Heo “Huni” Seung-hoon decided to step down from TSM’s active LCS roster due to wrist injuries and joined the organization’s coaching staff.
TSM have gone through rough times the last split and decided to make roster changes for the LCS 2022 Summer Split. Huni was also a part of the team that did not change but it lasted until a few days ago. The South Korean top laner decided to step down from the active lineup and joined the coaching staff. TSM have promoted Cheng “S0ul” Luo to the main roster and even got their third win of the split with the rookie.
TSM 2022 LCS Summer Split Roster
- Cheng “S0ul” Luo
- Mingyi “Spica” Lu
- Huang “Maple” Yi-Tang
- Tony “Instinct” Ng
- Jonathan “Chime” Pomponio
- Heo “Huni” Seung-hoon (Coach)
Before joining TSM, Huni played for many different teams including LCK’s T1. He first made his name known back in 2015, under the Fnatic jersey, and then joined Immortals. After spending a year with T1, he made his return to NA and played for Echo Fox, Clutch Gaming, Dignitas, and Evil Geniuses, respectively. On top of EU, NA, and LCK’s regional competitions, Huni had also competed on the international stage.
S0ul is his replacement until further notice and he has also competed under the TSM jersey this week. His professional career began in 2021 with SV Champions and then he spent a couple of months with Wildcard Gaming and Immortals AOE. He joined TSM Academy around 2 months ago and competed with the team for the academy team before being promoted to the main roster.
Huni’s wrist issues pushed him to make this decision and now he is ready to share his wisdom. He will continue to work for TSM until the rest of the season and try to help players. TSM have won 3 games and lost 6 so far, standing only 1 win away from the playoff bracket.