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Daniel "Dan Dinh" Dinh is currently the coach for Cloud 9.
Dan Dinh entered the League of Legends competitive scene by forming All or Nothing with his brother, Andy "Reginald" Dinh. Despite early success, he left the team after he and his brother made conflicting calls in game. Dan then went on to create the team Epik Gamer in 2010, where he played as their jungler. He left the team in March 2012 and joined 4Nothing. After leaving 4Nothing in April to be replaced by ClakeyD, Dan Dinh announced his retirement and temporarily became a caster for various events. In December 2012, Dan reformed Epik Gamer for the January Season 3 North American Qualifiers, but disbanded after being eliminated in the group stage. Later that month, Dan Dinh moved in with Team Solo Mid as a substitute jungler during Season 3, though he saw no play time at major tournaments. Dan Dinh left his position on TSM in October 2013 and moved to Los Angeles to coach Cloud 9.
- Was often known for
Twitch early in his career causing bans long after his nerfs because of his overall skill with the champ.
- Known for his
Nunu early in his career.
Udyr is his most used champion, and is rarely ever banned against him.
- Is one of the only high-elo junglers who frequently plays Tiger Stance
- Is also known for his
- Did live analysis (known as "Danalysis") at MLG Summer Arena, making him the first League of Legends caster to do so. 
- Known for his jungle Evelynn in solo queue achieving high win rates on both of his accounts.
- Is the brother of Team Solomid's coach and manager Reginald.
- Has been on Epik Gamer three separate times.
- Is Vietnamese, but was born in the Philippines.
- Known for his strange streaming hours, such as throughout the night. When the word "sleep" is said in Twitch Chat, A moderation bot (Xanbot) responds with "Sleep is for the WEAK".
- Often draws champion stickers that he gives to a random watcher at the end of his stream.
|2012-04-01||Leaguecraft ggClassic|| |
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|2012-02||Go4LoL NA February Monthly Finals|| |
1 : 0
|2011-11-20||2011 MLG Pro Circuit - Providence|| |
2 : 4
|2011-10-09||IGN Proleague Season 3 - Atlantic City|| |
1 : 2
|2011-09-24||Sound Blaster Nations Championship|| |
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|2011-08-27||2011 MLG Pro Circuit - Raleigh|| |
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Counter Logic Gaming
|2011-06-20||Riot Season 1 Championship|| |
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|2010-11-30||Newegg Winter Wanfest 2010|| |
2 : 1
- January 31st, 2012 - Dan Dinh Interview - The Nature of the Game - IPL League of Legends (video) with IGN Pro League
- February 1st, 2012 - Dan Dinh Interview - The New Jungle - IPL League of Legends (video) with IGN Pro League
- February 2nd, 2012 - Dan Dinh Interview - Family DINHasty - IPL League of Legends (video) with IGN Pro League
- March 1st, 2012 - Dan Dinh and Chauster Interview - Snowball Comp - IPL League of Legends (video) with IGN Pro League
- March 27th, 2012 -1v1 Dan Dinh - On his departure from Epik Gamer and the future of League of Legends (video) with MetaNews
- June 17th, 2012 - Dan Dinh on Casting, League eSports, and more (video) with State of the League
- September 8th, 2012 - Dan "EpikGamer" Dinh at the MLG Summer Championships (video) with CyberSportsNetwork
- December 1st, 2012 - Dan Dinh & CLG.eu Yellowpete at IPL5 (video) with CyberSportsNetwork
- February 14th - Dan Dinh talks about GameCrib, motherly duties, and more (video) with GameSpot
- April 29th - Dan Dinh talks about Leading TSM Snapdragon to Victory (video) with GameSpot
- July 14th - Dan Dinh talks EVO Experience and League of Legends Big News (video) with GameSpot
- October 31st - Dan Dinh - New Coach For C9 AMA with Reddit
- October 31st - Dan Dinh VLOG - C9 Coaching Responsibilities
- Solomid.net forum post by Messiah (SoloMid admin) solomid.net
- Stepping down from Epik Gamer twitter.com/epikgamer
- Team 4Not Facebook facebook.com
- League of Legends Roster Change
- Epik Gamer (EG) is streaming rank 5s right now. reddit.com
- Vlog 1-25-2013 youtube.com
- Dan Dinh to Coach Cloud 9 na.lolesports.com