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Background Information
Name: Fan Qi-Fang (方启帆)
Country of Birth: China China
Residency: News Label - China.png China
Role: Top
Favorite champions:    
Soloqueue IDs: King丶FL, King丶Skye
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Team History
Apr 2013 - Jun 2014
Energy Pacemakerlogo std.png EP.The One
Jun 2014 - May 2015
Team Kinglogo std.png Team King
May 2015 - Dec 2015
Royal Never Give Uplogo std.png Royal Never Give Up
Dec 2015 - Dec 2016
ZTR Gaminglogo std.png ZTR Gaming
Mar 2017 - Dec 2017
Newbeelogo std.png Newbee
Fan "Skye" Qi-Fang (Hanzi: 方启帆) was previously a top laner for Newbee. He was previously known as Yzt.


Early in his career, Skye played on a struggling Energy Pacemaker.The One before the roster merged with Energy Pacemaker.HK, where he wouldn't find himself teamless for long. On June 2014 Skye joined a reformed Team King. They failed to qualify for the LSPL, but due to Titan Catipay disbanding, Team King managed to take their spot. This prompted Team King to drop their former roster and pick up a new roster entirely, which included Skye in the top lane. This squad saw success and qualified for the 2015 LPL Season. In spring Team King finished 7th and made the playoffs but lost 2-3 to Snake Esports in the Quarterfinals. In May of 2015, Skye left the team and joined the newly formed Royal Never Give Up. The team finished the summer season in 9th place. They had to attend the promotion tournament and re-qualified for the LPL with a 3-2 victory over 2144 Danmu Gaming. Skye left the team in December of 2015 and joined the recently created LSPL team ZTR Gaming. He spent an entire year with them but ZTR never really achieved great results in the LSPL. He left the team in December of 2016 and took several months off. In March of 2017 he joined Newbee. In the 2017 LPL Spring Season Newbee finished 4th in their group with 6 wins and 10 losses. In their playoffs run although they defeated Invictus Gaming 3-1, team lost 0-3 to EDward Gaming in the Quarterfinals. In the 2017 Demacia Cup they finished 13th-20th after a 1-2 loss to Young Glory. Their summer season in the LPL went similar to their spring run. They placed 3rd in their group with 9 wins and 7 losses. In the playoffs they swept Snake Esports 3-0 in the first round but then got swept themselves 0-3 by Team WE in the Quarterfinals.





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