ReaL

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[e][h]ProtossIcon.png ReaL
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Player Information
Name:
오진실
Romanized Name:
Oh Jin Shil
Country:
Race:
Alternate IDs:
VType Real, SupermanSG, Real, TypeReal, wlstlfdl11[1]
Total Earnings:
$5,644.34
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History
2011-10-05 - 2012-08-08
2012-09-01 - 2013-04-23
2013-04-23
Retired
Management
2013-04-23 - 2014-12-08

Oh "ReaL" Jin Shil was a Protoss player from South Korea. In the last few months of his career, he lived in Germany and played for Alien Invasion in their team house in Duisburg before retiring and returning to South Korea, taking on a management role within Alien Invasion.

Biography[edit]

Wings of Liberty[edit]

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ReaL achieved some fame in the Fall of 2011, primarily through his play in minor online tournaments. In October, he won three Playhem dailies.[2] He also reached the Go4SC2 Monthly Finals October after beating Austrian Zerg player Gamtja in the semifinals of the Go4SC2 October Thursday Premium Qualifier #1.[3]

On November 2, 2011 ReaL qualified for DreamHack Winter 2011 by beating Naugrim in the semifinals of the DreamHack Winter 2011 Online Qualifier #4. At the main tournament in Jönköping, he was only one game away from proceeding to the second group stage but he lost to elfi 1-2 and was instead knocked out of the tournament on the first day.

In January 2012 ReaL was invited to compete in the HomeStory Cup IV in Germany. He came out of Group Stage #1 3-0, beating DIMAGA, Attero and Adelscott. In Group Stage #2 he lost to fellow Protoss player JYP 0-2 but beat both Terrans GoOdy and ClouD in order to advance to the Quarterfinals. In his first match of the playoff bracket, ReaL would face Sound and end up losing 2-3.

IEM Season VI Global Challenge Sao Paulo[edit]

ReaL would make his next appearance at the IEM Season VI Global Challenge Sao Paulo in February 2012. He made it out of his group, taking wins against Potiguar and biGs but losing to viOLet. He made it out of group stages and defeated his Round of 8 opponent Feast 3-1. He then lost in a close 3-2 against SuperNova after a 2-0 lead, and then went down 0-3 against Ret to finish in 4th place.

Next, ReaL would participate in ASUS ROG Winter 2012 at Assembly. He made it out of his group behind ClouD, but lost against Stephano 2-0 in the round of 16.

IEM Season VII Global Challenge Cologne[edit]

ReaL attended IEM Season VII Global Challenge Cologne to compete in the Open Bracket, where he beat YongHwa and AureS before losing to Bomber in the winnerbracket finals. Through beating YongHwa again in the lower bracket he qualified for the Group Stage where he was knocked out with a record of 0-5.

ESP Pro Series Summer Season 2012[edit]

Still living in Germany, ReaL managed to qualify for the ESL Pro Series Summer Season 2012. With good placements in the EPS Cups he placed 5th and therefore qualified for the Playoffs, which he could not attend due to visa issues. He was replaced by HasuObs who later took the 2nd place.

August 8, 2012, ReaL announced that he had left Type Gaming.[4] He joined Alien Invasion on September 1.[5]

Achievements[edit]

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Team Result Winnings
2012-02-11 Intel Extreme Masters A44th IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Sao Paulo 0 : 3 Zicon small.png Ret $1,250
In Major Tournaments
Date Place Event Team Result Winnings
2012-04-08 A33rd Gamers Assembly 2012 3 : 0 Ticon small.png Dayshi 500 €
In Minor Tournaments
Date Place Event Team Result Winnings
2012-12-03 A11st NA ZOTAC Cup #30 3 : 2 Picon small.png Artist $100
2012-11-25 A11st ZOTAC Cup EU #134 3 : 2 Picon small.png Siw 100 €
2011-11-17 A11st IMBAlonian Star Cup #5 3 : 2 Picon small.png Romson $75
2011-11-02 A22nd DreamHack Winter 2011 Online Qualifier #4 1 : 3 Ticon small.png Satiini Dreamhack Slot
2011-10-16 A11st ESL Go4SC2 #142 3 : 2 Zicon small.png Nerchio 200 €
Complete Results in any Tournament

Interviews[edit]

2012[edit]

Gallery[edit]

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