LVG add 4king on trial

by Juandi

LVG have handed a trial to former EHOME rifler XueBing “4king” Dai since January 13, CSGO2ASIA.com has learned.

The former EHOME player has already taken part in several matches for LVG, playing in Huya DarkHorse League Season 7, where they currently hold a 2-3-0 record. This move will leave LVG with a seven-man lineup following their decision in December of last year to reacquire their former player ZhouXing “XinKoiNg” Cai to extend the team to a six-man roster. The addition of 4king also marks the first Chinese team to field a seven-man roster in the region.

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In Lynn Vision Gaming (LVG), 4king will reunite with his former teammate in TeamZero.TSG, Heng “EXPRO” Yang, after being separated from each other for more than four months. Both players were removed from the TeamZero.TSG’s active roster following the acquisition of EXPRO by LVG and 4king who was moved to the bench position and later signed by After Gaming in September of last year.

4king who has renamed himself from B1NGO had been seen previously playing in several local Chinese teams, with After Gaming as the latest one where he ended a four-month tenure with the team on January 13. At After Gaming, the 21-year-old Chinese player assisted the team to reach fifth place in the Asian Legend Challenge League tournament, and ninth place at the PAL Fall 2020. Nevertheless, his most outstanding results were shown under the EHOME banner where they had qualified for EPICENTER 2019 Main Event, despite finishing last place.

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LVG are also the winners of Huya DarkHorse League Season 5 & 6, which has positioned them in the sixth spot on the CSGO2ASIA team rankings. They are currently participating at the Huya DarkHorse League Season 7, and is scheduled to play in the eXTREMESLAND CS:GO Festival 2020 East Asia Playoffs with their newest addition, starting on January 22.

LVG now have the following seven-man lineup:

  • 🇨🇳 JiaNan “Stanj” Zhu (coach)

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