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World Elite

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[e][h]World Elite
Team Information
Team Earnings:
$ 231 USD
Player Breakdown
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World Elite is a famous Chinese Warcraft III team, who have created a StarCraft II team under the same name to compete worldwide. Their opening roster consisted of Luffy who appeared at BlizzCon, ex-Brood War player LoveTT who took 4th place in the WCG 2008 and a few relatively unknown players, LoveCD the little brother of the WC3 pro Sky. Later on the BlizzCon finalist Loner would be added to the lineup. They also field teams in Counter-Strike and DotA.

They used to be in a Team partnership with the Korean Pro team Prime.

They are sponsored by GIGABYTE making their tags

The team no longer has SC2 players following the retirement of LoveCD.



  • October 8, Loner and Luffy go to Korea in order to try qualifing to GSL. Loner manages to make it to the Round of 16.
  • October 31, WCG China 08 winner LoveTT switches to StarCraft II. He was previously known as Etd.Jbaker.
  • November 9, World Elite and Prime announces their cooperation for the GSL.
  • November 15, Team WE officially opens up its StarCraft II roster. Founding members are Edison, Loner and Luffy. Loner will take the captain while Edison is the coach. LoveCD, the little brother of Sky, and RevTime is added to the newly formed talent squad.[1]
  • December 8, ex-Brood War pro Super is announced as part of the team.[2]


  • April 23, Loner, LoveTT, LoveCD and RevTime qualifies to the StarsWar Killer 6 tournament from the Chinese qualifier.
  • April 25, Loner, Luffy, LoveCD, Super, LoveTT and RevTime qualifie to the Round of 16 for WCG 2011, representing China.
  • May 4, LoveTT, RevTime and Loner advances to the Round of 8, in which LoveTT had to eliminate his team mate LoveCD.
  • May 27, LoveTT will face Loner in the finals for the wildcard. LoveTT had to yet again beat his team mate RevTime in his run, while Loner facing BW-pro F91.[3]
  • June 1, LoveCD and Revtime are added to the main squad.[4]
  • September 3, LoveTT leaves the team due to family reasons, while Loup joins the team.[5]
  • October, Loup leaves and joins Dream (team).
  • October 8, Super goes inactive.


  • March 28th, The contracted SC2 players of WE are listed as being Loner as captain, Super, LoveCD, and RevTime.[6]
  • In late 2012, WE released Super, Loner, RevTime, leaving LoveCD as their only SC2 player.


  • in late 2013, LoveCD went to be inactive and devoted most of his time to 霸三国Online, a MOBA game developed by Tencent.

Player Roster[edit]


Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
ChinaLoner戴逸 (Dai Yi)2010-11-152013-??-?? Zenith of Origin
ChinaLoup洪穆 (Hong Mu)2011-09-032011-10-01 Dream
ChinaLoveCD李俊峰 (Li Junfeng)2010-10-??2013-??-?? Retirement
ChinaLoveTT刘寅 (Liu Yin)2010-10-312011-09-03 Dream
ChinaLuffy叶皓 (Ye Hao)201?-??-??201?-??-?? Retirement
ChinaOojxoO金桪 (Jin Xun) Retirement
ChinaRevTime张芦 (Zhang Lu) Retirement
ChinaSuper张明璐 (Zhang Minglu)2010-12-08201?-??-?? AgFox
ChinaSky李晓峰 (Li Xiaofeng)201?-??-??201?-??-??

Team Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Result Prize
2011-06-18 3 - 4th A3Minor NetEase Starcraft2 League 2011: Team Tournament 4 : 5 $231.84

Earnings Statistics[edit]


  1. "Team WE officially opens SC2 squad." (in Chinese). 2010-11-15. Retrieved 2014-05-29.
  2. "Super officially joins the SC2 squad of WE" (in Chinese). 2010-12-08. Retrieved 2014-05-29.
  3. [1](Through Google translate)
  4. LoveCD and RevTime added to main Squad