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Invictus Gaming

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[e][h]Invictus Gaming
Team Information
Location:
Region:
Coaches:
Dingbo, Fly
Manager:
SuXiaoLuo
Team Captain:
Rookie
Total Earnings:
$3,583,246
Links
History
Created:
2011-08-02
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Invictus Gaming was created by Wang Si-Cong (son of Dalian Wanda Group chairman Wang Jianlin, ranked by Forbes as the third-richest man in China), who purchased the team which was until then known as Catastrophic Cruel Memory (CCM), including divisions for Starcraft II, DotA and LoL. The transaction volume amounted to 6 million USD.

History[edit]

2011 Season[edit]

Invictus Gaming had notable appearances in IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Guangzhou and TGA City of Heroes. The team finished the year by beating Team WE to represent China in the 2011 World Cyber Games Grand Finals. They finished 1st in their group which included Dignitas among others but were knocked out later by North American powerhouse Counter Logic Gaming Prime.


2012 Season[edit]

IG qualified for IEM Kiev in the Asian qualifiers but did not receive their visas in time to participate. They also qualified for the IEM World Championship in Hanover, but were denied to travel because of visa issues once again. Long time member and captain Wh1t3zZ left iG for Canis Lupus Campestris in March of 2012. In May, former EHOME player Pdd joined as the top laner to complete a total roster revamp. On July 28, iG's new lineup took 1st place in the Season Two Chinese Regional Finals, qualifying for the Season 2 World Championship. In early October, iG traveled to Los Angeles to take part in the Season 2 World Championship. In the first game of the group stage, Invictus was pitted against the heavily favored Azubu Frost. IG's aggressive roaming and early control allowed them to build a lead, but a Baron Nashor steal and well executed teamfight by Frost resulted in a defeat for the Chinese squad. However, Invictus quickly collected themselves and made quick work of CLG Prime and SK Gaming in relatively lopsided matches. They qualified through to the quarterfinals as the second team from Group A. Unfortunately for iG, their run at the championship would end there, as they were knocked out soundly two games to none by Moscow Five. Although iG's strong early game continued to established early advantages, mid game missteps in both games gave the Russian powerhouse the opportunities they needed to turn the games around and take the victory in the best-of-three. Invictus Gaming finished 5th-8th place and took home $ 75,000.


2013 Season[edit]

Invictus Gaming played a strong Spring Season, taking 1st seed in the regular season with an 22-6 record. They advanced to the Spring Playoffs where they played against Positive Energy in the Semifinals. Surprisingly, they lost 2-0 to drop to the third-place match where they faced Team WE and beat them 2-1 to take third place. The Summer Season didn't go as planned for IG, as they found themselves in fifth place with an 10-11 record at the end of the season, missing out on playoffs and not making it to the Season 3 World Championship.


2014 Season[edit]

Invictus Gaming competed in the Spring Season and advanced to the Spring Playoffs as fourth seed from the regular season. IG managed to beat Oh My God 2-1 to advance to the finals where they lost in a dominating series to EDward Gaming 3-0, taking second seed in playoffs. The Summer Season went as well as the 2013 summer season and IG didn't even manage to qualify for the Summer Playoffs.


2015 Season[edit]

IG went on to take KT Rolster Arrows' mid laner and jungler, RooKie and KaKAO, under contract to hope to qualify for Worlds. They played a mediocre 2015 LPL Spring as they took fifth place with a 8-8-6 record, qualifying for the Spring Playoffs. They beat Vici Gaming 3-1 in the quarterfinals to advance to the semifinals to face EDward Gaming. They lost 3-0 but they managed to win the third place match against Snake Esports 3-1. In the Summer Season, IG took third place in the regular season with another 8-8-6 record to advance to the Summer Playoffs. They played against Vici Gaming in the quarterfinals and beat them 3-2 to advance to the semifinals to play Qiao Gu. Here, they lost 3-2 and were forced to play in the third place match against EDward Gaming. IG took the series 3-1 and ended in third place in playoffs again. They then played in the Regional Finals for a chance to qualify for Worlds 2015. IG played against Qiao Gu in the first round and won convincingly 2-0 to advance to the second round to play against EDward Gaming. Unfortunately, IG couldn't repeat their round 1 performance and got beaten by EDG 3-1. They dropped to the lower bracket final and played against QG. IG would take the series 3-0 and qualify for Worlds 2015 as third seed from China. At worlds, they were placed in a group with Fnatic, Cloud 9, and ahq e-Sports Club. IG disappointed with a mediocre 2-4 record and were knocked out of the tournament in last place.


