|Country of Birth||China|
|Team||Counter Logic Gaming|
|Peak League||Challenger I|
|Team||Start Date||End Date||Role|
Vincent "Biofrost" Wang is the Support player for Counter Logic Gaming.
Biofrost's early career took place in the NA Challenger Series. The most prominent teams he was part of were Final Five, Vortex and Dream Team. His big break came when he was signed by Team SoloMid as a promising young rookie. Under Doublelift's tutelage, Biofrost quickly became one of the best supports in NA. He would go on to win three championships in a row with TSM. Despite the domestic success however, TSM failed to get out of Group Stages both in 2016 and 2017. This lead to Biofrost leaving the team and joining rivals Counter Logic Gaming. Although Biofrost continues to be a great player, CLG's 2018 was unsuccessful as they failed to reach playoffs in both Spring and Summer.
Biofrost got his competitive start with Team Frostbite in the NACS Spring 2015 Qualifier. Pitted against tournament favorites Team Dragon Knights in the first round, they were immediately eliminated. His next team was Elomingle, with whom he played in the AlphaDraft Challenger League. They made the playoffs and won the quarterfinals via forfeit but dropped out of the tournament prior to the semifinals.
In official Riot competition, Biofrost was a substitute for Final Five and later joined Vortex for the NACS Summer Season. Later on in 2015, Biofrost joined Also Known As, and they played in the HTC Ascension tournament, finishing tied for third place with Serpentis eSports.
Biofrost played for AKA in the NACS Spring Open Qualifier, and the team made it to the third-place match but were eliminated by Astral Authority, barely missing the main qualifier. For the third week of the NACS Spring Season, Biofrost joined Dream Team, replacing Hakuho, who had joined Renegades the week before. Dream Team finished the season in fifth place, losing an automatic tiebreaker with Team Liquid Academy due to head-to-head record. They missed out on the playoffs but received higher seeding for the summer qualifier due to finishing ahead of Enemy.
In May 2016, Biofrost was invited by Team SoloMid to attend their Korean bootcamp and try out for their support position for the summer split. His tryout was ultimately successful, and on May 18th he joined the team officially.
- Was born in China but moved to Canada when he was three years old.
- October 1st - TSM赛后群访，Hauntzer、Biofrost：我们会利用这几天的休赛期好好准备 (CN) with PentaQ
- January 30th - Biofrost on TSM shot calling: ‘Once the void is filled we’ll be really strong, it’s gonna take a couple weeks’ with YAHOO! Esports
- February 24th - WildTurtle and Biofrost on TSM's shotcalling post-Doublelift and their biggest surprise of the season with TheScore Esports
- April 22nd - Biofrost on competing in Vancouver: ‘I just hope that I can make my hometown proud’ with YAHOO! Esports
- June 13th - TSM Biofrost on his hopes from the player's association: lower ping, job security, and retirement plans with YAHOO! Esports
- June 20th - Biofrost: 'If we can take a couple losses but learn a lot, that’s gonna be more valuable long run' with State of the League
- October 7th - Biofrost: “The worst that could happen again is that we don’t make it.” with ClickOn
Articles & Videos
- August 16th - 2016 NALCS Rookie of the Summer Split - Biofrost by LoL Esports
- October 5th - Doublelift and Biofrost discuss improving TSM's pick-ban phase and who to beat at Worlds by Daniel Rosen (thescoreesports.com)
- November 17th - Biofrost Faces His True Test as TSM Finds New ADC by Cass Marshall (redbull.com)
- April 23rd - The full press interview with the champions of NA LCS, Team SoloMid byJaeic "Koth" Lee (invenglobal.com)
- May 10th - 2017 MSI Group Stage Opening Tease by LoL Esports