MeomaikA

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Player Information
Name:
Trần Hồng Phúc
Romanized Name:
Tran Hong Phuc
Birth:
January 12, 1994 (1994-01-12) (age 24)
Country:
Race:
Alternate IDs:
<Flames>MeomaikA, <Q9>MeomaikA, MememaikA, TurnM, HeoQuaDuong
Total Earnings:
$5,209.71
WCS Circuit rank:
Links
History
2015-08 - 2016-03
2016-04 - 2016-11-09
2016-10-11 - 2016-12-15
2016-11-09 - 2017-01-12
2016-12-22 - 2018-03-01
2018-03-01 - 2018-03-20
2018-07-12 - Present

Tran "MeomaikA" Hong Phuc is a Zerg player from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, who is currently playing for Dark Society Gaming.

Brood War[edit]

  • Meomaika was a well-known player at both Q9 and BroodWar for his micro skill. He was top 2 WCG 2008 HCMC when he was 15 years old and one of the top zergs in BW Vietnam.

Wings of Liberty[edit]

Heart of the Swarm[edit]

  • MeomaikA started to play Starcraft II at August 2015 and improved at a devil speed, promoted into Master League.

Legacy of the Void[edit]

Evil Zerg[edit]

  • MeomaikA became one of the core players of Evil Zerg.

Vietnam Team League Season 1[edit]

  • The road to the final of VTL season 1 was rough for the pure-Zerg team, as they made poor results at the beginning, however at the end of the Round Robin, they managed to get into the Playoff and won the 2nd-3rd tie-breaker against Band of Brothers with the score of 4-1.
  • In the playoff, the team beat HoG with 2-0 score, thanked to MeomaikA for eliminating one of the toughest Zerg players of that time, Uply, and advanced to the Grand Final.
  • At the Grand Final, MeomaikA won the ACE match against ThuocLao and Evil Zerg became the champion.

Band of Brothers[edit]

Vietnam Team League Season 2[edit]

  • MeomaikA had a better result at season 2, only lost one match against ConChimNon. However in the playoff, they fell against the mighty Heroes of God.

Vietnam Starcraft 2 Star League Season 3[edit]

  • At the season 1 and 2, MeomaikA earned the 2nd place and he wanted the best result from the tournament.
  • The road to final of MeomaikA was very smooth from the first match to the quarterfinal, won one of the toughest Winner Bracket semi-finalists, sOsFanboy.
  • In the Winner Bracket Final and Grand Final, he won with the score of 4-2 and 4-0 against the most powerful Terran player of Thailand, StriKE.

Vietnam Starcraft Kings July[edit]

  • At the end of July 2016, MeomaikA joined VSK as 13th challenger and he won four matches before losing to StriKE.

Vietnam Starcraft Kings August[edit]

  • MeomaikA later joined VSK as 15th challenger and he won six matches, became the King.

The New Beginning of Starcraft 2 Vietnam[edit]

  • At the showmatch, MeomaikA was known as one of the promising players as he beat Seither 2-1 and PengWin 2-1.
  • September 2016, MeomaikA became the first player promoted into Grandmaster Korea in VietNam.

BanhBeo Bi-Weekly Cup #1[edit]

  • MeomaikA ended the Swiss format group stage with rank 8, advanced to the playoff.
  • In the playoff, MeomaikA won Paandaa with a score of 2-0. And then in the final, MeomaikA defeated Ezpz, the strongest T player of Vicious Killers with a score of 3-1 and became a champion.

DuSt Gaming[edit]

  • October 11th 2016, MeomaikA proudly joined DuSt Gaming
  • December 15th 2016, MeomaikA left DuSt Gaming.

SC2 ONLINE Community Open 25[edit]

  • October 22nd 2016, MeomaikA defeated puCK with a score of 2-1 and earned 40$ bounty.

Team Flames[edit]

  • November 9th 2016, MeomaikA left Band of Brothers and later joined Team Flames

Vietnam Single Tournament Week 4 2v2[edit]

  • MeomaikA signed up with WinDraE and joined as a team named Meo va cuc ta (MeomaikA and the feeder), and won the tournament with cheesy playstyle without a single lose.

BanhBeo Bi-Weekly Cup #2[edit]

  • MeomaikA was defeated by StriKE in the Winner Quarterfinal.
  • In the Loser Bracket, he played like a monster, defeating JusticeSimon, Uply and even the one who forced him to play in Loser Bracket, StriKE.
  • In the Grand Final, MeomaikA defeated ThuocLao, an unstoppable long time legend (he advanced through the Winner Bracket without a single lose), with a score of 3-0, and became a champion.

BanhBeo Bi-Weekly Cup #3[edit]

  • December 10th 2016, MeomaikA signed up for BanhBeo Bi-Weekly Cup #3 and played perfectly. He didn't drop a single game, beat a lot of very strong players, including GogojOey and Wally.
  • On the next day, he beat Wally in the Grand Final with a score of 3-0, became the first player achieving Champion of three consecutive seasons of BanhBeo Bi-Weekly.

VTL Allstars 2016[edit]

  • Despite of his position in VTL, his road to the final was rough at the start when he met JusticeSimon in Round of 8. However, he emerged victorious with a score of 3-2.
  • In Semifinal and Grandfinal, he used his weird builds in ZvZ matchup against hunterxx and Uply, defeated them 4-1. MeomaikA became champion of VTL Allstars 2016.

Trivia[edit]

  • Meomaika is known as the F2-abusing player.
  • His favorite composition is Hydralisks with Zerglings.
  • He has the weight of 100 kilograms.
  • StriKE mentioned MeomaikA as his favorite opponent to play against.
  • Became OSC's Rising Stars of the month in February 2017.
  • Has various weird build orders in all matchups.

Achievements[edit]

In A2Major tournaments
DatePlaceEventTeamResultWinnings
2018-06-173rd2018 WCS Valencia - Oceania, SEA Qualifier2018-06-170 : 2 HuT$1,179
In A3Minor and A5Monthly tournaments
DatePlaceEventTeamResultWinnings
2018-06-241stFluffyBoom Cup2018-06-244 : 3 starkiller$100
2018-05-062ndTopTierPractice Starcraft II League 2018 Season 10 : 3 Future$100
2017-11-261stProbe Starcraft League: Online Cup #23 : 2 Seither$200
2017-07-171stVietnam Starcraft II Star League Season 54 : 1 hunterxx$57.2
2016-12-251stVietnam Team League (VTL) Allstars 20164 : 1 Uply$150
Complete Results in any Tournament

Team Achievements

In A2Major tournaments
DatePlaceEventTeamResultWinnings
2017-12-194thANZ Proleague Season 1$33.33
Complete Results in any Tournament

References[edit]