Xu Linsen 
LGD Gaming
Rough time in a close loss to Virtus.pro
June 10, 2018
fy finished with a 19/24/33 overall KDA in a 2-1 loss to Virtus.pro at the China Supermajor.
fy played an excellent Clockwerk in Game 1. He did a great job moving around the map early on, making sure that PSG.LGD ended up winning two lanes. fy transitioned well into the mid-game as well, helping to close out a quick win. He finished with an 8/4/13 KDA. In Game 2 fy played Elder Titan. This was a much more difficult affair because VP were extremely intent on bringing him down at the start of fights. He finished with a 4/12/26 KDA. In Game 3 fy played support Windranger. He made some flashy plays despite being far behind almost all game, but it wasn't enough to turn the tides. He finished with a 7/8/4 KDA, getting the most kills on his team.
Just another day in the office for the Prince of Chinese Dota
June 3, 2018
Fy was his usual flashy self for LGD in their against Infamous at the China Supermajor. The popular support finished with a KDA of 16/9/38.
Fy kicked off the series with the roaming Clockwerk. His rotations from the get-go created a lot of problems for Infamous. Fy even managed to find a 10-minute Urn of Shadows that allowed him to control the tempo of the game. He was simply always in the right place at the right time for LGD as he was involved in 28 of his team's 44 kills. In Game 2, Fy switched it up with Elder Titan. He secured Ame's laning stage easily with his good usage of the Ancestral Spirit. He even found an impressive 11 kills this time around.
Toys with Evil Geniuses in sweep
April 3, 2018
Fy was the crowd-control king for LGD at the Dota Asia Championships 2018. The flashy support finished with a KDA of 8/10/31.
Fy kicked off the series with Nyx Assassin. His Impales really helped save Ame's Terrorblade in the laning stage against Evil Geniuses offensive trilane. Once he got his Vendetta, he was causing problems alongside Chalice's Clockwerk which EG could not keep up with. In Game 2, Fy was one of LGD's key disables with Shadow Shaman. He was always on-point with his Hexs and Shackles especially on Arteezy which turned the tides for LGD.
Underwhelming performance in important match
March 31, 2018
Fy was far from his usual self in LGD's demolition at the hands of Optic in the Dota Asia Championships 2018. The popular support finished with a KDA of 0/6/9.
Fy played Vengeful Spirit in their match against the Green Wall. Fy didn't really have any real impact in the game for LGD. His laning stage helped secure some farm for Ame's Anti Mage. But after the laning stage, fy wasn't really doing anything except getting killed.
Not playing well enough to take down Secret
February 21, 2018
fy struggled to find his footing against Secret in a 0-2 loss at ESL One Katowice. He finished with an overall KDA of 3/13/16.
fy played Naga Siren in Game 1, but failed to deliver the setup his team needed from the hero. Secret did an excellent job focusing on shutting down his attempts to use Song of the Siren, either evading the song or forcing fy to use it in a bad position. fy finished with a 0/4/6 KDA. In Game 2 fy played Bounty Hunter. He got LGD off to a nice start, providing valuable vision as well as some nice Track kills. This LGD lead was fragile though, and as soon as Secret started surviving fights fy's effectiveness dropped off dramatically. He finished with a 3/9/10 KDA.
Sings his way to victory
February 20, 2018
fy played a solid Naga Siren in a win over Evil Geniuses at ESL One Katowice. He finished with a 2/2/16 KDA.
fy's positioning in this game was excellent, letting him set up for easy fights and combo plays with his teammates. He also contributed a lot of critical vision to his team, letting LGD push and fight with much more confidence than their opponents.
Good Game 1 but terrible Game 2 for LGD support
February 1, 2018
Fy was not his usual flashy self as LGD lost to Liquid in Starladder. The high-profile support finished with a KDA of 3/13/32.
Fy played the meta-popular Naga Siren in the opening game of the series. His early game helped his team get some kills. He eventually bought a Meteor Hammer to easily follow up his Ensnares and Song of the Sirens. Fy's 23 assists. In Game 2, Fy's Sand King did not get as much success. His 19-minute Blink Dagger was way too late for his team, and he never really got to set the pace that his team needed.
Still looking uncomfortable in the off lane
December 14, 2017
fy had a rough series, finishing with an overall KDA of 8/17/15 in three losses vs Optic at The Summit 8.
In Game 1 fy played Tidehunter to no great effect. LGD quickly fell behind, and fy was never able to get a good Ravage in fights. He was often forced to use his ultimate spell defensively, and even when he was able to set up a nice fight LGD just lacked the damage to follow up. He finished with a 2/3/7 KDA. In Game 2 fy didn't have much more success, despite changing heroes to Nyx Assassin. He had a rough time setting up kills, and just found himself struggling to have enough impact as the game went on. There were just too many targets that needed to be stunned for fy to keep up. He finished with a 3/9/2 KDA. In Game 3 fy played Batrider. This was definitely his best game of the series, but he didn't bring enough to the table in the end. His initiation was OK, but LGD just didn't have the damage follow through to bring the lassoed target down. He finished with a 3/5/6 KDA.
