|Name||Hu Zi-Xiang (胡梓翔)|
|Country of Birth|
|Birthday||September 4, 1997 (age 24)|
Hu "Jiekou" Zi-Xiang (Hanzi: 胡梓翔) is a retired League of Legends esports player, previously jungler for Oh My God. He was previously known as ZX.
|Dream Catcher||≈Jun 2014≈2014-06-??||≈Dec 2014≈2014-12-??||≈6mo |
|Stand Point Gaming||Jan 20152015-01-20||≈May 2015≈2015-05-??||≈3mo 12d|
|Oh My Dream||May 20152015-05-19||May 20172017-05-21||2yr 2d|
|Oh My God||May 20172017-05-21||Dec 20182018-12-16||1yr 6mo|
|DC||June (approx.), |
Cluo joins as substitute.
最爱熊宝宝 moves to substitute.
|DC||December (approx.), Dream Catcher is disbanded. |
|SPG||January 20, |
|SPG||May (approx.), Team is disbanded. |
Walking300, JoyLuck (Coach), and Tabe (Coach) leave.
|OMD||May 19, |
|OMD||January 4, JieKou renames to ZX.|
|OMD||May 21, |
ZX leave for main roster.
|OMG||May 21, |
ZX joins from academy roster.
Memory joins as substitute from academy roster.
millions leaves for academy roster. ZX renames to Jiekou.
|OMG||June 27, |
Mountain's contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.
Casual's contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021.
Chelly's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 20 December 2018.
XuanXuanPi's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2018.
|OMG||December 16, |
XuanXuanPi's departure is confirmed.
Jiekou was a long-standing player for Oh My Dream. He didn't however achieve good result with them. The team finished at the bottom of the standings in every split Jiekou played in and they had to attend the Promotion Tournament a total of four times. In May of 2017 Jiekou was moved up to OMG. In the 2017 LPL Summer Season OMG finished 2nd in their group with a 10-6 record. Their playoffs performance however wasn't so stellar. The team lost 1-3 to Invictus Gaming in their first match and was quickly knocked out of playoffs. The 2017 Season China Regional Finals gave OMG one final chance to qualify for Worlds but the team got swept 0-3 in the first round by Invictus Gaming. This ended their 2017 season.
- His former ID ZX stood for his real given name (Zi-Xiang).
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