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Player Information
Romanized Name:
Jeon Tae-yang
September 18, 1994 (1994-09-18) (age 25)
Alternate IDs:
By.Baby, Siz)Sun, BaBy, TYTY
Total Earnings:
Approx. Earnings 2020:
EPT Korea rank:
EPT Circuit rank:
World Electronic Sports Games 2016Intel Extreme Masters
× 1
2006-??-?? — 2011-09-??
2011-11-04 — 2013-07-10
2013-07-10 — 2013-08-31
2013-09-16 — 2016-10-18
2017-05-11 — 2019-11-28
2019-12-22 — 2020-04-06

Jun "TY" Tae Yang, also known as "BaBy", is a StarCraft progamer from South Korea who is currently teamless.

He played his first StarCraft II official match during the hybrid 2011-2012 Proleague Season 2.


TY was one of the youngest, if not the youngest progamer ever, having been drafted by team WeMade FOX at age 12.[1] Roughly two years later, TY made his first appearance in a televised match, during the GOMTV TG Sambo-Intel Classic Season 1 where he managed to win in the two first rounds.[2] He then started to appear in Proleague on a regular basis, showing average performances. The young player eventually made a name for himself in 2009, when he reached the round of 16 of the 2009 GOMTV Averatec Intel Classic Season 3, defeating JangBi in the process. TY finally made a strong result in the OSL as well in early 2010, as he made it to the round of 16 of the 2010 Korean Air OSL.

Wings of Liberty[edit]

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TY played his first StarCraft II official match during the hybrid 2011-2012 Proleague Season 2.

OnGameNet Star II League[edit]

2012 OSL KeSPA Preliminaries[edit]

On July 19, 2012, TY participated in the 2012 OSL KeSPA Preliminaries. TY received a BYE in round one and then took down Sacsri, Motive, and faced firebathero in the finals. After taking down firebathero by a score of 2:0, TY advanced in to the 2012 OSL KeSPA Dual Tournament.

2012 OSL KeSPA Dual Tournament[edit]

On August 7, 2012, TY participated in the 2012 OSL KeSPA Dual Tournament. TY took down BeSt in game one, and then advanced in to the winners bracket to face Classic. TY failed to take down Classic and fell in to the final bracket. TY faced ZerO in the final bracket and advanced in to the 2012 SC2 OSL Season 1 with a total score of 2-1.

Global StarCraft II League[edit]

TY made his GSL debut in GSL Season 4, where he made it into Code A through the preliminaries, beating YongHwa in the final round. There, he would face Bomber in the first round and get knocked out with a score of 1-2 to drop him back into Code B. However, TY was seeded into Code S in the following GSL.[3]

In GSL Season 5 TY would drop out of his Code S group 0-2, in last place. In the Code A round of 48 he would defeat Brain 2-0 and move on to face Flash in the Round of 32. He beat him 2-1 and moved on to face Symbol, whom he defeated 2-0 and therefore TY advanced into Code S once again.

Heart of the Swarm[edit]


Despite being a Code S regular at the end of Wings of Liberty, TY had trouble adapting to the new expansion. Thus, he did not qualify for any premier HotS event in 2013.

After TY's contract with Jin Air Green Wings expired at the end of August, he did not re-sign with them, thus he became a free agent. After negotiations, KeSPA announced on September 16 that he has signed with KT Rolster.[4]


After signing with KT Rolster, TY showed extremely strong performances in Proleague, becoming a regular starter for KT during the 2014 Proleague. Most notably, TY posted a perfect 7-0 record in 2014 Proleague: Round 1. As a reward for this, TY was send to his first foreign tournament, the 2014 DreamHack Open Bucharest. There, he was widely regarded as a favourite to win the entire tournament. However, in just one of several upsets of the weekend, he fell 1-2 to MC in the round of 16, while fellow KeSPA representative RorO failed to make it to the playoffs.

Around the same time, TY was also able to qualify for the 2014 Global StarCraft II League Season 2 Code A, but he did not advance to Code S instead he fell back to Code B. This meant that TY had to requalify for the next season of GSL which he was able to accomplish. This time he was even able to advance to Code S for the first time in Heart of the Swarm.

