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EDward Gaming
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Team Information
Location: China China
Number of Players: 8
Team Staff
Coaches: Ji "Aaron" Xing
Jeong "NoFe" No-chul
Sponsors/Partners
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History
Created: 2014-02-07 LoL Division
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EDward Gaming is a Chinese competitive League of Legends team, founded in 2013.

History

EDward Gaming's League of Legends team was created in September 2013, with the initial roster consisting of U, NaMei, fzzf, ClearLove and Koro1. The team acquired LMQ's spot in the LoL Pro League, China's premier League of Legends competition, after the latter team moved to North America to compete in the NA Challenger series.

Season 4

The first professional tournament won by EDG was the 2014 international eSports tournament in Yiwu. Soon after, EDward Gaming won the 2014 LPL spring split. This earned EDG a reputation as one of China's strongest League of Legends teams.

EDward Gaming also emerged victorious in the LPL summer split, winning both the regular split and the Playoffs, defeating OMG in the final. This was enough to secure qualification for the 2014 World Championship. However, the team did not see the same success, crashing out to fellow Chinese team Star Horn Royal Club after underperforming throughout the tournament.

After the 2014 World Championship, the team saw significant roster changes, with Samsung White midlaner and world champion PawN joining the team, along with Samsung Blue AD Carry Deft, and Azure, now known as Meiko, as support. U departed the team to join Team Snake, NaMei joined Star Horn Royal Club, and fzzf retired from competitive League of Legends.

Season 5

EDward Gaming regained their form in the LPL, coming first in the 2015 Spring Split. They defeated LGD Gaming 3-2 in Playoff final, a game in which ADC Deft earned a Pentakill. This allowed them to qualify for the first ever Mid-Season Invitational, or MSI, a tournament containing only the number one team from each region. EDG won this tournament, defeating South Korean team SK Telecom T1 in the final, to win the tournament.

In the LPL summer split, EDG continued their surging form into the regular season, winning the majority of their matches to finish first. This didn't last long, however, as EDG finished fourth in playoffs and didn't qualify automatically. Having to play in the 2015 LPL Regional Qualifiers, EDG defeated Snake Esports 2-0 and then Invictus Gaming 3-1 to qualify for the 2015 World Championship.

At Worlds, EDG was put in a group with former MSI rivals SK Telecom T1 as well as H2k-Gaming and Bangkok Titans. Despite a few shaky games, EDG only lost their two games against SKT and won their other four, advancing to the knockout stage. They would face Fnatic in the Quarterfinals and despite subbing out AmazingJ in favor of veteran Koro1, EDG was defeated 0-3 and finished 4th-8th.

Season 6

EDG had a rough start to the 2015 LPL Spring Split, playing several games without ClearLove. They were however able to bounce back, finishing 2nd in Group B, slightly behind Royal Never Give Up. In the playoffs, EDG was able to sweep Snake Esports 3-0 and then won automatically against Qiao Gu Reapers due to QG forfeiting the match. In the finals, EDG faced off against Royal Never Give Up and despite EDG being the favorites going into the match, they lost 1-3 and finished in 2nd place, failing to qualify for the 2016 Mid-Season Invitational. Once summer came, EDG was placed in Group A of the 2016 LPL Summer Split. This split would be the start to EDG's resurgence as the team finished with an undefeated 16-0 regular season. In the 2016 LPL Summer Playoffs EDG would defeat Team WE 3-2 in the semifinals, setting them up for a rematch against Royal Never Give Up. In clean fashion, EDG was able to defeat RNG in a 3-0 sweep and reclaim the LPL championship while also qualifying for the 2016 World Championship as China's #1 seed.

At Worlds, EDG was drawn in Group C along with H2k-Gaming, Ahq e-Sports Club and INTZ e-Sports. Despite being a favorite in the group, they would drop a game to H2K and INTZ which forced a tiebreaker between them an H2K for 1st and 2nd place. After losing the tiebreaker and ending 2nd, they were drawn against the tournament favorites ROX Tigers in the Quarterfinals. Only winning one game, EDG lost the series 1-3 which ended their Worlds run.

Post-worlds, they would attend the finals of the 2016 Demacia Cup. After taking down Royal Never Give Up 3-1 in the semifinals, they would face IMay in the finals. Defeating them in a convincing 3-0 sweep, EDG took home yet another Demacia Cup trophy. After the event Deft, PawN and RapidStar departed from the team. They would pick up former ROX Tigers coach NoFe as well as Zet (formerly known as Cry) as their new AD Carry.

