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Team WE, formerly known as World Elite, is the very first esports club based in China, formed their first League of Legends team in March of 2011. Initially gaining recognition for their Warcraft 3 division, Team WE also sponsors players and teams for StarCraft II and DotA.

Overview[]

Team WE is a pioneering esports organization based in Shanghai, China. They were originally a Warcraft 3 based team, housing many renown players such as Li “Sky” Xiaofeng, a legendary human-main dubbed as the “Human Emperor”. The team turned 8 years old as of April 14, 2013. In 2011 Team WE created their first League of Legends team.

History[]

Team WE announced the formation of a League of Legends team in March 2011. [1] The newly formed lineup quickly achieved success in major tournaments, taking 1st in IEM Season VI – Global Challenge Guangzhou, 1st in the LoL Pro League, and 1st at Tencent Games Carnival 2011. [2][3] They fell to Invictus Gaming in the Chinese national finals for the 2011 World Cyber Games. [4] With a first place finish at Guangzhou, the team was ensured a slot for the IEM Season VI – World Championship, but due to visa complications, they were unable to attend. [5] WE qualified for IPL5 and the Season 2 World Championship in May 2012.

Team WE received an invite to Azubu The Champions Summer 2012, which would be their first test against non-Chinese teams since Guangzhou; they only managed to place in the top eight, losing 0-2 in the quarterfinals to CLG EU. [6] Expectations were high for WE at IPL Face Off: San Francisco Showdown in August, but they underperformed once again and finished just 5th-6th, losing in succession to Team Legion and Curse Gaming. These disappointing results led to the departures of YJTM and if, who were replaced by ClearLove and Fzzf.

At the Season 2 World Championship in October of 2012, Team WE was given a bye through the group stage. After a random drawing, they were placed against CLG EU in the round of eight, a rematch of their quarterfinal from Azubu The Champions Summer 2012. However, technical issues marred the best-of-three. The teams split the first two games before failed remakes and dropped connections forced rescheduling. In the postponed third and final match, a slow and grinding game ended up in CLG’s favor. Team WE finished 5th-8th and brought home $ 75,000.

After winning the Chinese Online Qualifier for IPL5, Team WE traveled to Las Vegas to compete with fifteen other teams for the $ 100,000 prizepool. In the group stages, Team WE advanced first in their group 2-0 with victories over Fnatic and Azubu Blaze. Then in the Winner’s Bracket, they went on to defeat Moscow Five (2-0), CLG EU (2-0), and once again defeating Fnatic, this time 2-1 to secure a spot in the Grand Finals where they would face Fnatic for a third time. Starting up one game in a best of five, Team WE came out victorious with a 3-1 victory to become the IPL5 Champions.

In their first major tournament in 2013, the GIGABYTE StarsWar League Season 2, they trampled the group stage, winning every best of 2 set except against their biggest rival, Invictus Gaming, which ended in a draw. Much like IPL5, they won most of the bracket stage with almost perfect records. 2-0 against the Taipei Assassins and 3-1 against Invictus Gaming in the semifinals, WE was posed to take the tournament like they did with pretty much every single tournament they played in the past half year. But a slump hit few key members on the team such as Weixiao and team coordination was overwhelmed by miscommunication. Despite having a one win advantage due to being the winners of the winners bracket, they lost to Invictus Gaming in the grand finals 2-3.

The week before the SWL and the weeks after, the team underperformed against teams like OMG and Invictus Gaming, losing games to even teams like Royal Club Huang Zu, barely holding their top 3 spot. Despite the recent slump and less than expected performance, they managed to keep their perfect record against Positive Energy and take a game off of Invictus Gaming, in the 7th week of 2013 LPL Spring Regular Season.

Week 8 of the 2013 LPL Spring Regular Season Team WE suffered one of their most devastating and humiliating defeats of the entire season, losing the Wings of Aurora in their first match of the week. During Day 2, they played a rough and slow game versus Royal Club Huang Zu, only winning in the end due to a decisive call made by Weixiao to base race.

Week 9 was dubbed by Chinese fans as “the Week WE returned” as they barely lost to OMG, and completely dominated Positive Energy and Invictus Gaming with the latter again not banning out Twisted Fate.

