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[e][h]Protoss Snow
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Jang Yoon Chul
April 1, 1993 (age 30)
Alternate IDs:
Approx. Total Winnings:
Approx. Winnings 2023:
Sanpao StarLeague Spring Cup Season 1ASTL Season 1KCM Race Survival 2020 Season 3Sanpao StarLeague Spring Cup Season 2KCM Race Survival 2022 Season 2Sanpao StarLeague Spring Cup Season 4KCM Race Survival 2023 Season 1StarCastTV Star League Season 1
2008-??-?? — 2010-10-12
2010-10-12 — 2011-05-08
2011-05-08 — 2013-05-28


Jang "Snow" Yoon Chul is a StarCraft progamer from South Korea who played Protoss for CJ Entus.

He played Terran for CJ Entus in StarCraft II.


Snow made his first professional appearance in the 2008/09 GOMTV Avaratec-Intel Classic Season 2 where he was eliminated in the second round, making his Proleague debut almost one year later with a loss against Bisu in round 6 of the Shinhan Bank Proleague 08-09. Snow began to show his potential 2010 Shinhan Bank Winners League where he went 5-5, defeating players such as go.go and Jaehoon but it was in rounds 4 and 5 of the 2009-2010 Shinhan Bank Proleague where Snow truly rose to prominence. Finishing the season with a 16 - 8 record, including a perfect 8-0 versus Terran, Snow defeated several ace players including Flash, Leta and Kal. Snow's emergence was a driving force behind CJ Entus's qualification for the play-offs after their poor early season results, however CJ were unable to advance past the first round, with Snow losing to Bisu in the ace match of game 3.

2010 also saw Snow qualify for his first Starleague, the Korean Air OSL 2, where he lost 2-1 to Really, one month later he participated in his first MSL, the Bigfile MSL, again losing out in the first round to Mvp and Kal. To date, Snow's best Starleague performance came in the PDPop MSL where he advanced to the round of 8 before being narrowly eliminated by Jaedong in a thrilling 3-2 series.

Snow was unable to replicate his scintillating 2009-2010 form in the 2010-2011 Shinhan Bank Proleague, managing a solid, yet unspectacular, 16-15 record and ending the season with consecutive losses to SK Telecom T1 rookies yeOngJae and Perfective.

In March 2015, Snow enlisted in the military to fulfill South Korean conscription requirements, while returning to Afreeca in December 2016.[1][2]


  • Holds the record for most Reaver-kills in a televised match. In his n.Die_soO on July 17th 2010, one Reaver killed 72 enemy units.

Matchup Statistics[edit]

Matchup Games Wins Losses Winrate
vs P 270 163 107 60.4 %
vs T 710 472 238 66.5 %
vs Z 807 417 390 51.7 %
All 1818 1080 738 59.4 %


2023-06-141stShowm. (Maj.)Major Proleague: June 14, 2023
Team ATeam A
2 : 0
Team BTeam B
2023-04-021stPremierSanpao StarLeague Spring Cup Season 4Sanpao StarLeague Spring Cup Season 44 : 3$2,909.84
2022-01-292ndPremierSanpao StarLeague Spring Cup Season 3Sanpao StarLeague Spring Cup Season 33 : 4$2,360.10
2021-02-081stPremierSanpao StarLeague Spring Cup Season 2Sanpao StarLeague Spring Cup Season 25 : 1$3,876.75
2020-08-021stPremierASTL Season 1ASTL Season 1
Carariyo BuffalosCarariyo Buffalos
4 : 2
AfreecaTV HeroesAfreecaTV Heroes
2020-03-181stPremierSanpao StarLeague Spring Cup Season 1Sanpao StarLeague Spring Cup Season 15 : 4$2,858.85
2019-09-012ndPremierASL Season 8ASL Season 80 : 4$8,287
2019-05-313rd - 4thPremierKSL Season 3KSL Season 30 : 4$5,379
2018-05-272ndPremierASL Season 5ASL Season 51 : 3$9,319
2017-09-041stQual. (Prem.)AfreecaTV Starleague Season 4: Busan QualifierAfreecaTV Starleague Season 4: Busan Qualifier2 : 0-
Extended list of results
  • PDPop MSL Quarterfinal appearance
  • Shinhan Bank Proleague 09–10 Rookie Award

Earnings Breakdown[edit]

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