Dragon

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Player Information
Name: 전용수
Romanized Name: Jeon Yong Soo
Birth: April 17, 1989 (1989-04-17) (age 25)
Country: South Korea South Korea
Race: Terran
Alternate IDs: MioWeRRa, Jys, Seo Yeon Ji[1] NyangKoSenSe, MǂDragon, Seex King, BabyDragon, cDragon
Links
TLPD HotS TLPD International TLPD Korea Aligulac TeamLiquid.net Stream Twitch Stream Twitter TeamLiquid.net Profile Fanclub
History
N/A - 2010-10-24

2010-11-30 - 2012-01-16

2012-03-06 - 2012-12-03

2013-01-13 - 2013-04-01

2013-05-18 - 2013-12-06

Jeon "Dragon" Yong Soo is a Terran player from South Korea who is currently teamless. Dragon is a former Brood War player who played under the ID "Mio"[2], which he continued to use in StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty as a member of the clan WeRRa.

Wings of Liberty[edit]

2010[edit]

"Jys" up against NesTea in his first GSL

Three weeks after WeRRa's dissolution in October 2010, Dragon (under the name "Jys") qualified for the round of 64 in Season 3 of the GSL, showing remarkable play against Season 2 winner NesTea.[3] He was picked up for the SlayerS team shortly thereafter, along with former WeRRa teammate Cella.

BoxeR mentioned practicing with Dragon, then playing under the ID Seo Yeon Ji, to improve his TvT in a GSL Season 2 interview before Dragon finished his public service duties.[4]

Dragon was added to the SlayerS roster on November 30th, 2010.

2011[edit]

On September 16th, 2011, Dragon finished 2nd place in CraftCup #L90, defeating BabyKnight 2-0 along the way but falling 0-2 in the finals to Orly.

For some time, Dragon wasn't able to move into the SlayerS team house due to his work commitments. He stated on stream that he would enter the team house on October 26th, 2011, but wouldn't be allowed to stream anymore. As of December 2011, Dragon was back home, having resumed streaming again. Destiny announced a partnership where he would upload VODs of Dragon's stream.[5]

2012[edit]

Dragon left SlayerS to put aside professional gaming for a while to fully focus on work,[6] but after a change of mind decided to look for a new team.[7]

On February 5th, 2012, Dragon played against Cella in a best of 7 Playhem showmatch, defeating his opponent 4-0.

On February 28th, 2012, it was announced that Playhem would be sponsoring Dragon at IGN ProLeague Season 4.[8] He played in the open bracket and made it to the round of 16 before being eliminated by GanZi 2-0.

On March 5th, 2012, Dragon played against Golden in a best of 7 showmatch, taking two maps but falling to his opponent 4-2.

On March 6th, 2012, it was announced that Dragon had joined team Millenium.[9] On May 3, 2012, Dragon arrived at the Millenium team house to practice there for the months to come. He left the French team on December 3, 2012.[10]

Dragon played in the 2012 Global StarCraft II League Season 2 Preliminaries. He made it to the round of 8 in his group and was eliminated by LosirA 2-1.

Dragon was invited to the Lone Star Clash where he played viOLet in Round 1 and lost 2-0. He then dropped to the loser's bracket and was eliminated by Destiny 2-1.

On May 22nd, 2012, Dragon played against CatZ in a CSN Allstars best of 7 showmatch, defeating his opponent with a score of 4-2.

Dragon played in DreamHack Open: Summer 2012. He went undefeated with a score of 6-0 in Group Stage 1, defeating Zuth, Snute, and Megashira. In Group Stage 2, Dragon was eliminated from the tournament, defeating Fade 2-0 but falling 2-1 to both Cytoplasm and MorroW.

On July 25th, 2012, Dragon played against desRow in a best of 5 showmatch, winning the series 3-0.

Dragon participated in the Iron Squid King of the Hill, where he achieved a 3-match win streak, defeating DIMAGA 2-0, ToD 2-1, and CatZ 2-1 before falling to ForGG 2-0.

Heart of the Swarm[edit]

2013[edit]

On February 24th, 2013, Dragon played against White-Ra in a best of 7 Playhem showmatch, defeating his opponent 4-2.

Dragon joined Meet Your Makers along with fellow Korean and former WeRRA teammate PhoeNix. [11] He left MYM on April 1, 2013 after its SC2 team disbanded in order to focus on LoL.

On April 14th, 2013, Dragon reached the semifinals of an EnerJ Cup Series tournament, winning 6 rounds against opponents including Turuk and Noname before losing to DIMAGA 2-1 in the round of 4.

On May 18th, 2013, Dragon was announced to have joined the Clarity Gaming roster.[12]

On June 21st, 2013, Dragon played in HomeStory Cup VII. In Group Stage 1, Dragon defeated TLO 2-1. In the winner's match, Dragon lost to Seed 2-0, and was eliminated by TLO 2-0 in the final match of the group.

On June 28th, 2013, Dragon participated in the 2013 MLG Winter Championship, where he fell in Round 1 to CatZ with a score of 2-0. In the Loser's Bracket, Dragon defeated Mewtwo and binski before being eliminated by ThorZaIN 2-1 in Round 3.

