|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||November 13, 1995 (age 23)|
|Soloqueue IDs||stuntopia, Origami X, 5tunt|
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William "Stunt" Chen joined Call Gaming in May 2014, along with teammates DarkBlight, iucid, Environmental, and Rakin. The team qualified for the NA Expansion Tournament via the ranked 5's ladder but then lost to Team Coast in the first round of the tournament and were eliminated. On December 22, Call Gaming parted with their Expansion roster and Stuntopolis left the team.
Stunt played with Astral Authority in the NA Challenger Series Open Qualifier, where they placed third after a semifinal loss to Team Frostbite and then a third-place victory over Also Known As. This finish gave them the fourth seed in the qualifier itself, due to Vortex's dropping out. Prior to the qualifier, the team left the organization and reformed under the name Samadder Gaming; however, the roster did not stay with Samadder for long and ultimately competed in the qualifier under the name "Astral Authority," successfully qualifying for the NACS. However, Stunt didn't stay with the team for the season, instead accepting an offer to play with Ember.
Ember finished second in the regular season, with a 3-1-1 record. Additionally, Stunt played for Echo Fox for one game of the LCS, when the entire Ember roster (other than underage jungler Contractz) substituted for them. Due to Contractz's ineligibility to play in the promotion tournament, Ember signed Santorin as a substitute starting with the NACS playoffs. They lost in the first round to Team Dragon Knights. After their failure to qualify for the LCS, Ember released all of their players except for Contractz, and Stunt left the team.
Stunt joined Team Liquid Academy in May. Although the team had decent performances in the NA CS, they lost 2-3 to Cloud9 Challenger in the 2016 NA CS Summer Playoffs. They failed to qualify for the NA LCS after a 2-3 loss to Echo Fox in the 2017 Spring Promotion Tournament. Stunt left the team in August of 2016. He would then be a substitute for teams like Team Liquid and Team Dignitas.
In March of 2017, Stunt would join Phoenix1. The team alternated between him and Shady as their main support. P1 finished 3rd in the regular season of Spring with an 11-7 record. In the playoffs P1 was knocked out in the semifinals but managed to win the third place match 3-2 against FlyQuest. Stunt left the team in May and joined Immortals as a substitute for the remainder of the season. In November after Immortals were not accepted in the newly franchised NA LCS, Stunt left the team and joined FlyQuest as their new support.
- Can play mid lane in addition to support.
- Enjoys cooking and eating.
- Favorite game is Kingdom Hearts.
- The story behind his name is that his handle in SSBB was "Stunt." When he was playing competitive Pokemon, he would make smurf accounts to test new teams, all of which had names that were variations of "Stunt." The highest-rated account was "Stuntopolis."
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- February 17, Stunt on FlyQuest finally locking in their full roster, how they'll come back in the second half with Travis Gafford on YouTube
- February 24, Stunt on his win vs OpTic: “That game brought me back to my favorite win, where I was about to give up playing professionally and I said to myself this was my last go.” with Izento on The Shotcaller
- March 20, Stunt: FlyQuest can’t practice late game in scrims, “We even purposely try not to take kills lvl 1” with Blitz Esports
- February 15, Stunt on subbing in for Xpecial, fans not taking Challenger seriously, and joining Team Dignitas with Yahoo!
- March 13, Stunt on being transferred to Phoenix1 and adapting to a new team mid-split with Slingshot Esports
- March 17, Stunt on joining Phoenix1: ‘All the players on P1 I can really trust to do their jobs… expectations are on me to do well’ with Yahoo!
- May 19, William Stunt Chen: The competitive scene is very cutthroat and you can expect to be dropped if you underperform with poetanarchy Esports Heaven
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- Call Gaming parts with its current LoL Roster callgaming.com
- Ember Roster and Staff Changes — January 2016 medium.com
- Ember Roster and Staff Changes — March 2016 medium.com
- Team Liquid Academy brings on Goldenglue, Solo, Stunt, and Moon espn.go.com