In the Proleague 2014 finals between KT Rolster and SK Telecom T1, TY clinched the win for KT Rolster with a proxy 2-rax build against Classic's Nexus first build.

In the end of the year TY participated in his second foreign tournament, HomeStory Cup X. There he was undefeated during the Ro32 and Ro16 but in the quarterfinals he lost 0-3 against Losira.

TY also participated in the 2014 Hot6ix Cup, but was already eliminated in the group stage.


Despite losing his starting spot in 2015 Proleague to the newly acquired Life, TY had a great start to 2015, qualifying for both the 2015 Global StarCraft II League Season 1 Code S and the newly established 2015 StarCraft II StarLeague Season 1. In SSL, TY dropped out early in the Ro16 group stage not winning a single map, but in GSL, TY had a great run to the quarterfinals. There he lost 0-3 to MMA, this was his however best individual result to that point.

Unfortunately, TY was not able to repeat these results in the next season, as he did not qualify for SSL and was already eliminated in the Ro32 of GSL.

In season three of GSL this year, TY was not even able to qualify for Code S, losing to Losira in Code A. But as a consequence, TY was able to fully concentrate on the 2015 StarCraft II StarLeague Season 3, where he had an amazing run to the semifinals and fell only short of the finals losing to ByuL in a nail biting 3-4 series. This marked TY's best result in premier Korean events.

In addition to his success in Korean leagues, TY participated in the IEM Season X - Shenzhen, where he reached the semifinals as well.

Legacy of the Void[edit]


TY had a good start to LotV, and unlike his switch to HotS, he found immediate success in the new game. The first big event he participated in was the SanDisk SHOUTcraft Invitational II. In the Ro8, he swept Rogue 3-0. The semifinals were a lot closer, but TY still won 4-3 against ByuN. In the finals he met Solar, who was considered to be one of top players in LotV at that point. Solar confirmed his good form and defeated TY 4-1.

TY was also invited to the first LotV premier tournament, the DreamHack ROCCAT LotV Championship. In the group stage, TY surprisingly lost to Lilbow and Nerchio and was almost eliminated there. In the end, TY still advanced as second and won two matches in the playoffs before losing to PartinG, finishing 5-6th.

After these foreign events, TY qualified for both weeks of the 2016 Global StarCraft II League Pre-Season, which was the first official LotV competition in Korea. In the first week, TY lost to herO, who later went on to win this week, in the Ro16. The second week was much more successful for TY as he went on a 7-map winning streak against Soulkey, Hurricane and Bunny. In the finals, he had to play against MyuNgSiK. TY closely won the first two games and it looked like he would secure the win and the Code S seed, but with some aggressive two-base Warp Prism play, MyuNgSiK was able to win three maps in a row, leaving TY at the second place. This meant that TY just fell short of a Code S seed, and that he would have to participate in the Code A qualifiers later that month. He easily went through said qualifier and faced Patience in Code A.


In GSL Season 1 Code A, TY defeated Patience 3-1 and advanced to Code S where he faced DeParture, Trap and Super in his group. TY's first opponent was DeParture whom he defeated quite easily. In the winners match of his group he won against Trap 2-0 therefore advancing to the round of 16.

In the GSL Group Selection, TY was the last player to be picked, in Group D together with Dear, Bunny and MyuNgSiK. His first opponent MyuNgSiK won map one on Dusk Towers, but TY was able to take the next two maps and advance to the Winner's Match against Dear. TY lost the first map in a back and forth game on Dusk Towers. He was not able to take back the second game and thus fell to the Decider's Match with MyuNgSiK. The first game on Dusk Towers was a long drawn out macro game featuring Carriers and Nukes which he won. Then, TY was able to win the second game, thus advancing to the Ro8 where SKT's Dream was waiting.

