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An Van Le (Vietnamese: Lê Văn An, born June 22, 1994) better known as Balls, is an American League of Legends player who currently plays top laner for FlyQuest. As a member of Cloud9, Balls won the League of Legends Championship Series North America (NA LCS) several times and has played in the League of Legends World Championship every year of the tournament's existence. In May 2013, Cloud9 was created after Quantic Gaming dropped its LoL team. On April 21, 2016, Cloud9 created its Challenger team headlined by Hai and Balls.

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  • An Van Le (Vietnamese: Lê Văn An, born June 22, 1994) better known as Balls, is an American League of Legends player who currently plays top laner for FlyQuest. As a member of Cloud9, Balls won the League of Legends Championship Series North America (NA LCS) several times and has played in the League of Legends World Championship every year of the tournament's existence. In May 2013, Cloud9 was created after Quantic Gaming dropped its LoL team. On April 21, 2016, Cloud9 created its Challenger team headlined by Hai and Balls.
  • An Van Le (Vietnamese: Lê Văn An, born June 22, 1994) better known as Balls, is an American League of Legends player who most recently played professionally as the top laner for FlyQuest. As a member of Cloud9, Balls won the League of Legends Championship Series North America (NA LCS) several times and has played in the League of Legends World Championship every year of the tournament's existence. In May 2013, Cloud9 was created after Quantic Gaming dropped its LoL team. On April 21, 2016, Cloud9 created its Challenger team headlined by Hai and Balls.
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  • An Van Le (Vietnamese: Lê Văn An, born June 22, 1994) better known as Balls, is an American League of Legends player who currently plays top laner for FlyQuest. As a member of Cloud9, Balls won the League of Legends Championship Series North America (NA LCS) several times and has played in the League of Legends World Championship every year of the tournament's existence. In May 2013, Cloud9 was created after Quantic Gaming dropped its LoL team. On April 21, 2016, Cloud9 created its Challenger team headlined by Hai and Balls. On July 17, 2015, Balls was listed as a substituted of C9 Tempest, the Challenger Series team. In December 2016, the C9 Tempest roster and LCS spot was acquired by FlyQuest.
  • An Van Le (Vietnamese: Lê Văn An, born June 22, 1994) better known as Balls, is an American League of Legends player who most recently played professionally as the top laner for FlyQuest. As a member of Cloud9, Balls won the League of Legends Championship Series North America (NA LCS) several times and has played in the League of Legends World Championship every year of the tournament's existence. In May 2013, Cloud9 was created after Quantic Gaming dropped its LoL team. On April 21, 2016, Cloud9 created its Challenger team headlined by Hai and Balls. On July 17, 2015, Balls was listed as a substituted of C9 Tempest, the Challenger Series team. In December 2016, the C9 Tempest roster and LCS spot was acquired by FlyQuest.
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