YellOwStaR

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YellOwStaR
LDLC YellOwStaR 2017 Summer.jpg
Background Information
NameBora Kim
Country of BirthFrance
BirthdayFebruary 15, 1992 (1992-02-15) (age 27)
Competitive
TeamTeam-LDLC
RoleCoach
Previous RoleADC, Support
Peak LeagueChallenger I
Social Media
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd DateRole
AAalogo std.png aAa9/20106/2011
ADLanePick.png
M Spiritlogo std.png M6/201110/2011
TopLanePick.png
Logo std2.png Nice Work Dude11/201111/2011
ADLanePick.png
AAalogo std.png aAa11/20115/2012
ADLanePick.png
M Spiritlogo std.png M6/20127/2012
ADLanePick.png
SKlogo std.png SK7/201212/2012
ADLanePick.png
Fnaticlogo std.png FNC1/20137/2013
ADLanePick.png
Fnaticlogo std.png FNC7/201312/2015
SupportLanePick.png
TSMlogo std.png TSM12/20155/2016
SupportLanePick.png
Fnaticlogo std.png FNC5/201610/2016
SupportLanePick.png
PSGlogo std.png PSG10/201610/2017
Manager
PSGlogo std.png PSG6/201710/2017
SupportLanePick.png
S
LDLClogo std.png LDLC10/2017Present
Coachlogo std.png
"YellOwStaR" (Real Name: Bora Kim) is a French League of Legends player, current Coach for Team-LDLC.

Biography

YellOwStaR's first gaming experience came at a very early age; he was two years old when he played on the Megadrive. At 8 years of age, he transitioned into PC gaming and, upon playing StarCraft for the first time, stuck to the RTS genre.[1] In 2002, he switched to WarCraft 3 due to his brother's insistence. It took him 3 years to step into WC3's competitive scene and make a name for himself under the monikers Unlucky, Power and Psyko. He started off as an Undead player but changed to Night Elf mid-way through his WC3 career.[2] In 2009, he was introduced to League of Legends by his brother and has stuck to it ever since.[3]

Career History

  • 2010
  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017

Trivia

  • Career Achievements
  • Playstyle
  • Personal Trivia
  • Other
  • One of two players to have qualified for all 5 World Championships, along with Dyrus.
  • Competed at the first three World Championships with three different teams - Against All Authority, SK Gaming, and Fnatic.[13]
  • In April 2016, became the first player to qualify for seven LCS finals as well as being the only player to qualify for every single LCS final.
  • Played 300 games as  Twitch early in his career and climbed the ladder with that champion
  • Became known for  Leona after switching roles from AD carry to support
  • Known for winning with his famous Ashe arrow at Riot Season 1 Championship, which Phreak dubbed "the most legit arrow of [his] life," overtaking bigfatlp's arrow from WCG 2010. (VoD)
  • One of his favorite movies is "Ip Man". He likes the TV shows "Dexter" and "Chuck".
  • His favorite food is his mother's cooking.
  • He looks up to his parents as role models. Another role model would be former "StarCraft: Brood War" player ElkY, who demonstrated that gaming is a viable career path.
  • YellOwStaR is comprised of two parts; the 'star' part is self-explanatory but 'Yellow' is a nod to his Asian origins.
  • He didn't use the Psyko handle he used during his WarCraft III days to remain anonymous during his early days as a League of Legends player.
  • Has led sOAZ into playing League of Legends competitively.
  • Replaced Rekkles during the Season 3 LCS pre-season.
  • Won the French Warcraft 3 ESWC finals in 2009. He faced Stephano, later also a professional StarCraft II player, in the final games.
  • YellOwStaR's main account was banned for 14 days in March 2013 for elo boosting along with other pro players such as Cowtard, Jimbz, NeeGodbro, Nono, and ViRtU4l.[14]

Results

  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
Date Place Event R Team Result Opponent
2013-09-28 SF.png WCS 2015 small.png World Championship Season 3 Support Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 1 : 3 Royallogo std.png Royal
2013-08-25 Gold.png EU LCS 2013 logo small.png EU LCS S3 Summer Playoffs Support Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 3 : 1 LDlogo std.png LD
2013-08-25 Gold.png EU LCS 2013 logo small.png Gamescom 2013 Support Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 3 : 1 LDlogo std.png LD
2013-08-17 Silver.png EU LCS 2013 logo small.png EU LCS S3 Summer ADLanePick.png SupportLanePick.png Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 15 - 13
Round Robin
2013-04-28 Gold.png EU LCS 2013 logo small.png EU LCS S3 Spring Playoffs ADC Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 3 : 2 Gambitlogo std.png GMB
2013-04-21 Gold.png EU LCS 2013 logo small.png EU LCS S3 Spring ADC Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 22 - 6
Round Robin
2013-01-26 Q EU LCS 2013 logo small.png EU LCS S3 Spring Qualifiers ADC Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 2 : 0 MYMlogo std.png MYM
Date Place Event R Team Result Opponent
2014-08-17 Silver.png EU LCS 2013 logo small.png EU LCS 2014 Summer Playoffs Support Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 1 : 3 Alogo std.png A
2014-07-31 Silver.png EU LCS 2013 logo small.png EU LCS 2014 Summer Split Support Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 19 - 9
Round Robin
2014-04-17 Gold.png EU LCS 2013 logo small.png EU LCS 2014 Spring Playoffs Support Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 3 : 1 SKlogo std.png SK
2014-04-03 Silver.png EU LCS 2013 logo small.png EU LCS 2014 Spring Split Support Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 17 - 11
Round Robin
Date Place Event R Team Result Opponent
2015-08-23 Gold.png EU LCS logo small old.png EU LCS 2015 Summer Playoffs Support Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 3 : 2 Origenlogo std.png OG
2015-07-24 Gold.png EU LCS logo small old.png EU LCS 2015 Summer Split Support Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 18 - 0
Round Robin
2015-04-19 Gold.png EU LCS logo small old.png EU LCS 2015 Spring Playoffs Support Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 3 : 2 UOLlogo std.png UOL
2015-03-27 Silver.png EU LCS logo small old.png EU LCS 2015 Spring Split Support Fnaticlogo std.png FNC 13 - 5
Round Robin

Media

Interviews

  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016

Articles and Videos

  • 2015
  • 2016

Vlogs


Gallery

References