|Alternate IDs:||FnaticYellOwStaR, SK YellOwStaR, aAa YellOwStaR, M YellOwStaR|
|Birthday:||February 15, 1992|
|Peak League:||Diamond I (EUW)|
|Peak Elo:||2318 (EUW)|
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YellOwStaR's first gaming experience came at a very early age; he was two years old when he played on the Megadrive. At 6 years of age, he transitioned into PC gaming and, upon playing StarCraft for the first time, stuck to the RTS genre. In 2002, he switched to WarCraft 3 due to his brother's insistence. It took him 3 years to step into WC3's competitive scene and make a name for himself under the monikers Unlucky.power and Psyko. He started off as an Undead player but changed to Night Elf mid-way through his WC3 career. In 2009, he was introduced to League of Legends by his brother and has stuck to it ever since.
 Season 1
Bora became a professional in the scene by being picked up to play for eSports organization, Against All Authority in September 2010. They were able to compete and make a better name for themselves at the IEM Season V - LoL Invitational in Germany, placing 2nd after losing to team MyRevenge. His team then went on to play at the biggest event at the time, the Riot Season 1 Championship in June 2011. They were able to make it out of groups after a relegation match to advance, winning over Team gamed!de. In the semifinals, YellOwStaR fought against the American powerhouse Team SoloMid, and were able to best the US players to go on to the winner finals bracket. Facing off against the former familiar lineup of MyRevenge, now Fnatic, aAa were unable take 1st, losing 2-0. They then went up again versus Team SoloMid to determine 2nd place and repeated winning over the American team, taking silver in the tournament.
 Pre Season 2
After the championship, Bora with his teammates left aAa to join new team Millenium. He played in few major tournaments, such as IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Cologne where they played 4th but left the team to rejoin a reformed aAa.
 Season 2
YellOwStaR's team played in IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Kiev January 2011. At this event, against All authority would place third in Group B, going 1-2 by defeating Sypher while falling to Moscow Five and Dignitas. As they were unable to reach top two in their respective group, aAa was eliminated after group stage, going home with a 5th-6th place finish. Their next premier tournament performance occurred at the IEM Season VI - World Championship, where they would make it out of the group stage, to win against SK Gaming the lose versus American teams Team Dignitas and Counter Logic Gaming, eventually taking 4th at the event. Tension and rocky performances at tournaments in the months after led for YellOwStar and his bot lane support partner, nRated to leave aAa and rejoin Millenium in June 2012. The bot lane for the team was short lived as both players decided to leave the team after a month, with Bora going to play for long established European organization, SK Gaming.
His first event with the team was European Challenger Circuit: Poland where they made it past groups, but lost their match against CLG Europe but were able to best Team Curse EU to achieve 3rd in the tournament. YellOwStar with his team were granted a huge opportunity to play in the Season Two Regional Finals held in Cologne where the top 3 placing teams would be flown to Los Angeles for the Season 2 World Championship for a chance to play $1,000,000 grand prize. SK went an undefeated 4-0 winning a spot in the finals, besting Team Acer Poland and CLG Europe. They faced the fairly new team Moscow Five who had been dominant in tournaments since emergence. Bora and his team were unable to take a game in the set going, 2-0 but still placed 2nd and granted a spot for a trip to Los Angeles.
The Season 2 World Championship was held in October of 2012. The event proved to be a disappointment for YellOwStar and company as they went a winless 0-3 in groups, going home with a 11th-12th placing.
 Pre Season 3
After finding success with SK, YellOwStaR departed the team in December 2012 and was quickly picked up by Fnatic as their AD, reuniting with old teammate, nRated and sOAZ. In January 2013, his new team had a chance to participate in Riot's new competitive league for upcoming Season 3 for NA and EU, the Riot League Championship Series, but had to play for a spot at the Season 3 Europe Offline Qualifier; which he actually qualified to already play when in SK Gaming. Fighting out of the group stage and into the quarterfinals, the new crew were able to best MeetYourMakers in a 2-0 set to win a spot in the league and the chance to be part of an extremely important successful project in League of Legends.
 Season 3
With the North American and European community extremely excited for the amped up events of LCS, Season 3 began with Riot's new league of a 10 week series with the continent's best teams playing against another. Fnatic became the most consistently powerful team throughout the series, with YellOwStaR and nRated being their formidable bot lane; the team ended the 10 weeks on top with a intimidating record of 22-6. Bora and comrades had automatically reclaimed their spot in the league for the summer split when going into the Season 3 Spring Playoffs. Being a favorite in the playoffs, the team showed their consistent strong playstyle, winning 2-1 vs Evil Geniuses, placing themselves in the finals against other favorite, Gambit Gaming. In a close set of games, Fnatic were able to best the Russians, winning 3-2 and the $50,000 1st prize.
- Replaced Rekkles during the Season 3 LCS pre-season.
- Known for winning with his famous Ashe arrow at Riot Season 1 Championship, which Phreak dubbed "the most legit arrow of [his] life," overtaking bigfatlp's arrow from WCG 2010. A clip of the arrow is recorded and can be seen on youtube by clicking here
- Won the French Warcraft 3 ESWC finals in 2009. He faced Stephano, now a professional StarCraft II player, in the final games.
 LCS Statistic
|2013-04-28||LCS Europe Season 3 Spring Playoffs||Fnatic 3 : 2 Gambit Gaming|
|2013-01-20||IEM Season VII - Global Challenge Katowice||Fnatic 1 : 2 Azubu Blaze|
|2012-11-04||ASUS ROG Paris Games Week 2012||Fnatic MIX 2 : 0 GSU Gaming|
|2012-08-19||Season Two Regional Finals||SK Gaming 0 : 2 Moscow Five|
|2012-07-29||European Challenger Circuit: Poland||SK Gaming 2 : 1 Team Curse Europe|
|2012-05-16||Corsair Vengeance Cup||against All authority 0 : 2 Moscow Five|
|2012-04-01||Absolute Pro League: March||against All authority 1 : 2 CLG Europe|
|2012-03-17||HeartoWin Cup||against All authority 2 : 0 Absolute Legends|
|2012-03-10||IEM Season VI - World Championship||against All authority 1 : 2 Counter Logic Gaming|
|2011-06-20||Riot Season 1 Championship||against All authority 1 : 2 Fnatic|
- December 8th - WCG : Soaz et Yellowstar - League of Legends (French video) with aAa
- March 4th, 2012 - YellOwStaR: "The European teams won't be a problem" with Fragster
- March 6th - HotshotGG and Yellowstar - Interview at IEM Hannover with Intel Extreme Masters
- March 7th - Interview League of Legends: YellowStar from aAa (French video) with eSahara
- April 8th - Interview with aAa ad carry, YellOw with Team Dignitas
- August 15th - SK's Araneae & YellOwStaR preparation talk with ESL
- August 20th - SK LoL Gamescom Interview 2012 (video) with SK Gaming
- January 20th, - RAKAKA Interviews YellowStar – IEM Katowice (video) with RAKAKA.se
- June 11th - Cyanide and YellOwStaR after the break with Fnatic