Fixtures

LOL - LPL Summer 07/01 08:45 - Edward Gaming vs TT Gaming View
LOL - LPL Summer 07/04 08:45 - ThunderTalk Gaming vs Bilibili Gaming View
LOL - LPL Summer 07/10 08:45 - ThunderTalk Gaming vs Invictus Gaming View

Results

LOL - LPL Summer 06/27 10:50 - JD Gaming v TT Gaming 2-0
LOL - LPL Summer 06/23 10:45 - ThunderTalk Gaming v Team WE 2-0
LOL - LPL Summer 06/19 11:00 - LNG Esports v ThunderTalk Gaming 2-1
LOL - LPL Summer 06/15 10:55 - ThunderTalk Gaming v Victory Five 0-2
LOL: Wild Rift - WRL 04/22 12:45 - KeepBest Gaming v TT Gaming 1-1
LOL: Wild Rift - WRL 04/20 09:00 - TT Gaming v Royal Never Give Up 1-1
LOL: Wild Rift - WRL 04/17 08:00 - WHG Esports v TT Gaming 1-1
LOL: Wild Rift - WRL 04/16 10:00 - TT Gaming v OneChamp 1-1
LOL: Wild Rift - WRL 04/14 09:00 - Edward Gaming v TT Gaming 1-1
LOL: Wild Rift - WRL 04/10 12:00 - TT Gaming v OMG 0-1
LOL: Wild Rift - WRL 04/07 09:00 - J Team v TT Gaming 1-0
LOL: Wild Rift - WRL 04/04 12:00 - TT Gaming v Nova Esports 0-1

Wikipedia - ThunderTalk Gaming

ThunderTalk Gaming (commonly shortened to TT Gaming or TT) is a professional League of Legends team competing in the League of Legends Pro League (LPL), the top level of professional League of Legends in China.

It was founded on 25 December 2017 as SinoDragon Gaming (SDG) and was one of two teams (the other being Victory Five) accepted into the LPL as part of the league's 2019 expansion. The team rebranded as Dominus Esports (DMO) on 22 May 2019, and again on 15 September 2020 after its acquisition by Chinese messaging service ThunderTalk.

History

SinoDragon Gaming was accepted into the LPL on 30 November 2018. Prior to their entry into the LPL, the team competed in the League of Legends Developmental League (LDL), China's secondary league. The team's inaugural LPL roster consisted of top laners Jiang "Changhong" Changhong and Yang "Memory" Jubao, jungler Wang "Xiaopeng" Peng, mid laner Huang "Twila" Tingwei, bot laner Chen "GALA" Wei, and support Ling "Mark" Xu, with Ouyang "Iceman" Yiqiang as head coach. The team finished 6th in the 2019 LPL Spring Split with a 9–6 record, qualifying them for playoffs,[] where they defeated Edward Gaming 3–0 in the first round and lost to Topsports Gaming 0–3 in the quarterfinals.[]