Forsaken (Cheng Yi-Ji)

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Forsaken
ForsakenChina.jpg
Background Information
NameCheng Yi-Ji (程艺集)
Country of BirthItaly Italy
NationalityChina China
BirthdayDecember 16, 1998 (age 20)
Residency
EU
 Europe
Competitive
TeamRacoon (Italian Team)logo std.pngRacoon
RoleTop Laner
Favorite ChampsMalphiteSquare.pngYasuoSquare.png
Competitive IDsCHNKiller, ForsakenChina
Soloqueue IDsForsaken16 (EUW)
Social Media & Links
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Infobox LOLProslogo std.png
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Team History
Jan 2016 - May 2017
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Element Gaminglogo std.pngElement Gaming
Jun 2017 - May 2018
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IDomina eSportslogo std.pngiDomina eSports
May 2018 - Aug 2018
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IDomina eSportslogo std.pngiDomina eSports
Nov 2018 - Nov 2018
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ViS Lion's Denlogo std.pngViS Lions' Den
Nov 2018 - Jan 2019
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VIS eSportslogo std.pngVIS eSports
Jan 2019 - Present
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Racoon (Italian Team)logo std.pngRacoon

Cheng "Forsaken" Yi-Ji (Kanji: 程艺集) is the top laner for Racoon.

Biography

Season 6

Cheng "ForsakenChina" Yi-Ji was pulled out of solo queue by the Element gaming's coach Xaileen after reaching Master rank in solo queue at the time. After reaching 4th place at the IGL 2017 Playoffs due to the team's missing mid and jungler players he decided to leave the organization.

Season 7

After a short period at Team Forge, he moved to IDomina eSports. He participated in most of the tournaments with iDomina and achieved several third places but always fell short at the playoffs.

Season 8

Forsaken stayed at iDomina at the start of the season after the team reformed the roster adding Rharesh as adc, Tsuzume as midlaner and ClaP as jungler. The team achieved good results at the first phases of PG Nationals/2018 Season/Spring Season but unfortunately lost 1-2 to Team Forge at the semifinals after a well fought BO3. At the beginning of the summer, he left iDomina. In October, he joined VIS eSports.

Trivia

  • Former MalphiteSquare.png Malphite main. Malphite banrate was really high over the tournaments he played.

Tournament Results

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Forsaken (Cheng Yi-Ji) Tournament Results
DatePlEventLast ResultTeamRoster
2019-05-16aaaaaaQ
PG Nationals 2019 Summer Promotion
1 : 2HG Esportslogo std.pngHG
Racoon (Italian Team)logo std.pngRCN
 Forsaken,
 Canee,
 Phantomles,
 Rharesh,
 darkchri,
 Mun Harashi
2019-03-110070007
PG Nationals 2019 Spring
2 - 12Blanklogo std.pngRR
Racoon (Italian Team)logo std.pngRCN
 Forsaken,
 Flipper,
 Phantomles,
 Traitor,
 S1d,
 KiKi
2018-12-05bbbbbbNQ
PG Nationals 2019 Spring Promotion
2 : 3Dark Zonelogo std.pngDZ
VIS eSportslogo std.pngVIS
 Forsaken,
 Reich Blond,
 NABAMREP,

 Gnaffo,
 Geeroid,


 Lazuriel,
 Smaule,
 Zaguardo
2018-11-2901000010
EVC 2018 Winter
0-1-8Blanklogo std.pngRR
ViS Lion's Denlogo std.pngVIS
 I am Kees,
 Skel,
 ForsakenChina,
 SezzeR,
 Reich Blond,
 Wowete,
 Kooiji,
 NABAMREP,


 Lazuriel,
 Geeroid,
 Smaule
2018-11-11aaaaaaQ
PG Nationals 2019 Spring Open Qualifier
1 : 0Logo std.pngSOME
ViS Lion's Denlogo std.pngVIS
 ForsakenChina,
 Gnaffo,
 Reich und Blond,
 Permaban,
 Geeroid,
 Lazuriel
2018-06-070030003
EIC 2018 Summer
4 - 3Blanklogo std.pngRR
IDomina eSportslogo std.pngiD
 ForsakenChina,
 Raven,
 Demon,
 Lazuriel,
 Vaniiali,
 Zwyroo,
 Rharesh,
 Horizon
2018-03-270030043 - 4
Lega Prima Season 3 Playoffs
0 : 3Outplayedlogo std.pngOP
IDomina eSportslogo std.pngiD
 ForsakenChina,
 Demon,
 Tsuzume,
 Rharesh,
 Horizon,
 Mun Harashi
2018-03-210030043 - 4
PG Nationals 2018 Spring Playoffs
1 : 2Team Forgelogo std.png4G
IDomina eSportslogo std.pngiD
 ForsakenChina,
 Demon,
 Tsuzume,
 Rharesh,
 Horizon,
 Mun Harashi
2018-03-150030003
PG Nationals 2018 Spring
5 - 5Blanklogo std.pngRR
IDomina eSportslogo std.pngiD
 ForsakenChina,
 Demi,
 ClaP,
 Demon,
 Reaper,
 Tsuzume,
 Rharesh,
 Horizon,
 Mun Harashi
2018-03-130030003
Lega Prima Season 3
8-4-2Blanklogo std.pngRR
IDomina eSportslogo std.pngiD
 Varkia,
 Demi,
 Reaper,
 ClaP,
 Demon,
 Tsuzume,

 ForsakenChina,
 Rharesh,
 Horizon,
 Mun Harashi

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