Season 1|| |
2 : 0
|2013-12-15||2013 GALAXY eSports Carnival|| |
2 : 1
|2013-12-01||2013 WCG Grand Finals|| |
0 : 2
CJ Entus Blaze
|2013-11-24||2013 LPL Summer Playoffs|| |
2 : 3
|2013-11-10||National Electronic Sports Tournament|| |
2 : 0
|2013-07-26||IEM Season VIII - Shanghai|| |
1 : 2
|2013-07-07||StarsWar 8|| |
2 : 1
|2013-06-27||WVW National Elite Cup|| |
2 : 0
|2013-06-23||2013 LPL Spring Playoffs|| |
3 : 1
|2013-05-19||NVIDIA Game Festival 2013|| |
1 : 2
- November 22nd - Interview with OMG Cool- “We need to improve both individually and as a team” with Duowan (translated by @TheChewybar) (Original Interview)
- May 11th - All-Star Challange MVP Cool on his playing with Team Ice and his future (video) with onGamers
- September 26th - OMG Cool on the Chinese teams, their chances to get out of groups, and worlds midlaners (video) with onGamers
- September 15th - OMG's Cool talks playing against Faker and his hopes for China (video) with GameSpot
- September 20th - Off the Rift: OMG's Cool talks support Annie (video) with Riot Games
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