Bok

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Player Information
Name:
Jun Kanehara
Country:
Status:
Active
Team:
Alternate IDs:
Bokerino
Role(s):
Signature Hero:
Dark Seer Brewmaster Tidehunter
Approx. Total Earnings:
$19,429
Links
History
2014-06-?? — 2015-04-07
2015-04-07 — 2015-05-11
2015-08-31 — 2015-??-??
2016-02-02 — 2016-03-27
2016-03-27 — 2016-08-19
2017-04-16 — 2017-04-27
2017-07-22 — 2017-08-25
2017-08-25 — 2017-11-17
2018-01-25 — 2018-05-11
2018-09-15 — 2019-02-08
2019-02-08 — 2019-04-09
2019-05-01 — Present

Jun "Bok" Kanehara is a Filipino/Japanese professional Dota 2 player currently playing for Team Adroit.

Biography[edit]

Bok is known as one of the most consistent offlane players in the Phillipines Dota 2 scene.

Dota 2[edit]

Bok originally started out on Arcanys Gaming, a team based in the Visayas region of The Philippines. The team itself had an instability in performances during the time Bok was on the team, and it was rumored the team would disband. However, after the team made a few changes they managed to find consistency in performances and winning the most coveted title in the Phillipines Dota 2 scene, MPGL Season VI. After having been on Arcanys for around 10 months, Bok along with teammate Boombacs joined Execration after the management of the team recruited them and invited them to live and train with the team in the gaming house of Execration. After only one month of being on Execration however, Bok and Boombacs went inactive.

After around five months of inactivity, Bok was announced as part of the new MSI-EvoGT roster along with longtime friend Boombacs as replacements for Chrissy and RyOyr who had departed for other teams. Only a month later, the team disbanded. After this, Bok attempted to find a new team to participate in the new major events. Eventually, he joined a more familiar team in the Southeast Asian scene, the newly re-banded Can't Say Wips - this time as a support player.

Mineski, who are known as perhaps the most famous Dota 2 team in The Philippines, had decided that they needed to make roster changes after failing to qualify for the Shanghai Major. On March 27th, 2016, Bok was announced as the new offlaner for Mineski.

Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTierTournamentTeamResultPrize
2019-06-29AA1stA2MinorRedRain Cup Season 3RedRain Cup Season 3Team Adroit2 : 0$8,738
2019-05-25AA1stA2MinorRedRain Cup Season 1RedRain Cup Season 1Team Adroit3 : 2$4,348
2018-10-06CA3 - 4thA1MajorPVP Esports ChampionshipPVP Esports ChampionshipTeam Amplfy0 : 2$20,000
2017-10-22DA4thA2MinorThe Major LeagueThe Major LeagueClutch Gamers0 : 1$5,676
2017-04-23CA3rdA2MinorIndonesia Games Championship 2017Indonesia Games Championship 2017Rex Regum2 : 0$2,250
2016-07-29AA1stA2MinorMr. Cat InvitationalMr. Cat InvitationalMineski2 : 0$5,000
2016-07-16AA1stA2MinorMineski Pro-Gaming League Season 8 Leg 1Mineski Pro-Gaming League Season 8 Leg 1Mineski3 : 1$1,068
2016-06-07MC13 - 16thA0PremierThe Manila Major 2016The Manila Major 2016Mineski0 : 1$30,000
2016-04-23GA7 - 8thA0PremierESL One Manila 2016ESL One Manila 2016Mineski1 : 2$12,500
2014-09-14CA3rdA1MajorIeSF Asian ChampionshipInternational e-Sports FederationIeSF Asian ChampionshipArcanys Gaming2 : 0$2,000
Complete list of results in any tournament

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