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Player Information
Name: 한이석
Romanized Name: Han Lee Seok
Birth: November 16, 1992 (1992-11-16) (age 22)
Country: South Korea South Korea
Race: Terran
Team: StarTale
Alternate IDs: TSL.aLive, aLivefOu, STXfOu
WCS Rank (Points): #147 (200 points)
Links
Achievements
IGN ProLeague Season 4
History
2010-??-?? - ????-??-??

????-??-?? - 2012-01-18

2012-01-31 - 2013-02-11

2013-03-28 - 2013-12-13

2014-04-04 - 2014-07-31

2014-10-14 - Present


Han "aLive" Lee Seok is a Terran player from South Korea, currently playing for StarTale.

Biography[edit]

Wings of Liberty[edit]

aLive qualified for the final open season of GSL, then on team fOu. He defeated Zenio before dropping to July in the round of 32. His finish in the tournament allowed him to play in the GSL Code A Tiebreaker where he went 3-1 to qualify for the first season of Code A. In 2011, aLive began playing for TSL and has since been a key player in the GSTL, performing 3-kills of both Prime and fOu. After some controversy, aLive left Team SCV Life in January 2012 and was later officially signed by Fnatic.[1][2]

Global StarCraft II League[edit]

Code A[edit]

aLive has consistently played in Code A for the first three seasons. He finally advanced past the Round of 16 in GSL May by eliminating BoxeR, 2-0. In the Up and Down Matches, he lost 1-2 to ByuN but later defeated Check 2-0 to advance into Code S.

Code S[edit]

In the 2011 July Code S group stages, he went 0-2 and participated in the Up and Down Matches for a second time. In the Up and Down Matches, he was able to go 3-1, losing only to KeeN, qualifying him for the August Code S season.

In GSL August, he went 1-2 in his group, defeating TOP in his first game but losing to Ryung in the winners match, then losing the rematch to TOP in the final match. These results kept him his Code S spot, but he was not able to advance to the Ro16. aLive found himself in third place of his group in GSL October, therefore keeping his Code S spot for the next GSL. In the Ro32 of GSL November, he went 2-1 in group H, losing to Mvp, then beating MarineKing and Curious. It made him qualify for Ro16 group B, where he defeated his teammate Killer and Oz, going 2-0 in his group. He played Leenock in Ro8 but lost 0-3.

In GSL 2012 Season 1, he went 2-1 in his group, only losing a game to MarineKing and beating both Happy and Brown. Moving on to the Ro16, he won his group by beating both Curious and GuMiho 2-0 and made it into the Ro8 of Code S for his second time. There he defeated MMA 3-1 to advance to the Semifinals. In GSL 2012 Season 2, aLive went 0-2 in his group, losing to both July and Zenio.

Global StarCraft II Team League[edit]

2011 GSTL February[edit]

On February 7, 2011, for the 2011 GSTL February, Team SCV Life sent out aLive as their second player against Prime. The score was tied at 1-1 for both teams at that point. aLive took out Polt, Check, and MarineKing and gave TSL the victory at a score of 4-1.

On February 9, 2011, for the 2011 GSTL February, Team SCV Life sent out aLive as their third player against StarTale. The score was in favor for ST at 2-0 at that point. He wasn't able to take out ST's AcE and allowed ST to further their lead to 3-0.

2011 GSTL March[edit]

On March 21, 2011, for the 2011 GSTL March, Team SCV Life sent out aLive as their second player against fOu. The score was in favor for fOu at 1-0 at that point. aLive took out Oz, Leenock, and TheBest and put TSL in the lead by a score of 3-1. fOu sent out sC next and aLive wasn't able to defeat him. aLive's loss lessened TSL's lead to 3-2.

2011 GSTL May[edit]

On May 16, 2011, for the 2011 GSTL May, Team SCV Life sent out aLive as their final player against fOu. The score was in favor for fOu at 3-1 at that point. aLive took out GuMiho and Leenock and tied up the score at 3-3. fOu sent out sC next and aLive wasn't able to defeat him. aLive's loss allowed fOu to grab the victory by a score of 4-3.

2011 GSTL Season 1[edit]

On August 19, 2011, for the 2011 GSTL Season 1 Group A, Team SCV Life sent out aLive as their final player against F.United. The score was tied at 3-3 for both teams at that point. aLive took out ThorZaIN and gave TSL the victory by a score of 4-3.

On September 29, 2011, for the 2011 GSTL Season 1 Playoffs, Team SCV Life sent out aLive as their final player against Prime. The score was tied at 4-4 for both teams at that point. He wasn't able to take out Prime's Creator and allowed Prime to grab the victory by a score of 5-4.

2012 GSTL Season 2[edit]

On June 4, 2012, for the 2012 GSTL Season 2 Round 1, Fnatic sent out aLive as their final player against Team SCV Life. The score was in favor for TSL at 4-3 at that point. He wasn't able to take out TSL's Symbol and allowed TSL to grab the victory by a score of 5-3.

