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Player Information
Romanized Name:
Daryl Koh Pei Xiang
June 17, 1990 (age 31)
Years Active (Player):
2011 - Present
Current Role:
Alternate IDs:
Lucifer, 冰冰冰
Approx. Total Winnings:
Signature Hero:
Timbersaw Tidehunter Nature's Prophet
2005 — 2006
2006 — 2007
2008 — 2009
2009 — 2009
Dota 2:
2011-08-01 — 2011-09-11
2011-09-11 — 2012-01-04
2012-03-29 — 2013-09-04
2013-09-04 — 2014-08-26
2014-08-26 — 2016-03-08
2016-03-08 — 2016-08-29
2016-09-03 — 2017-07-04
2017-08-16 — 2018-09-06
2018-09-12 — 2020-09-16
2020-11-14 — 2021-11-17
2021-11-18 — Present
Upcoming Matches
No Upcoming Matches

Upcoming Tournaments
No upcoming tournaments

Daryl Koh "iceiceice" Pei Xiang is a Singaporean professional Dota 2 player who currently plays for Team Secret. A famous DotA player who had notably won ESWC Paris and CAPL, iceiceice pursued a StarCraft II career in 2010 and early 2011 and switched to Dota 2 in 2011.


StarCraft II[edit]

iceiceice played competitive StarCraft II from the release of the game to early 2011, competing in local SEA events. His crowning achievement was a runner-up place in the Blizzard SEA Invitational which granted him a spot in the BlizzCon 2010 StarCraft II Invitational, where he was eliminated in the first round. In March 2011, iceiceice joined FXOpen e-Sports only to leave the team shortly afterwards. He gave up on playing Starcraft 2 competitively because of his mandatory military service, as well as a lack of faith in the Southeast Asian Starcraft 2 scene.[1]

Dota 2[edit]

In August 2011, iceiceice made his first steps in the Dota 2 competitive scene as he attended The International 2011 with Scythe Gaming. iceiceice and his teammates eventually took third place at the event, losing to EHOME in the losers' bracket finals, and sharing a $150,000 prize. iceiceice later left Scythe Gaming and joined team Zenith.[when?]

Even though Zenith had a disappointing finish at The International 2013, iceiceice won the 1 v 1 solo championship defeating Mushi and won himself the crown of being called the best solo mid in Dota 2. Zenith disbanded shortly after the conclusion of The International 2013, and so iceiceice was picked up by the Chinese Team DK to complete their new roster.[2] After The International 2014, DK disbanded and he joined Vici Gaming. He later joined EHOME following the Shanghai Major 2016 and was featured in a player profile at The International 2016 and finished in the top 6.[3] Following the tournament, he departed EHOME after playing in China for three years and returned home to Singapore to form his own team, Team Faceless on the 3rd September 2016.[4] Faceless contained fellow Singaporeans xy- and NutZ.

Team Faceless showed some success in the SEA scene, quickly proving themselves to be one of the top teams there, and were hot favourites to take one of Southeast Asia's spots for TI7. Due to a poor performance in the round robin including a lost tiebreaker, Faceless failed to qualify for TI7 and disbanded. After the new season opened, iceiceice moved to Mineski to join his old teammate Mushi, along with Jabz. Mineski was competitive internationally with a win at DAC 2018, but ultimately placed 9-12th at TI8. Following the tournament, iceiceice moved to join Fnatic along with Jabz. Fnatic showed promise throughout the season but ended with a disappointing elimination on day one of the playoffs of TI9, placing 13-16th. The roster reshuffled but iceiceice remained on the team. Fnatic saw some minor success but after sitting out some tournaments due to the 2020 online season, iceiceice moved to join Evil Geniuses, his first time playing for a team based in North America.

The new Evil Geniuses roster immediately found success in the 2021 NA DPC Season 1, placing first and earning an upper bracket spot at the Singapore Major. At this event, EG advanced through the upper bracket to the Grand Finals, but fell short to Invictus Gaming in 5 games.

Gear and Settings[edit]

Mouse Mousepad
Razer DeathAdder Chroma Razer Goliathus Speed
Keyboard Headset
Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 Razer Kraken Pro V2
Last updated on 2021-10-04 (234 days ago).

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  • In 2011, he played StarCraft II, Defense of the Ancients, League of Legends and Heroes of Newerth competitively at the same time.[5]
  • He is one of only two players (the other being MISERY) who have attended The International with 7 different teams.
  • He is tied with KuroKy and LaNm for the 2nd most appearances (9) at The International.


