Wong Jeng Yih (NutZ)

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Wong Jeng Yih
Wong Jeng Yih NutZ.png
Born31 August 1989
StatusActive
Other namesNutZ
Known forProfessional eSports competitor (Dota, Dota 2)

Born on 31 August 1989, Wong “NutZ” Jeng Yih is a professional Dota 2 and former Dota player.[1] He is recognised for his role in the game as support. In addition to being an eSports competitor, NutZ was a coach to his former team, MVP Phoenix in 2016 and had organized a rookie local tournament — NutZ DotA 2 Amateur Cup in 2015.[2][3] NutZ is one of the Dota 2 players representing Singapore in the 2019 SEA Games.[4]

Background

NutZ pictured at The International in 2015. Photo from Reddit.

As of 2019, Wong “NutZ” Jeng Yih has amassed an estimated total of over US$220,000 throughout his eSports career.[5] NutZ has played an estimated total of over 360 competitive games.[6] Playing the role of support, NutZ’s past signature heroes are ‘Witch Doctor’, ‘Crystal Maiden’ and ‘Warlock’.[7][8][9]

Dota

Wong “NutZ” Jeng Yih’s nascence into eSports began when he started playing the Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (Moba) custom map in Warcraft III — Dota (Defense of the Ancients).[10] At the time, he frequented cybercafes with a group of friends where he raked up an excessive amount of game time to the point where he had slept in the cafe.[11]


Through gaming sessions at his neighbourhood Lan shop, NutZ had met a fellow Singaporean player Toh “xy-” Wai Hong. The pair bonded after realizing that they were neighbours.[12] In 2010, the duo won first place at the Alienware Arena South East Asia League under the team AEON.GIGABYTE where NutZ (at the time ‘Warnutz’) was team captain.[13][14]

Dota 2

Following Dota 2’s launch, NutZ continued to hone his craft at the game.[15][16][17] In March 2012, he placed 3rd in the Razer Dota 2 Tournament under the team AEONSports.[18][19] NutZ’s dedication to the game was rewarded when he was accepted into the Korean team, MVP Phoenix. In 2015, the team finished in a respectable 7th - 8th place at The International (TI), a major Dota 2 tournament.[20]

Career highlights

SEA Games 2019

Team X after winning the Singapore Esports Association (SGEA) national qualifiers. Photo credit to Kevin Lim (ST PHOTO).

Comprising of Joel “chibix33” Chan, Lukman “Luk” Yusoff Bin Nooraznan, Teo “Tudi” Yao Wen, and Wilson “Poloson” Koh and led by Wong “NutZ” Jeng Yih, Team X is one of the qualifying eSports teams nominated to represent in the 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.[21]


Held in the Philippines, the 2019 SEA games is the first multi-sports event to include 5 eSports medal events — Dota 2, StarCraft II, Tekken 7, Arena of Valour and Mobile Legends: Bang Bang.[22] In May 2019, at the last leg of the Singapore Esports Association (SGEA) national qualifiers, Team X had beaten Team Salty 2-0 in the semi-finals and subsequently Waacow Warriors 2-0 in the finals.[23]

NutZ DotA 2 Amateur Cup (2015)

Team Wiipo, winners of the NutZ Dota 2 Amateur Cup. Photo from NutZ's official website.

In late 2015, NutZ had pulled together a sum of S$1,200 prize money to organize an amateur Dota 2 tournament for local players called The NutZ DotA 2 Amateur Cup.[24] The league was meant to generate greater exposure for the Dota 2 scene in Singapore and to provide a platform for new and upcoming players to have a ‘taste-feel’ of competitive gaming. To regulate the tournament, veteran and pro local players and teams were banned from entering the competition.[25]


The tournament was held at a LAN cafe (OASIS Netcafe) on Selegie Road on 13 December 2015. The league was a one-day event and consisted of 16 teams split into 4 groups. In addition to the main tournament, a side event — Overthrow (custom game) had been organized as well.[26]

EndGods (2015)

NutZ received an S$10,000 cash prize for his win at the League of Gods Finals in 2015. Photo from Vulcan Post.

In addition to Dota 2, Wong “NutZ” Jeng Yih has ventured into the Online Real Time Action Strategy (ORTAS) mobile game, EndGods. NutZ was crowned champion in the solo category at the first EndGods - League of Gods Finals in 2015 where he took away a cash prize of $10,000 (SGD).[27][28]

Competitive achievements & earnings

Team Reality Rift (2019 - Present)

Date Tournament Placing Prize Pool (USD) Refs.
25 October 2019 ESL Clash of Nations Bangkok 2019 5th - 6th $3,000 [29]
29 September 2019 ESL MY&SG Championship Season 2 1st $3,500 [30][31]

Team X (2018 - Present)

Date Tournament Placing Prize Pool (USD) Refs.
15 June 2019 ESL MY&SG Championship Season 1 3rd - 4th $1,500 [32][33]
5 January 2019 Asia Pacific Predator League 2019 - Singapore Qualifier 2nd $1,471.18 [34][35]
9 September 2018 World Electronic Sports Games, South East Asia, Singapore Qualifier 2nd $425 (Estimated) [36]

Team Faceless (2016 - 2017)

NutZ was a part of Team Faceless between 2016 and 2017. Photo from Gosu Gamers.
Date Tournament Placing Prize Pool (USD) Refs.
27 May 2017 The Manila Masters 4th $20,000 [37][38]
May 2017 StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 2 8th $2,500 [39][40]
29 April 2017 The Kiev Major 2017 5th - 8th $125,000 [41][42]
9 April 2017 Infinity Sky League 2nd $5,000 [43]
2 April 2017 Dota 2 Asia Championships 2017 7th - 8th $18,534 [44][45][46]
5 March 2017 Mr. Cat Invitational Season 2 1st $15,000 [47][48][49]
22 January 2017 Dota Pit League Season 5 3rd $25,174 [50][51][52][53]
18 December 2016 ASUS ROG SEA Cup 2nd $3,000 [54][55][56]
8 December 2016 Boston Major 2016 9th - 16th $62,500 [57][58][59][60]
18 November 2016 The Summit 6 7th - 8th $2,500 [61][62][63][64]
8 November 2016 ProDotA Cup Southeast Asia #3 1st $3,500 [65][66]

Team 4Hate (2015)

Date Tournament Placing Prize Pool (USD) Refs.
7 October 2015 World Cyber Arena 2015 Asia Pro Qualifiers 5th - 8th $3,150.16 [67][68]

Team MVP Phoenix (2014 - 2015)

Wong “Nutz” Jeng Yih coached his former team, MVP Phoenix in 2016. He had led the team to finish 5th - 6th place at The International 2016.[69][70][71]

Date Tournament Placing Prize Pool (USD) Refs.
6 August 2015 The International 2015: Dota 2 Championships 7th - 8th $829,332.59 [72][73][74][75]
13 April 2015 joinDOTA MLG Pro League Season 1 4th $8,646 [76][77][78]

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