Xie «Super» Junhao is a Chinese cyber sportsman and coach in Dota 2 discipline. He was born on January 4, 1993, in Guangzhou. He began his career in professional DotA back in 2012. At The International 2017, a KBBQ tournament commentator said that Chinese fans gave the player the nickname «The Bun» because the player’s cheeks resemble puffy buns.
First appeared on the competitive Dota 2 scene in March 2012 as part of Team DK. Throughout 2012, the team showed a great game. The team took second places in the joinDOTA Masters VII, G-1 Champions League Season 4, World Cyber Games 2012 tournaments. But the team's greatest achievement was participating in The International 2012, in which players took fourth place. 2013 was also quite successful for the player. For the first half of the year, the player continued to play for Team DK. As part of the team, the player took fourth places in such tournaments as G-1 Champions League Season 5, Alienware Cup 2013 - Season 1, RedBull ECL 2013 Dota 2 Season, and second place in the Dota 2 Super League. Also this year, the team took part in The International. At The International 2013, the team took 5th place. Then in October, the entire team was disbanded. In September, the player was signed by Vici Gaming. In the new team, the player’s results have become even better. With the team, the player took fourth places at the Sina Cup Supernova Dota 2 Open Season 1 and National Electronic Sports Tournament 2013, third place at the 2013 WPC ACE Dota 2 League and first places at Sina Cup Supernova Dota 2 Open Season 2 and RaidCall EMS One Fall Season. 2014 was a busy and productive year. Xie team took first places in such tournaments as The Summit 2, ESL One New York 2014, i-League Season 1. Also, the team took many second and third places in different tournaments. Excellent performance during the season helped the team get a direct invitation to The International. In July, the team took an honorable second place at The International 2014, showing an excellent game throughout the tournament. Then the player’s team lost to the NewBee team in the grand finale.
In 2015, the team was also on top. Victories at VPGame Pro League Season 1 and StarLadder StarSeries Season 12, as well as a confident game and many second places in other tournaments again, provided the team with a direct invitation to The International. In August, the team took fourth place at The International 2015. Until the end of the year, the team still managed to take second place at the Nanyang Dota 2 Championships and third places at The Summit 4 and Dota 2 Radiant & Dire Cup 2015 tournaments. The beginning of 2016 was not very auspicious for the team. In January, the team won third place at the Shanghai Dota 2 Open, but then the team held low places. In March, the team showed a disastrous performance at The Shanghai Major 2016, where the team took the only last place. Then, in March, the player decided to leave the team. In the same month, joins the CDEC Gaming team. Then the black stripe began in the player's career. Until September, the team took only second place in the Pro Gamer League 2016 tournament - Summer. In September, during a major reshuffle, the player left the team and was signed by LGD.Forever Young. But until mid-2017, the team was an outsider. The only tournament in which the team showed a good result was The Boston Major 2016, where the player with the team took 5th place. Only in the second half of 2017, the team managed to show good results. The team began to take second places in tournaments steadily. The team also managed to qualify for The International 2017. At the tournament, the team performed very well, compared to the beginning of the season. The team managed to take third place at The International 2017. Until the end of the year, the team won the Dota2 Professional League Season 4 (2017 S2) - Top tournament and took third place at Perfect World Masters. 2018 began quite unsuccessfully. The low places in the tournaments did not allow receiving an invitation to The International 2018. The team also failed to qualify. After the disastrous start of the year, Xie decided to leave the team in June. In September, the player was signed by Team Root. Until the end of the year, the team won two tournaments, China Dota2 Winter Cup and H-Cup Season 10.
In February 2019, due to disappointing results, the player left Team Root. And he immediately joined the organization Royal Never Give Up. But this time, not as a player, but as a coach. The team took seventh place at The International 2019 and second place at the Yabo Supreme Cup, led by Ce. In December, Xie again began to act as a player on the team. At the beginning of 2020, the player with the team took second place on WePlay! Bukovel Minor 2020 and the first at ESL One Los Angeles 2020 - Online: China. At the end of the year, the player and the team won the Huya Winter Invitational tournament.
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