eSports Player Review - DoubleliftName: Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng Date of Birth: July 19, 1993 Country: USA Game: League of Legends Tournament Winnings: $305,330.84 From 52 Tournaments Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng is an iconic League of Legends player playing the role of AD Carry. Currently, this 24 year old talent is part of TSM, but he has also played for CLG and Team Liquid in the past. Doublelift is well known for his strong mechanics as an ADC, especially with Vayne, Lucian, and Ezreal. eSports Discipline Besides being a very famous League of Legends player, Doublelift is also well-known for reaching Master level at StarCraft 2. However, in the popular MOBA, he prefers champions such as Tristana, Ezrael, and Twitch, which are very strong in the current meta. On the other hand, his most played heroes are Sivir, Jinx, and Kalista. Results and Earnings With $ $117,815.43 from 39 Tournaments, Doublelift is currently holding #98 in the USA ranking and #535 in the world for money earned by event’s prize funds. Yiliang earned most of his money in 2017 and 2016. 2012 was also very successful for the player, since he added an additional $27,151.86 to his pocket from 21 League of Legends tournaments and events. For comparison in 2017, he already has $24,000 from only 2 competitions. 2017 Best Winnings 1st Riot NA LCS 2017 Summer $20,000.00 1st Rift Rivals 2017 – NA vs EU $4,000.00 Riot EU LCS 2017 Spring $5,423.03 2016 Best Winnings 9th-12th LoL 2016 World Championship $22,815.00 1st Riot NA LCS 2016 Summer $10,000.00 2nd Riot NA LCS 2016 Spring $5,000.00 2015 Total Winnings $18,000.00 from 3 Tournaments 2014 Total Winnings $4,300.00 from 2 Tournaments eSports Career of Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng Doublelift’s history in League of Legends dates back to Season 1 of the game. He was very famous for his Blitzcrank back in the day. However in 2011, Yiliang, along with his teammates from Curse Inc, joined another big North American organization – Counter Logic Gaming. There he started to play in his current role as an AD Carry. 2012 was very successful for the player and the rest of the team members. Together they attended a variety events including the MLG Fall Championship and the PL 5 Tournament, where they established themselves as one of the most solid American teams. In 2013, CLG participated in the new RIOT event – Season 3 North American League Championship Series Spring Split. After a long season and battles against the best teams from the region, Doublelift and company managed to qualify for the playoffs. On the other side, Summer Split of the same season wasn’t so successful for the team, since they were in the middle of the table from the beginning to the end. In that period, Doublelift represented North America in the 2013 All-Star tournament. Next year, CLG finished 3rd in the 2014 NA LCS Spring Regular Season, and then 3rd again in the playoffs after a 2-0 loss to Team Curse. Summer Split again was not so good for the team and they rank number 6 in the final standing. 2015 started awfully for the American squad after they were found a guilty of poaching Darshan “ZionSpartan” Upadhyaya. However, for the first eight weeks of the Spring Split, they were never lower in the standings than tied for second place. After a great start of the Summer Split, and a not so great end of the regular season, CLG managed to win the LAN finals and secure the first spot at the upcoming majors. At Worlds, CLG failed to make the bracket, finishing 12/13th and Doublelift was informed that the organization would not be re-signing him for the upcoming season. Later this year Team SoloMid announced that Doublelift would be joining as their new AD Carry. After an up-and-down performance of TSM in the first split of the NA LCS, they ended in 6th before clawing their way up to the final where they had to play against CLG. Doublelift had the chance to face his former organization. After an incredible 5 match battle, CLG won. The Summer Split went under the domination of TSM. Doublelift made some amazing games, picking the off meta champion Lucian and breaking the competition. Despite having a high KDA against Samsung at the following Worlds Finals, Doublelift infamously dashed into a Viktor with ultimate and caused them to lose the game, which ultimately caused them to not make it out of groups. Season 7 2017 started slowly for Doublelift since he was not part of any team. However, in Week 7 of the regular season, he made his way back to the competitive scene with Team Liquid. Later this year he returned to TSM for the 2017 NA LCS Summer Split, replacing Jason “WildTurtle” Tran, who was traded to FlyQuest. TSM ended with a massive 14-4 record and secured 1st place at the playoffs of Worlds. After intense group battles, the North American team was eliminated from the competition. GET UP TO $280 IN FREE BETS! Claim Now Doublelift Latest Performancevs100 Thieves3:0vsEcho Fox3:1vsCloud93:0Doublelift Statistics Popular eSports Players Dendi - Dota 2 fy - Dota 2 ppd - Dota 2 Puppey - Dota 2 Rekkles - LoL s1mple - CS GO kennyS - CS GO Faker - CS GO Featured eSports Articles NRG Esports vs Natus Vincere Betting Tips Antoan Vasilev | 2019-08-31Check our well-detailed NRG Esports vs Natus Vincere Betting Tips article, where we are providing ytou with valuable information for both teams!G2 Esports vs Fnatic Betting Tips Antoan Vasilev | 2019-08-29We have prepared detailed G2 eSports vs Fnatic Betting Tips for you! Check details of both teams to choose the winner!TI9 Begins (Review so far) Antoan Vasilev | 2019-08-24TI9 Begins and it's awesome so far. Check our preview of the action at the international and see how favorites and underdogs are performing!Valve reveal CS:GO autograph stickers for the StarLadder Berlin Major Antoan Vasilev | 2019-08-23Valve reveal CS: GO autograph stickers for the StarLadder Berlin Major. Check more information about the Major and stickers now!