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NAME: Hai Du Lam
BIRTHDAY: September 20, 1992 (1992-09-20) (age 25)
TEAM: FlyQuest eSports
ROLE: MidLane Icon.png Mid Laner
SOLOQ IDs: C9 HyperX Diego
C9 Hai
C9 Hairo
C9 KingKiller (KR)
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Jungler Apr 2012 - May 2012
nFear Gaming
Jungler May 2012 - Nov 2012
Orbit Gaming
Mid Laner Nov 2012 - Dec 2012
Quantic Gaming
Mid Laner Dec 2012 - Apr 2013
Substitute Feb 2013 - May 2013
Team Curse
Mid Laner Apr 2013 - May 2013
Quantic Gaming
Mid Laner > Jungler > Support May 2013 - Jan 2017
Mid Laner Apr 2016 - Jan 2017
Cloud9 Challenger
Mid Laner Jan 2017 - Present
FlyQuest eSports

Overview   Champion Statistics   Match History    

Hai "Hai" Du Lam is the mid for FlyQuest eSports.


Hai Lam comes from Grandville, Michigan and graduated from Grandville Highschool. During his high school life, Hai was an active participant in the Counter Strike community, and enjoyed many Warcraft III custom games along with climbing the ladder.

Hai moved to East Lansing, Michigan, after completing high school in pursuit of a degree in Media Arts and Technology at Michigan State University. He was a prominent member of the League of Legends club on campus.

With the end of the Spring 2012 semester, Hai hit 2500 elo and a top 5 position on the Solo Queue ladder. Using his new-found influence, he was able to gather a team of his own to create No Fear.

Orbit Gaming

On May 25th, 2012, Orbit Gaming announced the acquisition of the roster form Hai's nFear Gaming.

Afterward, Orbit placed 7th/8th at the 2012 MLG - Spring Championship. At the Spring Championship, Orbit defeated vVv Gaming 2-0 in the first round, but lost 1-2 to Counter Logic Gaming Prime in the second round which placed them in the loser's bracket. In the loser's bracket, Orbit defeated Redact 2-0, Team Legion 2-0, and Team SoloMid Evo 2-0. They eventually lost to Counter Logic Gaming EU 1-2 in the fifth round of the loser's bracket.

On June 30th, 2012, Orbit Gaming competed in the Leaguepedia North American Invitational. In the two day online tournament, they were able to finish in first place, most notably defeating Curse Gaming 2-1 in the quarterfinals and sweeping Team Dynamic 2-0 in the finals. On August 26th, Orbit took fourth place at the 2012 MLG Summer Championship, losing to Dynamic 1-2 in the third place match. This led to a tie with Monomaniac Ferus for eighth place in the North American Season Two Circuit Rankings. To decide the last spot for Season Two Regional Finals Seattle, a best of three tiebreaker match was held. Orbit lost 0-2 to mMe and was denied a spot at the North American Regionals.

Quantic Gaming

With the tournament being done, on November 12th, 2012, Hai left Orbit Gaming and joined Quantic Gaming, along with teammates Nientonsoh, LemonNation, WildTurtle, and Yazuki.

This was short lived as Quantic Gaming disbanded due to lack of resources to support the team.

Hai later rejoins Quantic Gaming on Febuary 1st, 2013. He leads the team as they qualify for the Summer Season of the NA LCS.


Competing under the name "Team NomNom" and then Cloud 9, Nientonsoh, Hai, Yazuki, Wild Turtle and LemonNation would secure a spot in the Season 3 North American Offline Qualifier for the League of Legends Championship Series. However, Cloud 9 would be knocked out of the tournament in the group stage after losing to Team MRN and Azure Gaming.

Initially, Nientonsoh said that Cloud9 would disband in light of the loss. The team later decided to stay together, although Nientonsoh and Yazuki would leave the team and a massive roster swap would ensue. Hai shifted from jungle to mid, and new junglers and top laners were actively being tried out in online competitions. With their final roster of Balls, Meteos, Hai, LemonNation, and SnEaKyCaStRoO finally being set, the team set out to qualify for the NA LCS.

