Ke "957" Chang Yu - League of Legends Player

Ke, Chang Yu
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Total Prize Money Earned:
$159,494.81 From 9 Tournaments
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Ke "957" Chang Yu is a Chinese League of Legends player.

Earnings By Year

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Earnings By Game

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
League of Legends$159,494.819100.00%|$0.0000.00%|$159,494.819100.00%

Earnings By Team

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
World Elite$158,247.33799.22%|$0.0000.00%|$158,247.33799.22%
League of Legends (ME / WE.Future)$1,247.4820.78%|$0.0000.00%|$1,247.4820.78%

Highest Prize Money Won

1.2017-11-043rd-4thTeam-based Tournament » LoL 2017 World Championship$57,714.67League of Legends
2.2017-04-291stTeam-based Tournament » LPL Spring 2017$36,300.75League of Legends
3.2017-05-213rd-4thTeam-based Tournament » Mid-Season Invitational 2017$28,166.67League of Legends
4.2016-04-233rdTeam-based Tournament » LPL Spring 2016$15,436.90League of Legends
5.2016-08-264thTeam-based Tournament » LPL Summer 2016$9,030.84League of Legends
6.2017-09-014thTeam-based Tournament » LPL Summer 2017$7,597.50League of Legends
7.2017-07-091stTeam-based Tournament » Rift Rivals 2017 - KR vs. CN vs. TW$4,000.00League of Legends
8.2014-11-233rdTeam-based Tournament » TGA Grand Prix Winter 2014$979.16League of Legends
9.2015-04-295th-8thTeam-based Tournament » International Esports Tournament 2015 (LoL)$268.32League of Legends

Top Placements

2 Tournaments
0 Tournaments
4 Tournaments

Other Statistics

Overall Ranking

957 is presently ranked #1986 in highest overall earnings, and #387 in highest earnings for players from China.

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

The largest amount of prize money awarded to 957 from a single tournament was $57,714.67 from LoL 2017 World Championship on November 4, 2017. His 3rd-4th place finish makes up 36.19% of his total prize money won.

$100,000 Milestone

957 obtained $100,000 in total prize money earned on September 1, 2017 with a $7,597.50 cash prize from his 4th place finish at LPL Summer 2017. Prize money from 8 tournaments got him to that point.


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