2016 Season[edit]

The 2016 season was fairly straightforward for IG. The team placed 4th in the 2016 LPL Spring Season with an 8-8 record. They were quickly knocked out of playoffs in the first round after getting swept 0-3 by Snake Esports. The summer season was identical to the spring one for IG since they finished in 4th again with a 5-11 record. The summer playoffs also had the same result and IG were knocked out in the first round again by getting swept by I May.


2017 Season[edit]

Invictus Gaming finished 3rd in Group A of the 2017 LPL Spring Season with an 8-8 record. They would then drop out in the first round of the playoffs with a 1-3 loss to Newbee. IG participated in the 2017 Demacia Cup and finished 3rd after a 1-3 loss to I May in the semifinals. Their summer season was similar to their spring season and they finished 3rd with a 10-6 record. They did much better in the playoffs and finished 3rd with a victory over Team WE in the third place match. IG then participated in the 2017 Season China Regional Finals but failed to make it to Worlds after Team WE got their revenge against them and beat them 3-2.


2018 Season[edit]

Invictus Gaming added JackeyLove to their starting roster, when the young ADC prodigy finally became eligible for competitive play. Invictus Gaming started the Spring Split with a loss against future nemesis Royal Never Give Up, losing 1-2. After that match, Invictus Gaming went on a 18 series win streak, only dropping 3 games in the process and ending the regular season with an 18-1 record. IG were heavy favorites headed into the Spring Playoffs, however, starting top laner TheShy sustained an injury to his hand, forcing IG to use their sub top laner Duke instead, with whom they had little practice. Having secured a bye into the Semi Finals, IG faced Royal Never Give Up and lost 2-3.

IG attended Rift Rivals, and faced SK Telecom T1 and Machi 17 during the group stage, defeating both. In the finals, they faced KT Rolster, to whom they lost.

In the Summer Split, IG managed to achieve the same record as they had in Spring, once again going 18-1 in series, but dropping more games along the way, and once again losing their only series to Royal Never Give Up. Headed into the Summer Playoffs, IG had yet again secured a semifinal bye. They faced JD Gaming in the Semifinal, managing to defeat them, 3-2. For the first time ever, IG found themselves in the LPL Final, and a spot at the 2018 World Championship as at least the second seed. They faced Royal Never Give Up once again. RNG won the first two games after the final, pushing IG to game point. IG managed to win both Game 3 and 4, and were poised to win Game 5. However, RNG made a comeback in Game 5, and once again denied IG the LPL championship.

IG were put into Group D at the World Championship, along with Fnatic, 100 Thieves, and G-Rex. IG ended the group stage with a 5-1 record, but ended up losing the tiebreaker for 1st to Fnatic, so IG headed into the quarterfinals as the second seed from Group D. They were drawn against Korean champions KT Rolster, whom they had previously lost to at Rift Rivals in Dalian. IG were the underdogs going into the series, but managed to take KT down in 5 games after nearly sweeping them but for an extremely close base race in Game 3.

In the semifinals in Gwangju, IG faced G2 Esports, who had managed to take down IG's nemesis RNG in 5 games. Despite analysts calling for a possible close series, IG defeated G2 3-0 as Rookie and TheShy starred against lane opponents Perkz and Wunder. In the grand final in Incheon, IG faced Fnatic again and this time dominated, winning 3-0 in the third-fastest best-of-5 series in professional League of Legends history. It marked not only IG's and China's first World Championship but also IG's first international tournament win and the first non-Korean world champion since Taipei Assassins in 2012. Ning won Finals MVP honors after posting a 13/3/29 KDA in the series (including 11/0/19 as Camille in Game 1 and Gragas in Game 2).


