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Player Information
Romanized Name:
Li Xiaofeng
March 27, 1985 (1985-03-27) (age 35)
Alternate IDs:
盖哥 Gài gē (Sky Bro)
天王 Tiānwáng (The King)
Medias (Social & stream)
ACON5 World Cyber Games 2005 Stars War III IEF 2006 World Cyber Games 2006 WarCraft III Champions League - Season XI PGL Season I Neo Star League Season 2 Road of the King WarCraft III Champions League - Season XIV Intel Extreme Masters Season III - Global Challenge: Chengdu International Electronic Sports Tournament 2009 Neo Star League Season 3
200X-XX-XX - 2005-05-19
2005-05-19 - 2015-05-10
Profiles Sky's profile

Li "Sky" Xiaofeng (born March 27, 1985) is a retired Chinese Human player. His name is commonly associated to team World Elite, to which he has belonged since 2005.[1]


Sky sponsored Taidu Esports Masters during summer 2017.


Sky is widely regarded as one of the most, if not the most successful Human player in Warcraft III. He started to gain recognition in 2005 with several achievements in prestigious events, and eventually won the World Cyber Games at the end of the year. One year later, after finishing within the top 3 of many of the premier tournaments of the season, he became the first (and only one so far) back to back Warcraft III World Cyber Games champion at the expense of ToD.[2] He went on playing a third WCG finals in a row in 2007, but had to settle for silver after his defeat against Creolophus. His run in this event was featured in the 2008 documentary film "Beyond the Game" directed by Jos de Putter.[3] Sky suffered a huge upset in 2008, when he was eliminated in group stage of WCG China, therefore failing to qualify for the main event.[4] He still had a quite successful season, taking second place in Electronic Sports World Cup and in ProGamer League II.[2]

Sky was less highlighted in 2009 and 2010, being somewhat overshadowed by Infi as the most accomplished Human player. He eventually managed to make a great run in a premier event again in the World Cyber Games 2011, where he came out first in his rough group featuring Fly100% and Moon, and reached the finals against Lyn. Sky ultimately took the second place of the tournament.[5]


Date Place Tier Tournament Team Result Prize
2010-04-25 A11st A1Tier 1 Neo Star League Season 3 3 : 1 South Korea  ReMinD $6,000
2009-11-23 A11st A1Tier 1 International Electronic Sports Tournament 2009 2 : 0 South Korea  Check $23,426
2009-01-18 A11st A1Tier 1 Intel Extreme Masters Season III - Global Challenge: Chengdu 2 : 0 Netherlands  Grubby $5,000
2008-04-20 A11st A1Tier 1 Neo Star League Season 2 3 : 2 China  Infi $7,150
2007-07-26 A11st A1Tier 1 PGL Season I 3 : 1 South Korea  Moon $10,000
2006-12-12 A22nd A1Tier 1 International Electronic Sports Tournament 2006 1 : 3 South Korea  Moon $10,000
2006-10-22 A11st A1Tier 1 World Cyber Games 2006 2 : 0 France  ToD $20,000
2006-09-29 A11st A1Tier 1 International e-Sports Festival 2006 2 : 1 South Korea  GoStop $20,000
2005-11-20 A11st A1Tier 1 World Cyber Games 2005 2 : 0 United States  Shortround $20,000
2005-06-05 A11st A1Tier 1 ACON5 2 : 0 South Korea  ReMinD $8,000
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament


  • He played Terran in StarCraft II
  • He is the brother of StarCraft II progamer LoveCD.[6]

Interviews & Articles[edit]







  1. "World Elite recruits Like". September 14th 2006.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Warcraft III World Championships
  3. "Esports film in renowned Dutch theater". February 18th 2009.
  4. "WCG dream over for Sky". July 26th 2008.
  5. France "Lyn champion ahead of Sky and Fly100%". Translated version
  6. Stars War Starcraft 2 Final review.