With the final week of of the 2013 LPL Spring Regular Season looming ahead, the team had to also prepare for the upcoming NVIDIA Game Festival 2013 which they had to face OMG in the semifinals and Royal Club Huang Zu in the grand finals. By the end of the week, the team took first place in the tournament defeating Royal Club Huang Zu 2-0 in the best out of 3 series.

Team WE was knocked out of the semifinals of the 2013 LPL Spring Playoffs by Invictus Gaming (1-2), securing 4th place in the Spring split of the LPL.

Despite the defeats in the LPL Spring playoff and the poor results at StarsWar 8, Team WE managed to defeat OMG (2-1) and Invictus Gaming (2-0) in the IEM Season VIII – Shanghai, securing 1st place in the tournament.

2015 Season[]

Due to their 1st place finish at IEM Shenzhen, Team WE were invited to compete at the IEM Season IX – World Championship – which was the very first event that Spirit, Mystic, Xiye, Aluka and YuZhe played together. After an opening loss against Team SoloMid, the team went on to beat Gambit Gaming in their group’s losers’ match and then pull off another upset against CJ Entus to take second place in their group behind TSM, securing the team a place in the semifinals. World Elite then stunned the League world by emerging victorious 2-1 in their semifinal against the GE Tigers. It was the very first time GE had been defeated in a series after winning each of their LCK matches to date (and losing only two games in the process, which World Elite equaled in that semifinal alone), leading many of the analysts to call it the biggest upset in League of Legends history. A rematch against TSM in the grand finals awaited them, and even though they lost 3-0 after nearly taking the first game, they took 2nd place and many new fans back to China.

2016 Season[]

In the 2016 Season after they re-vamped their entire roster, Team WE entered the 2016 LPL Spring Season as underdogs but proved to be contenders for the title and finished 2nd with a 10-6 regular season record. Going into the Playoffs, the team defeated Vici Gaming 3-1 and despite losing to Royal Never Give Up 2-3 in the Semifinals the team finished in 3rd after they took down Qiao Gu Reapers in the third-place match. Summer was slightly more successful for Team WE as the team finished 2nd in their group. In the playoffs they finished 4th after a 1-3 loss to I May. Ultimately it was I May that ended up being Team WE’s downfall. They lost an incredibly close series 2-3 to I May in the Regional Qualifiers. This unfortunately meant that they didn’t qualify for Worlds.

2017 Season[]

The 2017 Season was much more successful for Team WE. They finished the 2017 LPL Spring Season in 2nd place with a 10-6 record. In the 2017 LPL Spring Playoffs Team WE was able win their first LPL title after taking down RNG 3-0 in the finals. They attended the 2017 Mid-Season Invitational and made it through the group stage after they finished 2nd with a 7-3 record. In the Semifinals they were eliminated after a 1-3 loss to G2 Esports. Summer wasn’t as successful for WE domestically. They were unable to defend their LPL title after they finished 2nd in their regular season group and lost 2-3 to Invictus Gaming in the third place match of the playoffs. They got their revenge against Invictus Gaming later on after they defeated them 3-2 in the 2017 Season China Regional Finals. Their run at the 2017 Season World Championship was quite impressive. Despite starting off in the Play-In stage, they advanced to the main groups with a 3-0 win over Young Generation. They also finished 1st in their main stage group with a 5-1 record. After they took down Cloud9 3-2 in the Quarterfinals, they faced off against eventual tournament winners Samsung Galaxy and lost 1-3.

Trivia[]

Timeline[]

  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2021
  • March 21,
    Ayaya,
    JoKer,
    YJTM,
    Misaya,
    If, and Aaron (Analyst) join.
    [7]

    e

  • April (approx.),
    YMS joins.
    JoKer (Jungle to Coach) changes position.

