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Gao «Setsu» Zhenxiong Chinese cyber sportsman in the discipline of DotA 2. He began his professional career in 2016.
Gao first appeared in a competitive DotA in April 2016 for qualifying for Manila Major 2016 with the Boomloomdoom team. But unfortunately, the player with the team took only fourth place. Then, next month, Gao appeared in FTD club B for another qualification for the StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 2 tournament, but also to no avail. After which the player was inactive until the significant reshuffles in September. On September 17, the player was signed by CDEC Gaming. The best result until the end of the year in the new team was fifth in the Dota2 ACE - Provisional tournament and sixth in the Dota2 Professional League Season 2 - Top. 2017 was not very busy for the player, nor was it very productive. Although the team managed to take first place in the qualifications for such tournaments as Dota2 Professional League Season 3, DOTA Summit 7, and ROG MASTERS 2017, the team held low places in the tournaments themselves. Gao also tried his hand at The International 2017 with the team: China Qualifier. Still, unfortunately, he only took sixth place there, which did not allow him to get into the tournament.
In April 2018, Gao left the organization due to disappointing results. And it was inactive until the Reshuffles of September when it was signed by Royal Never Give Up. But in the new team, the player’s results were also disappointing. The best indicator until the end of the year was fifth in the H-Cup Season 11 tournament.
In 2019, the affairs of Gao and the team began to improve. In February, the team took fifth place at the MDL Macau 2019. Further, the team’s game began to improve. Even though the team did not occupy high places in tournaments, the team was able to take part in all the major tournaments of the year. In June, Gao, with the team, won first place on WePlay! Dota 2 Tug of War: Dire Asia. In July, the team took first place at The International 2019 China Qualifier. This allowed the team to take part in the tournament itself. In August, the team took seventh place at The International 2019, which was a pretty good result. The team ended the year with the Yabo Supreme Cup tournament, in which it took second place. 2020 began for the team quite successfully. In January, the team took second place on WePlay! Bukovel Minor 2020, fourth in March at the China Dota2 Professional League Season 1 and in April first place at ESL One Los Angeles 2020 - Online: China.
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