The King of Fighters
Zeng "Xiao Hai" Zhuojun (born April 26, 1989) is a Chinese fighting games player currently representing Qanba and Douyu TV. He mainly plays Street Fighter and The King of Fighters, and is an EVO Champion, having won The King of Fighters XIII at EVO 2014.
Xiao Hai started his fighting game career with The King of Fighters 98', the most popular game in Chinese arcades. Accompanied by his father, Xiao Hai would actively play against the best players in the country, rapidly improving his abilities and becoming a very strong player at only 14 years of age. Throughout the multiple The King of Fighters iterations during the arcade era of fighting games, Xiao Hai continued to hone his skills and achieved legendary status in the Chinese fighting game scene.
With the release of Street Fighter IV, Xiao Hai started to split his dedication between both franchises. Despite that, he maintained his status as one of the best King of Fighters players in the world, winning EVO 2014 against Tokido. In Ultra Street Fighter IV, Xiao Hai was recognized as one of the most fearsome players in Street Fighter, playing Evil Ryu and Cammy to great success throughout the 2015 season of the Capcom Pro Tour.
In Street Fighter V and King of Fighters XIV, Xiao Hai continued to improve. During the latter half of the 2016 Season of the Capcom Pro Tour, Xiao Hai was considered one of the best players on the tour, following his Premier tournament wins at G-League and SoCal Regionals. Although Xiao Hai was a favorite going into Capcom Cup 2016, he suffered losses against rival NuckleDu and Fuudo.
Xiao Hai is rumored to not dedicate himself to Street Fighter as much as The King of Fighters, but with the release of the second edition of Street Fighter V, he managed to win Socal Regionals, Canada Cup and CEO. According to Xiao Hai, he doesn't need to constantly practice against the best players to maintain his status because once he learns a game, his skills remain sharp no matter what .
He is also currently ranked as the 28th best Street Fighter V player on the PGRSF 2016-19.
Street Fighter V
|2021-07-21||7 - 8th||Intel World Open - East Asia Regional Finals||0 : 3||RB||$1,000|
|2021-07-11||5 - 6th||CPT 2021 Online Event: China||2 : 3||Vxbao|
|2021-06-29||2nd||Intel World Open - East Asia: China - Closed Qualifier||0 : 3||DingChunQiu|
|2020-11-08||13 - 16th||CPT 2020 Online Event: China||0 : 2||benwhisper|
|2019-12-13||17 - 24th||Capcom Cup 2019 Last Chance Qualifier||0 : 2||Chris T|
|2019-10-19||25 - 32nd||EGX 2019||1 : 2||Veggey|
|2019-10-12||25 - 32nd||CPT Asia Regional Open @ SEA Major Singapore 2019||1 : 2||Dogura|
|2019-09-15||17 - 24th||CPT Asia Premier @ Tokyo Game Show 2019||0 : 2||Luffy|
|2019-09-08||5 - 6th||PPL Fighter Masters 2019||0 : 3||NL||$750|
|2019-08-04||97 - 128th||Evolution Championship Series 2019||L||Dual Kevin|
|2019-06-30||25 - 32nd||Community Effort Orlando 2019||L||Itabashi Zangief|
|2019-05-26||17 - 24th||Combo Breaker 2019||0 : 2||sako|
vs. Chris T
vs. CJ Truth
vs. Mister Crimson
vs. Problem X
vs. John Takeuchi
Street Fighter IV
|2016-06-24||4th||Community Effort Orlando 2016||0 : 2||Smug||$61|
|2016-03-27||1st||NorCal Regionals 2016||3 : 2||Dakou||$539|
|2015-12-06||17 - 24th||Capcom Cup 2015||0 : 2||Mago|
|2015-10-11||3rd||SoCal Regionals 2015||0 : 3||Kazunoko||$1,780|
|2015-07-19||13 - 16th||Evolution Championship Series 2015||0 : 2||PR_Balrog|
|2015-06-28||7 - 8th||Community Effort Orlando 2015||2 : 3||PR_Balrog||$540|
|2015-06-21||3rd||South East Asia Major 2015||1 : 3||Tokido||$1,500|
|2015-04-12||9th||Topanga World League #2||0/8||Grp. S.|
|2015-03-20||17 - 24th||Final Round XVIII||0 : 2||NuckleDu|
|2015-03-01||7 - 8th||Cannes Winter Clash 2015||0 : 2||Valmaster|
|2015-01-11||6th||Canada Cup Master Series 2015||3/4||Grp. S.||$561|
|2014-04-13||2nd||Topanga World League||5/2||Grp. S.||$4,919|
Samurai Shodown (2019)
The King of Fighters XIV
|2019-05-25||1st||Combo Breaker 2019||3 : 2|
3 : 2
|2019-02-16||5 - 6th||Evolution Championship Series: Japan 2019||0 : 2||SR||$362|
|2018-05-27||1st||Combo Breaker 2018||3 : 0||Wero Asamiya||$1,085|
|2018-03-24||1st||Thaiger Uppercut 2018||2 : 3|
3 : 1
|2018-01-27||4th||Evolution Championship Series: Japan 2018||1 : 2||M'||$368|
|2017-07-14||2nd||Evolution Championship Series 2017||2 : 3||E.T.||$3,548|
|2017-06-16||1st||Community Effort Orlando 2017||3 : 0||Reynald||$350|
|2017-02-18||3rd||The King of Fighters XIV World Championship 2017||0 : 2||GXBridget|
|2016-10-14||1st||SoCal Regionals 2016||3 : 2|
3 : 0
|2016-07-16||1st||Evolution Championship Series 2016||3 : 1||El Rosa|
vs. Wero Asamiya
vs. Luis Cha
vs. Luis Cha
The King of Fighters XIII
Dragon Ball FighterZ
- Xiao Hai is considered by many to be the greatest King of Fighters player of all time.
- Well known for having incredible reaction time.
- According to Chris Hu, Xiao Hai's father would actively go to Chinese arcades and coach Xiao Hai to become a better player, abusively so on occasion .
- Xiaohai has a rivalry with NuckleDu in Street Fighter .
- Notorious for being able to play fighting games with a single hand .
- Xiao Hai prefers The King of Fighters to Street Fighter, his favorite being The King of Fighters XIII .
- Infamous for always picking top tier characters.
- Renowned for his exceptional Cammy and Iori play, in Street Fighter and The King of Fighters respectively.
- Is known to sometimes play The King of Fighters '98 with one hand for fun at events.
- 2017-11-01 | by BornFree