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  • August (approx.),
    Weixiao joins.
    [8]

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  • August 12,
    Ayaya leaves.[9]

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  • November 21,
    YMS;;;t;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;::: retires.[10]

    e

  • November 23,
    CaoMei joins.
    [11]

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  • 2011 (approx.), Sky (Manager) joins. JoKer (Coach) leaves.

    e

  • January 1,
    AhrI joins as temporary substitute for Demacia Cup Season 1.

    e

  • January 3,
    AhrI (temporary substitute) leaves.

    e

  • January 18,
    Sicca (temporary substitute) leaves.

    e

  • February 12,
    Clearlove and
    Fzzf leave.[18]

    e

  • February 15,
    Lovecryboy joins.
    [19] Lovecryboy renames to Conan.

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  • May 15, Hiro (Head Coach) joins.[20]

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  • June 1,
    Q joins as substitute.
    [21]

    e

  • June 12,
    Ruo moves to substitute.[22]

    e

  • June 13,
    Sin and
    Ninja join.

    SukiM moves to substitute.[23]
    MingB joins as substitute.
    [24]

    e

  • 2014 (approx.),
    lovecd joins as substitute.

    e

  • August (approx.),
    lovecd leaves.

    e

  • August 22,
    Ruo moves to starting roster.
    Sin leaves.[25]

    e

  • August 28,
    OldB joins.
    [26]
    CaoMei retires.[27]

    e

  • August 31,
    WeiXiao retires.[28]

    e

  • September 10,
    Aluka joins.
    [29]

    e

  • November 11, Hiro (Head Coach) leaves.[30]

    e

  • November 14,
    MingB and
    Q leave for academy roster.

    e

  • November 24, The shy (Streamer) joins.[31]

    e

  • December 4,
    Styz joins as substitute.
    [32]

    e

  • December 5,
    Spirit joins.
    [33]

    e

  • December 14, HooN (Coach) joins.[34]

    e

  • December 17,
    Ruo leaves for academy roster.[35]
    YuZhe joins from academy roster.

    OldB leaves.[36]

    e

  • January 1,
    Xiye joins.

    Styz moves to starting roster.[37]

    e

  • January (approx.),
    Mystic joins.

    e

  • March 13, firebathero (Head Coach) joins.[38]

    e

  • May 13,
    DaDa7 joins as substitute.

    YuZhe leaves.[39][40] DaDa7 renames to SunnGoo.

    e

  • May 18, Ninja is loaned out to Team Dragon Knights for the duration of NA LCS Summer 2015.[41]

    e

  • August (approx.),
    SunnGoo leaves.[42]

    e

  • September 1,
    WuShuang joins as substitute.
    [43]

    e

  • September 21,
    Ninja leaves.[44]

    e

  • September 26,
    Spirit leaves.[45]

    e

  • December (approx.),
    Conan moves to substitute.

    e

  • December 15,
    957 joins from academy roster.

    Aluka moves to substitute.[46]

    e

  • December 16,
    Condi joins.
    [47]

    e

  • December 23,
    Zero joins.
    [48]

    e

  • December 25, The shy (Streamer) leaves.

    e

  • December 29, sukiM (Sub/Mid to Sub/Bot) changes position.
    Styz leaves.[49] sukiM renames to mrsj.

    e

  • December (approx.), Firebathero (Head Coach) leaves.

    e

  • January 16, Condi becomes inactive due to his father’s death.

    e

  • January 26,
    Condi becomes active.

    e

  • February (approx.),
    Condi becomes inactive.

    e

  • February 23,
    Lawliet joins.
    [58] Lawliet renames to Magic.
    Celestial moves to starting roster.

    e

  • May 20,
    Condi becomes active.
    [59]

    e

  • May 22,
    Pepper and
    Gentle join.

    Imp joins as substitute.
    [60]

    e

  • May 23,
    hunamu joins.
    Conan (Analyst) rejoins. Zero (Sub/Support to Coach) changes position.
    Raison leaves.
    Melon moves from substitute to trainee.
    Magic moves to trainee.[61] hunamu renames to Missing. Celestial renames to 694.

    e

  • May (approx.), Jin Guang-Hua (Coach) joins. Jin Guang-Hua renames to JinJin.

    e

  • June 17, Jin Guang-Hua moves to interim head coach. viNylCat becomes inactive due to a health issue.

    e

  • June 27,
    Pepper’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 19 November 2019.
    GENTLE’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.
    Missing’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021.
    imp’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2019.
    694’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.[62]

