Lee Seung-Hyun (Korean: 이승현) is a former professional StarCraft II player from South Korea who played Zerg under the alias Life. He was on the Korean team Afreeca Freecs, which he joined in January 2016. He has also played for StarTale and KT Rolster. On April 21, 2016 South Korean prosecutors announced that they were charging Life, along with Bbyong, with matchfixing. He was convicted and sentenced to eighteen months in prison, suspended for three years, and fined 70,000,000 South Korean won. His WCS Championship was also stripped from him by Blizzard Entertainment, the publisher of Starcraft. ESPN named his match fixing the most disappointing event in ESports in 2016. 2012 TeamLiquid StarLeague 4 - Runner-up 2012 GSL Season 4 - Winner 2012 MLG Fall Championship - Winner 2012 GSL Blizzard Cup - Winner 2013 Iron Squid – Chapter II - Winner 2013 MLG Winter Championship - Winner 2013 DreamHack Open: Bucharest - 3rd-4th place 2013 IEM Season VIII - New York - Winner 2013 DreamHack Open: Winter - Runner-up 2013 ASUS ROG: NorthCon - 3rd-4th place 2014 Global StarCraft II League Season 1 - 3rd-4th place 2014 DreamHack Open: Bucharest - Winner 2014 IEM Season IX - Toronto - 3rd-4th place 2014 WCS Global Finals - Championship revoked after match fixing conviction.
Copyright 2019 puzzlefactory.pl. All rights reserved.