Timeline

  • January 4th Edward Gaming announced the departure of NaMei [8]
  • December 24th, Athena joins. [9]
  • December 25th, Ray leaves. Edward Gaming announces roster for the 2016 Season. AmazingJ, BaeMe, and JinJiao move to EDG's LSPL team. [10]

Player Roster

ID Name Role
China Mouse Chen Yu-Hao (陈宇浩) Top
China ClearLove Ming Kai (明凯) Jungle
South Korea Scout Lee Ye-chan (이예찬) Mid
South Korea Zet Hae Seong-min (해성민) AD
China Meiko Tian Ye (田野) Support

ID Name Role
China Koro1 Tong Yang (童扬) Top
China Fireloli Zhao Zhi-Ming (赵志铭) Jungle

ID Name Role Next Team
China Sundae Lu Wenhao (陆文昊) Mid
None
South Korea Deft Kim Hyuk-kyu (김혁규) AD
KT Rolster
South Korea PawN Heo Won-seok (허원석) Mid
KT Rolster
South Korea Athena Kang Ha-Woon (강하운) Mid
IMay
China Fireloli Zhao Zhi-Ming (赵志铭) Jungle
IMay
South Korea BaeMe Kang Yang-hyun (강양현) Mid
EDward Esports
China Jinjiao Xie Jin-Shan (谢金山) AD
EDward Esports
Hong Kong AmazingJ Shek Wai Ho (石偉豪) Top
EDward Esports
South Korea Ray Jeon Ji-won (전지원) Top
Apex Gaming
China NaMei Zhu Jia-Wen (朱佳文) AD
Star Horn Royal Club
China At Yang Zhao-Kan (杨兆刊) Sub
None
China U Ceng Long (曾龙) Mid
Snake Esports
China Fzzf Feng Zhuo-Jun (冯卓君) Support Retired.png Retired

Organization

ID Name Position
China Ed Zhu Ai De-Zhu (爱德朱) Founder
China Freezer Bing Gui (冰柜) Founder
South Korea NoFe Jeong No-chul (정노철) Coach
China Aaron Ji Xing (姬星) Coach
China Efeng Liu Yuan (刘源) Chief Executive Officer

ID Name Position Next Team
South Korea RapidStar Jung Min-sung (정민성) Coach
South Korea Reapered Bok Han-Gyu (복한규) Coach
Cloud9
China SanShao Huang Cheng (黄诚) Founder/Manager
Royal Never Give Up

Team Achievements

2016 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2016-11-13 DemaciaCup Logosmall.png A11st 2016 Demacia Cup 3 : 0
IMay
¥ 500,000 CNY
2016-10-15 Worlds Logosmall.png A55 - 8th 2016 World Championship 1 : 3
ROX Tigers
$ 268,000
2016-08-26 LPL.png A11st 2016 LPL Summer Playoffs 3 : 0
Royal Never Give Up
¥ 1,500,000 CNY
2016-05-28 LPL.png A11st 2016 LPL Summer Split Group A 16 - 0 Group Stage/Round Robin (W/L)
2016-04-23 LPL.png A22nd 2016 LPL Spring Playoffs 1 : 3
Royal Never Give Up
¥ 800,000 CNY
2016-04-09 LPL.png A22nd 2016 LPL Spring Split Group B 12 - 4 Group Stage/Round Robin (W/L)

2015 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2015-11-27 NEST Logo.png A55 - 8th 2015 NEST FF : W
Unlimited Potential
¥ 10,000 CNY
2015-11-22 DemaciaCup Logosmall.png A11st 2015 Demacia Cup Grand Finals 3 : 1
Invictus Gaming
¥ 500,000 CNY
2015-10-17 Worlds Logosmall.png A55 - 8th 2015 World Championship 0 : 3
Fnatic
$ 75,000 USD
2015-09-04 LPL.png I1Q 2015 LPL Regional Qualifiers 3 : 1
Invictus Gaming
Q for 2015 Worlds
2015-08-17 LPL.png A44th 2015 LPL Summer Playoffs 1 : 3
Invictus Gaming
¥ 200,000 CNY
2015-08-09 LPL.png A11st 2015 LPL Summer Split 34 : 10 Group Stage/Round Robin (W/L)
2015-07-12 DemaciaCup Logosmall.png A11st 2015 Demacia Cup Summer Season 3 : 0
OMG
¥ 200,000 CNY
2015-05-11 MSI2015.png A11st 2015 Mid-Season Invitational 3 : 2
SK Telecom T1
$ 100,000 USD
2015-04-26 LPL.png A11st 2015 LPL Spring 3 : 2
LGD Gaming
¥ 800,000 CNY
2015-03-29 DemaciaCup Logosmall.png A11st 2015 Demacia Cup Spring Season 3 : 0
Invictus Gaming
¥ 200,000 CNY