Prior to his quarterfinals matches, TY was in a losing streak in Proleague, losing four games in a row to Bunny, Maru, ByuL and Trap. Contrary to his rather disappointing previous result, TY won his GSL Ro8 match with a set score of 3-0. His semifinals opponent was Cure. Both of them were fighting for the chance to go to the GSL finals in the first time in their life. Many expected this series to be closer than his previous series, however TY won with a set score of 4-0, not dropping a single map since Ro8 to go his first finals in 3060 days.

The one facing him was none other than his Protoss teammate, Zest, who advanced to the Finals dropping only one map. TY won the first game on Dusk Towers in a macro, back and forth game with his amazing multitasking ability.[5] However, Zest quickly grabbed the next map on Orbital Shipyard with a Dark Templar build and defended TY's build including a Thor drop on Prion Terraces. Down 2-1, TY decided to double Engineering Bay block Zest's expansion on Sky Shield. Zest stayed in the game despite his disadvantages, bringing it to a base trade, and eventually TY was able to win. Then, Zest won the next game on Rak'Shir, bringing the series to match point on Lerilak Crest. After mistakenly constructing a second Factory instead of a Starport, he tried to attack his opponent. However, with a stronger army, Zest was able to defend and went for a counter attack, which forced TY to tap out of the game. He took the second place with the set score of 4-2.

During the first ever Cross Finals, TY and Zest as the top 2 players of GSL teamed up as an Archon to take on Stats and Dark, the finalists of SSL. Team GSL emerged victorious with a 3-1 score. However, in the individual tournament of the Cross Finals, both players were defeated in the first round. TY took a narrow loss at the hands of Dark, who went on to lose the finals against Stats.

Soon after, the qualifiers for SSL season 2 took place. TY advanced to the Challenge stage without much trouble, defeating his opponents Forte and RagnaroK with no map losses. For Challenge, TY was put into a group with Trap, soO, Cure, Bomber and Hush. He was the only player to advance to the Main Event completely undefeated and was put into a group with Reality, Patience and Cure. Following a win against Reality, a narrow loss against Patience and a second win against Reality, he advanced to the Ro8, where he was once again defeated by Dark in a series of drawn-out macro games.

Around the same time, TY had advanced to the Ro16 of the second GSL season of the year with two victories over Impact and a loss against sOs. As the runner-up of the first season, TY was a seeded player in the Ro16 group selection and had the liberty to pick his first opponent. He originally picked TaeJa, who then picked GuMiho to join the group and it was Classic who completed it. However, Zest as the reigning champion had the power to two exchange players, and swapped Rogue to TY's group for TaeJa, looking to make his own group easier. Regardless, TY advanced from his group in first place with wins over Rogue and GuMiho, while Zest was eliminated from Code S at the hands of TaeJa. In the Round of 8, TY faced Dear, a very good friend of his. After a chaotic series with many mistakes from both sides, TY was once again narrowly eliminated.

Over the course of 2016, TY was a key player in KT Rolster's endeavors in the final season of Proleague. He played in nearly every match, and although his record ended up at only 14 wins and 13 losses, his importance for the team was obvious. The most impactful win TY took that season was the ace match against his team's long-time rivals SK Telecom in the playoffs, allowing his team to face Jin Air Green Wings in the finals. There, TY lost to Maru after a failed proxy banshee rush. KT Rolster lost 0-4 in extremely disappointing fashion. A bit over a month later, it was announced that Proleague was officially discontinued. Following the news, most Korean teams opted to disband, including KT. After 3 years on the team, TY was left teamless.

However, he, Stats and Zest still had KT's support for a few events. KeSPA Cup, HomeStory Cup XIV, WESG 2016 Asia-Pacific Qualifier and the 2016 WCS Global Playoffs. He qualified for KeSPA Cup after defeating aLive and two lesser known players. In the group stage, he faced TRUE, Pet and (then-CJ) herO. His mech builds proved extremely effective against the two Zergs, allowing him to advance in first place with no map losses. He would then go on to face Zest, who came off of back-to-back wins against reigning GSL champion ByuN in his group. Despite this, TY completely overwhelmed Zest and won 3-0. His run came to an end at the hands of Trap instead, who secured himself a 3-2 victory after a scrappy game on Dasan Station, but would eventually lose the tournament finals to Neeb.