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  • July (approx.),
    Gentle moves to substitute.

    e

  • July 29, Jin Guang-Hua (Head Coach to Coach) changes position. WeiXiao (Head Coach) rejoins.[63]

    e

  • September 2,
    Magic moves to starting roster.

    e

  • September 20,
    Condi is removed from the GCD.[64]
    Magic’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.[65]

    e

  • November 19,
    Ben leaves.[66]
    Mystic’s contract expires but departure is not confirmed.
    Melon’s contract expires.[67]

    e

  • December 5, viNylCat (Head Coach) leaves.[68]

    e

  • December 10,
    Mystic’s contract is extended.[69]

    e

  • December 16,
    Poss and
    honey join.

    Chen9 and
    Zhuo join as substitutes.

    Imp moves from substitute to trainee.
    957 moves to substitute.
    Pepper,
    694, MOKUZA (Coach), and Conan (Analyst) leave.
    Condi and
    Melon’s departures are confirmed.[70][71] honey renames to beishang. Zhuo renames to Sun.

    e

  • December 21,
    Poss,
    Magic,
    beishang,
    Missing,
    chen9, and
    Sun’s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.[72]
    Mystic’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 19 November 2019.[73]

    e

  • December 25,
    imp leaves.[74]

    e

  • January (approx.),
    Coten joins as substitute.

    e

  • May 20, WeiXiao (Head Coach) leaves.[75]

    e

  • May 21, Dog8 (Coach) joins.[76]

    e

  • May 25,
    Jiumeng joins as substitute.

    Clever9 joins as substitute from academy roster.
    jinjin (Coach to Head Coach) changes position. Zero (Coach) leaves.
    Magic,
    Coten,
    Chen9,
    GENTLE, and
    Sun leave for academy roster.[77]

    e

  • June 11,
    Missing,
    Clever9, and
    Jiumeng’s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.[78]

    e

  • July 17,
    Teacherma joins as substitute from academy roster.
    [79]

    e

  • September 6,
    Teacherma’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 17 November 2020.[80]

    e

  • October 8,
    957 and
    xiye’s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 19 November 2019.[81]

    e

  • November 11, Mika (Manager) leaves.[82][83]

    e

  • November 19,
    Mystic leaves.[84]

    e

  • November 20,
    xiye leaves.[85][86]

    e

  • December 13, jinjin (Head Coach) and Dog8 (Coach) leave.[87]

    e

  • December 15, Domo (Head Coach) joins.[88]

    e

  • December 16,
    Morgan joins.

    Poss moves to substitute.[89]
    Plex joins.
    [90]

    e

  • December 17,
    yimeng joins as substitute.
    [91] inkwan (Manager) joins.
    Jiumeng moves to starting roster.
    957 leaves.
    Clever9 leaves for academy roster.[92]

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  • December 30, Noex (Coach) joins.[93]

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  • January 6,
    Morgan’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 17 November 2020.
    Plex and
    Yimeng’s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 22 November 2022.
    Jiumeng’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021.
    Missing’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 20 November 2023.
    Teacherma’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.[94]

    e

  • January 11, Domo changes residency from

    LMS

    LMS to

    PCS

    PCS.

    e

  • March 18,
    Teacherma moves to starting roster.

    e

  • March 19,
    Plex moves to substitute.

    e

  • April 9,
    yimeng leaves for academy roster.[95]

    e

  • May 25, Changan (Coach) joins from academy roster.
    Shanks joins as substitute from academy roster.
    [96]

    e

  • September 13,
    Morgan leaves.[97]

    e

  • September 14,
    Poss leaves.[98]

    e

  • September 16, Noex (Coach) leaves.[99]

    e

  • November 7,
    Coten joins as temporary substitute for NEST 2020.

    Shanks moves to starting roster.
    Teacherma moves to substitute.[100]

    e

  • November 16,
    frigid joins as temporary substitute for NEST 2020.
    [101]

    e

  • November 20,
    Coten and
    frigid (temporary substitutes) leave.

    e

  • December 15,
    Plex leaves.[102]
    Missing will remain with the team for 2021.[103]

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  • December 16,
    beishang will remain with the team for 2021.[104]
    Jiumeng will remain with the team for 2021.[105]
    Curse joins.
    [106] Curse renames to Breathe.[107] jasper (Manager) joins from academy roster.
    Yimeng rejoins as substitute from academy roster.