On June 6, 2012, for the 2012 GSTL Season 2 Round 1, Fnatic sent out aLive as their second player against IM-SK. The score was tied at 1-1 for both teams at that point. He wasn't able to take out IM's YongHwa and allowed IM to take the lead at 2-1.

On June 15, 2012, for the 2012 GSTL Season 2 Round 2, Fnatic sent out aLive as their final player against Prime. The score was in favor for Prime at 4-3 at that point. aLive took out Creator and BBoongBBoong and gave Fnatic the victory at a score of 5-4.

On June 29, 2012, for the 2012 GSTL Season 2 Round 2, Fnatic sent out aLive as their second player against MVP. The score was in favor for MVP at 1-0 at that point. aLive took out finale and Monster and gave Fnatic the lead at 2-1. MVP sent out Sniper next and aLive wasn't able to defeat him. aLive's loss allowed Prime to tie up score at 2-2.

On July 13, 2012, for the 2012 GSTL Season 2 Round 2, Fnatic sent out aLive as their final player against SlayerS-EG. The score was in favor for SlayerS-EG at 4-2 at that point. aLive took out CoCa and Miya and allowed Fnatic to tie up the score at 4-4. SlayerS-EG sent out Ryung next and aLive wasn't able to defeat him. aLive's loss allowed SlayerS-EG to grab the victory by a score of 5-4.

ESV TV Korean Weekly[edit]

On June 15, 2011, aLive participated in the ESV TV Korean Weekly Season 1 Weekly 1. After taking down Legend, Shuttle, Frozen, Seed, and TaeJa, aLive advanced in to the finals to face Tassadar. In the finals, aLive defeated Tassadar by a score of 4-1 and grabbed first place.

On February 1, 2012, aLive participated in the ESV TV Korean Weekly Season 2 Weekly 2. After taking down Jinro, Fairy, Seal, and Ryung, aLive advanced in to the finals to face TaeJa. In the finals, Leenock defeated TaeJa by a score of 4-1 and grabbed first place.

From February 13 to February 16, 2012, aLive participated in the ESV TV Korean Weekly Season 2 Grand Prix #1. To start off the tournament, aLive was placed in Group F. After advancing through his group with a score of 3-0, aLive advanced in to the second group stage. aLive was placed in Group B for the second round. After advancing through his group with a score of 3-1, aLive advanced in to the playoffs. In the playoffs, aLive defeated Life and then went on to face TaeJa. for aLive, he wasn't able to advance any further and fell to the 3rd/4th place match after losing to TaeJa by a score of 1-3. He was able to defeat Tiger by a score of 3-1 and grabbed third place.

Outside Korea[edit]

aLive participated in the NASL Season 1 Open Tournament, where he placed second behind teammate PuMa. Although not qualifying directly for the NASL Grand Finals, he was invited to attend after Strelok dropped out due to visa-related issues.[3] aLive fell to DarKFoRcE 1-2 in the first round.[4] aLive also played in the Open Bracket of MLG Orlando.[5] He managed to make it into the semifinals of the Upper Open Bracket before falling to inori. He won his next match in the Lower Bracket before falling to Polt 0-2, ending his MLG Orlando run. In 2012, aLive participated in IGN ProLeague Season 4 and went on to beat the likes of MMA, NesTea, MarineKing and Squirtle en route to his first major championship.

IGN ProLeague[edit]

IPL Season 3[edit]

From September 3 to September 4, 2011, aLive participated in the IPL Season 3 Qualifier 2 aLive started off from the Round of 64. aLive defeated TAiLS, RainBOw, SarenS, Stephano, and Polt, in order to advance in to the finals to face Ryung. He wasn't able to defeat Ryung and ended up taking second place after losing by a score of 0-1.

IPL Season 4[edit]

On February 11, 2012, aLive participated in the IPL 4 Online Qualifiers 1. aLive started off from the round of 64 and defeated CranK, Heart, Life, DongRaeGu, GanZi and then advanced in to the finals to face PuMa. aLive was able to defeat PuMa by a score of 2-0 and finished in first place. The first place finish qualified aLive for the IGN ProLeague Season 4.

OnGameNet Star II League[edit]

2012 OSL Non-KeSPA Preliminaries[edit]

On July 2, 2012, aLive participated in the 2012 OSL Non-KeSPA Preliminaries. aLive received a BYE in round one and then took down Brave, Terius, BBoongBBoong, and faced CoCa in the finals. He was not able to advance any further and had to take 2nd place after he lost to CoCa by a score of 1:2.

