Hu «kaka» Liangzhi, a professional e-sports player in the Dota 2 discipline, was born on November 7, 1992. Hu, the first player to reach 9000 MMR in the Chinese region. Prior to his professional debut, Hu was a famous pub star on the Dota 2 Chinese scene, known for maintaining a high MMR and even occasionally leading the Chinese leaderboards.
He began his professional career back in 2013 when he joined the HyperGloryTeam team. He was one of the first who was part of this collective, since he joined it at the time of its creation. About two months after the team was created, they won the WVW National Electronic Sports Classic Season 1. Later, they were eligible to participate in many premium-level tournaments such as WEC 2014 and i-League Season 2. HyperGloryTeam qualified for the Asian Championship in DotA 2. The team finished in eleventh place in the group stage, which allowed them to be in the first round of the lower grid of the main event. After the victory of Natus Vincere, they were knocked out by Cloud9 and finished the tournament in 7-8th place, winning $ 115,335. After which the team took part in the qualifying tournament at The International 2015. But unfortunately, the team did not qualify. Hu did not like this result, and he decided to leave the team. After that, «kaka» joined the EHOME organization. He finished fourth in Valve's first major event, Frankfurt Major 2015. In early 2016, Hu showed an excellent game at the Dota 2 Radiant and Dire Cup 2015, Shanghai Open Season 1, and MDL Winter 2015 tournaments, which allowed his team to take first place in the tournaments. However, after the Shanghai Major 2016 ended in early March, not a single Chinese team was able to get to the main event, which led to the dissatisfaction of the Chinese organizations that decided to make significant reshuffles. After that, Hu joined NewBee and became the team captain. In mid-2016, the Newbee team, led by «kaka», began to dominate. The overall series of victories was 29-0. The team suffered their first defeat from OG at the EPICENTER tournament. The team then took second place. Then Hu said that NewBee is a powerful team, which has incredible potential and excellent composition compared to its previous EHOME team. In 2016, Hu and the team got to The International 2016, but unfortunately, the team took only 9-12 places. But after failure, the team began to win rapidly. The team won first places at the WCA2016 CN Qualifiers S3, Dota2 ACE - Provisional, Dota2 Professional League Season 2 - Top tournaments, and second place at China Top 2016. 2017 brought Hu much more success than the past. The player was invited to the All-Star match at The International 2017. And at the tournament, the team took second place. Also of the victories, it is worth noting the first place at the Perfect World Masters.
In 2018, things began to get worse. The team took shallow places in tournaments and Hu decided to leave the team. Then «kaka» was invited to the Keen Gaming team. For this team, he played for a whole year, from September 2018 to August 2019. The team showed how a good game, so at times and frankly weak. After a disastrous result at The International 2019, where the team took 13-16 places, Hu decided to leave the team. During the autumn reshuffles, «kaka» was invited to the Invictus Gaming. After that, Hu's affairs began to improve. The player helped his team win the DOTA Summit 11 and World Electronic Sports Games 2019 China Online Qualifier, as well as win prizes at the World Electronic Sports Games 2019 China Finals and MDL Chengdu Major. In early 2020, the team with the player finished fifth at the DreamLeague Season 13 tournament, losing to EG with 2-1. In May, the team showed an excellent game and managed to take first place at the Asia Spring Invitational tournament. In general, the year was not very successful for the player. In addition to these two tournaments, it is worth noting the second places in such tournaments as CDA League Season 1, China Dota2 Professional League Season 2, ESL One Birmingham 2020 - Online: China, and DPL-CDA Professional League Season 2.Since July 2020, the player has not been able to help the team rise above the fourth place in any tournament.
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