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Team Information
Manager(s):Tong "CuZn" Xin
Prizemoney:$0 USD
TongFu team photo

SanSheng, Hao, Banana, KingJ, and Mu at The International 2013.

TongFu is a Chinese eSports Organization.


TongFu was formed in the middle of 2011 led by former TyLoo player Kabu. However, their only achievement that year was placing 3rd in Wuhan Tiandi E-sports Cup.

In 2012, after several reformations, former EHOME player LaNm ended up in TongFu; Followed by 3 core players from the already disbanded PanDarea Gaming roster. However, a controversy was sparked as LaNm insisted on transferring to EHOME afterwards as the conflict was eventually solved through a transfer fee given from EHOME. Awoke was chosen as LaNm's replacement. TongFu managed to qualify for The International 2012 through the East Qualifier.

In October 2012, Kabu departed from the team and was replaced by LongDD from Team DK. Awoke also left the team and was replaced by Chan (Veronica) from World Elite. In March 2013, Veronica and LongDD both left the team. They were replaced by Banana and Yaobai.[1]

In April 2013, KingJ replaced Yaobai.

In September 2013, Hao was traded to Invictus Gaming in exchange for Zhou.[2] Later that month, Banana left for Invictus Gaming and KingJ was traded to Rising Stars in exchange for XTT. ZSMJ also joined the team.[3][4]

In October 2013, TongFu picked up Team Adidas, an amateur team participating in the ACE Dota 2 League. This squad was named TongFu.WanZhou. Later that month, they picked up a third squad, consisting of SYDM, LongDD, Kabu, YaphetS, and zExBinGo.[5][6]

In December 2013, XTT was replaced by Kabu.[7]

In February 2014, Zhou decided to retire from professional Dota.[8][9]

After losing several players to NewBee, TongFu decided to focus on the amateur Dota scene.

Beginning with September 2014 TongFu announced the formation of the team TongFu.OB (Old Boys) which consists of retired veteran players who are now mostly playing the game for fun rather than competitive gaming. TongFu.WhanZhou is still intended to serve as the main squad.[10]

In February 2015, the team announces a North American division.[11]

In March, TongFu announced a new set of rosters.[12]

Current Roster[]


Former Players
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team


ID Name Position Join Date
China XiaoLv Lu Ming ? 2015-03-12
China Red Sun Youjia ? 2015-03-12
China Mt Fan Zhiwei ? 2015-03-12
China DDR Yuan Zhenghao ? 2015-03-12
China Sayaka Mao Mingyuan ? 2015-03-12


Former Players
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team



Place Tournament Location Date Prize money
A33rd Wuhan Tiandi E-sports Cup Wuhan, China 2011 -
A11st World Cyber Games 2012 DotA China Kunshan, China 29 November - 2 December 2012 $10,000 USD

Dota 2[]


Place Tournament Location Date Prize money
A77th - 8th The International 2012 United States Seattle, Washington, United States 26 August - 2 September 2012 $25,000 USD
A33rd G-League 2012 Online & China Shanghai, China 25 December 2012 - 9 March 2013 $1,600 USD
A11st AMD Premier League Season 1 Online 6–15 May 2013 $3,000 USD
A11st Dota 2 Super League China Shanghai, China 10 May - 6 July 2013 500,000 RMB
(~$81,103 USD)
A55th - 6th Alienware Cup 2013 Season 1 Online 16 June - 9 July 2013 $3,000 USD
A44th The International 2013 United States Seattle, Washington, United States 2–11 August 2013 $201,208 USD
A22nd Sina Cup Online 9–16 September 2013 6,000 RMB
(~$980 USD)
A33rd National Electronic Sports Tournament 2013 China Shanghai, China 8–10 November 2013 50,000 RMB
($8,000 USD)
A33rd Red Bull Esports Champion League 2014 China Beijing, China 3–7 January 2014 10,000 RMB
(~$1,600 USD)
A33rd G-League 2013 China Shanghai, China 9 December 2013 - 19 January 2014 10,000 RMB
(~$1,600 USD)

TongFu 3[]

Place Tournament Location Date Prize money
A11st Nexon Invitational Super Match - Week 4 South Korea Seoul, South Korea 21–25 November 2013 $15,000 USD


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