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[e][h]Protoss InCa
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Song Joon-hyuk
July 23, 1991 (age 31)
Approx. Total Winnings:
Years active:
2010 - 2013
2010-??-?? — 2012-05-15
2012-10-06 — 2012-10-25
2012-12-27 — 2013-07-31
Recent Matches
InCa Protoss South Korea
South Korea Zerg Shine
2013-07-11 00:01:18UTC  
InCa Protoss South Korea
South Korea Zerg s2
2013-04-11 05:32:59UTC  
InCa Protoss South Korea
South Korea Protoss Stork
2013-04-11 05:32:57UTC  
InCa Protoss South Korea
South Korea Terran Kong
2013-04-11 05:32:53UTC  
InCa Protoss South Korea
South Korea Protoss MasterE
2013-01-31 03:34:53UTC  

Song "InCa" Joon-hyuk (born July 23, 1991) is a retired Korean Protoss player.


InCa started his professional career as a member of the team Old Generations. On 11 May 2012, InCa was left teamless at oGs's disbandment.[1] On 5 October 2012, he joined apeX Esports.[2] He left the team only a few weeks later, along with teammates VINES and TOP, after their announced participation at 2012 DreamHack Open: Bucharest was cancelled at the last minute.[3][4]

On 27 December 2012, it was announced that InCa joined team AZUBU.[5] He became teamless again on July 31, 2013 as he left AZUBU,[6] and retired from professional Starcraft.

Wings of Liberty[edit]

InCa first gained prominence after his run in the 2010 TG Sambo Intel Starcraft II Open Season 1. He made it to the Round of 8 before losing to FruitDealer. InCa qualified again for GSL Season 2, becoming among the final Protoss players remaining in the Round of 16. He was defeated by Genius 1-2. InCa was one of the 16 invitees for the GOM TV All-Stars Invitational 2010.

InCa was surprisingly unable to qualify for the last open season, GSL 3, and partly because of this, he, alongside oGs teammate TOP attended the global DreamHack Winter 2010 tournament in Sweden.[7] InCa survived the group stages but was eliminated 1-2 by TOP himself in the Round of 16.

Code S[edit]

In the first GSL Code S tournament in January, InCa finished 3rd in his group after quickly dispatching San, but losing two sets to teammate NaDa. InCa easily defeated BanBans 2-0 in the up/down matches to keep Code S status. The following season in GSL5, InCa yet again finished 3rd in his group with a 1-2 record, with a victory over MarineKing. In the May season of GSL, InCa made it out of his group 2-1, dropping a game to Rain, and then managed a very unexpected undefeated run to the final, by defeating players such as Killer and NaDa. In the finals, however, he was be swept 0-4 by NesTea and finished second.

In the 2011 July Code S group stages, InCa lost to both Kyrix and MC. He would participate in the Up and Down Matches and be demoted to Code A after losing to aLive and KeeN.

InCa will be back in Code S in the 2012 GSL Season 1.

Code A[edit]

In GSL August Round of 32, InCa had his first match versus DongRaeGu. There he went 0-2, his second loss on the new map Antiga Shipyard, and would be knocked out of Code A.

After missing GSL October, InCa qualified for GSL November. In the round of 48 InCa faced off against Noblesse beating him 2-1 and advancing to the round of 32. In the next round he was eliminated by TaeJa with a score of 2-0. InCa's placement in GSL Season 1 depended on his performance vs Polt, LosirA, Virus, and Zenio in his Up & Down matches. Fortunately for him, he managed to place second in his group with a score of 2-2, therefore being promoted to Code S.

ESV TV Korean Weekly[edit]

On September 30, 2011, InCa participated in the ESV TV Korean Weekly Season 1 Weekly 11. After taking down CranK, Shuttle, GuineaPig, GuMiho and jookTo, InCa advanced in to the finals to face Sirius. In the finals, InCa defeated Sirius by a score of 4-1 and grabbed first place.


  • InCa made his fame as a PvP specialist with a winrate of better than 80%.
  • Went 0-9 against Zerg in televised matches before finally taking a game off Leenock who lost to him in GSL July's Up and Down matches.
  • Was one of the six Protoss, which made it to a GSL final (besides MC, Seed, Genius, Squirtle, and Dear).
  • Was well known for using Dark Templars.


In A1Premier Tournaments
2013-07-134th2013 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 1
0 : 5Incredible MiracleIncredible Miracle$494.45
2012-01-1217th - 24th2012 Global StarCraft II League Season 1: Code SOld GenerationsOld Generations1–2Grp S.$1,345.11
2011-07-0625th - 32nd2011 Global StarCraft II League July: Code SOld GenerationsOld Generations0–2Grp S.$1,400
2011-05-142nd2011 LG Cinema 3D Global StarCraft II League May: Code SOld GenerationsOld Generations0 : 4$18,000
2011-03-0117th - 24th2011 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Global StarCraft II League March: Code SOld GenerationsOld Generations1–2Grp S.$1,330
2011-01-0717th - 32nd2011 Sony Ericsson Global StarCraft II League January: Code SOld GenerationsOld Generations1–2Grp S.$1,345.05
2010-10-299th - 16th2010 Sony Ericsson StarCraft II Open Season 2Old GenerationsOld Generations1 : 2$1,780
2010-09-245th - 8th2010 TG Sambo Intel StarCraft II Open Season 1Old GenerationsOld Generations0 : 2$3,400
In A2Major Tournaments
2012-03-093rdIPL Team Arena Challenge 2
Old Generations
2 : 5New Star HoSeoNew Star HoSeo$375
In A3Minor Tournaments
2011-09-301stESV TV Korean Weekly S1W11Old GenerationsOld Generations4 : 1$100
Complete list of results in any tournament

Matches & VODs[edit]

Wings of Liberty[edit]

First Person View Match VODS[edit]



Matchup Statistics

 vs Protossvs Terranvs Zergvs RandomTotal
as Protoss51 - 3857.3 %51 - 2765.4 %29 - 6032.6 %1 - 0100 %132 - 12551.4 %

Earnings Statistics

1v1 Medal Statistics



  1. "oGs disbands, possibly to re-form under new banner". Retrieved 11 May 2012.
  2. Joachim R. "Hofven" Hofvenschiöld (6 October 2012). "A new Starcraft II team is born, apeX Esports". Retrieved 6 October 2012.
  3. "apeX players withdraw from DH: Bucharest". Retrieved 19 October 2012.
  4. [1]
  5. "AZUBU expands SC2 Roster". Retrieved 27 December 2012.
  6. "August Roster Updates for eSF Teams". Retrieved July 31, 2013.