Shin "SangHo" Sang Ho is a StarCraft progamer from South Korea who played Protoss for eSTRO.
He currently plays Protoss in StarCraft II and is teamless.
SangHo was accused during the Match Fixing Scandal of 2010 but was found innocent. However, the fact that he was accused combined with his father falling ill made him retire. He currently writes a column called "Sangho's Viewpoint" on dailyesports.
|2019-05-07||13 - 16th||Major||CasterMuse StarLeague||0-2||Grp S.|
|2008-08-13||17 - 28th||Premier||2008 Incruit OSL||1-1||Grp S.|
|2008-03-08||25 - 32nd||Premier||2008 GOMTV MSL Season 4||0-2||Grp S.|
|2007-11-17||17 - 24th||Premier||2007 GOMTV MSL Season 3||1-2||Grp S.||$805|
|Complete list of results in any tournament|
- together with Cool vs. Max and PianO (eSTRO vs. Hanbit) on Seongangil, 2007 Shinhan Bank Proleague Round 2, 2007-12-05
- In an epic 2v2 for the ages, SangHo wins by himself against 2 Hanbit players after his teammate is eliminated. Great teamwork on both sides and features a massive amount of Zerglings.
- vs. Guemchi on Heartbreak Ridge, 2009 Gyeongnam STX Cup Masters, 2009-08-10 - A very interesting game between two upcoming Protosses where they end up trading Bases.
- SangHo on Match-Fixing - An article and interview with Shin Sang Ho by Daily E-Sports; translated by Carnivorous Sheep. [2010.06.14]