  • He is the all time leader in professional matches played (53) and wins (35) as Pangolier.
Duration Team Matches Wins Losses Win % KPG DPG APG GPM XPM
2012-03-29 — 2013-09-04 Zenith 124 70 54 56.45 5.45 4.38 7.72 440 460
2013-09-04 — 2014-08-26 Team DK 279 190 89 68.10 4.29 4.31 9.36 402 405
2014-08-26 — 2016-03-08 Vici Gaming 389 254 135 65.30 4.24 4.94 10.50 402 432
2016-03-08 — 2016-08-29 EHOME 158 97 61 61.39 5.32 3.82 10.75 484 436
2016-09-03 — 2017-07-04 Team Faceless 171 101 70 59.06 4.29 4.92 12.15 456 495
2017-08-16 — 2018-09-06 Mineski 251 149 102 59.36 4.49 4.81 12.14 454 520
2018-09-12 — 2020-09-16 Fnatic 345 234 111 67.83 4.14 4.66 13.40 451 544
2020-11-14 — 2021-11-17 Evil Geniuses 95 62 33 65.26 3.93 3.77 11.73 456.51 532.78

Stats from datdota as of 23-Nov-2021.


2021-10-14IC9 - 12thA0Tier 1The International 2021The InternationalThe InternationalThe International 2021Evil GeniusesEvil GeniusesEvil Geniuses1 : 2Vici GamingVici Gaming$800,400
2018-04-07AA1stA0Tier 1Dota 2 Asia Championships 2018Dota 2 Asia ChampionshipsDota 2 Asia ChampionshipsDota 2 Asia Championships 2018MineskiMineskiMineski3 : 2LGD GamingLGD Gaming$370,000
2016-08-11EA5 - 6thA0Tier 1The International 2016The InternationalThe InternationalThe International 2016EHOMEEHOMEEHOME0 : 2Digital ChaosDigital Chaos$934,761
2015-08-07DA4thA0Tier 1The International 2015The InternationalThe InternationalThe International 2015Vici GamingVici GamingVici Gaming1 : 2LGD GamingLGD Gaming$1,566,517
2015-02-09BA2ndA0Tier 1Dota 2 Asia Championships 2015Dota 2 Asia ChampionshipsDota 2 Asia ChampionshipsDota 2 Asia Championships 2015Vici GamingVici GamingVici Gaming0 : 3Evil GeniusesEvil Geniuses$366,902
2014-12-07AA1stA0Tier 1The Summit 2DOTA SummitDOTA SummitThe Summit 2Vici GamingVici GamingVici Gaming3 : 1Cloud9Cloud9$139,910
2014-09-28AA1stA0Tier 1i-League Season 1I-LeagueI-Leaguei-League Season 1Vici GamingVici GamingVici Gaming3 : 0Old BoysOld Boys$155,828
2014-07-20DA4thA0Tier 1The International 2014The InternationalThe InternationalThe International 2014Team DKTeam DKTeam DK0 : 2Vici GamingVici Gaming$819,298
2014-04-20AA1stA0Tier 1StarLadder StarSeries Season 9StarLadder StarSeriesStarLadder StarSeriesStarLadder StarSeries Season 9Team DKTeam DKTeam DK3 : 0Team EmpireTeam Empire$85,000
2014-01-01AA1stA0Tier 12013 WPC ACE Dota 2 LeagueWorld E-Sports Professional ClassicWorld E-Sports Professional Classic2013 WPC ACE Dota 2 LeagueTeam DKTeam DKTeam DK4 : 3Invictus GamingInvictus Gaming$165,349
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Hightlight Videos[edit]


External links[edit]


  1. "DK.iceiceice interview: talks career choices, teammates, DK so far". 2014-01-03. Retrieved 2015-06-07.
  2. Eric "'reinnnn'" Khor (2013-09-05). "DK completes roster with iceiceice". GosuGamers. Retrieved 2014-07-13.
  3. "TI6 Player Profile - iceiceice - EHOME". Valve Corporation. 2016-08-09. Retrieved October 7, 2016.
  4. "Team Faceless". Team Faceless. 2016-09-03. Retrieved September 3, 2016.
  5. "iceiceice talks about Blizzard SEA invitational, LoL and DotA". Interview with iceiceice. August 2011.