Kim «Gabbi» Villafuerte was born on August 1, 1998, in the Philippines. From an early age, a poor eSports player began playing video games. Kim is now a professional esports player in the Dota 2 discipline.
Kim has come to a very thorny path in his esports career. The player began to perform at a professional competitive level in 2016. Kim joined Action Arena in March 2016 and played with the team in several tournaments. And in the fall, Kim was invited to the Extraction team with which he won his first tournament, the Mineski Pro-Gaming League Season 8 Leg 2. In September of that year, Kim and the team won his first Major, MPGL Southeast Asian Championship. In 2017, in the spring, after an unsuccessful qualification at The Kyiv Major 2017: Southeast Asia Qualifier, Kim decided to change the team. Two weeks later, the player joined the Clutch Gamers team. But the player did not achieve much success in this team, so he decided to return to his previous Extraction team. But things are not going very well, for five months in the team, he managed to win only one tournament, namely The Major League. This team did not suit the prospective player, and Kim decided to change the team again. A month later, Kim found himself in the new Team Admiral team, for which he played for two months. After this, the organization broke up. But two months after that, Kim is invited to return to Clutch Gamers. And there, the player wins another ProDotA Cup Southeast Asia # 12 tournament. But a month later, Kim leaves the team and is actively looking for a powerful team. At the end of September 2018, after two months, Kim “Gabbi” Villafuerte finds a new team, namely TNC PREDATOR, one of the best teams in Asia.
In 2019, Kim won six different tournaments. Kim «Gabbi» Villafuerte achieved his goal of finding the best team in the Asian region with which he will be able to reach new heights. 2020 was less productive and productive for the player. In a year, Kim was able to win two tournaments, ESL One Thailand 2020: Asia and BTS Pro Series Season 4: Southeast Asia.