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ly4ly4ly4
IGL LY4.png
Background Information
NameLim Yang
Country of BirthSingapore Singapore
Residency
SEA
 SEA
Competitive
Role
Sub/Top
Favorite Champs

Social Media & Links
Infobox Fan Pagelogo std.png
Team History
??? 2011 - ??? 2011
Team Flashlogo std.pngTeam Flash
Mar 2012 - Apr 2013
Ssentinelslogo std.pngSingapore Sentinels
Apr 2013 - Sep 2013
Team Infinitylogo std.pngTeam Infinity
Sep 2013 - Aug 2014
Insidious Gaming Rebirthlogo std.pngInsidious Rebirth
Aug 2014 - Jun 2015
InsidiousGaminglogo std.pngInsidious Legends
Jun 2015 - Oct 2015
Impunitylogo std.pngImpunity Legends
Oct 2015 - ??? ????
Vestigiallogo std.pngVestigial
??? ???? - ??? 2017
Gate Crasherslogo std.pngGate Crashers

Lim "ly4ly4ly4" Yang is a retired League of Legends esports player, previously substitute top laner for Gate Crashers.

Biography[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Lim "ly4ly4ly4" Yang first entered the scene in season 1 with Flash eSports participating in the 2011 World Cyber Games. In the group stages they ended up going 3-0 beating the likes of the then Team Acer and the former Gamersburg Team. Unfortunately in the first round of playoffs, Flash was knock out of the tournament by Millenium losing to them 2-1.

Season 2[edit]

In March of 2012, Singapore Sentinels acquired the roster of Flash eSports. ly4ly4ly4 first started out as the main AD carry for the Sentinels but afterwards got benched as Chawy entered the team to play as AP/AD carry. As ToFuBoi's military service drew closer, ly4 was once again put in the main line-up as AD carry with d4rkness as his support. After several role swaps within the Sentinels, ly4 continued to play as AD carry with HaRleLuYaR as his support while d4rkness moved to the jungle of the Sentinels.

Trivia[edit]

  • Favorite champion is
    Corki
  • Was the first player in Season 2 to have hit 2k ELO for Singapore/Malaysia server
  • Played a total of 24 games of
    Ashe
    and maintained a 83.3% win ratio in Season 1
  • Was considered the prettiest member of the Singapore Sentinels
  • Has a rivalry with Toyz's
    Morgana
    as LY4's
    Ashe
    because they're nicknamed the "God Shield" and "God Arrow" respectively
  • His name derives from his initials, LY, and his favorite number, 4.

Tournament Results[edit]

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

Minimum place

Ly4ly4ly4 Tournament Results
DatePlEventLast ResultRoster
2016-11-20NQ Garena All-Star 2016
1 - 3Blanklogo std.pngRR
Team TLC SGlogo std.pngTLC SG Revive,  BBTY,  Cralix,  LY4,  Vera,  Zancazor
2016-08-133 - 4 GPL 2016 Summer
0 : 3Saigon Jokerslogo std.pngSAJ
Vestigiallogo std.pngVTL ly4ly4ly4,  BBTY,  Arykelic,  Mexilew,  Kra
2016-07-241 TLC Singapore 2016 Season
3 : 2Team Rigellogo std.pngRigel
Vestigiallogo std.pngVTL ly4ly4ly4,  BBTY,  Arykelic,  Rain,  Rapier
2015-12-205 - 6 TLC Singapore 2015 Winter Season
1 : 3Corvuslogo std.pngCorvus
Vestigiallogo std.pngVTL CHARMANDERBOT,  Rune,  CraliX,  ly4ly4ly4,  Birdy
2015-07-179 - 12 GPL 2015 Summer
1-0-2Blanklogo std.pngRR
Impunitylogo std.pngIPN.L ly4ly4ly4,  HaRleLuYaR,  Cralix,  BBTY,  Faith,  PessChap,  Skarm
2015-06-142 TLC Singapore 2015 Spring Season
2 : 3Nyan Zonelogo std.pngNYZ
InsidiousGaminglogo std.pngiSL LY4,  Harleluyar,  Rune,  Valkyrie,  Vera
2015-04-124 GPL 2015 Spring Playoffs
1 : 3269 Gaminglogo std.png269
InsidiousGaminglogo std.pngiSL LY4,  HaRleLuYaR,  Rune,  Valkyrie,  Rapier
2015-03-304 GPL 2015 Spring
3-2-1Blanklogo std.pngRR
InsidiousGaminglogo std.pngiSL LY4,  HaRleLuYaR,  Nelson,  Zappy,  Rune,  Valkyrie,  Rapier
2015-03-081 Legends Cyber Arena 2015 Season 1
4 - 0Blanklogo std.pngRR
InsidiousGaminglogo std.pngiSL LY4,  HaRleLuYaR,  Rune,  Valkyrie,  Rapier
2015-01-10NQ IEM Season IX - Taipei SEA Qualifier
0 : 2FantasticFiveLogo std.pngSF5
InsidiousGaminglogo std.pngiSL ly4ly4ly4,  HaRleLuYaR,  Rune,  Valkyrie,  Rapier

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References