Chaox

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Chaox
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Background Information
NameShan Huang
Country of Birth
China
Nationality
Canada
BirthdayJune 14, 1991 (age 29)
Residency
CN
China
Prev Residencies
NA
North America
Competitive
Role
Coach
Favorite Champs


Soloqueue IDsShan Huang, Bahzinga, Chàox (EUW), HOY 2 THE WORLD, ChaoxLoL, 岩龙爆谷 (CN), Clyde the Panda
Social Media & Links
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Shan "Chaox" Huang is a retired League of Legends esports player, previously coach for Newbee Young. He is most well known for having been the AD carry of Team SoloMid from 2011 to 2013.

Team History

Combine Role Swaps:No|Yes
Dates:Approx|Exact
TeamStartEnd
Notes
NA
Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTeam SoloMid
≈Jan 2011≈2011-01-??[2]Mar 20132013-03-25[1]≈2yr 2mo
ejel
NA
Team Coastlogo std.pngTeam Coast
≈Jun 2014≈2014-06-??Jul 20142014-07-22[3]≈1mo 21d
ejel
NA
Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.pngCLG
Aug 20142014-08-01Aug 20142014-08-032dTemp Sub
ejel
NA
Roar (Chinese Team)logo std.pngRoar
≈Nov 2014≈2014-11-??≈Feb 2015≈2015-02-??≈3mo 10d
ejel
CN
Roar (Chinese Team)logo std.pngRoar
Apr 20152015-04-23[4]≈Jun 2015≈2015-06-??≈1mo 8d
ejel
CN
Newbeelogo std.pngNewbee
Dec 20152015-12-06[5]≈Jan 2016≈2016-01-??≈26d
ejel
CN
Newbee Younglogo std.pngNewbee Young
≈Jan 2016≈2016-01-??Nov 20162016-11-30[6]≈10mo 29d
ejel
TeamStartEnd
Notes
NA
Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTeam SoloMid
≈Jan 2011≈2011-01-??[2]≈Mar 2011≈2011-03-??≈2mo 28d
ejel
NA
Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTeam SoloMid
≈Mar 2011≈2011-03-??Mar 20132013-03-25[1]≈2yr 27d
ejel
NA
Team Coastlogo std.pngTeam Coast
≈Jun 2014≈2014-06-??Jul 20142014-07-22[3]≈1mo 21d
ejel
NA
Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.pngCLG
Aug 20142014-08-01Aug 20142014-08-032dTemp Sub
ejel
NA
Roar (Chinese Team)logo std.pngRoar
≈Nov 2014≈2014-11-??≈Feb 2015≈2015-02-??≈3mo 10d
ejel
CN
Roar (Chinese Team)logo std.pngRoar
Apr 20152015-04-23[4]≈Jun 2015≈2015-06-??≈1mo 8d
ejel
CN
Newbeelogo std.pngNewbee
Dec 20152015-12-06[5]≈Jan 2016≈2016-01-??≈26d
ejel
CN
Newbee Younglogo std.pngNewbee Young
≈Jan 2016≈2016-01-??Nov 20162016-11-30[6]≈10mo 29d
ejel

News

  • 2011
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
NA
Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTSMJanuary (approx.), Team SoloMid is founded.
Saintvicious,
TheOddOne,
FeedFest,
Locodoco, and
Chaox join.
[2]
NA
Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTSMMarch (approx.), Chaox (Support to Bot) changes position.
Westrice leaves.
NA
Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTSMMarch 25,
WildTurtle moves to starting roster.
Chaox leaves.[1]
NA
Team Coastlogo std.pngCSTJune (approx.), Chaox (Coach) joins.
NA
Team Coastlogo std.pngCSTJuly 22, Chaox (Coach) leaves.[3]
NA
Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.pngCLGAugust 1,
Thinkcard,
Chaox, and
babyeator join as temporary substitutes for Week 11 of NA LCS 2014 Summer, replacing dexter, Doublelift, and aphromoo, respectively.
NA
Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.pngCLGAugust 3,
Thinkcard,
Chaox, and
babyeator (temporary substitutes) leave.
NA
Roar (Chinese Team)logo std.pngRRNovember (approx.),
Inori,
Chaox, and
Yuno join.
NA
Roar (Chinese Team)logo std.pngRRFebruary (approx.), Roar is disbanded.
Spicy,
Chaox, and
Mizore leave.
CN
Roar (Chinese Team)logo std.pngRRApril 23, Roar is reformed and moves to China.
Yao,
XiaoFeng, and
SupportdogLONG join.

