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Player Information
Romanized Name:
Tang Wenyi
January 29, 1981 (1981-01-29) (age 38)
201?-??-?? — 2012-11-23
EHOME (Coach)
201?-??-?? — 2014-??-??
Team DK (Coach)
2015-01-07 — 2016-??-??
EHOME (Coach)
2018-01-02 — 2018-09-11
Mineski (Coach)
2019-04-25 — 2019-06-24
Mineski (Coach)

Tang "71" Wenyi is a professional Dota 2 coach who last coached Mineski.


Tang "71" Wenyi is notable for coaching teams, such as EHOME, Team DK and currently Mineski. A popular figure in China, he has previously coached Chinese Counter-Strike teams dating back to 2003 and later coaching EHOME during DotA Allstars, resulting in their rise to prominence. [1][2]

In Dota 2's first event, The International 2011 under EHOME, he coached the team to the grand finals before losing to Natus Vincere 3-1 finishing runners-up. He was also featured in Valve's documentary of the first International, "Free To Play" in 2012. He later coached and managed Team DK squad during the 2013-14 season winning several premier tournaments internationally. After the breakup with DK, following Post TI4, he returned to his former club, EHOME for a short stint.

With several requests from the previous DK player Mushi, to be his coach [3], 71 was later named coach under Mineski in January 2018 and has won a DPC Minor and most recently, DAC 2018 beating LGD Gaming 3-2 in the grand finals. The win saw Mineski become the first team from South-East Asia to win a Dota Pro Circuit Minor and Major. [4][5]


2018-08-21IC9 - 12thA0PremierThe International 2018The International 2018Mineski0 : 2$382,983
2018-05-19EA5 - 6thA0PremierMDL Changsha MajorMDL Changsha MajorMineski0 : 2$40,000
2018-04-07AA1stA0PremierDota 2 Asia Championships 2018Dota 2 Asia Championships 2018Mineski3 : 2$370,000
2016-08-11EA5 - 6thA0PremierThe International 2016The International 2016EHOME0 : 2$934,761
2015-08-06EA5 - 6thA0PremierThe International 2015The International 2015EHOME0 : 2$1,197,920
2014-07-20DA4thA0PremierThe International 2014The InternationalThe International 2014Team DK0 : 2$819,298
2014-06-08BA2ndA0PremierThe SummitThe SummitTeam DK2 : 3$33,088
2014-06-02BA2ndA0PremierWPC 2014World e-Sports Professional ClassicWPC 2014Team DK1 : 4$48,015
2014-01-01AA1stA0Premier2013 WPC ACE Dota 2 LeagueWorld e-Sports Professional Classic2013 WPC ACE Dota 2 LeagueTeam DK4 : 3$165,179
2011-08-21BA2ndA0PremierThe International 2011The InternationalThe International 2011EHOME1 : 3$250,000
Complete list of coaching results in any tournament









  1. AutumnWindz (2015-08-21). "EHOME coach 71’s thoughts on the Majors, and coaches in Dota". Retrieved 2018-04-12.
  2. AutumnWindz (2016-10-14). "71 talks history, winning, team building". Retrieved 2018-04-12.
  3. Radoslav "Nydra" Kolev (2018-04-13). "Mineski's coach on switching regions: "I did not wish to stay in China anymore. [... I just want to win.""]. Retrieved 2018-05-11.
  4. Victoria Rose (2017-10-23). "Mineski takes persuasive Minor win at PGL Open Bucharest".
  5. Hitanshu "Anomalina" Budhwani (2018-04-07). "Mineski make history as the first SEA team to win a Dota 2 Major". Retrieved 2018-04-12.