On Febuary 1st, 2013 Quantic Gaming reforms. Shortly after on April 6th, 2013, Quantic's Roster was set with: Balls, Meteos, Hai, LemonNation, and SnEaKyCaStRoO.

On May 11th, 2013 Quantic qualified for the Summer Season of the NA LCS.

Season 5

On April 22nd, 2015, Cloud 9 Manager and Founder Jack Etienne posted on the Cloud 9 website that Hai was retiring from competitive League of Legends and leaving the team. This followed a post on the League of Legends subreddit that showed Charlie, the coach of Cloud 9, chatting with a streamer on how Hai had left the house. Hai mainly blamed his wrist injury in his retirement, saying "My wrist injury is something that I simply cannot ignore. It limits my ability to play as much as I need to and my ability to improve. I cannot keep up with the amount of Solo Queue games my teammates play and it’s not fair to them. At best, my wrist injury would have only allowed me to play for another split and that wasn’t even certain."(Hai Lam)

Hai also stated that the team morale was at an all time low and that his teammates began to lose trust not only in his shotcalling, but his performance as a player. Hai announced that he is now a Chief Gaming Officer of Cloud 9. On July 4th 2015 (6th week of the NA LCS summer split 2015), Hai returned to LCS as a Jungler for C9, replacing Meteos, who stepped down. Cloud9 lost two bans in their first match of the week against Team Liquid, having announced this substitution late. Hai stated he returned to boost the team morale that had faltered with their worst split since they entered the LCS and help the team avoid relegations with his shotcalling as Meteos stated he was unable to do so and wasn't fit to be a shotcaller and knew the team would trust in Hai more.

On stream Sneaky stated it felt better to have Hai replace Meteos and return to shotcalling. Incarnation also stated with Hai he felt he could finally play as he was expected to because Hai would always back him up. Hai's return to shotcalling helped C9 avoid being relegated and for the first time all season they looked like Cloud 9 again. During this time Hai had success on several champions and items that had never seen success in the NA LCS. With the morale returning Cloud 9 ran through the Gauntlet reverse sweeping Gravity and Impulse making it C9's third reverse sweep of the year and finally crushing Liquid 3-1 and qualifying for Worlds in what was called the Cinderella run. Even certain Riot employees, casters, and other teams started to cheer for C9 as they did the near impossible including members of CLG who referred to them as gods.[1][2]


  • Hai was a sub for Salce on Epik Gamer and nearly went to Dreamhack.
  • Widely considered as one of the best shotcallers in NA
  • Favors tanky/utility junglers, including
  • Hai has played in many positions for professional teams, and previously specialized in the Jungling role before switching to Mid lane.
  • Prefers AD mids like
  • More/Less Trivia
  • Is 3/4 Chinese, 1/4 Vietnamese
  • Suffers from Pneumothorax and unable to participate in All-Star 2014
  • First and only player in NA to find success and win on
    in the LCS.
  • First player to build Devourer in the LCS.
  • Only player in NA to have been picked as the MVP multiple times on 3 diffrent roles.
  • Voted most influental and strongest player in 2016 Challenger series.
  • Has retired twice due to wrist problems.
  • Considered one of the best 3 shotcallers in the entire World.
  • Known for outstanding shotcalls the won C9 the majority of their games.
  • Climbed faster and higher than any other NA player during 2015 Korean bootcamp passing even pro OGN players and being 1# in Master before reaching Challenger.
  • Has dyed part of his hair blue during LCS Spring split of 2015 and Blonde after 2015 Worlds.
  • First NA player to reach Challenger in Korea during 2015.
  • His Korean name C9 KingKiller is a refrence to The Kingkiller Chronicles.
  • Considered to have been one of the best
    Twisted Fate
    player in NA.
  • Korean Pro Players said they were impressed with Hai's play style and ability to carry his teams in Challenger SoloQue in Korea.
  • Before Jack bought the team Hai handled all the team business aquired sponsors for the team and read every contract.
  • Was fined €500 for violating Section 9.1.3 of the World Championship Ruleset - Disruptive Behavior/Insults.[3]

