Soulkey joins SK Telecom T1
The Korean Zerg will now be playing for SK Telecom T1.
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It was announced late last night that Kim 'Soulkey' Min Chu, formerly of Woongjin Stars, would be playing under the SK Telecom T1 banner for the 2013/2014 ProLeague Season.
Soulkey has joined SK Telecom T1. Woongjin Stars left with effectively no players: http://t.co/QmowXJzDD9— TeamLiquid (@TeamLiquidnet) December 13, 2013
Kim is, simply put, a powerhouse. The list of accolades he's earned in 2013 is matched by few. Take a look at some of his wins below:
|Place||Tournament Name||Amount Earned|
|1st||World Cyber Games||$30,000|
|1st||WCS Korea Season One||$20,000|
|2nd||WCS Season Three Finals||$20,000|
|3rd/4th||WCS Season One Finals||$10,000|
|3rd/4th||WCS Korea Season Three||$7,000|
Kim's addition to SKT1 make them a favorite as we head into the ProLeague season.
Woongjin Stars, now left with no players, will disband.
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