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Jintae
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Background Information
NameJustin Dinh
Country of BirthUnited States
Birthday10/24/1992
Competitive
RoleMid
Peak LeagueChallenger I
Social Media
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd DateRole
Choppa In Da Carlogo std.png Choppa2/20125/2012
Monomaniac Dominatuslogo std.png mMe Dom5/20126/2012
40px mMe Ult7/20129/2012
Logo std2.png TNS9/20121/2013
Team TowerDiveTVlogo std.png TDTV1/20132/2013
Good Game Universitylogo std.png GGU2/20136/2013
Team Coastlogo std.png CST6/20138/2013
40px Denial.East8/20139/2013
Infinite Oddslogo std.png IO0/20130/2013
Team Coastlogo std.png CST11/201311/2014
Cloud9 Tempestlogo std.png C9T6/20150/2015


Justin "Jintae" Dinh was previously a substitute mid laner for Cloud9 Tempest.

Biography

Jintae is a high-elo player who was previously the Mid Laner for Monomaniac Ultimus. Jintae then joined Good Game University with them qualifying for the LCS. He played in place of Shiphtur who was unable to get a work permit. Jintae also replaced Fat, who played with GGU for the first two weeks as top lane, while ZionSpartan went mid. After Shiphtur was able to return to play for the team, Jintae moved to a sub position with the team (now Team Coast). He was picked up to play starting mid for Denial eSports.East next for a brief stint before switching to the new roster of Infinite Odds, playing with them in the North American Challenger League.

On October 14, 2014 it was announced that Dinh would be playing Heroes of the Storm for Cloud9 at BlizzCon.[1]

2015 Season

Jintae substituted for Cloud9 Tempest in the NACS Summer Qualifier when Yusui was under investigation for purchasing multiple smurf accounts, a violation of Riot's terms of service.

Trivia

Achievements

2013
Date Event Result
2013-12-15 North American Challenger League Silver.png col 1 : 3 Team Coastlogo std.png Team Coast
2013-09-08 ggLA Challenger Arena #4 Bronze.png Denial eSports.East 0 : 2 File:Denial eSports.Westlogo std.png Denial eSports.West

Interviews

2013

References