Slay

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Slay
GAM Slay 2020 Split 2.png
Background Information
NameNguyễn Ngọc Hùng
Country of BirthVietnam Vietnam
BirthdayJuly 28, 1997 (age 23)
Residency
VN
Vietnam
Prev Residencies
SEA
SEA
Competitive
TeamMESlogo std.pngGAM Esports
Role
Bot Laner
Favorite Champs

Soloqueue IDsGAM sup (VN), gam slay (EUW)
Social Media & Links
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Team History
??? ???? -Apr 2014
Hanoi Fatelogo std.pngHanoi Fate
Apr 2014 - Oct 2014
G5 E-Sport Fate Teamlogo std.pngG5 E-Sport Fate Team
Oct 2014 - ??? ????
Hanoi Fatelogo std.pngHanoi Fate
??? ???? - Dec 2016
Saigon Jokerslogo std.pngSaigon Jokers
Dec 2016 - May 2017
MESlogo std.pngGIGABYTE Marines
Jun 2017 - Aug 2017
Cherry Esportslogo std.pngCherry Esports
Dec 2017 - Mar 2019
EVOS Esportslogo std.pngEVOS Esports
May 2019 - Jan 2020
MESlogo std.pngGAM Esports
Jan 2020 - Present
MESlogo std.pngGAM Esports

Nguyễn "Slay" (▶️ listen) Ngọc Hùng is a League of Legends esports player, currently bot laner for GAM Esports.

Biography[edit]

2014 Spring[edit]

Nguyễn "Slay" Ngọc Hùng joined Hanoi Fate as a flexible player to play Top, Jungle and AD carry in the 2014 Vietnam Championship Series A Spring. Hanoi Fate would finish the series 3rd, with a 9-5 record to secure the final place in the 2014 GPL Summer Qualifiers/Vietnamese Qualifier, and would earn the team a sponsorship from G5 E-Sport.

At the Qualifier the G5 E-Sport Fate Team would finish 3rd, with a 1-1-1 record, failing to gain a spot in the 2014 GPL Summer.

2014 Summer[edit]

In the 2014 Vietnam Championship Series A Summer Slay was able to focus purely on the AD role, improving the teams play rapidly, allowing the team to secure first place with a 1st place regular season result with a 9-3-2 record. In playoffs the team would

Just days before the GPL Qualifier the team would lose their sponsorship from G5 E-Sport becoming the Hanoi Fate again.

In the GPL Qualifier group stage the Fate would place joint 1st with a 3-1 record in their group, they therefore qualified to the GPL 2015 Spring.

2015 Spring[edit]

In the round of 16 group stage Hanoi Fate would qualify in 2nd in their group with a 4-2 record, however Slay play 3 roles.

This would hinder teams performance as they consistently swapped roles, winning just one of 12 games in the 2nd group stage and being eliminated with a top 8 finish.

2015 Summer[edit]

Seeing the mistake of the Spring the Hanoi Fate once again returned to players with a single role, Slay would play top lane in all games of both the 2015 GPL Summer and the 2015 Vietnam Championship Series A Summer.

In the 2015 Vietnam Championship Series A Summer the Hanoi Fate finished in joint 3rd, with a 21-9 record, which was unbroken by a single round robin tiebreaker between 3 teams. All of which would have qualified to the GPL 2016 Spring if the format had remained the same

In the 2015 GPL Summer the Hanoi Fate were seeded due to their top 8 finish. This allowed them a 1st place 2-1-0 result in the first group stage. However the team would fall in the second group stage again, with a 6th place finish with a 3-4 record.

In the 2015 Capital Invitational Tournament Slay would return to AD, the team finished in 3rd with a 1-2 record.

2016 Spring[edit]

Slay would join the Saigon Jokers as an AD player, sharing time with Celebrity, to compete in the VCS 2016 Spring. After losing the first game of the split the Saigon Jokers won 12 consecutive games, ending the split in 1st with a 15-3 record.

In playoffs the Jokers would win two 5 game series against Boba Marines and Full Louis to qualify for the GPL 2016 Spring.

The team struggled in the group stage, finishing joint third with a 3-2 record. Despite facing a team that they had lost to in the group stage in both of their best of 5 series they qualified to the 2016 International Wildcard Invitational.

In the 2016 IWCI group stage the jokers would finish 4th, with a 4-3 record. In the bracket stage Slay would lose his first BO5 with the Jokers losing 3-0 to eventual winner and Mid-Season Invitational representative SuperMassive eSports.

2016 Summer[edit]

Slay would continue to share time with Celebrity in the VCS 2016 Summer and again would achieve 1st place with a 10-7-1 record. In the VCS A/2016 Season/Summer Playoffs the Jokers would sweep both series 3-0.

Slay would not play any part in the teams GPL/2016 Season/Summer victory or their 0-7 collapse in the 2016 International Wildcard Qualifier

Due to the Jokers being disbanded Slay would join the GIGABYTE Marines.

2017 Spring[edit]

The Marines would dominate the VCS A/2017 Season/Spring Season with a 12-0 record only losing 3 games in the regular season, in the VCS 2017 Spring Playoffs they would defeat Young Generation 3-0 to qualify for the GPL/2017 Season/Spring

The Marines would be even more dominant in the GPL winning the final 3-0 and qualifying for the 2017 Mid-Season Invitational

At MSI, the Marines ended the Play-In group stage at 1st place, with a 5-1 record, only dropping a game against, Virtus.pro. The team then faced Team SoloMid and won the first 2 games of the series, but were reverse swept, ending the match at 2-3. They then defeated SuperMassive eSports in the 3rd round (3-1) to make it to the Group Stage.