2019 Season[edit]

IG managed to retain their entire roster from 2018 going into the 2019 season. IG started off their season by winning the 2018 Demacia Cup Winter by defeating Topsports Gaming 3-1 in the finals. IG finished the 2019 Spring Split regular season in 2nd place with a 11-4 record, acquiring a bye to the semifinals. IG went on to face Topsports Gaming in the semifinals of playoffs, beating them 3-1 and advancing to the finals. In the finals, they faced 8th seed JD Gaming, who made a miracle run to the finals. Invictus Gaming destroyed JD Gaming in the finals of the 2019 LPL Spring Split with an astounding 3-0 stomp, breaking the record of fastest LPL final in history with only 86 minutes played, acquiring their first LPL title since the organization was formed and a spot at the 2019 Mid-Season Invitational.

IG continued its winning streak by going 9-0 to start the 2019 MSI Main Event before SK Telecom T1 defeated them to conclude the group stage. After selecting Team Liquid as their opponent for the playoffs, Invictus dropped the first two games despite holding over five thousand gold leads in both matches. IG was able to take game three, but could not turn around the series as the tournament favorites fell in four games, 1-3.

IG's shocking loss to Team Liquid left the team in shambles, with Baolan being subbed out for the first two weeks of the summer split in favor of their rookie LDL support, Lucas. Rookie was forced to step away for a while as well, with Forge taking his place. IG managed to qualify for playoffs, finishing the regular season in 6th place. In the first round of playoffs, IG faced off against LNG Esports. Many expected IG to take the series, but instead, LNG destroyed IG in a 3-0 stomp. This would mean that IG would have to win the LPL 2019 Regional Finals in order to qualify for Worlds. In the first round of the gauntlet, IG managed to take down JD Gaming in a 5 game series. In the final of the LPL gauntlet, Invictus faced off against Top Esports. The series went back and forth, but in the end, Invictus managed to take the victory in game 5 and qualify for the 2019 World Championship as the third seed from the LPL.

At the World Championship, Invictus would be drawn into Group D, alongside DAMWON Gaming, Team Liquid and Ahq eSports Club. IG finished the group stage with a 4-2 record, only dropping their two games to DAMWON. IG qualified for the knockout stage of Worlds 2019. In the quarterfinals, Invictus Gaming would meet the LCK's 2nd seed Griffin. Invictus were seen as the underdogs in the series, but they came storming out the gate, winning the first two games of the series to take a 2-0 lead. Griffin managed to fight back and take game 3, but it was all for nor, as IG stomped Griffin in game 4 to advance to the semifinals. In the semifinals, Invictus Gaming met fellow Chinese team FunPlus Phoenix. IG yet again entered the series as underdogs and lost Game 1 of the series. They managed to tie up the series in a nail-biter game 2, but fell behind 1-2 after losing Game 3. In the fourth game, IG managed to build up an advantage and lead in the late game, but failed to execute properly and were eliminated from the 2019 World Championship by FunPlus Phoenix, who would go on to win the finals and become World Champions.

Timeline[edit]

  • March 19th - Kim Karam joins as coach.[40]
  • June 13th - Rookie takes a break in case of family health issue. Forge from iG.Young (also known as Xin) will stand in for him.[41]
  • June 29th - Forge moves back to iG.Young.[42]
  • July 1st - Rookie returns to the starting roster.[43]
  • August 5th - Leyan gets promoted to the main roster.[44]
  • September 9th - West leaves the team.[45]
  • November 18th - Kim Karam leaves his position as a coach.[46]
  • November 22nd - JackeyLove's contract ends and he becomes a free agent.[47]
  • November 25th - Mafa leaves the team due to entering military service.[48]
  • December 16th - Puff, and Southwind join as players. Fly joins as Head Coach.[49]
  • December 17th - Fate gets promoted to Invictus Gaming. [50]

Roster[edit]

Active[edit]

Active Squad
ID Name Position Join Date
South Korea TheShy Kang Dong-geun (강동근) Top 2017-05-19
China Ning Gao Zhen-Ning (高振宁) Jungle 2017-05-19
China Leyan Lu Jue (卢崛) Jungle 2019-08-05[44]
South Korea Rookie Song Eui-jin (송의진) Mid 2014-12-18
China Puff Ding Wang (丁旺) ADC 2019-12-16[49]
China Southwind Su Zhi-Lin (苏志林) Support 2019-12-16[49]
China Baolan Wang Liu-Yi (王柳羿) Support 2018-11-29[39]
China Reheal Peng Jun-Jie (彭俊杰) Support 2019-12-17[50]