At the Global Playoffs, TY found himself in a group with 3 Zergs. His countryman Solar, and the two best Polish Zergs, Nerchio and Elazer. A relatively easy first win against Nerchio, who was caught off guard by a hellion/banshee opening, was followed by a loss on New Gettysburg. TY had a sizable advantage, but Nerchio turned the game around with a single successful counterattack, picking TY's mech style apart in the late game. TY managed to close out the series on Galactic Process after a 35 minute late game clinic. Surprisingly, his opponent in the winners' match was not Solar, who had just recently won SSL on the back of his ZvZ, but instead Elazer. The young Polish player went for two quick cheeses, hoping to surprise his opponent. TY easily defended both rushes, winning the series in under 10 minutes and advancing to the Ro8. There, he crossed paths with ByuN, but he was unable to stop the eventual champion.

As one of the two players coming out of the Korean Qualifier, TY was considered a heavy favorite in the WESG APAC Qualifier. In the Korean qualifier, he had taken out Rogue, soO, GuMiho and INnoVation losing only a map to GuMiho. At the APAC Qualifier itself, TY was even more dominant, as he took first place with not a single map lost even against fellow Korean Maru.

HomeStory Cup XIV marked the final time TY competed representing KT Rolster. Coincidentally, it was also one of his weakest tournament performances all year. Having lost his baggage after flying to Germany[6], TY struggled in the opening round, dropping a map to HateMe and two against Namshar, though he advanced in first place in the end. In the Round of 16, he was grouped with Patience, uThermal and, once again, Zest. A loss against Patience was followed by a win against uThermal, once again forcing a showdown between Zest and TY to decide who advances. After a scrappy series, Zest emerged victorious.

TY failed to qualify for the first WCS tournament of 2017, IEM Gyeonggi, losing in all 3 qualifiers. However, he ended the year on a positive note, as he managed to advance into the first season of the 2017 GSL after defeating Hush.


In mid-January, TY played the WESG 2016 Main Event. He finished first in his group with a score of 4-1 in matches, only losing to Kelazhur after his first place was already secured. He won both his following matches, the quarterfinal against Stephano and the semifinal against Neeb, convincingly with 3-0 scorelines. In the finals, he faced the only other Korean at the tournament, Maru, who had not dropped a single map up until that point, going 16-0 in maps coming into this final. TY quickly took the initiative with a proxy banshee build, similar to the Proleague finals. This time, it worked, and the advantage he gained was too big for Maru to recover from. Every following game was close, and after 4 map they were tied at 2-2. TY tried to take back the lead by proxying 2 barracks in the center of Whirlwind, and although he was not able finish the game with this strategy, he dealt enough damage to take an advantage big enough to allow him to win the game. Going into the sixth map, TY was now at match point leading 3-2, but Maru took the game on Newkirk Precinct and they were tied again. That meant the entire tournament would be decided on the seventh and final map, Habitation Station. After killing Maru's first reaper and one of his cyclones, TY opted for an early reaper, cyclone and viking push, rallying marines and tanks across the map. As Maru's natural command center was destroyed, he was left with no choice but to tap out. WESG 2016 was his first premier tournament win in nearly eleven years of progaming, he had played BroodWar since 2006 before switching to SC II, after coming closer and closer in the last years, most notably placing second in 2016 GSL Season 1.

The following week, TY advanced from his GSL group in first place defeating Armani and Solar. TY entered the group selection for the Ro16 as the highest seeded player, giving him the right to make the first pick as well as getting the opportunity to swap two players after all groups are made. Showing no hesitation whatsoever, TY chose aLive, who had just recently TvT'd his way into the IEM Season XI World Championship, to be the first player in his group. aLive then selected ByuL to join them in the next round of picks. Finally, ByuL chose Stats to join the group as the last player after TY pressured him into it. Against the usual trend to use the right of the highest seed to make their own group easier, TY opted for a gamble. He left his own group as it was, but switched around Ryung and INnoVation. He reasoned that Dark and INnoVation, two of the players he considered the most dangerous, were now in the same group and could eliminate each other, making the tournament easier to win in the long term. While this plan was partially successful with TY advancing in first place from his group and the elimination of Dark, TY was unable to close out his Ro8 match against soO despite taking a quick 2-0 lead.

