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[e][h]Protoss JayStar
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Ding Wei
December 15, 1981 (age 41)
Alternate IDs:
DuskBin.JayStar, JnSx.JayStar, [AT]Star
霸王枪(Spear),霸王(Overlord),老霸王(Old Overlord)
Approx. Total Winnings:
Approx. Winnings 2023:
Tornado CupTornado Cup
2008-01-01 — Present


Ding "JayStar|霸王枪" Wei is a Chinese Protoss player. The Protoss is one of the veterans of the Chinese StarCraft Brood War scene and was one of the few players to participate in international events. His first major tournament was WCG 2006, where he failed to qualify for the Knock Out stages even though his group featured relatively bad players.

Until 2008 Ding Wei only participated in comparatively small Chinese tours, failing to qualify for the major events. In June 2008 JayStar was able to make it past the Qualifiers for PGL Season 3, but got eliminated in its early group stages. In December of the same year he joined Fnatic's Brood War squad along with F91 and started to play in different leagues such as the BWCL. Shortly after he finished fourth in the SC4All Stamina tournament, where he defeated ret in the Round of 16.

In late 2009 the Protoss was able to make it through the Chinese qualifiers for 2009 IEF and won against Super, Pj and F91. During the tournament's group stage JayStar was able to defeat Bisu and EffOrt, but lost to Pj and failed to reach the final stages. His good performance of 2009 didn't continue in 2010, when he missed to qualify for WCG 2010 after losing against F91 and LeiChe in the Chinese offline qualifiers.

JayStar was listed as player for the Chinese Team in Gambit's Cup 3.


  • JayStar initially played Random

Interview video[edit]

  • Exclusive Interview with JayStar by ZZZero , December 12, 2021

Matchup Statistics[edit]

Matchup Games Wins Losses Winrate
vs P 205 108 97 52.7 %
vs T 197 87 110 44.2 %
vs Z 239 104 135 43.5 %
All 699 328 371 46.9 %


In A0Premier Tournaments
2013-12-015th - 6thA0Premier2013 StarCraft Asian Open: 1v1TheThe– : –$975
In A1Major Tournaments
2023-01-21AwardA1Major (Sh.M.)Chinese New Year's Eve Team Battle 2023: Viewers' DonationTheThe– : –$332.27
2022-11-03AwardA1MajorGAN Race Survival Season 5: Fanny,Hu,ZhenShao and Viewers' DonationTheThe– : –$698.84
2022-11-02AwardA1MajorChina StarCraft Anchor Qualifying Season 4: Viewers' DonationTheThe– : –$123.33
2022-08-271stA1MajorLuck Over Strength– : –$1,152.12
2022-06-053rdA1MajorCSL season 5 Late Spring CupTheThe4 : 1$597.85
2022-05-14AwardA1MajorCSL season 5 Late Spring Cup: Viewers' DonationTheThe– : –$178.86
2019-04-141stA1MajorTornado CupTheThe4 : 2$1,194.70
2019-03-032ndA1Major2019 Shenzhen Offline CUPTheThe1 : 4$748.04
2013-02-284thA1MajorChina Champions CupTheThe– : –$804.28
2008-01-132ndA1MajorCEG 2007 ShaoxingTheTheL : W$1,380.98
2006-10-292ndA1MajorCEG 2006 Chengdu0 : 2$1,017.71
2006-08-062ndA1MajorWCG China 2006– : –$2,505.50
In A2Minor Tournaments
2022-03-101stA2MinorAiur Civil WarTheThe2 : 1$425.84
Complete list of results in any tournament
  • MeasterCup Hubei
  • IEFBeijing
  • ChangSha 5.1 Philip Platform Game
  • HuNan CEG
  • ShangHai XuHuiGame
  • CKCG BeiJing

Earnings Breakdown[edit]


Notable Games[edit]