With 4 championships and 3 Worlds appearances from different regions, Huni has proven himself to be the best League of Legends player of his generation.
For gamers who have been following League of Legends tournaments for a long time, Huni is no longer a strange name because this guy regularly participates in Riot Games’ biggest international tournaments.
Recently, Huni has been injured and has been forced to take a break from playing before making the next decision in his career. Until today, TSM has announced that Huni has officially made the decision to retire after 8 years of working with League of Legends.
“Today, Huni has decided to retire.
A top fighter in top lane, a legend in all 3 regions, a champion. He has had a “terrible” career.
On behalf of the entire Esports League of Legends scene, thank you for everything, Huni.” – TSM posted a farewell post to Huni on this team’s Twitter.
Today, @Huni has decided to retire
In 2019, Huni is known as the first player to appear at Worlds as a representative from 3 different regions: Korea, Europe, and North America. Throughout his career, although his performance was “up and down” at times, but Huni proved his star quality with 8 years of playing, 549 games, 4 championships, 3 appearances at Worlds.
According to many fans, the biggest regret in Huni’s career is the final of Worlds 2017 – where he and SKT T1 suffered a bitter defeat against Samsung Galaxy.
After parting ways with League of Legends as a competitive player, Huni said he will still be active in the Esports industry, but what role will be revealed in the near future.
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