SouL

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Team Information
Location:
Coaches:
Park Jae Seok
Choi "Ox" Won Seok
Manager:
Kim Min Ki
Team Captain:
Shin "hyvaa" Dae Kun
Sponsor:
Links
Achievements
2012-2013 Proleague
Solo Achievements
2013 WCS Season 12013 WCS Season 3 Korea GSL2013 WCS Season 3
History
Created:
2000 July (SouL)
2004 April (STX SouL)
2013-09-01 (SouL)
Disbanded:
2013-12-20

Overview[edit]

SouL was a Korean professional StarCraft: Brood War and StarCraft II team. SouL stands for "StarCraft of Unbelievable Legend". It was formerly one of the eight KeSPA-recognized teams participating in Proleague under the name STX SouL. After losing its primary sponsor, STX Corporation, the team disbanded on the 20th December of 2013.

History[edit]

Brood War era[edit]

  • To read about STX SouL's Brood War history, click here.

As STX SouL [edit]

2012[edit]

2013[edit]

As SouL [edit]

2013[edit]

Player Roster[edit]

Former[edit]

ID Name New Team
krSouth Korea z hyvaa Shin Dae Kun MVP
krSouth Korea t Last Kim Sung Hyun Retired
krSouth Korea z SSanaEE Kim Tae Gyun Retired
krSouth Korea z YoungJoo Kim Young Joo Retired
krSouth Korea p Dear Baek Dong Jun mousesports
krSouth Korea p Trap Cho Sung Ho Incredible Miracle
krSouth Korea p Comet Shin Hye Sung
krSouth Korea z Bear Park Kun Soo
krSouth Korea z Calm Kim Yoon Hwan Retired
krSouth Korea p Classic Kim Doh Woo SK Telecom T1
krSouth Korea p Mini Byun Hyun Je Retired
krSouth Korea t INnoVation Lee Shin Hyung Team Acer
krSouth Korea t Yourosia Ryu Da Woon Retired
krSouth Korea z Modesty Kim Hyun Woo Retired
krSouth Korea p Shuttle Kim Yoon Joong Retired
krSouth Korea t ToSsGirL Seo Ji Soo Retired

Organization[edit]

Name Position
South Korea Kim Min Ki Head Coach
South Korea Park Jae Seok Coach
South Korea Choi Won Seok Junior Coach

Former[edit]

Name Position
South Korea Park "SoO" Jong Soo Coach

Team Achievements[edit]

For STX SouL's Brood War results, click here.

2013
Date Event Result
2013-08-03 2012-2013 Proleague 4 : 2

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