The legendary bottom lane player Bae “Bang” Jun-sik has joined his former team T1 as a streamer.
South Korea’s T1 are the most successful League of Legends team in the world, considering their international performance. Throughout all these years, Bang was an important part of the roster and won many titles within the organization. He announced his retirement a while ago and now Bang is back on the scene with T1 but this time as a streamer.
Bang’s professional career started with NaJin Shield back in 2012. After spending a year with NS and Xenics Blast, he joined SK Telecom T1 and spent more than 4 years of his career with the organization. with T1, he won Champions 2015 Spring Playoffs, Champions 2015 Summer Playoffs, LCK 2016 Spring Playoffs, and LCK 2017 Spring Playoffs. On top of his regional achievements, Bang has also won the Worlds and MSI trophies twice, also reached the finals of both tournaments two times.
After leaving T1, Bang moved to North America and joined 100 Thieves, where he spent a year without success. He then signed a contract with Evil Geniuses before moving back to his home country to join Afreeca Freecs. He failed to impress his fans during his time at North America. Bang also failed to achieve anything worthy under Afreeca Freecs. The team ended the LCK 2021 Spring with 5 wins and 13 losses before getting benched. He announced his retirement a while ago and now he will pursue his esports career in the entertainment sector.
Bang’s legendary support Wolf is also a streamer for the organization. T1 had already signed their ex-player on a streaming contract and now with Bang joining, the bottom lane duo has reunited once again after years. The famous duo will continue their streams under the T1 organization’s brand.