    Teacherma’s contract is extended.
    Shanks will remain with the team for 2021.[108]

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  • February 1, Shanks becomes inactive. Yimeng moves to starting roster.

    e

  • February 5, Shanks is no longer inactive. Yimeng moves to substitute.

    e

  • April 12, Domo (Head Coach) leaves.[109]

    e

  • May 24, Assassin (Head Coach) joins.[110]

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  • May 25,
    Mole joins.
    [111]
    Stay joins as substitute from academy roster.

    Yimeng leaves for academy roster.[112] Jiumeng renames to Elk.[113]

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  • June 22,
    Breathe,
    beishang,
    Elk, and
    Missing’s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 22 November 2022.
    Mole’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.
    Teacherma’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 21 November 2023.[114]

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Player Roster[]

Active[]

Dates:Approx|Exact

Player Name Role Contract Ends Joined

CN


Breathe Chen Chen (陈晨)
Top Laner
2022-11-22

CN


beishang Jiang Zhi-Peng (姜志鹏)
Jungler
2022-11-22

CN


Mole Li Hao-Yan (李昊炎)
Mid Laner
2021-11-16

CN


Shanks Cui Xiao-Jun (崔校军)
Mid Laner
2022-11-22

CN


Elk Zhao Jia-Hao (赵嘉豪)
Bot Laner
2022-11-22

CN


Missing Lou Yun-Feng (娄运峰)
Support
2022-11-22

CN


Teacherma Jiang Chen (姜晨)
Sub/Mid
2023-11-21

CN


Stay Guo Yi-Yang (郭益扬)
Sub/Bot
2022-11-22

Former[]

Players are shown for the entire duration of their tenure on the team, with the role and substitute/trainee status they had upon their departure.

Dates:Approx|Exact

Player Name Role Joined Left Next Team

CN


Yimeng Chen Ming-Yong (陈铭墉)
Sub/Mid
Dec 20202020-12-16 May 20212021-05-25 Team WE Academylogo std.pngWEA

KR


Plex Bae Ho-young (배호영)
Sub/Mid
Dec 20192019-12-16 Dec 20202020-12-15 LNG Esportslogo std.pngLNG

CN


Coten Shen Hao (申豪)
Top Laner

(+)

(–)

Temp Sub

Nov 20202020-11-07 Nov 20202020-11-20 Team WE Academylogo std.pngWEA

CN


frigid Wang Xin (汪鑫)
Jungler

(+)

(–)

Temp Sub

Nov 20202020-11-16 Nov 20202020-11-20 Team WE Academylogo std.pngWEA

KR


Poss Kim Min-cheol (김민철)
Sub/Top
Dec 20182018-12-16 Sep 20202020-09-14 CERBERUS Esports (Vietnamese Team)logo std.pngCES

KR


Morgan Park Gi-tae (박기태)
Top Laner
Dec 20192019-12-16 Sep 20202020-09-13 Hanwha Life Esportslogo std.pngHLE

CN


yimeng Chen Ming-Yong (陈铭墉)
Sub/Mid
Dec 20192019-12-17 Apr 20202020-04-09 Team WE Academylogo std.pngWEA

CN


957 Ke Chang-Yu (柯昌宇)
Sub/Top
Dec 20152015-12-15 Dec 20192019-12-17 Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

CN


Clever9 Wan Zhi-Cong (万志聪)
Sub/Top
May 20192019-05-25 Dec 20192019-12-17 Team WE Academylogo std.pngWEA

CN


xiye Su Han-Wei (苏汉伟)
Mid Laner
Jan 20152015-01-01 Nov 20192019-11-20 Dominus Esportslogo std.pngDMO

KR


Mystic Jin Seong-jun (진성준)
Bot Laner
≈Jan 2015≈2015-01-?? Nov 20192019-11-19 Afreeca Freecslogo std.pngAF

