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[e][h]Terran Oliveira
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Li Peinan
June 28, 2000 (age 22)
Alternate IDs:
Aventador, TIME
李白给(Li BAI-GEI)
barbarian(野人)Li Hung-Chang
Normal man
Approx. Total Winnings:
Approx. Winnings 2023:
EPT AS rank:
Years active:
2014 - Present
Years active (caster):
2022 - Present
IEM Katowice 2023
 × 2
2015-04-26 — 2015-09-09Zenith of Origin
2015-??-?? — 2015-09-09SoloAsR
2016-01-02 — 2018-04-02SCBoy
2018-08-03 — 2020-03-23Newbee
2020-03-26 — 2023-03-13KaiZi Gaming
2023-03-13 — PresentDKZ Gaming
Upcoming Matches
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Recent Matches
Oliveira Terran China
Finland Zerg Serral
2023-05-31 15:00:00UTC  
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South Korea Terran ByuN
2023-05-31 13:55:00UTC  
Oliveira Terran China
France Terran Clem
2023-05-31 00:00:25UTC  
Oliveira Terran China
Ukraine Zerg DIMAGA
2023-05-31 00:00:19UTC  
Oliveira Terran China
China Zerg Silky
2023-05-31 00:00:06UTC  

Li "Oliveira" Peinan (born June 28, 2000) is a Chinese Terran player who is currently playing for DKZ Gaming.

He is formerly known as "TIME".

Heart of the Swarm[edit]

After he became the youngest Chinese player to reach Grandmaster on the Korean server, Zenith of Origin invited him to join as an academy player. However, Oliveira participated in NeoTV Starcraft League 2015 as a member of his clan SoloAsR instead of ZoO for unknown reasons. After his first offline tournament at World Leisure Games 2015, he left Zenith of Origin.

His best result in a Premier tournament during the Heart of the Swarm era was a Ro8 finish at MSI Masters Gaming Arena 2015: China & Japan Qualifier.

Legacy of the Void[edit]

Following his performance at GPL 2015 Season 3 Premier League, he was invited to become a member of X-Team at the beginning of 2016.

He became famous in NEO Star League 2016 International, where he beat MarineLorD 2-0 through his strongest matchup (TvT).

In the 3rd place playoff of WESG 2017 - Asia-Pacific Qualifier, he beat Maru 3-2 in an official offline tournament.

After One More was disbanded, Oliveira joined Clan SCBoy for 4 months before leaving. After being teamless for another 4 months, he joined Newbee in the Summer of 2018.

In 2018 WCS Montreal, Oliveira reached a new milestone in his SC2 career. He never expected himself to go that deep into the tournament. Oliveira defeated Has 3:2, who was the runner-up of 2018 WCS Valencia, and he advanced to the quarterfinals. In Ro8, he surprised most people by sweeping the series against HeRoMaRinE, one of the best EU Terran players, 3:0. Before him, the Chinese audience had sorely missed one of their own players in the semifinals, the last two being MacSed & Jim in 2013. Even though Reynor ended Oliveira's journey, he had a bright future in the coming years.

On April 2019, despite losing to MaSa in 2019 WCS Winter AM, Oliveira saw his 4th trip to the Top 8 of a premier tournament.

Just one month after 2019 WCS Winter AM, Oliveira made his breakthrough and stood in front of Serral in the quarterfinals of 2019 WCS Spring. Even though he felt anxious while facing the world's best player, Oliveira still managed to grab one map after an unsuccessful Nydus timing attack from Serral. He said that he had seen the gap between him and the best player and what he could improve in the next tournament after that game.

On July 2019, Oliveira was defeated by ShoWTimE, the best German Protoss, 1:3 in the quarterfinals of 2019 WCS Summer. Later, he was successfully qualified for Assembly Summer 2019 after defeating Scarlett for the first time. He got revenge against ShoWTimE in Group Stage 2 with two decisive SCV pulls. He then faced Serral in the quarterfinals for the second time and showed his improvement after 3 months' practice. No one expected that Oliveira would almost take down Serral in this BO5, but he narrowly lost 2:3. He even led 2:1 in the series but Serral pulled off a comeback after a vigorous effort and defeated Oliveira with 3:2. During the winner's interview, the reigning WCS Champion said that there was a moment he thought he might have lost the game. Oliveira showed his excellent control just like what ByuN did 3 years ago, and earned himself many fans worldwide.

On Aug 15, 2019 GSL vs. the World, he dominated one of the best Zerg players from Korea, soO. There was no doubt that Oliveira was now one of the best Terran players in the world.

After defeating MaNa 3:1 and Astrea 3:0 in 2019 WCS Fall, Oliveira became the first Mainland Chinese player to qualify for 2019 WCS Global Finals in Anaheim. It had taken 8 years for Chinese fans to see a local player competing in the Global Finals for the first time. No matter the result, Oliveira had initiated a new era for the Chinese StarCraft 2 scene.

Winning IEM Katowice 2023[edit]

In one of the biggest upsets in Starcraft II history, Oliveira defeated Maru 4:1 in the Grand Final of IEM Katowice 2023 to become the 2023 World Champion. After narrowly escaping his group with a 2-3 overall record with only beating Terrans, he beat 2022 IEM Katowice Semifinalist HeRoMaRinE, 2021 IEM Katowice Champion Reynor and 2022 Season 2 GSL Code S Champion herO to reach the finals. His opponent in that match, 5-time GSL Code S Champion Maru, was the 94% favourite according to Aligulac and won the first map in a convincing fashion. However, Oliveira responded with a series of impressive victories to take the series 4:1 and lift the trophy.


  • He is the youngest Chinese player to reach Grandmaster on Korean server, at the age of 14.
  • He is the first-ever Chinese player to win a Premier level world championship in both Broodwar or Starcraft 2.
  • He defeated Cloudy in his first official StarCraft II match when he was 14 years old. Then Cloudy reported him for not being old enough to sign up (players needed to be at least 16 years old).
  • He (6359 days) beat Jim (6360 days) to be the youngest Chinese player winning a major tournament.
  • Before WCS 2019, create a documentary about him: 英雄远征
  • He won's Best Chinese Player Award for his overall performance in the Gold Series Team Championship 2020 Fall Season.[1]
  • Along with SpeCial, he is the only player to win all three of the EPT Regional Challengers of the ESL Pro Tour 2020/21.
  • Along with MeomaikA and Clem, he is the only player to have won both of the EPT Regional Challengers of the ESL Pro Tour 2022/23.





Matchup Statistics

 vs Protossvs Terranvs Zergvs RandomTotal
as Protoss1 - 233.3 %0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-1 - 233.3 %
as Terran883 - 58360.2 %485 - 39555.1 %601 - 57051.3 %18 - 290 %1987 - 155056.2 %
as Zerg1 - 233.3 %4 - 0100 %0 - 0-0 - 0-5 - 271.4 %
as Random1 - 233.3 %0 - 0-0 - 0-4 - 0100 %5 - 271.4 %

Earnings Statistics

1v1 Medal Statistics




  1. TheOneAboveU (2020-10-24). "Best Chinese Player: KZ.TIME". Retrieved 2020-10-24.