Former[edit]

2011 IEM Guangzhou Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
China XiaoXiao Sun Ya-Long (孙亚龙) Top 2011-08-02 -
China LuFFY Zong Yuan (宗原) Jungle 2011-05-05 2011-11-??
Hong Kong Wh1t3zZ Lo Pun Wai (盧本偉) Mid 2011-05-05 -
Hong Kong Tabe Martin Wong (王柏勤) ADC 2011-08-02 -
Hong Kong ChrIs Siu Keung (蕭強) Support 2011-08-02 -
2012 Worlds Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
China PDD Liu Mou (刘谋) Top 2012-04-21 -
China illuSioN Chen Xin-Lin (陈新霖) Jungle 2012-03-01 -
China Zzitai Liu Zhi-Hao (刘志豪) Mid 2012-04-?? -
China kid Ge Yan (葛炎) ADC 2012-06-28 -
China XiaoXiao Sun Ya-Long (孙亚龙) Support 2011-08-02 -
Former Players
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
China Duck Shao Zheng-Qiu (邵正秋) Jungle 2012-02-16 2012-06-28
None
Hong Kong Tabe Martin Wong (王柏勤) Support 2011-08-02 2012-07-?? Noah's Ark
Hong Kong ChrIs Siu Keung (蕭強) Support 2011-08-02 2012-04-21
No team template exists for name "cabus kupus campestris".
China BlackWeapon Yang Ao (杨奥) Top 2012-03-01 2012-04-??
No team template exists for name "all gamers".
Hong Kong Wh1t3zZ Lo Pun Wai (盧本偉) Mid 2011-05-05 2012-03-01
No team template exists for name "cabus kupus campestris".
China illuSioN Chen Xin-Lin (陈新霖) Jungle 2011-11-?? 2012-02-16 Young Glory
2013 LPL Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
China PDD Liu Mou (刘谋) Top 2012-04-21 -
China illuSioN Chen Xin-Lin (陈新霖) Jungle 2012-03-01 -
China Zzitai Liu Zhi-Hao (刘志豪) Mid 2012-04-?? -
China kid Ge Yan (葛炎) ADC 2012-06-28 -
China XiaoXiao Sun Ya-Long (孙亚龙) Support 2011-08-02 2014-01-20
Retired
2014 LPL Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
South Korea YongSoo Gwon Yong-su (권용수) Top 2014-06-08 -
China illuSioN Chen Xin-Lin (陈新霖) Jungle 2012-03-01 2014-12-17 Young Glory
China Zzitai Liu Zhi-Hao (刘志豪) Mid 2012-04-?? -
China kid Ge Yan (葛炎) ADC 2012-06-28 -
China Kitties Liu Hong-Jun (刘洪均) Support 2013-12-?? -
Former Players
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
China PDD Liu Mou (刘谋) Top 2012-04-21 2014-06-15
Retired
2015 Worlds Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
China Zzitai Liu Zhi-Hao (刘志豪) Top 2012-04-?? -
China Pokemon Zeng Tao (曾韬) Top 2014-10-30 2015-12-29 TyLoo
South Korea KaKAO Lee Byung-kwon (이병권) Jungle 2014-12-18 2015-12-29 Wan Yoo
South Korea YongSoo Gwon Yong-su (권용수) Jungle 2014-06-09 2015-12-29
None
South Korea Rookie Song Eui-jin (송의진) Mid 2014-12-18 -
China kid Ge Yan (葛炎) ADC 2012-06-28 -
China Kitties Liu Hong-Jun (刘洪均) Support 2013-12-?? -
China mo Cai Bo (蔡波) Support 2015-09-21 2016-??-?? Snake Esports
Former Players
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
South Korea Save Baek Young-jin (백영진) Top 2014-12-01 2015-01-02 Young Glory
South Korea Fly Song Yong-jun (송용준) Mid 2014-12-01 2015-01-02 Young Glory
2016 LPL Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
China Zzitai Liu Zhi-Hao (刘志豪) Top 2012-04-?? 2016-12-15 Snake Esports
South Korea Ben Nam Dong-hyun (남동현) Top 2016-07 2016-12-19 Team WE
China AGxw Gao Ya-Ze (高亚泽) Top 2016-05-27 2016-12-?? Young Glory
China kid Ge Yan (葛炎) Jungle 2012-06-28 -
South Korea Rookie Song Eui-jin (송의진) Mid 2014-12-18 -
China Marge Feng Li (冯磊) ADC 2016-07-?? -
China Time Tang Jin-Tai (唐靖泰) ADC 2015-07-09 -
South Korea Rain An Hyeon-guk (안현국) ADC 2016-01-14 2016-12-09 Royal Club
China Baolan Wang Liu-Yi (王柳羿) Support 2016-07-?? -
China Kitties Liu Hong-Jun (刘洪均) Support 2013-12-?? 2016-12-19 Young Glory
Hong Kong Tabe Martin Wong (王柏勤) Support 2016-04-13 2016-12-?? Hong Kong Attitude
China Hule Ding Yu-Bo (丁于波) Support 2016-??-?? 2016-12-?? Snake Esports
Former Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
South Korea Destiny Lee Jae-hoon (이재훈) Support 2016-06-22 2016-06-25 Young Glory
Former Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
China Time Tang Jin-Tai (唐靖泰) Sub/ADC 2015-07-09 2016-09-05
Retired
China Rio Wen Fu-Hua (温富华) Jungle 2017-04-13 2017-12-21[35]
China Baolan Wang Liu-Yi (王柳羿) Support 2016-07-?? 2017-12-19[33] Invictus Gaming
South Korea Save Baek Young-jin (백영진) Top 2016-06-22 2017-05
None
China Marge Feng Li (冯磊) ADC 2016-07-?? 2017-05-?? TyLoo
China JackeyLove Yu Wen-Bo (喻文波) ADC 2016-06-22 2017-05-01 Invictus Gaming
Former Players
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
China Baolan Wang Liu-Yi (王柳羿) Support 2017-12-20[34] 2018-11-28[38] Invictus Gaming
China West Chen Long (陈龙) ADC 2017-05-19[45] 2019-09-09[45] Invictus Gaming
Former Players
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
South Korea Duke Lee Ho-seong (이호성) Top 2016-12-18 2019-11-19
China JackeyLove Yu Wen-Bo (喻文波) ADC 2017-05-19 2019-11-22[47]
China West Chen Long (陈龙) ADC 2017-05-19[45] 2019-09-09[45] VP Gaming

