Eric Dong 
United States
Shut down by Evil Geniuses
June 24, 2018
Ryoya finished a rough Spectre game vs Evil Geniuses in The International 8 North American qualifiers with a 3/8/10 KDA.
Ryoya was heavily pressured from the moment that the game started. He did a decent job farming under pressure but just couldn't handle the aggression of EG in fights. He finished a Radiance and Blademail by 33 minutes, but by then the game was far out of reach for Immortals.
Poor series from Immortals' middle lane
April 26, 2018
Ryoya had an unimpressive showing in a 0-2 loss to VGJ.Storm in the China Dota 2 Supermajor qualifiers. He finished with an overall KDA of 6/10/0.
In Game 1 Ryoya played Windranger. He managed to score a few kills on supports, but in the grand scheme of things his hero was extremely useless in this game. Ryoya's disables and burst were easily dealt with by the VGJ.Storm lineup. He finished with a 3/2/0 KDA. Ryoya played Outworld Devourer in Game 2. Despite being on a much better hero this time around, he didn't have very much success. He was an even easier kill for VGJ.S this game, finishing with a 3/8/0 KDA.
Joins Immortals
January 29, 2018
Immortals announced via its website that Ryoya and Velo would be joining Immortals.
After being such a good mid laner for VGJ.Storm over the past several months, it's not hard to see why he left for presumably greener pastures with a more established brand like Immortals. Ryoya should fit in well with the hyper-aggressive play style of the Immortals remaining roster.
Leaves VGJ.Storm
January 25, 2018
VGJ announced on Wednesday evening via Twitter that Eric "747" Dong had made the decision to leave the team.
747/Ryoya's departure comes as a bit of a surprise considering that Brian "BSJ" Canavan and Jaron "monkeys-forever" Clinton just recently became part of the team. No reason was given by Dong or VGJ for his sudden departure, but it appears Ylli "garter" Ramadani will be acting as the team's temporary stand-in.
Heavily targeted in a rough loss to Evil Geniuses
September 24, 2017
Ryoya finished with a 5/21/10 overall KDA in VGJ.Storm's 0-3 loss to Evil Geniuses in the grand finals of the ESL Hamburg Major NA qualifier.
In Game 1 Ryoya played Dragon Knight. This was an unimpressive game for Ryoya. He didn't do much in fights and wasn't durable enough to be a reliable front-line for his team. He finished with a 0/5/5 KDA. In Game 2 Ryoya played Mirana. He had a similarly poor showing in Game 2. He was the focus of a lot of attention from the EG supports and suffered a lot in lane because of it. He finished with a 2/7/2 KDA. In Game 3 Ryoya played Necrophos. Perhaps still feeling the sting of Game 2, Ryoya had another weak showing in the third game. He was constantly getting close to securing kills, but EG's lead made it too much to ask. He finished with a 3/9/3 KDA.
Cut from compLexity
April 23, 2017
compLexity announced via their website that they would be making changes to their roster by dropping two players prior to the TI7 roster locks.
After a string of poor results with their "trial mid-laner," compLexity has decided to part ways with 747 and monkeys-forever as they gear up for The International 2017. Both players are likely to find homes amid the ever changing rosters of North American Dota.
Can't cut it as Invoker in 1-0 loss
March 12, 2017
747 finished compLexity's 1-0 loss to Team NP during the round robin phase of the North American Regional Qualifiers for the Kiev Major with a final KDA of 7/6/4.
747 played Invoker in the middle lane. While he made good farm, he obtained very few items. Focused purely on fighting rather than farming or pushing, 747 committed himself to compLexity's strategy and it brought about his demise.
Valiant effort in 0-1 loss
November 12, 2016
747 finished FDL's 0-1 loss to Ad Finem in the BEAT Invitational with a KDA of 6/6/4.
747 played Legion Commander in the middle lane against ThuG's Timbersaw. He farmed well, rushing out to a 12-minute Blink Dagger. Despite being able to begin ganks early, Ad Finem was ready with Riki's Smoke Screen and Batrider's Flaming Lasso to counter. This severely stymied 747's progress, holding him to only 58 Duel damage gained throughout the entire match.
747: Underwhelming in Void Boys loss in The International 6 qualifier
June 25, 2016
747 fell flat as a substitute with a 0/4/0 KDA in Void Boys loss to Evil Geniuses in The International 6 American qualifier.
747 played Viper in the Radiant middle lane. He got off to a rough start, getting killed by SumaiL's Phantom Lancer for first blood. He continued to struggle in lane, getting constantly harassed by Spirit Lance and giving up another death to Evil Geniuses rotations. 747 never got any real chance to come back into the game. His team was completely dominated throughout the game, and failed to secure a single kill. 747 finished with a 0/4/0 KDA. Void Boys lost the game in just over 15 minutes.
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