He retired from professional play following an injury. Lustboy started gaming at the age of 7 with the first installment of the Starcraft SC1 franchise from Blizzard Entertainment. However, this was well after the game became competitively popular in South Korea. As he phrased it:.
TSM Lustboy: "The biggest problem is that the players don’t have enough faith in each other."
We cross-referenced this report with the league-recognized League of Legends esports contract database , on which Ssong is no longer listed under the TSM roster. TSM missed the split finals last spring for the first time since the LCS officially began 11 splits ago. In fact, they even missed the semifinals due to being knocked out in the first round by Clutch Gaming. TSM is a championship team, and when the situation becomes desperate enough, championship teams make big changes to try to bounce back. If TSM has their way, this coaching shift will do the same for them. This does seem like the right move, too.
He wanted to be unpredictable, never wanting to do the same thing twice. He eventually began playing League of Legends in , and while playing, he met Cpt Jack and Helios. All three were eventually recruited into MiG Blaze. Lustboy joined MiG Blaze when the team was formed in November of Blaze attended Azubu The Champions Summer , this time ending in fourth after losing to Frost in the semifinals and losing to NaJin Sword in the third place match. Blaze won the tournament anyways with a victory over Sword. A few months later they attended IPL 5 but placed third in their group and were seeded into the loser's bracket. They made it to the third round but lost to Moscow 5. They still qualified for the Season 3 Korea Regional Finals but they lost to the Bullets in the first round. TV Champions Winter and once again Blaze met the Bullets in the quarterfinals, this time losing
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