CN


Magic Zhou Jun-Xuan (周俊轩)
Jungler
Feb 20182018-02-23 May 20192019-05-25 Team WE Academylogo std.pngWEA

CN


Coten Shen Hao (申豪)
Sub/Top
≈Jan 2019≈2019-01-?? May 20192019-05-25 Team WE Academylogo std.pngWEA

CN


Chen9 Chen Yi-Bing (陈怡冰)
Sub/Mid
Dec 20182018-12-16 May 20192019-05-25 Team WE Academylogo std.pngWEA

CN


GENTLE Yao Xi-Jian (姚熙鉴)
Sub/Bot
May 20182018-05-22 May 20192019-05-25 Team WE Academylogo std.pngWEA

CN


Sun Wang Xu-Zhuo (王旭卓)
Sub/Sup
Dec 20182018-12-16 May 20192019-05-25 Team WE Academylogo std.pngWEA

KR


imp Gu Seung-bin (구승빈)
Trn/Bot
May 20182018-05-22 Dec 20182018-12-25 JD Gaminglogo std.pngJDG

CN


Pepper Hu Zhi-Wei (胡志威)
Jungler
May 20182018-05-22 Dec 20182018-12-16 Victory Fivelogo std.pngV5

CN


694 He Xin (何鑫)
Support
Dec 20172017-12-31 Dec 20182018-12-16 Team WE Academylogo std.pngWEA

KR


Ben Nam Dong-hyun (남동현)
Support
Dec 20162016-12-17 Nov 20182018-11-19 Topsports Gaminglogo std.pngTOP

CN


Melon Zhong Wang (钟旺)
Trn/Jun
Dec 20172017-12-31 Nov 20182018-11-19 Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

CN


Condi Xiang Ren-Jie (向人杰)
Jungler
Dec 20152015-12-16 Sep 20182018-09-20 Lgdlogo std.pngLGD

KR


Raison Jeong Soo-bin (정수빈)
Sub/Bot
Dec 20162016-12-17 May 20182018-05-23 Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

KR


Zero Yoon Kyung-sup (윤경섭)
Sub/Sup
Dec 20152015-12-23 May 20182018-05-23 Welogo std.pngWE

CN


LaoZhou Zhou Chao (周超)
Sub/Top
May 20172017-05-25 Dec 20172017-12-31 Mighty Eaglelogo std.pngME

CN


Zbb Ke Zhi (柯智)
Sub/Mid
May 20172017-05-25 Dec 20172017-12-31 Mighty Eaglelogo std.pngME

CN


Conan Ke Yi (柯宜)
Sub/Sup
Feb 20142014-02-15 Dec 20172017-12-31 Welogo std.pngWE

CN


Aluka Peng Zhen-Ming (彭震铭)
Sub/Top
Sep 20142014-09-10 Sep 20162016-09-03 Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

CN


WuShuang Wang Hai-Li (王海郦)
Sub/Jun
Sep 20152015-09-01 May 20162016-05-18 Game Talentslogo std.pngGT

CN


Mrsj Chen Zhi-Yuan (陈智远)
Sub/Bot
Dec 20132013-12-16 May 20162016-05-18 Team KungFulogo std.pngTKF

CN


Avven Wang Jun-Jie (王俊杰)
Trn/Top
≈Jan 2016≈2016-01-?? ≈Apr 2016≈2016-04-?? Triumphant Song Gaminglogo std.pngTSG

CN


cch Fu Shuai (付帅)
Trn/Bot
≈Jan 2016≈2016-01-?? ≈Apr 2016≈2016-04-?? ThunderoBot Gaminglogo std.pngTRG

CN


Styz Qu Zi-Liang (屈梓良)
Bot Laner
Dec 20142014-12-04 Dec 20152015-12-29 Saint Club Girlslogo std.pngSAT

KR


Spirit Lee Da-yoon (이다윤)
Jungler
Dec 20142014-12-05 Sep 20152015-09-26 Fnaticlogo std.pngFNC

KR


Ninja Noh Geon-woo (노건우)
Mid Laner

(+)

(–)