Spicy and
Chaox rejoin.
[4]
CN
Roar (Chinese Team)logo std.pngRRJune (approx.),
Yao,
XiaoFeng,
Spicy,
Chaox, and
SupportdogLONG leave.
CN
Newbeelogo std.pngNBDecember 6, Chaox (Coach) joins.[5]
CN
Newbeelogo std.pngNBJanuary (approx.),
Khan,
Moon,
Luo,
Candy,
YuZhe,
Limit,
Captain, and Chaox (Coach) leave.
CN
Newbee Younglogo std.pngNBYJanuary (approx.),
Khan,
Clid,
Luo,
Candy,
YuZhe, and Chaox (Coach) join.
CN
Newbee Younglogo std.pngNBYNovember 30, Newbee Young transfers its roster and LPL spot to QG Reapers.
Clid,
doinb,
Along,
CandySeven,
AhrI,
Khan,
Cherish, Chaox (Coach), Tom (Coach), and LiNkO (Leader) leave.[6]

Biography[edit]

Shan "Chaox" Huang was originally born in Chengdu, China and lived in Nanjing, China until the age of seven, when his family moved to Montreal, Canada. At the age of 13, his family moved again to Long Island, New York. While playing for TSM, Huang lived in the TSM gaming house, first in New York and later in California. After his departure from Team SoloMid, Huang moved back to his home in New York.

League of Legends Career[edit]

TSM Era and Departure[edit]

Chaox first started gaming at the age of 3 on the SNES, and later on became a semi-competitive player in Dota, World of Warcraft, and Heroes of Newerth before becoming a professional League of Legends player. He first played League of Legends during the beta, but disliked it at first, feeling it wasn't up to par with DotA. After the announcement of the Season 1 prizepool, he stuck with the game. He was recruited to Team SoloMid in January 2011 after playing with and against Reginald in solo queue. At first, he was Team SoloMid's support player, but then after Locodoco's departure from SoloMid, Chaox became the starting AD carry, a position he would hold for over two years. With TSM, Chaox placed first in several online and offline events and became one of the most well-known AD Carry players in the world.

On March 25, 2013, Chaox was released from Team SoloMid and replaced by WildTurtle. Support player Xpecial claimed the release was due to differences between Chaox and TSM's midlaner Reginald; however after Wildturtle's impressive performance with TSM, every member of the team agreed they would rather have WildTurtle play instead of Chaox.[7][8]

Trip to Asia and Retirement[edit]

After leaving Team SoloMid, Chaox visited China to learn more about e-Sports. He planned to leave on April 14, 2013 and have the trip to last for two months: one month in China and another month in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and Korea.[9] Unfortunately his trip was delayed because his mother burned his visa,[10] but on April 23, Chaox finally arrived Shanghai, China.[11]

While in Asia, Chaox spent time with multiple organizations, including Vici Gaming, Invictus Gaming, and Garena. He also appeared on Tencent LoL Pro League 2013 as a guest.[12] On June 20, 2013, Chaox arrived back in North America.[13]

On June 21, 2013, Chaox announced his retirement from competitive League of Legends in a vlog on his YouTube channel, [14]. On August 20 and 21st, Chaox represented UNICEF in the eBay Charity Invitational 1v1 tournament[15]. He defeated OneBadBrad but lost to fabbbyyy in the semifinals on the next day.

Return to competitive League of Legends[edit]

On October 6, 2013, Chaox announced that he is officially looking for a competitive team. [16] His first match since coming out from retirement was as a temporary substitute as AD for Napkins in Disguise on North American Challenger League Week 3 Day 3.[17] He then tried out for Team Coast, playing as a temporary sub ADC in Challenger Leagues/tournaments that Coast was competing in at the time, such as the NACL[18], however ultimately the position was given to WizFujiiN.

On June 9, 2014, in announcing Team Coast's new roster, it was officially revealed that Chaox would become their full-time coach.[19] Chaox moved into Coast's gaming house in Las Vegas [20] On July 22, 2014, Chaox decided to step down as the coach for Coast in order to focus on his own competitive play. He mentioned that while he could see coaching as a future career, he is currently trying to climb the ranked ladder and be on the look out for opportunities to return as a competitive player. [21]

On July 29, 2014, it was announced that Chaox would substitute as Counter Logic Gaming's AD carry while the main roster bootcamps in Korea. [22] He played in four games with a roster consisting entirely of temporary subs.

On October 10, 2014, it was rumored on ROBERTxLEE's stream that Chaox would replace him as the starting AD Carry for Complexity.

December 5, Chaox announces he's no longer a free agent - joining Roar. With the team, he competed in the NACS 2015 Spring Qualifier, but they were knocked out by Cloud9 G2A in the first round. In February 2015, Roar disbanded. Chaox moved to China when Roar reformed two months later and competes in Chinese competitive league.

