Invictus Gaming – Dota 2

Invictus Gaming is the Chinese team esports Dota 2 that won the championship at The International 2012. The coach of the squad is 32-year-old Su Peng “super”.

Invictus Gaming Dota 2 roster

Invictus Gaming.

Thiay Jun Wen “JT”, also known by his nickname March, is a 22-year-old gamer from Malaysia. He is the captain of the team. On the professional scene, the player was noticed in 2017. Previously he played for the Malaysian team Geek Fam, with which he achieved success and won several tournaments. He has 250 wins, 16 draws, and 176 losses on his account.

Jin Zhiyi “flyfly” is a professional esports player with total prize money of $151,998. Role: Carry. He has been on the pro scene since 2014. He previously played in mixes, then joined Team Serenity, with which he made it to TI8. His stats include 332 wins, 253 losses, and 42 draws. In September 2019, he joined Invictus Gaming.

Zhou Yi “Emo” also known as HAlf, is a 20-year-old player from China with total prize money of $148,798. Position: Midlane. His stats are 55.08% wins, 5.40% draws, and 39.52% losses. Previously played on Source Code and iG Vitality. Zhou Yi joined the current IG roster in 2018.

Pan Yi “Fade”, whose second nickname is Pain. Role: Support. Pan Yi earned over $330,000 during his career. He entered the professional scene in 2016 with the Thunderobot Gaming team, then he was spotted by VG and invited to Vici Gaming Potential. In 2021, he joined the current Invictus Gaming Dota 2 roster.

Chan Chon Kien “Oli” is a professional eSports player from Malaysia. Role: Main-Support. During his career as a player, he earned $149,398. In his statistics, 55.94% wins, less than 5% draws, and 39.55% losses. The player previously played for Geek Fam and joined IG Dota 2 in 2018. “Oli” has better statistics compared to other players from esports Dota 2 teams.

Awards and achievements

Team Invictus beat VG in the playoffs at the Intel World Open Beijing 2-1. The team’s prize pool is $7,796,727. The stats are 56% wins, 8% draws, and 36% losses.