2014 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2014-12-28 A11st G-League 2014 3 : 0
Team King
¥ 200,000 CNY
2014-12-13 DemaciaCup Logosmall.png A11st Demacia Cup - Season 2 3 : 2
Team WE
¥ 300,000 CNY
2014-10-05 WC2014.png A55 - 8th 2014 World Championship 2 : 3
Star Horn Royal Club
$ 75,000 USD
2014-09-12 A11st X Championship Season I 3 : 1
Team King
¥ 300,000 CNY
2014-09-07 RpPoints.png A11st 2014 Season China Regional Finals 2 : 1
Star Horn Royal Club
S4 WC Seed
2014-08-24 LPL.png A11st 2014 LPL Summer Playoffs 3 : 0
OMG
¥ 500,000 CNY
2014-08-16 LPL.png A11st 2014 LPL Summer Regular Season 6-6-2 Group Stage/Round Robin (W/L)
2014-07-20 Esltumbnail.png A22nd IEM Season IX - Shenzhen 1 : 2
Team WE
$ 1,500 USD
2014-05-25 LPL.png A11st 2014 LPL Spring Playoffs 3 : 0
Invictus Gaming
¥ 500,000 CNY
2014-04-29 International Esports Tournament 2014.png A11st International Esports Tournament 2014 2 : 0
OMG
¥ 200,000 CNY
2014-04-26 LPL.png A22nd 2014 LPL Spring Regular Season 9-3-2 Group Stage/Round Robin (W/L)

2016 Awards
Date Event Award
2016-11-13 DemaciaCup Logosmall.png 2016 Demacia Cup Club of the Year Edward Gaming
2016-11-13 DemaciaCup Logosmall.png 2016 Demacia Cup Best Coach Ji "Aaron" Xing (姬星)

Interviews

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Discussions

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Anonymous user #8

3 months ago
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bunch of yellow tounges

Anonymous user #9

3 months ago
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LOL, learn English, sad troll.

Anonymous user #5

3 months ago
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ilove you clearlove

Anonymous user #4

3 months ago
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Easy game LUL

Anonymous user #3

3 months ago
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INTZ > EDG

Anonymous user #6

3 months ago
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edg>ahq>intz>edg>ahq?

Anonymous user #9

3 months ago
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INTZ is crying their eyes out on their way back to little Brazil. Probably won't hear from them ever again.

Anonymous user #2

3 months ago
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Brazil > China

Anonymous user #7

3 months ago
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ARE YOU KIDDING ME ??

Anonymous user #1

3 months ago
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LOST TO INTZ

Anonymous user #9

3 months ago
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LOL INTZ, they packed up and left in shame. What a joke.

Anonymous user #9

3 months ago
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INTZ need to uninstall LoL.

References

  1. Lustboy's Twitter Post twitter.com
  2. Aaron to take a break from coaching, RapidStar joins EDG as coach thescoreesports.com
  3. PawN leaves EDward Gaming, Deft to depart after Demacia Cup thescoreesports.com
  4. PawN's Facebook Post facebook.com
  5. http://www.facebook.com/hyuk9zzang/posts/530339543821286 Deft's Facebook Post] facebook.com
  6. EDward Gaming announce 2017 roster including Coach NoFe and ex-ROX Cry as AD carry esports.yahoo.com
  7. SKT's Twitter Post twitter.com
  8. Edward Gaming's Tencent Weibo Post (Chinese) t.qq.com
  9. Athena joins Edward Gaming thescoreesports.com
  10. Edward Gaming unveil their roster for 2016 LPL and LSPL thescoreesports.com
  11. Edward Gaming's Tencent Weibo Post (Chinese) t.qq.com
  12. Edward Gaming's Tencent Weibo Post (Chinese) t.qq.com
  13. Edward Gaming's Tencent Weibo Post (Chinese) t.qq.com
  14. Edward Gaming's Tencent Weibo Post (Chinese) t.qq.com
  15. Deft's Twitter Update twitter.com