|Name:||Damien Sau-jing Chok|
|Alternate IDs:||kpkpkp, kPhoenix, kphoenii|
2013-0?-?? — 2013-0?-??
2014-09-26 — 2015-01-06
2015-02-26 — 2015-08-26
2015-08-29 — 2015-12-??
2015-12-03 — 2016-03-25
2016-03-25 — 2018-09-07
2018-09-10 — 2019-09-13
2019-09-13 — 2021-03-03
2021-04-12 — Present
Damien "kpii" Chok is an Australian professional Dota 2 player who is currently playing for.
Kpii's professional Dota 2 record began with oceanic teams, including Noxious Gaming and AkmA before landing his first notable competitive result with Can't Say Wips AU in late 2014, where his team placed second in the Defense of the Australians Spring 2014, the largest ongoing Dota 2 tournament in the Oceanic region at the time.
On February 26 of 2015, Kpii found a place in MVP Phoenix, a mostly Korean team. MVP.Phoenix pushed through the South East Asian qualifiers for The International 2015, placing second to their sister team MVP HOT6ix and making it into the wildcard qualifiers. They followed by again placing second in the wild card qualifiers to make it into the main event, in which the team placed an equal 7-8th.
From August of the same year, he spent difficult 5 months on EHOME.K, who placed second in the Chinese region of The Shanghai Major 2016 Open Qualifiers, unable to make it through.
On the 25th of March 2016, Kpii entered the roster of previous international champions Newbee. After a clean streak through The Manila Major 2016 Chinese Qualifiers, Newbee, with Kpii on position three offlane, pushed to third place where they were eliminated. In July 2016, he won the Nanyang Dota 2 Championships Season 2 and came second in DPL Season 1. At The International 2017, kpii finished runners-up to Team Liquid. Newbee later secured a victory at ESL Genting 2018.
- Kpii speaks English, Mandarin and Cantonese.
- At The International 2015, Kpii placed higher than any Australian at an International before him. He broke his own record at The International 2017, only to lose it the next year to Ana's victory during The International 2018.
- He is the all time leader in professional wins (40) as Axe.
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- 2016-08-11 | The International 6 - Interview Kpii by Maelk of Valve at The International 2016
- 2016-08-10 | TI6 Newbee Team Interview by Kaci of Valve at The International 2016
- 2016-06-11 | The Manila Major - Interview: KPII (Newbee) by SirActionSlacks of PGL at The Manila Major 2016
- 2016-05-10 | Интервью перед турниром, Newbee.kpii by Abso of EPICENTER at EPICENTER 2016 (trans. )
- 2017-10-29 | Interview with Newbee.Kpii at ESL One Hamburg by 2009 of liquiddota.com at ESL One Hamburg 2017
- 2017-10-28 | Kpii: "If we drafted well, we didn't think we could lose [to EG]" @ ESL One Hamburg by joinDOTA at ESL One Hamburg 2017
- 2017-10-15 | Интервью с Newbee.kpii (RU SUBS!)@ SL i-League Invitational S3 of gameinside.ua at Starladder i-Leage Invitational Season 3 (trans. )
- 2017-05-29 | Manila Masters Interview with kpii by Manila Masters at The Manila Masters 2017
- 2017-03-09 | kpii: 'In China you will always see the meta heroes and people trying hard to pick the best lineups, whereas...in US you will see some offlane Abaddons and Omnis, etc' by thescorestaff of thescoreesports.com
- 2017-01-17 | Kpii Interview at WESG : “When considering a gender mixed team it all comes down to skill level” by Andreea "divushka" Esanu of gosugamers.net at WESG 2016
- 2018-08-31 | Kpii - "It Feels More Like a Job in China" by Reinessa of Rivalry.gg at The International 2018
- 2018-06-09 | kpii at ESL Birmingham: "When a team is together for a long time it’s natural that problems start to appear." by Jesper "Julmust" Bergeskans of cybersport.com at ESL One Birmingham 2018
- 2017-03-08 | Interview with kpii (Newbee) at PGL MAJOR by Timotei Popescu of D-PLAY Esports at PGL Bucharest Major 2018
- 2018-03-07 | The Bucharest Major: Interview with Kpii by SirActionSlacks of PGL at PGL Bucharest Major 2018
- 2018-02-27 | KKpii talks about Katowice Major: "Vici is without a doubt the strongest Chinese team right now" by Artyom "dfs" Kutateladze of cybersport.com at ESL Katowice Major 2018
- 2019-12-18 | Интервью с kpii на ONE Esports Dota 2 World Pro Invitational Singapore by Olsior of Maincast at ONE Esports Dota 2 World Pro Invitational Singapore (trans. )
- 2019-03-21 | An Interview with Mineski Kpii at ESL One Mumbai by gfreak0 of AFK Gaming at ESL One Mumbai 2019