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Background Information
NameKenneth Tang
Country of BirthUnited States
BirthdayNov 15/1994
RoleAssistant Coach
Social Media
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd DateRole
Team Tempestlogo std.png Tempest--
Dirt Nap Gaminglogo std.png DnGJun 2013Jul 2013
40px VEXJul 2013Oct 2013
VVv Gaminglogo std.png vVvOct 2013Nov 2013
Logo std2.png Super Team NAFeb 2014Feb 2014
Evil Geniuseslogo std.png EGMar 2014Mar 2014
Logo std2.png Team ConfusionOct 2014Nov 2014
Winterfoxlogo std.png WFXJan 2015Oct 2015
Monster Kittenslogo std.png MKZJan 2015Feb 2015
Top Dog Gaminglogo std.png TDGDec 2015Feb 2016
Team Impulselogo std.png TiPJan 2016May 2016
Nova eSportslogo std.png NovaJun 2016Jul 2016
Logo std2.png Team 8.1Apr 2017Apr 2017
Team Liquidlogo std.png TLAApr 2017Apr 2017
100 Thieves Academylogo std.png 100AJun 2018Sep 2018
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"ExecutionerKen" (Real Name: Kenneth Tang) is the former Assistant Coach for 100 Thieves Academy.


Kenneth "ExecutionerKen" Tang is from the United States. He moved to Hong Kong and lived there for over ten years but currently resides in the United States once again, in San Jose, California, where he is a student at San Jose State University.

Season 3

ExecutionerKen played with both Team Tempest and Dirt Nap Gaming in Season 3, DNG from June to November 2013.

2014 Season

ExecutionerKen subbed for Evil Geniuses in weeks 9 and 10 of the 2014 Spring LCS season while Krepo was renewing his visa. He later subbed for Curse Academy at the Lone Star Clash 3, where the fielded roster included himsself, xPecake, ZzLegendary, Pat, and Rhux. They placed fourth, losing to Cloud9 Tempest and then Team 8 in the bracket.

2015 Season

ExecutionerKen joined Winterfox as a substitute support player when the team's roster for the 2015 season was initially released. He also joined Monster Kittens, which became Infinity Esports. With the team, ExecutionerKen competed in the NACS 2015 Spring Qualifier, though they were knocked out by Team Liquid Academy in the first round. After the tournament, Infinity Esports disbanded. In May, he became a starter for Winterfox to play in the NACS Summer Season.[1] The team finished in last place with a 1-9 record, and Ken was replaced by Lohpally as starting support partway through.

2016 Season

Ken substituted for Team Impulse for the first two weeks of the Spring Season.


  • Name comes from an FPS game called Enemy Territory, which had a skill called Executioner.
  • Enjoys running.
  • Favorite games are Starcraft 2 and Medieval 2: Total War.


Date Event Result
2015-01-10 ESL Pro Series America Season XI SF.png MK 0 : 3 Team Fusionlogo std.png Team Fusion




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