TusiN concludes his seven-year career, moves on to become a streamer

On Jan. 16, Park "TusiN" Jong-ik announced that he will be retiring through his Facebook page. With this announcement, TusiN will be concluding his seven-year career.

TusiN debuted in Incredible Miracle in 2014 and moved to Afreeca Freecs in 2017. With Afreeca Freecs, he reached the quarterfinals at the World Championship in 2018. Afterward, TusiN played in Kingzone DragonX and kt Rolster.

Below is a translation of TusiN’s full statement.

“It's been too late giving you the news. I haven't been on social media for a while. I'll be retiring. I debuted when I was 20 years old and now I'm already 27. Time goes by really fast. It was full of laughs and tears. There were a lot of ups and downs and I gained a lot of nicknames as well. From now on, I'll be streaming to find the next act of my life. Come and see the part of me that you haven't seen before. You'll be able to find me on Youtube and AfreecaTV. Thank you for cheering for pro gamer TusiN. You'll keep cheering for me, right?”



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