Heart of the Swarm[edit]

After aLive left Fnatic, he joined Evil Geniuses on March 28, 2013[6]

2013 StarCraft II World Championship Series[edit]

Season 1[edit]

aLive participated in the 2013 WCS Season 1 America: Premier League Qualifier on April 20 and 21, 2013. After losing to his teammate Oz 2-0 in the winner's bracket, he was able to qualify for Premier league by defeating MacSed 2-1 in the loser's bracket.

aLive played his Ro32 Group for WCS America Premier League Season 1 on May 2, 2013 against HerO, KiLLeR, and MajOr. He was able to advance in second place behind the eventual champion HerO. He advanced from his Ro16 group with a walkover against viOLet and a 2-1 victory against Polt. In the Ro8 he was matched up against CranK. aLive defeated him by a score of 3-0 and advanced to the Ro4, where he was defeated 3-1 by his teammate Revival. His top 4 finish qualified him for the WCS Season 1 Global Finals.

At the Season 1 Global Finals, aLive was placed in a group with Soulkey, Stephano, and TLO. After losing to Soulkey 2-0, aLive was able to advance in second place by defeating both Stephano and TLO with 2-0 scores. In the Ro8 he was matched up against INnoVation and lost 3-0 to be eliminated.

Season 2[edit]

aLive was placed in Group F of Premier League for the Ro32 for WCS America Season 2. aLive lost to Sage but defeated Suppy twice to advance to the Ro16. There aLive once again advanced second in his group, losing to TaeJa but defeating DeMusliM and Minigun by 2-0 scores. He was matched up against Scarlett in the Ro8 but lost 3-0. In the consolation bracket to determine qualification for the Season 2 Global Finals aLive defeated Oz 2-0 but lost to Jim 3-1 meaning he did not qualify for the Global Finals and ended the season with a 6th place finish.

However, Jim could not attend the Global Finals due to visa issues, and was replaced by aLive. [7],[8] There he was placed in his Ro16 group with Scarlett, Maru, and MMA. He was able to defeat the reigning WCS Korea champion Maru as well as Scarlett by 2-0 scores to advance first from his group. This made him the only player to make the Ro8 of the Global Finals in both Season 1 and Season 2 of WCS. In the Ro8 he was matched up against First and was defeated 3-2.

Season 3[edit]

aLive was placed in Group D for the Ro32 of WCS America Season 3 against Hack, ByuL, and Arthur. He was defeated by both Hack and Arthur and fell out of Premier League in the Ro32.

aLive then played in WCS America Challenger League to try to reclaim his spot in Premier for the next season. He forfeited his bracket match against State which caused him to fall to the Group stages. However, he was able to advance from his group undefeated by beating Lucky and Petraeus 2-0. However, because of the changes to the WCS system for 2014 this did not automatically qualify him for Premier League of WCS America Season 1 of 2014.

WCS 2013 Global Finals[edit]

aLive earned enough WCS Points to get the 13th seed in the 2013 WCS Global Finals at Blizzcon. He was matched up against Polt in the Ro16 and was defeated 3-0.

2014 Starcraft II World Championship Series[edit]

Due to the changes in the WCS system, aLive had to play a Bo5 in WCS America Challenger League to advance to Premier. He played KoMA on January 22, 2014 and won 3-0 to advance to Premier League.

aLive was placed in Group F of WCS America 2014 Season 1 Premier League with TaeJa, CranK, and MajOr. He was defeated 2-0 by both CranK and TaeJa causing him to fall out of Premier League in the Ro32.

Other Tournaments[edit]

aLive was invited to participate in IEM Season VIII Shanghai on July 26, 2013 due to his WCS point ranking at the time. He won his Ro16 group by defeating Oz 2-1 and MacSed 2-0. In the Ro8 he was matched up against MC where he lost 3-1.

aLive participated in the 2012-2013 Proleague Season playing for team EG-TL. He began play in Round 4 and finished the season with an overall 6-7 record in Proleague.

aLive was released from EG on December 12, 2013 because EG felt that they didn't need such a large Korean roster when they would not participate in Proleague in 2014. [9]

Trivia[edit]

  • Beat IdrA in a Best of 7 Showmatch in under 30 Minutes.[10]

Achievements[edit]

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-06-02 World Championship Series A33 - 4th 2013 WCS Season 1 America Premier 1 : 3 Zerg Revival $7,000
2012-05-05 Iron Squid A44th Iron Squid – Chapter I 2 : 3 Zerg NesTea $2,500
2012-04-08 IGN ProLeague A11st IGN ProLeague Season 4 3 : 0 Protoss Squirtle $40,000
2012-02-23 GOMTV Global StarCraft II League A33 - 4th 2012 Global StarCraft II League January 0 : 3 Protoss Genius $4,455
In Minor Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2014-08-08 A22nd Dragon Invitational Tournament #4 2 : 3 Protoss San $500
Complete Results in any Tournament

Championships[edit]

IGN ProLeague IGN ProLeague
IPL Season 3
Preceeded By:
France Zerg Stephano
IGN ProLeague Season 4
8 April 2012 – 2 December 2012
South Korea Terran aLive
IPL Season 5
Succeeded By:
South Korea Zerg Leenock

WoL Matches[edit]

Interviews[edit]

2013[edit]

2012[edit]

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