Daryl Koh «iceiceice» Pei Xiang Singaporean Esportsman is probably one of the most popular and successful in his region. The player began his esports career with the StarCraft 2 discipline. iceiceice participated in StarCraft 2 competitions from the moment the game was released until the beginning of 2011, participating in local tournaments in its region. In March 2011, «iceiceice» joined the well-known organization FXOpen e-Sports, but was soon forced to leave the team. He quit playing Starcraft 2 because of his compulsory military service, and also because of a lack of confidence in the Starcraft 2 scene in Southeast Asia.
In August 2011, «iceiceice» took its first steps on the Dota 2 competition scene when he visited The International 2011 with Scythe Gaming. Then the team managed to take third place in the tournament. Then Daryl leaves the team. Soon, he found a new team. This team was Zenith. 2012 was fast enough for the player, as he participated in tournaments a little. But even despite this, the team managed to get to The International 2012. The team takes 5-6th place there, which gives the player hope for better results next season. 2013 started pretty well, winning the GosuCup Asia IV tournament and second place in the SEA League and AMD Premier League Season 1. The team ends up at The International 2013 again, but even though the team did not show good results in the tournament, «iceiceice» won the championship one on one. He became the best player in the solo mid defeating «Mushi». Shortly after The International, the team broke up, and the Chinese DK team invited «iceiceice». The team showed quite good results throughout the season, but the Chinese bunker is very competitive, because, after The International 2014, where the team took 4th place, the organization broke up. Then Daryl decided to join the Vici Gaming organization. Having played the season for Vici and retaking fourth place, Daryl himself decided to change the team. At that time, he chose the organization EHOME. And then the story repeated itself, after the next The International, in which the team took 5-6th place, the player leaves the organization.
In 2016, Daryl decided to create his own team, so Team Faceless appeared on the professional stage. Team Faceless showed a good game in their region. Having quickly proved that the team is one of the best, he had a great chance to get to The International 2017. But unfortunately, the team could not pass the qualifying stage and soon broke up.
After the new season began, «iceiceice» was invited to join the team at Mineski, he gladly accepted the invitation to join his old teammates «Mushi» and «Jabz». Together with the new team, the player showed good results throughout the season. The team took place at The International 2018, but unfortunately, it takes only 9-12 places there. After such a failure, Daryl leaves the team. And already in September, he joined the updated Fnatic roster.
2019 was a challenging year for the team and the player. Just a couple of prizes at different tournaments and the failed The International 2019, where the team took 13-16 places. But that all changed in 2020. Although the player and the team started the year with 12th place at the DreamLeague Season 13 tournament, things improved significantly. From February to June, Daryl and Fnatic win all the tournaments they take part in. During this time, the player was able to take first place in as many as five tournaments, DOTA Summit 12, ESL One Los Angeles 2020 - Online: Southeast Asia, BTS Pro Series: Southeast Asia, ESL One Birmingham 2020 - Online: Southeast Asia, World E-sports Legendary League. On November 14, 2020, it became known that "iceiceice" was transferred to the EG team.