Trivia[edit]

  • Attended SUNY Stony Brook, where he studied computer science.[23] [24]
  • Played a lot of
    Pantheon
    early in his career.
  • His play style on
    Irelia
    was very famous in Season 1 and achieved a nickname of "Best Irelia NA" by Fans from China in Season 1.
  • Was an active contributor to the SoloMid.net guides and considers by fans that he is the enlightenment of AD Carry.[25]
  • Considered a genius of theorycrafting by Dyrus.[26]
  • At first, streamers humorously pronounced his Summoner name as "Chow-ex". Professional commentators and the public now use "Kay-ox", the intended pronunciation.
  • His favorite color is red.
  • His first streaming computer was bought for him by his father after he explained what streaming was.
  • Plays the trading card games, Magic: The Gathering and Hearthstone recreationally and with other LoL players.
  • Spent $500 dollars on the Hearthstone beta.
  • Simultaneously held both ranks 1 and 2 in Solo Queue during Season 3 (before the League system was implemented) on NA servers with Chaox and his smurf, HOY 2 THE WORLD.
  • Rune pages are named after fruits, such as Cantaloupe and Grapes.
  • Prefers to only have 1 mastery page that he can change on the fly.
  • Based on Chaox's unparalleled last hit skill on minions, he achieved a nickname of "King of Last Hit" by Fans from China.[27]
  • His favorite part about Chinese Team Gaming House was the Good Healthy Food, which was cooked by the nanny everyday. [28]
  • His favorite team is KT Rolster Bullets.
  • His all-time favorite AD Carry is
    Ashe
  • Now dedicates some stream time to provide a lesson to a random subscriber in his channel.
  • Was pentakilled by a UPS deliveryman, along with the other members of TSM. [29]
  • His main account is still banned from the LoL forums because of selling lessons back in Season 1.
  • While trying out as ADC for Team Coast, he played only
    Caitlyn
    in the NACL.

Tournament Results[edit]

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Minimum place

Chaox Tournament Results
DatePlEventLast ResultRoster
2017-08-053 - 4 Return of the Legends 2017
0 : 2Team China (Return of the Legends)logo std.pngCN
Team North America (Return of the Legends)logo std.pngNA HotshotGG,  TheOddOne,  Link,  Chaox,  Chauster
2015-08-13NQ LPL 2016 Spring Promotion
0 : 3Welogo std.pngWE
Newbeelogo std.pngNB Khan,  Moon,  Luo,  Candy,  YuZhe,  Chaox
2015-02-04NQ NACS 2015 Spring Qualifier
0 : 2Cloud9logo std.pngC9T
Roar (Chinese Team)logo std.pngRR Akaadian,  Inori,  Spicy,  Chaox,  Shiro
2014-08-035 NA LCS 2014 Summer
13 - 15Blanklogo std.pngRR
Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.pngCLG Seraph,  Nien,  dexter,  Thinkcard,  Link,  HotshotGG,  Doublelift,  Chaox,  aphromoo,  Baby,  MonteCristo
2013-04-191 NA LCS 2013 Spring
21 - 7Blanklogo std.pngRR
Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTSM Dyrus,  TheOddOne,  Reginald,  Chaox,  WildTurtle,  Xpecial
2012-12-164 SoloMid Series Finals
0 : 3Teamfearlogo std.pngFR
Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTSM Dyrus,  TheOddOne,  Reginald,  Chaox,  Xpecial
2012-12-091 SoloMid Series Week 6
2 : 1Team Curselogo std.pngCRS
Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTSM Dyrus,  TheOddOne,  Reginald,  Chaox,  Xpecial
2012-11-309 - 12 IPL 5
0 : 2Azblogo std.pngAZB
Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTSM Dyrus,  TheOddOne,  Reginald,  Chaox,  Xpecial
2012-11-255 - 6 SoloMid Series Week 5
1 : 2MeatPlaygroundLogo std.pngMP
Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTSM Dyrus,  TheOddOne,  Reginald,  Chaox,  Xpecial
2012-11-185 - 6 SoloMid Series Week 4
1 : 2Teamdynamiclogo std.pngDYN
Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTSM Dyrus,  TheOddOne,  Reginald,  Chaox,  Xpecial
Chaox 1v1 Tournament Results
DatePlEventPrizeTeamLast Result
2013-10-1324 - 32Best Lee Sin NA TournamentFF : W nk Inc

As a Coach[edit]

  • 2016
2015
Date Event Result
2016-08-09 2016 LSPL Summer Playoffs PlacementIcon1.png Newbee YoungNewbee Younglogo std.png 3 : 2 Young Miracleslogo std.pngYoung Miracles

Media[edit]

  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014

Vlogs[edit]

  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 2012
  • 2011

Images[edit]

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