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LOL - LPL Spring Playoffs 04/20 09:00 69 Top Esports v Victory Five 3-1
LOL - LPL Spring Playoffs 04/16 09:00 10 Victory Five v JD Gaming 3-1
LOL - LPL Spring Playoffs 04/12 08:45 10 Victory Five v Top Esports 2-3
LOL - LPL Spring Playoffs 04/08 09:00 10 Victory Five v Top Esports PPT.
LOL - LPL Spring 03/23 09:00 8 Victory Five v Anyone's Legend 2-0
LOL - LPL Spring 03/19 10:45 9 FunPlus Phoenix v Victory Five 0-2
LOL - LPL Spring 03/14 09:00 9 Victory Five v TT Gaming 2-0
LOL - LPL Spring 03/12 07:00 8 Victory Five v Anyone's Legend PPT.
LOL - LPL Spring 03/08 10:50 8 Victory Five v Bilibili Gaming 2-1
LOL - LPL Spring 03/06 07:00 7 Victory Five v Ultra Prime 2-0
LOL - LPL Spring 03/04 07:00 7 Victory Five v JD Gaming 0-2
LOL - LPL Spring 02/27 12:45 6 LNG Esports v Victory Five 0-2

Wikipedia - Victory Five

Victory Five is a Chinese professional esports organisation based in Shenzhen. It is owned by Mario Ho, head of Macau's esports association and son of the late Stanley Ho. The organisation currently has teams competing in League of Legends and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.

History

History

Victory Five entered the professional League of Legends scene on 30 November 2018, when their application to the Pro League (LPL), China's top-level league for the game, was accepted. Along with SinoDragon Gaming, Victory Five joined the league as part of its expansion from 14 to 16 teams. Victory Five's inaugural roster consisted of top laner Lim "Jinoo" Jin-woo, junglers Tu "Ben4" Xincheng and Hu "Pepper" Zhiwei, mid laner Lei "Corn" Wen, bot laner Wang "y4" Nongmo, and supports Le "Ley" Yi and Yun "Road" Han-gil, with Tsai "DOG8" Hsueh-yu as head coach. The team finished 13th in the 2019 LPL Spring Split with a 4–11 record.

Victory Five replaced almost their entire roster for the 2019 LPL Summer Split, except for Ben4 and y4. Jinoo was traded to Edward Gaming in exchange for mid laner Li "Mole" Haoyan on 23 May 2019. Two days later on 25 May 2019, it was announced that top laner Huang "Aliez" Hao, mid laner Tao "Windy" Xiang, and support Li "Max" Xiaoqiang would be promoted from Victory Five's academy roster, V5 87. Despite the late addition of Hou "Otto" Guoyu, Victory Five finished 12th in the regular season with a 5–10 record.

In the 2020 LPL Spring Split the team set a league record for most consecutive losses, failing to win a single series and winning only one game against the second-last team, LNG Esports. The team's performance was hindered throughout the season by the COVID-19 pandemic in China, as several of their players lived within quarantine zones and were forbidden from leaving.

Victory Five revamped their roster prior to the 2020 LPL Summer Split; top laner Yu "Biubiu" Leixin, jungler Wei "Weiwei" Bohan, and bot laner Lee "Samd" Jae-hoon were acquired from Suning, while prospective rookie Guo "ppgod" Peng joined from FunPlus Blaze as the team's new support.