|Name||Chen "Gilles" Xiao-Zhou|
|Country of Birth||Luxembourg|
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Jinsh played with the mousesports early on in their attempt to qualify for the EUCS Summer Qualifier via the Challenger Ladder, but was replaced by Xioh as the date of the ladder lock approached. When the team's starting roster joined the organization officially, Jinsh became a substitute for the team.
He was later called on by mousesports ahead of their 2016 EU LCS Spring Promotion matchup against Gambit Gaming, becoming the team's starting midlaner after Xioh stepped down from the position. Despite the change, Jinsh and the team were unable to claim a place in the LCS, losing the series.
- Is of Chinese descent.
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