Two weeks following his defeat at the hands of soO, the IEM Season XI World Championship began in Katowice. TY had qualified through the American qualifier following wins against Dear, Zest and Losira. For the main tournament, TY's round of 24 group included himself, Stats, jjakji, aLive, Neeb and Harstem. Losing his first match against Stats after a very close final game on Proxima Station put TY on the back foot early, and he ended up only narrowly advancing, defeating jjakji, Harstem and Neeb, but also losing to aLive. In the next round, TY once again was matched against Zest. He took the series, which featured Zest bizarrely not transitioning from the adept/phoenix composition even in a nearly 20-minute game, with a 3-1 score and went on to face GuMiho. After the first two games ended in scrappy basetrades with each player taking one, GuMiho took control of the series as he dominated in the 3rd game. Things looked bad for TY going into game 4. However, in a series of fortunate events, a double drop GuMiho had gotten into TY's main undetected retreated after GuMiho scanned and saw that TY had units in position, and flew right into TY's viking fleet. TY pushed his advantage for the win, bringing the series to game 5 on Abyssal Reef. GuMiho sought to take the initiative with a reaper proxy, and although TY scouted it and denied most of the damage, GuMiho still took a lead. He relentlessly tried to push this advantage, but a lack of efficiency caught up with him as TY evened out the game, and the series culminated with a disastrous doom drop attempt easily shut down by TY.

In the semifinals, TY had to play aLive, who was on an absolute hot streak in the tournament. aLive went into the match as the player who eliminated INnoVation, the tournament favorite[7], and the only player who came out of the group stage with no matches lost. aLive wanted to take the initiative early on, starting the series with a two barracks reaper proxy. TY defended easily, and liberator harass left him with an advantage aLive couldn't recover from. In game 2, aLive saw through TY's attempt to play greedy and took a lead with an early tank push, and eventually he closed out the game. On Cactus Valley, TY tried to return the favor for game 1, going for his own 2-rax reaper proxy in the center of the map. aLive, however, took no damage and got himself ahead. TY attempted to fight back, but aLive crushed his doom drop to decide the game. Going into game 4, TY had his back against the wall once more in this tournament. He denied aLive any damage from his early reaper/hellion poke and his cloaked banshees, then crushed aLive's first marine/tank/raven push and closed the game out with overwhelming force. Game 5 on Abyssal Reef saw another role reversal between the two players. As aLive opted to go for an early 3rd command center, TY upon scouting it immediately moved out and denied aLive all mining in his natural expansion, destroying 20 SCVs in the process. Under pressure, aLive send a double drop across the map, looking to equalize the damage. The game became extremely scrappy from there, with either player holding the advantage at times. In the end, TY crucially intercepted three full medivacs, taking an army supply lead aLive didn't have the means to make up for with his economy reduced to one mining base. aLive was forced to tap out, and TY advanced to the finals where he would face Stats.

On Newkirk Precinct, Stats displayed superior multitasking, as his adepts were ravaging TY's mineral lines, disruptors were landing devastating hits on TY's units, eventually making the Terran run out of steam. The second game saw Stats once more opt for the adept/phoenix composition that had brought him success in many previous games against Terran. However, TY played defensively, and hit a timing with ghosts and 2-2 upgrades just before Stats finished Psionic Storm. What followed on Abyssal Reef was without a doubt the best game in the series. Stats had once more opted for adept/phoenix, and TY once again responded by playing defensively and teching up to ghosts. Unlike previous game, this time it went the distance, featuring storm, colossi, ghosts, vikings, ranged liberators and even some tempests. TY gained small advantages over time by continuously denying bases, and the game culminated in a big battle near the center of the map that TY won convincingly.

