"Tabe" (Real Name: Pak Kan "Martin" Wong (王柏勤)) is a League of Legends player, formerly the Head Coach for KaBuM! e-Sports. Also known as "mikakotabe".
Tabe ran away from home for competitive gaming in 2010. He initially played as the AD carry for the Chinese team Invictus Gaming.In April 2012, he announced his departure from iG, but with his contract still not terminated, he was unable to join any other teams. During this period he became the first Chinese mainland player to stream on Twitch TV. In July, he joined Noah's Ark and changed his position to support. The five NA players later transferred to OMG. Later in 2012, he shifted organizations once again to join Royal Club. In March 2013, he decided to retire from competitive gaming. After two months, Tabe returned to Royal Club as support due to the demand of his friend Wh1t3zZ and the CEO of Royal Club, Tian Ci. On October 13, 2013, Tabe retired from competitive gaming once more after the WCG 2013 China Qualifier.
- with Royal Club
- March 13th, announces his retirement from competitive gaming.
- May 28th, comes out of retirement and joins Royal Club Huang Zu, replaces Atu.
- October 13th, leaves the team and announces his (2nd) retirement.
- April 13th, rejoins Invictus Gaming as Support.
- December~, leaves the team.
- Original summoner's name was MikakoTabe
- Fluently speaks English.
- His favourite player is Doublelift.
- Simultaneously achieved top ten solo queue rankings on the North American and Chinese servers.
- Known for Vayne and Ashe play in his early career.
- Stepped down from AD as he knew that his AD skill was bad and tactics being very important, he moved to support and lead his team.
- Known for playing unconventional supports, such as Annie and Cassiopeia.
- Popularized support Annie play style all over the world.
- He loves singing, as well as his friends in the team do; Lucky and Uzi.
- He was offered admission to The University of Hong Kong, but denied it for competitive gaming.
- He was supported by Wh1t3zZ and ChrIs after running away from his home.
- He considered the Chinese eSports scene to be terrible, as a result he retired from it.
- He is currently making gaming commentary videos now, and earning ten times more money than his active time in competitive gaming.
- Owns 3 shops selling Gaming Gear, Men's Clothing, and Snacks.
- Briefly banned by the Association of China E-sports for 3 reasons: 
- 1. Defaming League, Tournaments or Esports (referring to interview at S3 Finals);
- 2. Leave Royal Club before end of contract and 2014 LPL Summer Playoffs, directly resulting in Royal Club's forfeit for unable to field a complete roster.
- 3. According to CC Club rosters: Poaching club players in public in violation of ACE transfer rules.
- Unbanned after a few months, became coach of Stand Point Gaming and currently a caster for LPL.
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