North American esports organization TSM announced today that front row player Ho “Huni” Seung Hoon has decided to retire from the competitive scene after seven and a half years of amazing League of Legends career.
Huni has played in several LCK, LEC and LCS leagues as well as many of the top League of Legends teams including Fnatic, Immortals, SK Telecom T1 and TSM. In a long career that began in 2015, the South Korean top laner boasts three World Championship appearances, a 2017 Mid-Season Invitational with T1, and several regional trophies won in both Korean (LCK) and European (LEC) ) championships. .
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His journey ends today due to persistent wrist discomfort that has plagued him for several years. Recall that last month, Huni decided to take a step back from his starting position in the TSM LCS roster due to the recurring wrist problems that have plagued him since his time with Immortals. The injury, which at first seemed minor, gradually became more serious than expected. The 24-year-old was forced to cut back on training and games just to ease the pain.
Huni is likely to continue working in the esports industry as he was officially named TSM’s head coach during this hiatus period.