|Country of Birth:||United States|
|Previous Roles:||Roam, Jungle, Lane|
|Nicknames:||Sui, Jeff, SuiJ|
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Jeff "SuiJeneris" Chau is a coach for Kinetik. SuiJeneris started playing Vainglory shortly after its launch in 2014. Before official Vainglory competitive play began, SuiJ played on "VIP" from November 2014 - April 2015 as a laner. In April 2015, he moved to Nemesis Hydra where he switched positions to compete as a jungler until August of 2015.
As a roamer, SuiJeneris is known for his deep experience and cerebral understanding of Vainglory at a ban/draft, macro/micro level, but also his talents as the Head Coach for Hammers eSports. As Team Captain of Kinetic, his teams are known to play innovative off-meta team comps that surprise their opponents leading to consistently out drafting the competition. SuiJeneris favors aggressive play styles that dominate their opponents through better strategic shot calls, team fight execution, and mechanics.
At the start of official competitive Vainglory seasons, SuiJeneris joined Hammers eSports to play on HH Force and switched roles again to play as a Roam. Playing with XenoTek and PONtheoriginal, the team just missed out qualifying for the Autumn Live Championships after getting knocked out in the round of 16 by Vertigo Black in a 3 game series.
SuiJeneris remained on HH Force until VGL Winter 2016 Qualifier 1 where they were again eliminated in the round of 16 by Nemesis Hydra in a 3 game series. HH Force disbanded shortly after the end of the first qualifier. In VGL Winter 2016 Qualifier 2, SuiJ joined Hammers Kinetic as the starting roamer and helped his team to a top 8 finish which was enough to qualify for the Winter Live Championships. At the Winter Live Championships, Kinetic finished 5th overall, narrowly missing a chance to qualify for the top 4.
In the Spring season, SuiJ remained on Kinetic and played with two new additions Ttigers and gabevizzle. In their first official qualifier playing together, the team won VGL Spring 2016 Qualifier 1 after beating their sister team Hammers Velocity in the semi-finals and GankStars Sirius in the finals. Hammers Kinetic made it to the top 8 in VGL Spring 2016 Qualifier 2, but lost 0-2 to Noble eSports. Kinetic again qualified for the Spring Live Championships by finishing 1st in the first qualifier, and went on to finish top 4 at the Spring Championships.
SuiJeneris competed with Hammers Kinetic again in the Summer Season in both Evil Eight splits with new teammates Pontheoriginal and Micshe. Kinetic finished 5th in split one, narrowly escaping relegation to challenge battles as they built synergy with their new roster. However, they rebounded in split 2, finishing 3rd overall. With their performance in split 2, Kinetic qualified for their third straight live championship.
- Favorite foods are Thai Drunken Noodles and Pho Dac Biet.
- Work at Apple as a Senior Manager and GM
- Has a twin brother who also plays Vainglory
- Grew up in Hawaii, went to middle school with Bruno Mars
- Starting playing as a laner for VIP, then as a jungler for Nemesis, and now a roamer for Hammers eSports