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[e][h] Trust
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Choi Sung-il
(1995-04-12) April 12, 1995 (age 26)
Alternate IDs:
ChoiCree (최크리)
Total Earnings:
EPT KR rank:
Years Active:
2013 - 2019
2021 -
2013-03-13 — 2015-11-26
2015-12-02 — 2016-10-18
2019-01-30 — Present
Recent Matches
Trust  South Korea0:2South Korea  NightMare
March 11, 2021 - 8:00 UTC
Trust  South Korea2:0South Korea  Apocalypto
March 11, 2021 - 8:00 UTC
Trust  South Korea0:2South Korea  Prince
March 11, 2021 - 8:00 UTC
Trust  South Korea0:2Mexico  SpeCial
March 10, 2021 - 8:00 UTC
Trust  South Korea0:2South Korea  Maru
March 10, 2021 - 8:00 UTC

Choi "Trust" Sung Il is a Protoss StarCraft II player from South Korea, currently playing for Team RevolutioN.

Wings of Liberty[edit]

Global StarCraft II League[edit]


On January 30, 2013, Trust participated in the 2013 GSL Season 1 Code A Qualifiers and after receiving a BYE in the Ro16, went on to take down dreamertt by a score of 2-0 in the Quarterfinals, Zero by a score of 2-0 in the Semifinals, and Lucky by a score of 2-1 in the Finals and went on to advance to Code A for the 2013 GSL Season 1.

On February 5, 2013, Trust debuted in the 2013 Global StarCraft II League Season 1 by playing in the Ro48 of Code A against AZUBU's Genius. Trust put on a dominating show and took down Genius by a score of 2-0 and advanced straight into the Ro32 of Code A, securing his spot for the next season of GSL's Code A.

Heart of the Swarm[edit]

Trust has not had much success in Heart of the Swarm, though he has been a Code A regular. He made it to Code S in the 2014 Global Starcraft II League Season 3 he lost to soO, beat Stork before being knocked out by DongRaeGu in very convincing fashion. He was not used much in the 2014 Proleague and finished with a disappointing 0-1 record.

Outside of the GSL he has not been seen in many tournaments, though Trust did have success in 2014 Red Bull Battle Grounds: Global Qualifiers 3 where he beat ByuL, Panic and herO. Unfortunately due to passport issues, Trust could not attend the main event.

Legacy of the Void[edit]

On December 2, 2015, it was revealed that following his departure from CJ Entus on November 26, he had joined KT Rolster.[1] That same month, Trust managed to qualify for the first season of 2016 for both Code A and SSL as one of two players of KT Rolster, along with Stats. In his qualifier bracket for SSL, he defeated particularly strong opponents such as Classic and Rogue. In Code A, he was matched against soO who he lost to 1-3, not making it to Code S. Meanwhile, about a week earlier he had lost his first match of the SSL to ByuL and was knocked to the losers bracket where he was to play Soulkey. He lost once again and was eliminated from both tournaments.

During the next season, Trust once again played in both the qualifiers for GSL and SSL. In GSL, he managed to go through Apocalypse before being knocked to the losers bracket by MC, only to defeat fattle and in the end MC to qualify for Code A. In SSL, he also managed to qualify through beating PolarBear, BrAvO and once again MC, only losing to GuMiho. In Code A, he was matched against former teammate SpeeD who he lost to 2-3 in a close match. The 6-player Round Robin format of SSL Challenge put him into a group with Classic, Hurricane, GuMiho, Curious and sOs. In his first 2 games he beat both Curious and GuMiho.


  • Gained the nickname "ChoiCree (최크리)" in the Korean community after the 2016 SSL S2 Challenge. The Challenge was held in a Round-Robin format divided into an afternoon session and an evening session. Trust won every single game in the afternoon session but went on to lose every game in the evening session, just barely making it onto the main tournament after a tiebreaker against sOs. The viewers concluded that Trust only wins when the sun is up but loses his powers when the sun goes down. McCree's quote, "It's high noon," had been localized into Korean as "The sun's going down (석양이 진다)" and the connection was instantly made.


In A1Premier tournaments
2016-07-149 - 12th2016 StarCraft II StarLeague Season 2: Main Event1-2Grp S.$3,585
In A3Minor tournaments
2014-11-201stLeifeng Cup 523 : 2 eMotion$50
2014-11-181stLeifeng Cup 503 : 1 Revival$50
Complete Results in any Tournament

Team Achievements

In A1Premier tournaments
2016-09-032nd2016 SK Telecom Proleague0 : 4$2,598.57
In A2Major tournaments
2017-04-282nd2017 VSL Season 1 - Team League3 : 4$332.50
2016-07-312nd2016 Proleague: Round 31 : 4$642.31
2016-05-212nd2016 Proleague: Round 23 : 4$524.92
2015-04-251st2015 Proleague: Round 24 : 3$1,548.51
2014-05-202nd2014 Proleague: Round 32 : 4$443.24
Complete Results in any Tournament



Matches & VODs[edit]

First Person View Match VODS[edit]


Matchup Statistics

 vs vs vs Total
as 159 - 13354.5 %151 - 14251.5 %157 - 18146.4 %467 - 45650.6 %
as 0 - 0-0 - 20 %0 - 0-0 - 20 %

Earnings Statistics