On July 7th, 2013, Dragon reached the final round of the WCS America Season 2 Qualifier, winning ten consecutive games against Ranchinator, LaserJSC, Petraeus, SeleCT, and Comm before falling to Arthur 0-2.

On September 13th, 2013, Dragon played against hendralisk in a best of 7 showmatch, losing the series with a score of 4-1[13].

2014[edit]

On March 8th, 2014, Dragon participated in the No Dice Gaming Invitational #1, defeating South Korean player puzzle 3-2, before falling to TaeJa 0-4.

On March 29th, 2014, Dragon competed in the No Dice Gaming Invitational #2, losing to HyuN 2-0 in the first round before defeating Seed 2-0 and falling to puzzle 1-2 in the Losers' Finals.

Controversy[edit]

Using a smurf account, Seo Yeon Ji, Dragon participated in various online tournaments--in particular, A1 KotH, where he finished 1st in the September 2010 overall ranking. Based on this result, he was invited to play in the A1 StarCraft II Tournament #2 which invited the top 6 players from KotH along with 2 other players. In the first round of the tournament, Dragon played against TheStC and won. Soon after the match, TheStC wrote in PlayXP that “Seo Yeon Ji used absurd counter build order without scouting. I know that Seo Yeon Ji is MioWerra’s smurf account and MioWerra has been doing stream-cheating online.”[14]

After speaking with TheStC and members of WeRRa, Dragon publicly apologized to TheStC, members of oGs and WeRRa. After Dragon was accused of maphacking, streamcheating and match fixing on PlayXP-forums,[15] he then replied that "he was sorry for what he had done" but didn't go into detail which parts of the allegations were true. Later, when he joined SlayerS, he admitted maphacking when BoxeR asked him about the matter. Furthermore, he stated that he would “never dream of other tournaments, televised matches, or pursue a career as a pro-gamer.”[16] WeRRa’s clan master, Gundam, and vice clan master, Cella, also apologized publicly, and Dragon was expelled from WeRRa. WeRRa disbanded a month later, after another scandal surrounding its clan master, Gundam.

After being expelled from WeRRa, Dragon joined SlayerS clan. He succeeded in qualifying for GSL Season 3 in November 2010, which led to a public outcry. Despite public pressure, GOMTV took no action against him. After getting eliminated by NesTea in the first round, he wrote an apology for breaking his earlier promise. Mr. Chae also released a statement explaining GOMTV's stance on the matter.[17]

Trivia[edit]

  • Plays Random at a high Master level on the South Korean server.[Citation needed]
  • Enjoys trolling people in different server locations while streaming.
  • After each won game, Dragon will thumbs up for the camera and say "SUSSESS!" (Success) while moving his eyebrows up and down.
  • His trademark is ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ "EZ!"
  • Dragon is also known for saying "I Not Gay" to his viewers due to the numerous amount of people who want to have his babies.
  • Was nicknamed "Ladyboy" by his fans.
  • Was ranked Number 1 in the world on his SEA server account "NyangKoSenSe" during Season 3.[18]
  • Achieved Grandmaster in HotS on a new account "SeexKing" in less than one day with a record of 32-4.[19]
  • Announced his retirement on stream, but later wrote 'Dragon Will back Pro Level.'

Achievements[edit]

2014
Date Event Result Winnings
2014-03-29 No Dice Gaming Invitational #2 Bronze.png Ticon small.png Dragon 1 : 2 Picon small.png puzzle $200
2014-03-08 No Dice Gaming Invitational #1 Silver.png Ticon small.png Dragon 0 : 4 Ticon small.png TaeJa $300
2013
Date Event Result Winnings
2013-08-24 NA ZOTAC Cup #116 Silver.png Ticon small.png Dragon 0 : 3 Picon small.png Arthur -
2013-08-03 Xilence and Plantronics Cup 11 Gold.png Ticon small.png Dragon 2 : 1 Ticon small.png Revenge Hardware
2013-04-14 EnerJ Cup Series April Weekly #3 SF.png Ticon small.png Dragon 1 : 2 Zicon small.png DIMAGA -
2012
Date Event Result Winnings
2012-07-12 2012 ESET Summer Masters Cup Open #3 Silver.png Ticon small.png Dragon 2 : 3 Picon small.png KroLu -
2012-07-01 EU ZOTAC Cup #113 Silver.png Ticon small.png Dragon 2 : 3 Picon small.png elfi -
2012-05-16 ESL EU Go4SC2 Cup #197 Bronze.png Ticon small.png Dragon 2 : ? Zicon small.png BsK -
2012-05-09 ESL EU Go4SC2 Cup #195 Gold.png Ticon small.png Dragon 2 : 0 Picon small.png AceR -
2012-02-18 NA ZOTAC Cup #39 Silver.png Ticon small.png Dragon 0 : 3 Zicon small.png Sleep -
2011
Date Event Result Winnings
2011-09-16

CraftCup #L90

Silver.png Ticon small.png Dragon 0 : 2 Zicon small.png orly  ?

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2013[edit]

2012[edit]

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