Current Statistics

2017 NA LCS Summer Split

FlyQuest eSports

17 7 10 41.2% 43 51 91 2.6 5,092 8.5

11 5 6 45.5% 33 40 45 2 4,001 9

4 2 2 50% 25 13 20 3.5 1,278 8.9

2 1 1 50% 7 1 9 16 640 10.1

2 1 1 50% 3 5 10 2.6 579 8.8

2 0 2 0% 8 10 8 1.6 658 8.2

2 0 2 0% 2 11 7 0.8 525 8.6

1 0 1 0% 2 3 2 1.3 224 7

1 0 1 0% 3 4 4 1.8 248 5.8

1 0 1 0% 5 5 1 1.2 172 6.3

Twisted Fate
1 1 0 100% 3 2 7 5 347 8.4
T 44 17 27 38.6% 134 145 204 2.3 13,764 8.6
For more Champion Statistics Click Here


Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2017-09-09 NA LCS.png 2017 NA LCS Regional Qualifiers NQ
1 : 3
2017-04-22 NA LCS.png 2017 NA LCS Spring Playoffs 4th
2 : 3

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2016-08-06 NA LCS.png 2017 NA LCS Spring Promotion Q
3 : 0
2016-07-20 CS NA logo.png 2016 NACS Summer 1st
3 : 2

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2015-10-11 Worlds Logosmall.png 2015 World Championship 9 - 12th
3 - 4 Groups/RR
2015-04-19 NA LCS.png 2015 NA LCS Spring 2nd
1 : 3

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2014-12-07 Esltumbnail.png IEM Season IX - San Jose 1st
3 : 0
2014-10-04 Worlds Logosmall.png 2014 World Championship 5 - 8th
1 : 3
2014-09-01 NA LCS.png 2014 NA LCS Summer 2nd
2 : 3
2014-04-20 NA LCS.png 2014 NA LCS Spring 1st
3 : 0

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2013-09-23 Worlds Logosmall.png Season 3 World Championship 5 - 8th
1 : 2
2013-09-02 NA LCS.png Season 3 NA LCS Summer 1st
3 : 0
2013-03-17 MLG-Logo-Small.png 2013 MLG Winter Championship Summer Promotion Qualifier 1st
2 : 0
2013-02-13 MLG-Logo-Small.png Rising Stars Invitational #5 1st
2 : 0
2013-02-06 MLG-Logo-Small.png Rising Stars Invitational #4 1st
2 : 0
2013-01-18 MLG-Logo-Small.png Rising Stars Invitational #1 1st
2 : 0
2013-01-06 Tsm25.png Solomid NA Invitational 12 3rd
0 : 2

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2012-12-16 Tsm25.png SoloMid Series - Finals 2nd
1 : 3
2012-11-18 Tsm25.png SoloMid Series - Week 4 3rd
0 : 2
2012-11-11 Lone Star Clash 2.png Lone Star Clash 2 3rd
0 : 2
2012-10-28 Tsm25.png SoloMid Series - Week 2 2nd
0 : 2
2012-10-21 Tsm25.png SoloMid Series - Week 1 2nd
1 : 2
2012-09-30 Emssmalllogo.png SoloMid NA Invitational 11 1st
2 : 0
2012-08-26 MLG-Logo-Small.png 2012 MLG Summer Championship 4th
1 : 2
2012-08-19 Tsm25.png SoloMid NA Invitational 7 3rd
0 : 2
2012-07-08 Tsm25.png SoloMid NA Invitational 4 1st
2 : 1
2012-07-01 LPLogoBook25x25.png Leaguepedia NA Invitational 1st
2 : 0
2012-06-24 Tsm25.png Solomid NA Invitational 2 3rd
1 : 2

Individual Awards
Date Event Award Team
2014-04-20 NA LCS.png 2014 NA LCS Spring Playoffs MVP


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