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Background Information
NameJoedat Esfahani
Country of BirthUnited States United States
BirthdayDecember 15, 1994 (age 23)
 North America
TeamMeme Stream Dream Team
RoleTop Laner
Previous Role(s)Mid
Favorite ChampsEliseSquare.pngRenektonSquare.pngAkaliSquare.pngLee SinSquare.png
Soloqueue IDsCrs Vooby, Crs Voyboy, CLG Voyman (KR)
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Team History
Nov 2010 - Sep 2011
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Rslogo std.png Rock Solid
Sep 2011 - May 2012
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Dignitaslogo std.png Team Dignitas
May 2012 - Oct 2012
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Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.png CLG Prime
Nov 2012 - Oct 2013
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Team Curselogo std.png Team Curse
Oct 2013 - Nov 2014
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Team Curselogo std.png Team Curse
??? 2015 - Jan 2016
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Team Frostbitelogo std.png Team Frostbite
Jun 2017 - Aug 2017
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Delta Foxlogo std.png Delta Fox
Nov 2017 - Present
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Logo std.png Meme Stream Dream Team
Joedat "Voyboy" Esfahani is the top laner for Meme Stream Dream Team. He is most well-known for being the top laner of Team Dignitas and later the mid laner of Team Curse.


Voyboy is from Berkeley, California in the USA. He originally became well known through his top-tier EzrealSquare.png Ezreal play and his role in popularizing Wriggle's Lantern outside of the jungle.

League of Legends Career

Voyboy first played toplane for Rock Solid, a team formed in 2010 with Naryt, rambo, scarra, Araragi, samtheham, and Th3RaT. While at first the team was unremarkable, a new iteration of the lineup including Voyboy, Jatt, scarra, imaqtpie, and L0cust suddenly came out of nowhere and started to take tournament results from major teams Team SoloMid and Counter Logic Gaming. On September 22, the Rock Solid lineup was acquired by Team Dignitas.

Season 2

With Dignitas, Voyboy became known as one of the strongest toplaners in North America, famous in particular for his AkaliSquare.png Akali play. Dignitas placed third at IEM Kiev, second at IEM Hanover, and third at IPL 4, in addition to several top finishes in online tournaments.

On May 19, 2012 Voyboy was part of an infamous three-way roster swap of players between top North American teams: he himself moved from Dignitas to CLG, while HotshotGG switched roles from toplane to jungle and Saintvicious left the team. Saintvicious joined Team Curse, replacing Crumbzz, while Crumbzz switched roles from jungle to toplane and replaced Voyboy on Dignitas.

With CLG, Voyboy was invited to play in Champions Summer 2012, and he traveled with the team to Korea. Despite an early elimination from the tournament, the team stayed in a gaming house to prepare for the Season 2 Regional Finals. At the regional finals, the team qualified for the Season 2 World Championship in third place, but at Worlds they were unable to win a single game, being eliminated in the group stage and ending the tournament with a 11th/12th place.

Preseason 3

On October 22, 2012 Voyboy left CLG as the team underwent a major roster change. On November 1, he joined Team Curse as their new toplaner, replacing Salce.[1] With teammates saintvicious, Nyjacky, Cop, and Elementz, Voyboy qualified for the LCS.

Season 3

Voyboy played in both the spring split and the summer split with Curse. He was a part of the Analyst Desk at the Season 3 World Championship.[2]

2014 Preseason

On October 14, 2013 Quas joined Team Curse from Gold Gaming LA, taking over Voyboy's toplane position; Voyboy stayed on the roster, moving to midlane. Voyboy was the subject of Thorin's 84th Grilled interview.[3]

2014 Season

Once again, Voyboy played in both LCS splits with Team Curse, this time as their midlaner. He became particularly known for his SyndraSquare.png Syndra play.

2015 Preseason

On November 11, 2014, Voyboy announced his departure from Team Curse.[4] Though he did not plan to retire from competitive esports, he wanted to take some time off from playing in the LCS.


  • Won 1st place at his first LAN event as a substitute for Counter Logic Gaming.
  • Technically qualified for the Season 3 Championship Series twice, once with Counter Logic Gaming and once with Curse Gaming
  • Was ranked #1 on the Solo (5v5) Ladder on the North American Server in Season One.[5]
  • Known for his hyper-aggressive top lane play.
  • Known for his RenektonSquare.png Renekton, AkaliSquare.png Akali, and Lee SinSquare.png Lee Sin early in his career, and later, as the top laner for Curse, known for his EliseSquare.png Elise.
  • MVP at IEM Season VI - World Championship [6]
  • During Season 2, Voyboy was the first player in NA to reach 2000 ELO[7]
  • Scored 2300 on the SAT
  • Completed the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program while playing professionally. [8]
  • Because of his outstanding achievements and academic excellence, Voyboy was admitted to some of the most competitive universities, colleges, and scholarship programs in the United States. He's deferred enrollment to play competitive League of Legends, with the approval of his college.
  • Popularized playing KatarinaSquare.png Katarina as a top lane bruiser.
  • Sees top lane as a live action game of chess in his head versus his opponent.
  • Known for saying "Cya nerds" after making a good play.
  • His family has ethnic roots in Iran.[9]
  • Was part of the Season 3 World Championship Analyst desk. lolesports article

Tournament Results

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Tournament Results
DatePlaceEventLast ResultTeamRoster
2018-09-08A11NA LCS logo small.png NA LCS 2018 Summer Playoffs Streamer Showmatch1 : 0Logo std.png Throw Machine GamingLogo std.png MSDT
2018-09-01A11Gift the Rift logo.png Gift the Rift 20181 : 0Logo std.png Team PokimaneLogo std.png Team xChocoBars
2017-11-24A22Tyler1 Championship Series Logo Small.png Tyler1 Championship Series Fall '171 : 2MLGB E-SPORTS CLUBlogo std.png MLGBLogo std.png MSDT
2017-07-13A66CS NA logo.png NACS 2017 Summer0 - 10Blanklogo std.png RRDelta Foxlogo std.png DFX


2014-09-01A44LCS NorthAmerica Logo.png NA LCS 2014 Summer Playoffs2 : 3LMQ TClogo std.png LMQTeam Curselogo std.png Crs
2014-08-03A44LCS NorthAmerica Logo.png NA LCS 2014 Summer13 - 15Blanklogo std.png RRTeam Curselogo std.png Crs
2014-04-20A44LCS NorthAmerica Logo.png NA LCS 2014 Spring Playoffs0 : 2Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.png CLGTeam Curselogo std.png Crs
2014-04-06A55LCS NorthAmerica Logo.png NA LCS 2014 Spring11 - 17Blanklogo std.png RRTeam Curselogo std.png Crs
 Bunny FuFuu
2013-12-22I1QLCS NorthAmerica Logo.png NA LCS 2014 Spring Promotion3 : 1COGnitive Gaminglogo std.png COGTeam Curselogo std.png Crs
2013-12-15A33 - 4Nacl small.png North American Challenger League0 : 2Complexitylogo std.png coLTeam Curselogo std.png Crs
 Only Jaximus,

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