Stats immediately struck back, taking their game on Paladino Terminal in very quick fashion after opening with a pylon rush and a proxy stargate. In retaliation, TY executed a tank push on Bel'Shir Vestige with surgical precision as early probe damage had rendered Stats practically helpless against the attack. Employing the exact same build, TY tried to finish it quickly in game 6, however, Stats defended everything, taking essentially no damage from the early harass and the tank push. Realizing their inability to finish each other, both players geared up for the late game. It looked like TY secured a critical advantage as TY destroyed both of his opponent's forges, denying his 2-2 upgrades moments before completion, while TY's own 3-3 was well on its way. However, TY got overeager after getting this advantage. He attempted to siege Stats' fourth base with his fleet of ranged liberators, but most of their bio support had died. Stats took the opportunity, destroying the army and TY's outlying expansions. With no way to recover from his deficit, TY tried one last desperate counterattack, but Stats shut it down, bringing the series to game 7. On Cactus Valley in vertical spawning positions, TY opted for another tank push, however, one that hit much quicker than the previous variants and included a raven. Stats was not ready for this, and as both his natural and third expansions fell, he was forced to submit game, series and tournament to TY.

After nearly 11 years without a Premier championship, in the first 3 months of 2017, TY won two tournaments, over 300,000$, more than 4000 WCS points and became the first player to secure his position in the 2017 WCS Global Playoffs. However, TY struggled to really keep this momentum going. TY didn't manage to get into the returning SSL Premier, only qualifying for Challenge. He also didn't manage to qualify for the newly established VSL, although in both instances the qualifiers took place just days after his victory at IEM. In late March and early April respectively, TY qualified for both the 2nd season of GSL and the first Super Tournament of 2017. However, a 2-0 loss to Creator in the qualifiers for the former left his fans questioning his form, and a one-sided 3-0 defeat at the hands of herO in the latter reinforced those concerns.

As of April 1, 2017, TY has played two matches in SSL Challenge, a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Classic, a series most notable for TY's battlecruiser play, and a sound 2-0 victory over Bunny, putting him in second place for his group.


  • His Korean name, 태양 (TaeYang), means "sun".
  • Although TY plays with the standard mouse/keyboard setup optimized for right-handed people, he is actually left-handed. He started playing that way in his childhood, and because his body got used to it over time, there are no negative effects on his play.[8]
  • He lost his first official StarCraft II match against Flash.
  • TY was placed first in TeamLiquid's first LotV Community Power Rank.[9]
  • In early 2016, the Korean fandom started a long-running joke of creating alter egos for players who were showing inexplicably bad performances. It first started when TY suffered several ridiculous defeats in the Gold Series International 2016: All Star Challenge. Trying to explain the cause of TY's sudden loss of form, fans theorized the existence of a doppelganger called John Sun (존썬), who had hijacked TY's body and was sabotaging his games.
  • In 2016 GSL Code S Season 1, he made his first finals appearance in over 3060 days.
  • He is the second Terran player to reach the GSL finals since Mvp in 2012, the first being INnoVation.
  • His GSL final against Zest was the first GSL final not featuring a Zerg player since Seed vs MC in 2012.
  • TY won the WESG 2016 Asia-Pacific Qualifier tournament without dropping a single map, going 15-0.
  • Won his first premier tournament 11 years after starting to play Starcraft professionally.
  • He is a big fan of soO. According to himself, before his Ro8 match against Dear in the second season of the 2016 GSL, soO appeared to him in a dream and told him not to lose.[10]
  • Following his WESG and IEM Championships, TY became the 5th highest earning StarCraft II player of all time.[11]
  • TY is one of the Four Horsemen of Terran, alongside INnoVation, Maru, and ByuN.[12]
  • Since mid 2019 he is a commentator for the GSL. [13]


Date Tier Tournament Team Award Prize
2019-05-11 A1Premier Global StarCraft II League NesTea Award $0


