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[e][h] Lyn
Player Information
Park Joon (박준)
(1986-12-21) December 21, 1986 (age 34)
Alternate IDs:
DK.Lyn, PanDaLyn, Bless
Total Earnings:
Military Service:
Years Active:
2010 - 2013
201?-??-?? — 201?-??-??
201?-??-?? — 201?-??-??
201?-??-?? — 2011-08-31
2011-09-10 — 2012-04-19
2012-05-24 — 2012-??-??

Park "Lyn" Joon is a retired Terran player and former Warcraft III player from South Korea, who played for Team DK. He returned to Warcraft III in 2016. [1]


Lyn was a successful Warcraft III player for the past few years, winning Blizzon 2009 as well as taking third in the World Cyber Games 2009 and 2010. Although active in Warcraft III, he and his WeMade FOX teammate Moon began to practice StarCraft II during late 2010. Lyn has enjoyed a highly successful Warcraft III career winning almost $150,000 between 2007 and 2009.[2]

On August 31, 2011, Lyn, along with the rest of the players of WeMade FOX, was left without a team, as WeMade Entertainment was closing its electronic sports program.[3] On September 10, it was announced that Lyn was joining the Chinese team PanDarea.[4]

On December 11, 2011, Lyn won the World Cyber Games 2011 Warcraft III event.[5]

On April 19, 2012, Lyn announced that he has left Team PanDarea due to not getting paid for 6 months and financial problems of the team.[6]

On May 24, 2012, it was announced that Lyn has joined Chinese progaming Team DK as a StarCraft II player.[7]

Wings of Liberty[edit]

Lyn was able to qualify for two of the three GOMTV Global StarCraft II League open seasons but didn't perform up to standard and was eliminated at the Round of 64 on both occasions. His two qualifications allowed him to gain Code A and participate in the first 2011 January GSL Code A Tournament. Lyn managed to reach the round of 4, besting Moon along the way, which allowed him to play in the Up/Down Placement matches for the February Code S tournament. He defeated Polt 2-0 and as such, is set to participate as a Code S player in the following season.


Lyn's debuted in Code S for GSL March. He advanced through the group stages with a 2-1 score and would eliminate Ensnare 2-0 in the Round of 16. anypro would ultimately defeat Lyn in the quarterfinals 3-1.

During GSL May, Lyn left the group stages in third place with a 1-2 score. In the up/down matches, Lyn was defeated by both Bomber and Ensnare to send him once again to Code A. He would later be removed from the GSL entirely by Tassadar in the first round.


Lyn was set to appear in G-League Season 2 after defeating XiGua, despite being sent to the losers bracket by him earlier. There, he managed to climb all the way to the finals and beat LoveCD to win his first title in SC2.

In the third season, he was unable to advance out of the group stage.

He qualified for NEO Star League Season 1 Round of 16, finishing the group stage with a strong 7-0 series record, but was then defeated 3-0 by the eventual 3rd place TooDming in the Round of 8.


  • One of the most successful Warcraft III players of all time, playing the Orc race.


In A1Premier tournaments
2011-01-203 - 4th2011 Sony Ericsson Global StarCraft II League January: Code A1 : 2 ByuN$717.36
In A2Major tournaments
2012-04-304thNVIDIA Gaming Festival 2012ZZZZZ1 : 2 Mvp$0
2012-01-131stWorld GameMaster Tournament 20124 : 1 XiGua$3,170
2011-10-151stG-League 2011 Season 23 : 0 LoveCD$23,550
Complete Results in any Tournament


Matchup Statistics

 vs vs vs Total
as 36 - 2262.1 %22 - 1855 %29 - 2059.2 %87 - 6059.2 %

Earnings Statistics