Although the team failed to make it out of the Group Stage with a 6th place finish and 3-7 result, they still managed to secure a Group Stage spot for the GPL region at the 2017 Season World Championship.

2017 Summer[edit]

After the 2017 Mid-Season Invitational roster, Slay was removed from the Roster, and would join Cherry Esports under the IGN "Slayer" as a top laner. The team would have a poor performance barely avoiding relegation in 6th while having a 4-10 record.

Slay returned to the AD role, joining the newly formed EVOS Esports who qualified through the VCS 2018 Summer Promotion losing just one game.

2018 Spring[edit]

With Slay back in the AD role EVOS Esports would dominate the regular split with a 12-2 record, in Playoffs Slay would beat his former team in a 5 game series to both qualify for the 2018 Mid-Season Invitational and become Vietnam's representative for the 2018 Asian Games.

2018 International Events[edit]

At MSI EVOS Esports were seeded into the 2nd round, only needing to beat SuperMassive eSports to qualify to the main event. At the main event EVOS Esports would finish 6th with a 2-8 record.

In the 2018 Asian Games Qualifier, Vietnam would finish 11-1 and qualify to the main event.

At Rift Rivals Vietnam would finish a disappointing 3rd with EVOS Esports only winning one of four matches.

2018 Summer[edit]

In the VCS 2018 Summer Season EVOS Esports underperformed finishing 4th with a 8-6 record.

Before the Playoffs EVOS Esports competed in the 2018 Asian Games, placing 5-6th with a 2-4 record.

In the VCS Playoffs EVOS Esports lost a 5 game series to Cube Adonis finishing 4th.

2019 Spring[edit]

Due to the Summer underperformance Slay would share time for the first time since 2016 with Noway although Noway would start more games, including all of the VCS Playoff games.

Individually Slay would win 8 out of 14 games in the teams 3rd place, 9-5 finish.

2019 Summer[edit]

After losing his spot at EVOS to Noway, Slay changed roles to play support for GAM Esports, meaning Slay had played all 5 roles professionally. Slay would play in all of GAM Esports games in their 1st place 11-3 finish. He would split time equally with Hieu3 in their undefeated VCS Playoffs Run against Lowkey Esports and Team Flash.Vietnam to secure a place in the 2019 World Championship.

Trivia[edit]

He has the most VCS Champions titles with 6

Tournament Results[edit]

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

Minimum place

Slay Tournament Results
DatePlEventLast ResultRoster
2020-05-284 Mid-Season Showdown 2020
1 - 5Blanklogo std.pngRR
MESlogo std.pngGAM Kiaya,  Levi,  Genza,  Dia1,  Easylove,  Jisoo,  Slay,  Scary
2020-05-241 Pulsefire Cup 2020
3 : 1Phong Vũ Buffalologo std.pngDBL
MESlogo std.pngGAM Kiaya,  Levi,  Dia1,  Easylove,  Slay
2019-10-1713 - 16 Worlds 2019
1 - 5Blanklogo std.pngRR
MESlogo std.pngGAM Zeros,  Levi,  Kiaya,  Zin,  Hieu3,  Slay,  Yuna
2019-09-141 VCS 2019 Summer Playoffs
3 : 0Team Flashlogo std.pngFL
MESlogo std.pngGAM Zeros,  Levi,  Kiaya,  Zin,  Slay,  Hieu3,  Yuna
2019-08-111 VCS 2019 Summer
11 - 3Blanklogo std.pngRR
MESlogo std.pngGAM Kiaya,  Zeros,  Levi,  Hieu3,  Yoshino,  Minas,  Zin,  Slay,  Yuna,  Tinikun
2019-03-243 VCS 2019 Spring
9 - 5Blanklogo std.pngRR
EVOS Esportslogo std.pngEVS Stark,  YiJin,  Dia1,  Petland,  Slay,  Noway,  RonOP,  Violet
2018-09-074 VCS 2018 Summer Playoffs
2 : 3Cube Adonislogo std.pngADN
EVOS Esportslogo std.pngEVS Stark,  YiJin,  Warzone,  Slay,  RonOP,  Violet
2018-08-285 - 6 2018 Asian Games Main Event
2 - 4Blanklogo std.pngRR
Vietnamlogo std.pngVIE Stark,  Yi Jin,  Warzone,  Slay,  RonOP,  Violet
2018-08-194 VCS 2018 Summer
8 - 6Blanklogo std.pngRR
EVOS Esportslogo std.pngEVS Violet,  Stark,  YiJin,  Warzone,  Slay,  RonOP,  Jensen
2018-06-06Q 2018 Asian Games SEA Qualifier
11 - 1Blanklogo std.pngRR
Vietnamlogo std.pngVIE Stark,  YiJin,  Warzone,  Slay,  RonOP,  Beyond,  Violet
Slay 1v1 Tournament Results
DatePlEventPrizeTeamLast Result
2015-10-124 - 8Vietnam GameK Challenger Season 2₫500,000Hanoi Fatelogo std.pngFate1 : 2 ⁠Hanoi Fatelogo std.pngJinky

Interviews[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Name Pronunciation

Slay
AccuracyBroadcast
Voiced ByGrindelwald

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