|NAME:||Lee Da-yun (이다윤)|
|COUNTRY OF BIRTH:||South Korea|
|BIRTHDAY:||July 1, 1996|
|SOLOQ IDs:||삼성갤럭시Spirit, tiripS|
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Lee "Spirit" Da-yun (이다윤) is the Jungler for Afreeca Freecs.
Spirit was born on July 1, 1996 in South Korea. He is a professional League of Legends gamer and is highly sought-after for his excellent Jungle skills. With the reputation of being a confident carry jungler, Spirit's play style is aggressive and likes to be actively involved in every game.
League of Legends
Spirit first joined the Korean League of Legends team Samsung Galaxy Blue, former MVP Blue, in June 2013. During his time at Samsung Galaxy Blue, he and his team participated in the top-level OnGameNet tournaments and even took the first place in OGN Spring 2014. However during the 2014 Season World Championship, Samsung Galaxy Blue lost the semifinals against their sister team, Samsung Galaxy White.In November 2014, Spirit left his team and moved to Shanghai, China to join Team WE, which is China's first eSports club. Team WE was invited to participate IEM Season IX -World Championship after earning 1st place at IEM Season IX - Shenzen. The team ended second place in IEM Season IX -World Championship, losing against Team Solomid. Near the end of the season, Team WE was qualified to compete in the 2016 LPL Spring Season and played against Unlimited Potential.
At the start of season 6, November 2015, Spirit announced his departure from Team WE to join Fnatic, which were voted to participate in IEM Season X in Cologne, Germany. Spirit, alongside with Gamsu and Noxiak were the new members, joining the existing Fnatic members Febiven and Rekkles. The team had struggles in the beginning to find the right synergy and eventually replaced Noxiak by Klaj. Fnatic finished 3rd in the EU LCS Spring split of season 6.
In Summer, Spirit and Fnatic ended the round robin stage at 5th and the playoffs at 5th-6th, as they lost to H2k-Gaming (0-3) in the Quarterfinals. At the end of the split, Spirit parted ways with Fnatic. He then signed with Afreeca Freecs, as the team's starting Jungler for 2017 Spring.
- Most successful champion in 2015 was Nidalee, with KDA of 3.5 and six victories.
- Known for his good Lee Sin jukes.
- Seems to be patient, understanding and matured on both professional as well as personal level, as a 19-year-old.
- Famous for his aggressive "fight-fight-fight" play style during games.
|2017 LCK Summer Split|
- For more Champion Statistics CLICK HERE
|2014-12-20||World GameMaster Tournament 2014||5 - 8th||
||0 - 2||Groups/RR|
|2014-12-13||Demacia Cup Season 2||2nd||
||2 : 3|
|2014-10-11||2014 World Championship||3 - 4th||
||0 : 3|
|2014-08-16||HOT6iX Champions Summer 2014||2nd||
||2 : 3|
|2014-06-08||SK Telecom LTE-A LoL Masters 2014||1st||
||3 : 0|
|2014-05-24||HOT6iX Champions Spring 2014||1st||
||3 : 1|
|2014-01-18||ZOTAC NLB Winter 2013-2014||3rd||
||3 : 1|
- March 8th - AFs Spirit: "I'm personally confident in my current form" with Inven Global
- April 4th - (VIDEO) [영상 인터뷰 '스피릿' 이다윤 "결승전까지 올라갈 일만 남았다"] with FOMOS
- June 21st - '스피릿' 이다윤 "바텀 듀오 덕분에 시너지 효과 생긴다" with Daily Esports
- July 16th - 스피릿-마린 "패하면 끝이라고 생각하고 준비" with FOMOS
- October 19th - Spirit: “H2K is playing the real team game” with Red Bull Esports
- July 2nd - (VIDEO) True LOL Show Ep.03_트롤쇼 3회 (KR) with OGN
- September 25th - (VIDEO) 2014 World Championships Interview Group Stage with ongamenet
- October 4th - (VIDEO) LoL 2014 World Championship Interview - Spirit interview2 (SSB Jungle) with OGN Global
- October 10th - (VIDEO) Spirit on the narrowing gap between regions and their games vs. Cloud 9 with onGamers
- January 4th - Samsung's prodigal sons: Reviewing pawN, Deft, Mata, and Spirit's time abroad by Kelsey Moser (esports.yahoo.com)
- February 7th - Afreeca Spirit: “We’ll work harder to have a clean 2-0 victory, even though our next opponents are SK Telecom T1.” by Andrew Kim (slingshotesports.com)
- June 21st - Spirit: “When MaRin dies, we just pretend to not notice.” by Andrew Kim (slingshotesports.com)