6 Korean Pro Gamers Who Are Considered The Top Visuals of E-Sports


Pro gamers are most often lauded for their extreme gaming knowledge and skill.

These 8 Korean pro gamers from various different games will prove that there are indeed visuals that can match or outmatch any idol in K-Pop! 

1. Stitch

His real name is Lee Chung Hee and he plays the game Overwatch professionally. 

He currently plays for the team RunAway and his role is the DPS. (Damage per second) 

He was born on March 21, 1997, in Yong-in, South Korea.

His favorite hobby besides gaming is to read poetry.

2. Fly 

His real name is Song Yong Joon and he plays the game League of Legends professionally.

He currently plays for the team Gold Coin United and his role is the mid laner.

He was born on February 25, 1996, in Cheong-ju, South Korea.

He is known to have some anger problems but has controlled himself a lot since “then” and many respect him for his personality change.

3. Rascal

His real name is Kim Dong Joon and he plays the game Overwatch professionally.

 He currently plays for the team London Spitfire and his role is the DPS (Damage per second).

He was born on July 23, 1998, in Namyang-ju, South Korea.

He recently joined his current team: London Spitfire in November 2017.He will be representing London for the Inaugural Season of the Overwatch League.

4. EscA

His real name is Kim In Jae and he plays the game Overwatch professionally.

He currently plays for Team AseL and his role is the DPS (Damage per second).

He was born on March 22, 1991.

Even though he enjoys playing Overwatch, he also loves to play H1Z1, a zombie survival game.

5. Flame (aka. Mr. Worldwide Handsome of League of Legends)

This Korean Pro Gamer Is The “Mr. Worldwide Handsome” of League of Legends

6. Mystic

His real name is Jin Sung Joon and he plays the game League of Legends professionally.

He currently plays for Team WE and his role is the AD (Attack Damage) role.

He was born on January 8, 1995.

He has a younger brother that was born in the year 2006! That’s an 11-year difference!

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