Loaned Out

Jun 20142014-06-13 Sep 20152015-09-21 Team Dragon Knightslogo std.pngTDK

CN


SunnGoo Fang Hong-Ri (方虹日)
Sub/Sup
May 20152015-05-13 ≈Aug 2015≈2015-08-?? Joy Dreamlogo std.pngJDM

CN


YuZhe Zhang Zhe (张哲)
Support
Dec 20142014-12-17 May 20152015-05-13 PositiveEnergyLogo std.pngPE

KR


OldB Yang Seung-bin (양승빈)
Jungler
Aug 20142014-08-28 Dec 20142014-12-17 Team WE Futurelogo std.pngWEF

CN


Ruo Teng Yang-Tian-Xia (滕杨天下)
Jungler
Dec 20132013-12-16 Dec 20142014-12-17 Team WE Academylogo std.pngWEA

CN


MingB Chen Jian-Liu (陈剑柳)
Sub/Jun
Jun 20142014-06-13 Nov 20142014-11-14 Mighty Eaglelogo std.pngME

CN


Q Xu Ming-Shu (徐铭枢)
Sub/Bot
Jun 20142014-06-01 Nov 20142014-11-14 Mighty Eaglelogo std.pngME

CN


WeiXiao Gao Xue-Cheng (高学成)
Bot Laner
≈Aug 2011≈2011-08-?? Aug 20142014-08-31 Welogo std.pngWE

CN


CaoMei Wei Han-Dong (魏汉冬)
Top Laner
Nov 20112011-11-23 Aug 20142014-08-28 VC Gaminglogo std.pngVC

KR


Sin Yeon Hyeong-mo (연형모)
Jungler
Jun 20142014-06-13 Aug 20142014-08-22 Master3logo std.pngM3

CN


lovecd Li Jun-Feng (李俊峰)
Sub/Sup
??? 2014≈2014-??-?? ≈Aug 2014≈2014-08-?? Mighty Eaglelogo std.pngME

CN


Clearlove Ming Kai (明凯)
Sub/Jun
Aug 20122012-08-25 Feb 20142014-02-12 EDward Gaminglogo std.pngEDG

CN


Fzzf Feng Zhuo-Jun (冯卓君)
Sub/Sup
Sep 20122012-09-10 Feb 20142014-02-12 EDward Gaminglogo std.pngEDG

CN


Sicca Li Hao-Yu (李浩宇)
Support

(+)

(–)

Temp Sub

Dec 20132013-12-20 Jan 20142014-01-18 Oh My Godlogo std.pngOMG

CN


AhrI Liu Xu-Dong (刘旭东)
Support

(+)

(–)

Temp Sub

Jan 20142014-01-01 Jan 20142014-01-03 Qiao Gu Reaperslogo std.pngQG

CN


Misaya Yu Jing-Xi (禹景曦)
Mid Laner
Mar 20112011-03-21 Dec 20132013-12-16 Team Fighterlogo std.pngTF

CN


if Cui Yi (崔毅)
Support
Mar 20112011-03-21 Sep 20122012-09-06 Young Glorylogo std.pngIGY

CN


YJTM Wu Song-Jun (吴松骏)
Jungler
Mar 20112011-03-21 Aug 20122012-08-25 Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

CN


YMS Shu Wen (舒文)
Top Laner
≈Apr 2011≈2011-04-?? Nov 20112011-11-21 Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

CN


Ayaya Li Ling-Zhi (李凌志)
Jungler
Mar 20112011-03-21 Aug 20112011-08-12 TMOriginLogo std.pngTMO

CN


JoKer Xu Fei (许飞)
Jungler
Mar 20112011-03-21 ≈Apr 2011≈2011-04-?? Welogo std.pngWE

Player League Participation[]

Playoff games are NOT included, but regular-season tiebreaker games ARE.

