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|Name||Wang Cheng (王城)|
|Country of Birth||China|
|Birthday||January 10, 1996 (age 23)|
|Competitive IDs||NoHeart, wuxin|
Wang "Wuxx" Cheng (Hanzi: 王城) is a bot laner for Victorious Gaming. He was previously known as NoHeart.
Team King picked up NoHeart during the team's roster re-haul in June 2014. The team saw great success in the LSPL, and NoHeart formed a reputation for his amazing positioning, team fighting presence and great botlane synergy with LeY. The team was able to take first to clinch a spot in the 2015 LPL Spring Season, and later changing his name to wuxx. He was later picked up by Royal Never Give Up in summer 2015. Royal Never Give Up were invited to IEM Katowice in March 2016 where they finished first in their group beating both Origen and Ever. However, they were defeated 1 - 2 by Fnatic in the playoffs bracket, placing third along with Team Solo Mid.
- His fomer ID wuxin (无心) means "No Heart" in Chinese. His ID wuxx is short for wuxin.
|LDL 2018 Spring - West - Week 8||Kai'Sa||Bot||W||12/2/7|
|LSPL Summer 2014 - Week 5||Kog'Maw||Bot||W||12/1/3||Link|
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|Wuxx Tournament Results|
|2019-04-28||25||LDL 2019 Spring|
4 - 20RR
|2018-09-22||3||LDL 2018 Grand Finals|
0 : 2SDG
|2018-09-02||1||LDL 2018 Summer - West|
10 - 4RR
|2018-04-29||3||LDL 2018 Spring - West|
8 - 6RR
|2017-08-20||1||LPL 2017 Summer - Group B|
12 - 4RR
|2017-06-04||1||Demacia Cup 2017|
3 : 1IMAY
|2017-04-14||4||LSPL 2017 Spring Playoffs|
2 : 3DAN
|2017-04-08||4||LSPL 2017 Spring|
14 - 8RR
|2016-05-15||3 - 4||MSI 2016|
1 : 3SKT
|2016-04-23||1||LPL 2016 Spring Playoffs|
3 : 1EDG
Articles & Videos
- March 26, LPL Brief: RNG and NaMei or wuxx (15m13s) by Kelsey Moser on YouTube
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