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EDG Meiko 2018 Summer.png
Background Information
NameTian Ye (田野)
Country of BirthChina
TeamEDward Gaming
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd DateRole
Rayunionlogo std.png Ray12/2014
EDward Gaminglogo std.png EDG12/2014Current
"Meiko" (Real Name: Tian Ye (田野)) is a Chinese League of Legends player, currently a Support for EDward Gaming.

He was formerly known as "Mad".

Career History


Meiko started playing in mid 2014 under Rayunion, a team that became notable for hui. Their greatest accomplishment was when they participated in NEST Qualifiers and beat Star Horn Royal Club. However, the team disbanded after failing to get positive results from their participation in TGA Grand Prix Winter.


Meiko first joined EDward Gaming as a substitute support player. This was the time when EDG was expected to use Mouse as the team's starting support. However, Mouse failed to deliver the expected results, as they went 0-2 against Snake in Week 2 of [[LPL 2015 Spring|LPL Spring. In Week 3, Meiko made his debut against Invictus Gaming, and EDG went 3-0 that week, picking up six wins in total. His heavy roaming style fits the team and they continued their improvement in the following weeks. Meiko received attention for his plays on Thres and Annie in particular]]. It was said that he is following the footsteps of EDG's previous support, FZZF, who is noted for his engagements. On Meiko's debut, EDG secured first place in the regular season, only dropping 4 games with Meiko. His most iimpactful support champions include Annie, Janna and Thresh.

Forward to playoffs, EDG won the entire tournament after beating LGD Gaming (3-2) in the finals. With that win, they were qualified for the Mid-Season Invitational where they upset SK Telecom T1 by beating them in a 3-2 series. EDG also played with Meiko in the summer season of Demacia Cup and won the tournament with a victory of OMG (3-0).

EDG snatched the first place in LPL Summer as well, entering the playoffs as the top seed. However, they failed to secure their spot as they finished fourth, losing to LGD Gaming (3-0) and Invictus Gaming (3-1). However, as they are still qualified for the Regional Finals, they managed to secure a spot for Worlds as China's second seed after winning over Invictus Gaming (3-1).

At Worlds, EDG was placed in a group with Korea's SK Telecom, Europe's H2k Gaming, and Southeast Asia's Bangkok Titans. They were able to come out of groups in second place and were drawn to face Fnatic in the quarterfinals. Unfortunately, the team were unable to go past Fnatic with a 3-0 defeat.



Date Event Result
2016-11-13 2016 Demacia Cup size=24px EDG 3 : 0 I Maylogo std.png I May
2016-10-15 2016 Season World Championship EDG 1 : 3 ROX Tigerslogo std.png ROX Tigers
2016-08-26 2016 LPL Summer Playoffs size=24px EDG 3 : 0 Royal Never Give Uplogo std.png Royal Never Give Up
2016-04-23 2016 LPL Spring Playoffs Silver.png EDG 1 : 3 Royal Never Give Uplogo std.png Royal Never Give Up
Date Event Result
2015-11-22 2015 Demacia Cup Grand Finals size=24px EDG 3 : 1 Invictus Gaminglogo std.png Invictus Gaming
2015-09-04 2015 Season China Regional Finals size=24px EDG 3 : 1 Invictus Gaminglogo std.png Invictus Gaming
2015-08-17 2015 LPL Summer Playoffs Copper.png EDG 1 : 3 Invictus Gaminglogo std.png Invictus Gaming
2015-07-12 2015 Demacia Cup Summer Season size=24px EDG 3 : 0 Oh My Godlogo std.png Oh My God
2015-05-10 2015 Mid-Season Invitational size=24px EDG 3 : 2 SK Telecom T1logo std.png SK Telecom T1
2015-04-26 2015 LPL Spring Playoffs size=24px EDG 3 : 2 LGD Gaminglogo std.png LGD Gaming
2015-03-29 2015 Demacia Cup Spring Season size=24px EDG 3 : 0 Invictus Gaminglogo std.png Invictus Gaming





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