Shows off his versatility
October 22, 2017
fy had some great plays for LGD as they sweep Evil Geniuses in the PGL Minor. The charismatic player finished with a KDA of 12/8/31.
In Game 1, fy went with his favorite Enchantress in the offlane. He contested the lane very well thanks to his Untouchable and impeccable micro. He got a nine-minute Drums of Endurance and he controlled the game for LGD. fy rained heavy damage on EG for majority of the game on his way to nine kills. In Game 2, fy's Batrider wasn't as dominating. He was boxed-out early and struggled to get any good farm. But he still got a 10-minute Blink Dagger. His Flaming Lassos and scouting allowed LGD to take control of the tight game.
Still getting used to life in the offlane
October 22, 2017
fy finished with an overall KDA of 2/12/8 in LGD Gaming's 0-2 loss to Mineski in the grand finals of the PGL Bucharest Minor.
In Game 1 fy played Enchantress. He had a nice time in lane but seriously struggled to survive against Mineski's physical burst damage as the game went on. His Untouchable slow wasn't very useful against Monkey King and Phantom Assassin, who can both deliver massive amounts of damage in an instant. He finished with a 0/7/3 KDA. In Game 2 fy played Underlord. He played pretty well, making the best of constant lane swaps in the early game. This hero came as a desperate last-pick response to Mineski's Broodmother, and fy did what he could but it wasn't enough. fy alone didn't give LGD the wave clear to deal with Broodmother. fy finished with a 2/5/5 KDA.
Bringing his talents to LGD
September 4, 2017
In an announcement on weibo, LGD confirmed that fy would be joining the team for the upcoming competitive season.
fy is a legend in the Chinese scene, alongside the likes of BurNIng and LanM. He has been competing in Dota 2 since his 2012 with Vici Gaming but hasn't been able to find the same success lately. fy will be taking the role of offlane in the LGD roster. This will be his first time playing a position other than support in competitive Dota.
Quiet performance from VGJ sparkplug
May 20, 2017
Fy was outplayed by Invictus Gaming as Vici Gaming J bow out of the Starladder. The charismatic support player finished with a KDA of 5/8/22.
The normally flashy player did not have any eye-catching moments in his team's defeat against IG. Fy kicked off the series with Sand King. He provided some early harassment but his mid player still suffered greatly. His 15-minute Blink Dagger was an okay timing, but his team could not recover from their huge deficit. In Game 2, Fy was again on Sand King. His impact was barely felt and he really couldn't turn it around for his team.
VGJ gets swept 2-0 by Alliance
May 19, 2017
fy played very well despite his team losing to Alliance 2-0 in the group stages of the Starladder Invitational #2. He finished the series with a final KDA of 8/10/22.
Playing as Crystal Maiden in Game 1, fy helped his team take control of the mid game with excellent positioning and timing with his Freezing Field. However, once the BKB's came out from Alliance, his effectiveness started to fall off as he would continuously get disrupted. In Game 2 fy went as the Ogre Magi, and actually led his team in damage output by the end with 15,441. Unfortunately his carries were never able to control the teamfights, and VGJ lost in 35 minutes.
VGJ eliminated after a tense three-game series
April 29, 2017
fy dominated the first game, but was absent afterwards in VGJ's 1-2 loss to Virtus.pro in the quarterfinals of the Kiev Major. He finished with a 15/20/32 overall KDA.
fy played Monkey King in Game 1. He absolutely dominated the entire game. In the early game, his constant roaming was enough to keep Virtus.pro on their toes. As the game went later, fy's Wukong's Command locked down teamfights for VGJ. fy finished with a 9/3/17 KDA. In Game 2 fy played Vengeful Spirit. He never really managed to accomplish anything. Soon after the lanes broke down, VGJ found themselves behind and fy suffered greatly from this. He ended the game with a 1/5/4 KDA. fy played support Pugna. There were moments when he looked very strong, especially in the early game. Unfortunately for VGJ, Pugna's weaknesses really shone through this game. fy was extremely fragile in fights, and lead his team in deaths. He finished with a 5/12/11 KDA.
Secures fifth place in Group A with a single game win over OG
March 28, 2017
fy had a difficult time in in VG.J's 1-1 series against OG in the Dota 2 Asia Championships. He finished with an overall KDA of 10/18/44.
In Game 1 fy played Tusk. He did a nice job in the early game securing kills on s4's Batrider, and continued to be a thorn in the side of OG throughout the game. He gave VG.J the ability to constantly turn fights, and play very well around enemy Black King Bars. fy finished the game with an 8/6/30 KDA. In Game 2 fy played Sand King. This was a difficult game for support Sand King, a hero who does not like to play from behind. fy did manage to finish up a Blink Dagger, but it came far too late to have the impact that VG.J needed to lock in another win. fy finished with a 2/12/14 KDA.
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