LCK

LPL

Organization[]

Current[]

C ID Name Position
Smallorc Zhang Wei (张伟) CEO
inkwan Li Ren-Guan (李仁冠) Manager
jasper Wan Lei (万磊) Manager
Zax Zhou Hao (周豪) Manager
KinG Pei Le (裴乐) Manager
Sky Li Xiao-Fen (李晓峰) 80Manager
Angelxi Wang Zhen-Yao (王振耀) Leader
YFK Yang Fan (杨帆) Leader
Assassin Zhou Yi-Xiang (周翼翔) 80Head Coach
Changan Chen Yu (陈煜) 80Coach

Former[]

Tournaments[]

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Team WE Tournament Results – Show Prize as (LocalUSDEuros)
Date Pl Prize Event Last Result Roster
2021-09-05 3 LPL 2021 Regional Finals
1 : 3LNG Esportslogo std.pngLNG
 Breathe,  beishang,  Shanks,  Elk,  Missing,  assassin,  Changan
2021-08-29 3 ¥500,000¥500,000¥500,000 LPL 2021 Summer Playoffs
0 : 3EDward Gaminglogo std.pngEDG
 Breathe,  beishang,  Shanks,  Elk,  Missing,  assassin,  Changan
2021-08-08 7 LPL 2021 Summer
10 – 6Blanklogo std.pngRR
 Breathe,  beishang,  Mole,  Shanks,  Elk,  Stay,  Missing,  assassin,  Changan
2021-04-04 7 – 8 LPL 2021 Spring Playoffs
0 : 3Suninglogo std.pngSN
 Breathe,  beishang,  Shanks,  Jiumeng,  Missing,  Domo,  Changan
2021-03-28 6 LPL 2021 Spring
11 – 5Blanklogo std.pngRR
 Breathe,  beishang,  Shanks,  Yimeng,  Jiumeng,  Missing,  Domo,  Changan
2020-12-27 2 Demacia Cup 2020
0 : 3Top Esportslogo std.pngTES
 Breathe,  beishang,  Shanks,  Jiumeng,  Missing,  Domo,  Changan
2020-11-20 5 – 8 NEST 2020
1 : 2EDward Gaminglogo std.pngEDG
 Coten,  beishang,  frigid,  Shanks,  Jiumeng,  Missing
2020-08-14 7 – 8 LPL 2020 Summer Playoffs
1 : 3Lgdlogo std.pngLGD
 Morgan,  beishang,  Teacherma,  Jiumeng,  Missing,  Domo,  Changan
2020-08-09 7 LPL 2020 Summer
9 – 7Blanklogo std.pngRR
 Morgan,  beishang,  Teacherma,  Jiumeng,  Missing,  Domo,  Noex,  Changan
2020-04-24 5 – 6 ¥200,000$ 28,323.77€ 25,707.42 LPL 2020 Spring Playoffs
1 : 3Top Esportslogo std.pngTES
 Morgan,  beishang,  Teacherma,  Jiumeng,  Missing,  Domo,  Noex
Total Prize:USD 0 • CNY 700,000

Images[]

Logos[]

Rosters[]

Posters[]

Click here to see LPL posters.

Media[]

  • January 13, (Could be) World Elite by Fusilero on Team Liquid

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  • June 8, The secret to keeping your dreams: Examining the strengths of Team WE by Kelsey Moser on theScore Esports

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  • May 5, Welcome home WE: The Chinese team that has almost always surprised us internationally by , and on Kelsey Moser for Yahoo Esports

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  • May 18, The better G2 wins: G2 Esports and Team WE MSI semifinal preview by , and on Kelsey Moser for Yahoo Esports

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  • May 19, [MSI2017] WE Coach HooN: “Flash Wolves only stood a chance in single-game matches.” with , and on LoLEsports, transcription by Inven Global

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  • May 19, MSI: Team WE vs. G2 Esports Preview by Thomas Baker on The Game Haus

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  • May 21, The illusion of the steep advantage: G2 Esports and Team WE by , and on Kelsey Moser for Yahoo Esports

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  • September 15, Introducing Group A of Worlds play-in: Team WE, Gambit and Lyon Gaming by Thomas Baker on The Game Haus

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  • August 5, 2017 LPL Worlds Contenders – Where Are They Now? by Thomas Baker on The Game Haus

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  • April 21, What makes a team ”that team” and no other team? by Clockwork on Medium

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  • September 29, World Elite: The First Dynasty – A comprehensive look at the first great Chinese team by Oddball on Esports Heaven

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References[]


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