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Player Information
Nico Barcelon
November 12, 1991 (age 31)
Years Active (Player):
2015 - 2020,
2022 - Present
Current Role:
Approx. Total Winnings:
Signature Hero:
Earthshaker Vengeful Spirit Oracle
2015-01-02 — 2016-08-19TNC Pro Team
2016-09-06 — 2016-11-28Fnatic
2016-12-30 — 2017-03-23HappyFeet
2017-03-23 — 2017-05-21Mineski.GGNetwork
2017-09-05 — 2018-01-27Entity Gaming
2018-01-15 — 2018-09-08TNC Predator(C.)
2018-09-08 — 2019-02-05Lotac
2019-02-05 — 2019-03-20TNC Predator(Stand-in)
2019-03-20 — 2019-09-13TNC Predator
2020-09-09 — 2020-09-16Fnatic
2022-06-21 — 2022-08-26Polaris Esports(C.)
2022-08-26 — 2022-11-15Polaris Esports
2022-11-24 — PresentBlacklist International
Upcoming Matches
No Upcoming Matches

Upcoming Tournaments
No upcoming tournaments

Nico "eyyou" Barcelon (born November 12, 1991) is a Filipino Dota 2 player who is currently playing for Blacklist International.


Eyyou was a member of the TNC Pro Team roster that upset then 2x Major Champions OG at the The International 2016 and secured a top 8 finish at the event. Following TI6, Eyyou departed from TNC alongside Raven and Demon to join Fnatic, who had finished 4th at the event. However, Fnatic failed to qualify for the Boston Major and the trio left the organization a few weeks later. Eyyou would go on to have stints with HappyFeet, Mineski and Entity Gaming over the course of 2017 but each of these teams struggled and failed to qualify for any major events. Eyyou wound up rejoining TNC as their coach at the beginning of 2018 and helped lead them to a trio of top 8 finishes at the Bucharest Major, DAC 2018 and the MDL Changsha Major. Despite these respectable finishes, TNC selected 1437 to replace Eyyou as their coach at The International 2018 and following TI8, Eyyou parted ways with TNC to join Lotac.

Lotac was relatively successful in Southeast Asia qualifiers but could not overcome more dominant teams such as Fnatic, TNC and Tigers. Eyyou left Lotac in early 2019 to join TNC once again and after playing with the team as a stand-in for a couple months, Eyyou officially joined the team in late March and helped them secure a direct invite to The International 2019. TNC had a solid group stage performance and subsequently managed to secure a spot in the Upper Bracket, but they were knocked down to the Lower Bracket by Vici Gaming before being eliminated from the tournament by Team Liquid. Eyyou left TNC after TI9 and remained out of the competitive scene altogether for almost a year before it was announced that he would be replacing Jabz on Fnatic, marking his return to the organization after 4 years.


2022-11-131stA2Tier 3Asia Pacific Predator League 2022Asia Pacific Predator LeagueAsia Pacific Predator LeagueAsia Pacific Predator League 2022Polaris EsportsPolaris EsportsPolaris Esports2 : 1ExecrationExecration$75,000
2022-08-202ndA1Tier 2GAMERS GALAXY: Invitational Series Thailand 2022GAMERS GALAXYGAMERS GALAXYGAMERS GALAXY: Invitational Series Thailand 2022Polaris EsportsPolaris EsportsPolaris Esports2 : 3BOOM EsportsBOOM Esports$30,000
2019-08-219th - 12thA0Tier 1The International 2019The InternationalThe InternationalThe International 2019TNC PredatorTNC PredatorTNC Predator0 : 2Team LiquidTeam Liquid$686,602
2019-06-294thA0Tier 1EPICENTER Major 2019EPICENTEREPICENTEREPICENTER Major 2019TNC PredatorTNC PredatorTNC Predator0 :$80,000
2019-03-101stA0Tier 1World Electronic Sports Games 2018World Electronic Sports GamesWorld Electronic Sports GamesWorld Electronic Sports Games 2018TNC PredatorTNC PredatorTNC Predator2 : 0Keen GamingKeen Gaming$500,000
2019-02-171stA1Tier 2Asia Pacific Predator League 2019Asia Pacific Predator LeagueAsia Pacific Predator LeagueAsia Pacific Predator League 2019TNC PredatorTNC PredatorTNC Predator2 : 0BOOM IDBOOM ID$75,000
2018-11-041stA6QualifierAsia Pacific Predator League 2019 Malaysia QualifierAsia Pacific Predator LeagueAsia Pacific Predator LeagueAsia Pacific Predator League 2019 Malaysia QualifierLotacLotacLotac3 : 1Team High GroundTeam High Ground$5,983
2016-08-137th - 8thA0Tier 1The International 2016The InternationalThe InternationalThe International 2016TNC Pro TeamTNC Pro TeamTNC Pro Team1 : 2Digital ChaosDigital Chaos$519,262
2016-05-212ndA1Tier 2WCA2016 SEA QualifiersWorld Cyber ArenaWorld Cyber ArenaWCA2016 SEA QualifiersTNC PredatorTNC Pro TeamTNC Pro Team0 : 2WarriorsGaming.UnityWarriorsGaming.Unity$15,299
2015-10-112ndA1Tier 2World Cyber Arena 2015 - SEA Pro QualifiersWorld Cyber ArenaWorld Cyber ArenaWorld Cyber Arena 2015 - SEA Pro QualifiersTNC PredatorTNC Pro TeamTNC Pro Team1 : 2MVP PhoenixMVP Phoenix$23,688
Complete list of results in any tournament
2018-05-187th - 8thA0Tier 1MDL Changsha MajorMars Dota 2 LeagueMars Dota 2 LeagueMDL Changsha MajorTNC PredatorTNC PredatorTNC Predator1 : 2PSG.LGDPSG.LGD$25,000
2018-04-064thA0Tier 1Dota 2 Asia Championships 2018Dota 2 Asia ChampionshipsDota 2 Asia ChampionshipsDota 2 Asia Championships 2018TNC PredatorTNC PredatorTNC Predator1 :$85,000
2018-03-105th - 8thA0Tier 1The Bucharest MajorBucharestMajorBucharestMajorThe Bucharest MajorTNC PredatorTNC PredatorTNC Predator1 : 2VGJ.ThunderVGJ.Thunder$30,000
2018-01-259th - 12thA1Tier 2ESL One Genting 2018ESL OneESL OneESL One Genting 2018TNC PredatorTNC PredatorTNC Predator0 : 2Evil GeniusesEvil Geniuses$4,000
2018-01-215th - 6thA0Tier 1Galaxy Battles II: Emerging WorldsGalaxy BattlesGalaxy BattlesGalaxy Battles II: Emerging WorldsTNC PredatorTNC PredatorTNC Predator0 : 1OGOG$35,000
Complete list of coaching results in any tournament