In A1Premier tournaments
2019-10-062nd2019 AfreecaTV GSL Super Tournament 20 : 4 Dark$4,183
2018-09-152nd2018 Global StarCraft II League Season 3: Code S3 : 4 Maru$14,071
2018-06-133 - 4th2018 Global StarCraft II League Season 2: Code S3 : 4 Zest$7,035
2017-11-043 - 4th2017 WCS Global Finals2 : 3 Rogue$42,000
2017-08-062nd2017 GSL vs the World0 : 4 INnoVation$13,400
2017-07-303 - 4thIEM Season XII - Shanghai2 : 3 herO$2,000
2017-03-051stIEM Season XI - World ChampionshipZZZZZ4 : 3 Stats$100,300
2017-01-151stWorld Electronic Sports Games 2016ZZZZZ4 : 3 Maru$200,000
2016-10-033 - 4th2016 KeSPA Cup2 : 3 Trap$4,072
2016-05-22 3 - 4th2016 WCS Korea Season 1 Cross Finals2 : 3 Dark$0
2016-05-012nd2016 Global StarCraft II League Season 1: Code S2 : 4 Zest$16,920
2015-09-033 - 4th2015 StarCraft II StarLeague Season 3/Main Event3 : 4 ByuL$4,061
2015-07-193 - 4thIEM Season X - Shenzhen0 : 3 PartinG$2,000
In A2Major tournaments
2019-06-302ndHomeStory Cup XIX3 : 4 Serral$2,500
2019-01-191stNeXT 2018 Winter3 : 2 Solar$5,852
2019-01-103 - 4thMaster's Coliseum 40 : 3 PartinG$500
2016-11-143 - 4thStarCraft II Cataclysm Tournament: The BeginningZZZZZ2 : 3 Zest$429
2016-11-121stWESG 2016 - Asia-Pacific QualifierZZZZZ3 : 0 Maru$12,058
2016-05-232nd2016 Kung Fu Cup Season 13 : 4 Stats$4,408
2015-11-152ndSanDisk SHOUTcraft Invitational II1 : 4 Solar$5,000
2014-12-174thKung Fu Cup 2014 #1- : W Sen$489.67
2014-10-214thWECG 2014: South Korea Qualifier0 : 3 Sora$0
2013-07-272ndTaiwan eSports League 2013 TWOP0 : 3 Genius$1,003
In A3Minor and A5Monthly tournaments
2020-04-051stIntoTheAlphaX Pro Circuit4 : 1 Cure$400
2019-12-222ndAlpha Pro Series Xmas Showdown0 : 4 Impact$300
2018-11-281stBallistix Brawl: Season 4 Finals4 : 3 aLive$800
2018-04-151stMemes & Dreams Invitational4 : 3 Solar$800
2018-02-102ndRavenZ Cup VIII1 : 4 soO$100
2015-12-262nd2016 Global StarCraft II League Pre-Season Week 22 : 3 MyuNgSiK$421
Complete Results in any Tournament

Team Achievements

In A1Premier tournaments
2019-08-181st2019 GSL vs. The World: Teams Competition5 : 3$827.38
2017-08-061st2017 GSL vs. The World: Teams Competition7 : 1$0
2016-09-032nd2016 SK Telecom Proleague0 : 4$2,598.57
2016-05-22 1st2016 WCS Korea Season 1 Cross Finals3 : 1
2014-08-091st2014 SK Telecom Proleague4 : 2$5,272.22
In A2Major tournaments
2014-02-111st2014 Proleague: Round 14 : 0$1,556.25
In A3Minor tournaments
2018-12-211stBJ Destruction Match Season 24 : 3$1,110
2018-01-221stBlazing Series : Dream3 : 1$100
In Premier/Major Team Leagues
Complete Results in any Tournament


World Electronic Sports Games World Electronic Sports Games

Preceded By:
World Electronic Sports Games 2016
15 January 2017 – 18 March 2018
South Korea  TY
World Electronic Sports Games 2017
Succeeded By:
South Korea  Maru
Intel Extreme Masters Intel Extreme Masters
Season XI - Gyeonggi
Preceded By:
South Korea  INnoVation
Season XI - World Championship
5 March 2017 - 30 July 2017
South Korea  TY
Season XII - Shanghai
Succeeded By:
South Korea  Rogue

Matches & VODs[edit]

Greatest Matches[edit]

Wings of Liberty[edit]


Legacy of the Void[edit]


First Person View Match VODS[edit]







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