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Background Information
Name:Ng Wei Poong
Romanized name:黄苇宏
Birthdate:1990-02-27 (age 31)
Country:Malaysia Malaysia
Role:Support, Carry
Nickname(s):Y-God , NWP
Signature heroes:Queen of Pain icon.png Razor icon.png Shadow Fiend icon.png
2007 — 2010
Dota 2:
2012-09-11 — 2012-01-04
2012-01-19 — 2013-01-19
2013-01-25 — 2013-08-21
2013-10-16 — 2014-01-26
2014-01-26 — 2014-10-09
2014-10-09 — 2014-12-22
2014-12-22 — 2015-01-06
2015-01-06 — 2015-03-18
2015-03-18 — 2015-06-18
2015-06-23 — 2015-12-13
2015-12-13 — 2016-04-11
2016-04-11 — 2016-08-31
2016-09-16 — 2017-??-??
2017-06-12 — 2017-0?-??
2017-07-?? — 2018-01-??
2018-06-17 — 2018-09-08
2018-09-08 — 2019-03-15
2019-03-21 — 2019-04-06
2019-11-?? — 2019-12-??
2020-03-?? — 2020-06-??
2020-06-?? — 2020-10-??
2020-10-?? — 2020-12-??

Ng "YamateH" Wei Poong is a professional Dota 2 player who last played for TEAM STAR.


In DotA 1 he was considered one of the "first-generation gods" by the Chinese community, together with BurNIng (B-God), Loda (L-God), Vigoss (V-God) and YaphetS (P-God).

Professional Career[edit]


YamateH first appeared on the DotA scene in 2007 during MYM Prime Defending #8, when Kingsurf surprisingly defeated the then invincible SK Gaming 2-0. In one of the games YamateH played Lina, earning 3 triple kills and 1 ultra kill. In the other games, YamateH killed Loda's Zeus in a few hits with his Shadow Fiend. In the same year's SMM, Kingsurf dominated with a near perfect display of skill and unique strategies. In 2008's MYM Prime Defending #8, YamateH defeated MYM using Harbinger and shot to fame. Then later, YamateH reached the pinnacle of his E-sports careers after clinching 2nd place at the inaugural ESWC DotA tournament in San Jose, California.

Due to the merging of the late Zenith and Ks, Yamateh has dramatically changed his role from main carry to ganker. In SMM 2009, Kingsurf was beaten to the losers bracket and dearly lost to the 2009 led FTD, where ZSMJ's Phantom Lancer managed to refarm a Sacred Relic after having one destroyed.


In 2010, due to frequent inactivity of the Kingsurf team, new DotA powerhouse MUFC has persuaded YamateH to merge with them. However, barely a month after the formation, YameteH have mysteriously decided to put a premature end to their merger. Yamateh and Ice to headed to Nirvana instead. Nirvana's disappointing 6th Place performance in the SMM has led to many discussing the team's future.


In 2011, YamateH left Nirvana.my due to some internal issues in the team. However, He along with hyhy will team up with Roy, Art and Sharky to form the new Scythe.SG and won the ADC while placing 2nd in the IPDC afterwards. Afterwards, financial instability of Scythe has led to YamateH abrupt departure.


Right at the conclusion of The International, YamateH was invited to join the brand new team of MeetYourMakers, but hasn't played a single official game with them. Instead, YamateH was found participating in MGT with MSPR, and was picked up by Typhon Esports prior to SMM 2011, where the team placed 5th.

Neolution Orange[edit]

YamateH then joined Orange just before the Malaysia Invitational and won the tournament after a 3-2 affair with MiTH-Trust.

Team Zenith[edit]

Orange announced on its Facebook page that YamateH will be leaving Orange and joining Zenith.

Neolution Orange[edit]

YamateH rejoined Orange in October 2013.

Titan eSports[edit]

YamateH joined Titan eSports in January 2014.

G Guard eSports[edit]

YamateH joined G Guard eSports in March 2015. After he spend his time with some of Malaysian rising stars in Natit Gaming alongside with Ben and also bring him to G Guard eSports with Winter , ling , and net.


Achievements for Place 1st-3rd only

Date Place Tournament Prize money
2020-07-25 A22nd World Esports Elite Competition $14,251
2016-05-27 A11st Malaysia Open 2016 $6,589
2013-12-29 A11st Asian Cyber Games 2013 $15,000
2013-07-07 A11st E2Max L33T Championship $7,841
2012-12-23 A33rd The Asia 2012 $6,000
2012-11-18 A33rd G-1 Champions League Season 4 $8,019
2011-12-18 A11st Malaysia Invitational $5,000