Organization[edit]

Active[edit]

Organization Invictus Gaming
ID Name Position Join Date
China WXZ Wang Si-Cong (王思聪) Owner 2011-08-02
China Veloce Kuma Liu Ming (刘明) CEO 2011-08-02
China SuXiaoLuo Zhu Song-Ge (祝颂歌) Manager 2013-01-11
South Korea Fly Kim Sang-chul (김상철) Head Coach 2019-12-17
China Dingbo Ding Yu-Bo (丁于波) Coach 2019-06-07
China 阿宁 Chen Zi (陈子) Assistant Leader 2016-01-15
China MK Jin Ming-Kui (金明奎) Translator 2014-02-28

Former[edit]

Former Organization
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Organization
South Korea Mafa Won Sang-yeon (원상연) Head Coach 2014-12-18 2019-11-24[48]
South Korea Karam Kim Ka-Ram (김가람) Coach 2019-03-19[40] 2019-11-18[46]
South Korea Kim Kim Jung-su (김정수) Coach 2018-05-21[36] 2018-11-18[51] DAMWON Gaming
Hong Kong Chris Siu Keung (蕭強) Coach 2016-01-14 2017-05-22 Triumphant Song Gaming
South Korea PoohManDu Lee Jeong-hyeon (이정현) Coach 2014-12-18 2015-12-30 SK Telecom T1

