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Background Information
Name: Chayut Suebka (ชยุตม์ สืบค้า)
Country of Birth: Thailand Thailand
Birthday: September 17, 1995 (1995-09-17) (age 22)
Residency: News Label - SEA.png SEA
Role: Jungler
Previous Role: Top
Favorite champion: JayceSquare.png 
Other competitive IDs: 7Halo
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Team History
Mar 2013 - May 2013
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Baby Build Houselogo std.png Baby Build House
May 2013 - Jun 2013
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Flashdivelogo std.png Flashdive
Jun 2013 - Jul 2013
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Btlogo std.png Bangkok Titans
Jul 2013 - Nov 2013
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MiTH Flashdivelogo std.png MiTH Flashdive
Nov 2013 - Jan 2014
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Jan 2014 - Feb 2014
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MiTH Flashdivelogo std.png MiTH Flashdive
Mar 2014 - Aug 2016
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Btlogo std.png Bangkok Titans
Aug 2016 - Sep 2016
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Chayut "007x" Suebka (Thai: ชยุตม์ สืบค้า) was previously the jungler for Bangkok Titans. He was previously known as 7Halo.


Season 3

Chayut "007x" Suebka joined Baby Build House in Spring 2013 as the starting top laner to compete in the 2013 May LCS Pro League Thailand. Afterward, he renamed to 7Halo and moved to Flashdive as the starting jungler. He competed with the team in the June season and achieved a 1st place finish with a 12-3-0 record. Immediately afterward, he changed his name back to joined Bangkok Titans for the July season.[1] He changed his name back to 007x and returned to top lane as his primary role. Despite a strong 2nd place showing, 007x left the team afterward. He rejoined Flashdive, which had since renamed to MiTH Flashdive, but left the team at the end of the year.

2014 Season

After a short stint with Flashback in the Winter season of the 2014 Thailand Pro League (TPL), 007x rejoined MiTH Flashdive. He competed with the team in the 2014 TPL Spring, but finished in 2nd place behind his old team Bangkok Titans. He swapped back to the jungle and rejoined Bangkok Titans for the Summer Split of the 2014 Garena Premier League (GPL), his first appearance outside of local tournaments. The team managed to reach the Bracket Stage, but was eliminated by ahq e-Sports Club in the quarterfinals.

2015 Season

Bangkok Titans found even more success in the 2015 GPL, which had been changed to exclude the historically-dominant Taiwanese teams. In Spring, the team managed a 2nd place finish and subsequently qualified for the 2015 International Wildcard Invitational when the 1st place team, Saigon Fantastic Five, was unable to attend. At IWCI, the team performed well, going undefeated in the Round Robin stage. In the playoffs, however, they were eliminated 0-3 by the eventual winners, Beşiktaş e-Sports Club.

The team returned for 2015 GPL Summer, where they achieved a 1st place finish and qualified for the 2015 International Wildcard Tournament in Turkey. They defeated Oceania's The Chiefs eSports Club in the finals to qualify for the 2015 Season World Championship. They were placed in group C, along with SK Telecom T1, EDward Gaming, and H2k-Gaming. Unfortunately, they failed to win a single game and were knocked out of the tournament in last place.

2016 Season

007x remained with Bangkok Titans for the 2016 TPL Spring,[2] where they went undefeated over 25 games for a 1st place finish. At the 2016 GPL Spring, the team finished in 2nd place, losing 3-1 to Saigon Jokers in the finals. For the 2016 GPL Summer, 007x moved to the substitute role, while Sek took his place as the team's starting jungler. After the tournament, 007x left the team.[3]


  • During his stint as a top laner, he earned the nickname "00Jayce" due to his skill with the champion.
  • Longtime teammate WarL0cK described 007x as "one of the smartest players I have ever played with."[4]




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