Lyn

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Lyn at WGL Winter 2019
Player Information
Name:
박준
Romanized Name:
Park Joon
Birth:
December 21, 1986 (1986-12-21) (age 33)
Country:
Race:
Orc
Status:
Alternate IDs:
DK.Lyn
PanDaLyn
Bless
不要问我我是谁
包子包子
咪咕猫
成都第一菜包子
SpeedHuman
checkpooh

ActionMask
BearPooh
Lof.Lyn
Yper.bzone.Lyn
Medias (Social & stream)
Achievements
NGL-One - Season 2 - Finals WarCraft III Champions League - Season XI Intel Extreme Masters Season II - Global Challenge: Los Angeles Make Games Colorful 2007 WarCraft III Champions League - Season XII IEM II - Global Challenge BlizzCon 2008 Electronic Sports World Cup - Masters of Athens 2008 World e-Sports Games: e-Stars 2009 Continental Cup BlizzCon 2009 WarCraft III Champions League - Season XVI Electronic Sports World Cup 2010 China Telecom Wuxi International eSports Champions Cup 2011 World Cyber Games  2011 G-League 2012 Season 2 World GameMaster Tournament 2013 WCA 2016 - CN vs. KR WCA 2016 NeXT 2018 Summer NeXT 2018 Winter WGL 2019 Winter NeXT 2020 Spring WGL 2020 Summer (Team)
History
200X-XX-XX - 200X-XX-XX
2004-XX-XX - 2004-XX-XX
2004-XX-XX - 2005-XX-XX
2005-04-19 - 2005-XX-XX
2005-XX-XX - 2006-XX-XX
2006-XX-XX - 2006-XX-XX
200X-XX-XX - 200X-XX-XX
2006-XX-XX - 2007-XX-XX
2007-07-30 - 2009-12-24
2010-01-06 - 2011-08-31
2011-09-10 - 2012-04-19
2012-05-24 - 2018-12-03
2018-12-04 - 2020-04-03
Profiles
warcraft3.info Lyn's profile

Park "Lyn" Joon (born December 21, 1986) is professional Korean Orc player.

Biography[edit]

Lyn is a successful Warcraft III player for the past few years, winning back-to-backs Blizzcons (Blizzon 2008 and Blizzcon 2009) as well as taking third in the World Cyber Games 2009 and 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]

On February 16, 2016, the Chinese Warcraft 3 newsportal replays.net hinted that Lyn was practising Warcraft 3 and looking to return to the tournament scene.[8] This was later confirmed as Lyn played the WCA APAC Qualifier and have since participated in most tournaments during the year 2016.

Trivia[edit]

  • He is originally from Seoul, South Korea.
  • He lives in Chengdu, China.
  • He played Terran in StarCraft II.

Achievements[edit]

Date Place Tier Tournament Team Result Prize
2020-06-16 A11st A1Tier 1 WGL 2020 Summer (Team) 3 : 2 $14,090
2019-11-30 A11st A1Tier 1 WGL 2019 Winter 3 : 1 Russia  Happy $35,576
2016-12-12 A11st A1Tier 1 WCA 2016 3 : 1 South Korea  LawLiet $21,706
2016-08-14 A11st A1Tier 1 WCA 2016 - CN vs. KR 58 - 31 $10,530
2011-12-11 A11st A1Tier 1 World Cyber Games 2011 2 : 1 China  Sky $10,000
2009-08-23 A11st A1Tier 1 BlizzCon 2009 2 : 1 Netherlands  Grubby $25,000
2008-10-12 A11st A1Tier 1 BlizzCon 2008 2 : 1 Spain  LucifroN $25,000
2008-03-09 A11st A1Tier 1 IEM II - Global Challenge 2 : 1 France  ToD $20,000
2007-11-04 A11st A1Tier 1 Make Games Colorful 2007 2 : 1 South Korea  Moon $10,000
2007-10-21 A11st A1Tier 1 Intel Extreme Masters Season II - Global Challenge: Los Angeles 2 : 1 South Korea  Lucifer $12,000
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

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