Results[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2019-11-02 A33 - 4th A1Premier World Championship 2019 World Championship 1 : 3 $155,750
2019-07-07 A22nd A1Premier Rift Rivals Rift Rivals 2019: LCK vs LPL vs LMS vs VCS 1 : 3 $40,000
2019-05-17 A33 - 4th A1Premier Mid-Season Invitational Mid-Season Invitational 2019 1 : 3 $100,000
2019-04-21 A11st A1Premier LoL Pro League LPL Spring 2019 3 : 1 $223,673
2018-12-23 A11st A2Major Demacia Cup Demacia Cup Winter 2018 3 : 1 $72,401
2018-11-03 A11st A1Premier World Championship 2018 World Championship 3 : 0 $2,418,750
2018-09-14 A22nd A1Premier LoL Pro League LPL Summer 2018 2 : 3 $116,715
2018-07-08 A11st A1Premier Rift Rivals Rift Rivals 2018: LCK vs LPL vs LMS 3 : 2 $20,000
2017-11-19 A11st A2Major National Electronic Sports Tournament NEST 2017 2 : 0 $60,302
2017-08-26 A33rd A1Premier LoL Pro League LPL Summer 2017 3 : 2 $76,229
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament
DateTimeTierTournamentScoreVs. Team
2020-04-2909:00 UTCA1PremierLPL Spring 2020 - 3rd Place MatchLPL Spring 2020 - 3rd Place Match0 : 3 FPX
2020-04-2609:00 UTCA1PremierLPL Spring 2020 - SemifinalsLPL Spring 2020 - Semifinals1 : 3 TES
2020-04-1912:00 UTCA1PremierLPL Spring 2020 - Week 7LPL Spring 2020 - Week 72 : 1 LNG
2020-04-1712:00 UTCA1PremierLPL Spring 2020 - Week 7LPL Spring 2020 - Week 72 : 0 EDG
2020-04-1511:00 UTCA1PremierLPL Spring 2020 - Week 7LPL Spring 2020 - Week 72 : 1 WE
Complete list of matches in any tournament

Awards[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Additional Content[edit]

Articles[edit]


Interviews[edit]


Videos[edit]


Highlight Videos[edit]


Match Highlights[edit]


References[edit]

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  43. ran_lpl (2019-06-30). "Yesterday was Forge's last match in LPL(for now), he has returned to LDL and won't be playing in rift rivals, which means Rookie will come back during Rift Rivals." (in English Speaking English). Twitter.
  44. 44.0 44.1 Invictus Gaming (2019-08-05). "#ig公告# 原iG.Y打野选手卢崛(ID:Leyan)上调至iG.LOL,目前注册流程已经完成,上场情况将根据队伍状态及教练组安排决定。 ​ ​​​​" (in China Chinese). Weibo.
  45. 45.0 45.1 45.2 45.3 45.4 Invictus Gaming (2019-09-09). "祝贺队友们拿到了这一张来之不易的门票,也希望队友们再次拿下这一次的冠军🏆在世界赛继续努力加油💪 本人合同也已经到期了,希望在这里找个队伍😢 ​​​​​​​​" (in China Chinese). Weibo.
  46. 46.0 46.1 "感谢Karam教练在过去的一年中做出的努力与贡献,祝前程似锦[心"] (in China Chinese). Invictus Gaming. 2019-11-18.
  47. 47.0 47.1 "iG电子竞技俱乐部英雄联盟分部选手iG.JackeyLove(喻文波)与iG电子竞技俱乐部的合约到期,成为“自由人”身份。" (in China Chinese). Invictus Gaming. 2019-11-22.
  48. 48.0 48.1 "感谢Mafa教练这五年以来对队伍的付出与努力,获得的每一个荣誉都有你的功劳。感谢你,也祝福你,希望之后旅途一切顺利,希望未来再次相聚[心"] (in China Chinese). Invictus Gaming. 2019-11-24.
  49. 49.0 49.1 49.2 "【LOL】iG电子竞技俱乐部英雄联盟分部人员调整公告" (in China Chinese). Invictus Gaming. 2019-12-16.
  50. 50.0 50.1 "【LOL】iG电子竞技俱乐部英雄联盟分部人员调整公告" (in China Chinese). Invictus Gaming. 2019-12-17.
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