|Player has retired.|
|Name||Hu Bin (胡彬)|
|Country of Birth||China|
|Birthday||May 18, 1994 (age 25)|
|Previous Role(s)||Mid Laner|
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Hu "Xiyang" Bin (Hanzi: 胡彬) is a League of Legends esports player, previously inactive member of Oh My God.
Before he joined OMG, Xiyang was an amateur who was legendary for his mid-lane champion plays in different servers of China. He was widely regarded as the best Syndra and Cassiopeia in the region. He joined OMG in February of 2014 and replaced Cool when the latter needed a break from competitive play. His first tournament with the team was at the International Esports Tournament 2014 where the team placed 2nd and lost 0-2 to EDward Gaming in the finals. After they finished 1st in the 2014 LPL Spring Season, OMG qualified for All-Star Paris 2014. After they finished 3rd in groups, OMG was able to defeat Cloud9 2-0 in the Semifinals but lost to SK Telecom T1 K in a 0-3 sweep in the Finals. With a solid 2nd place finish at All-Stars, OMG went back to China for the 2014 LPL Spring Playoffs but were unable to win. They finished in 3rd place after they took down Team WE 2-1 in the third-place match. Xiyang briefly left the team in June of 2014 and joined Positive Energy. He didn't achieve much success with them and rejoined OMG in August. After a 3rd-4th place finish at the 2014 World Championship at which Xiyang did not play in, OMG was able to get a 4th place finish at the NVIDIA Game Festival 2014 and a few semifinal finishes at the 2014 GALAXY eSports Carnival and the Demacia Cup - Season 2.
After they acquired Uzi in one of the biggest transfers ever, OMG was unable to work together due to having too many star players in all roles. Xiyang at that time switched to support. Despite a solid 3rd place finish in the regular season of the Spring Split, LGD Gaming defeated OMG 3-0 in the Quarterfinals. In the Summer Split, Xiyang role swapped again, this time to Top Lane. After a 7th place finish in the regular season, OMG was able to defeat Master3 in the first round of playoffs but got knocked out by Vici Gaming after they lost to them 1-3. OMG was however able to have decent showings in the 2015 Demacia Cup - Summer Season. They finished 2nd after an 0-3 loss to EDward Gaming. They also got knocked out in the Semifinals of the 2015 Demacia Cup Grand Finals after a 1-3 loss to Invictus Gaming.
OMG wanted to keep their tradition of being an all Chinese team so they didn't bring in any Korean imports in 2016. Despite good performances in 2016 LPL Spring Season, OMG finished 5th in the group and had to play in the Summer Promotion tournament. They were able to easily re-qualify for the LPL with a win over Energy Pacemaker.All in a 3-0 sweep. Summer was a similar story for OMG as they once against finished at the bottom of their group and re-qualified for the LPL after defeating Saint Gaming 3-0 and Young Miracles 3-2 in the 2017 Spring Promotion Tournament.
Xiyang improved a lot by 2017 and so did OMG. In the 2017 LPL Spring Season, OMG finished 2nd with a 9-7 record. They went into the playoffs with a lot of momentum and achieved a respectable 4th place finish after a 2-3 loss to EDG in the third place match. This performance did carry over initially in the 2017 LPL Summer Season as OMG once again finished 2nd in their group with a 10-6 record. Their playoffs performance however wasn't so stellar. The team lost 1-3 to Invictus Gaming in their first match and was quickly knocked out of playoffs. The 2017 Season China Regional Finals gave OMG one final chance to qualify for Worlds but the team got swept 0-3 in the first round by Invictus Gaming. This ended their 2017 season.
- His ID Xiyang (夕阳) means "Setting Sun" in Chinese.
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- March 29, Xiyang: "My outlook for this year is 'Of course I want to play more'" with theScore
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