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Sasin announces he’s leaving SBENU

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SBENU Korea’s mid laner Oh “Sasin” Seung-Ju has announced on his Facebook that he has officially parted ways with SBENU and is looking for a new team.

Sasin made a name for himself by having the largest champion pool in League Champions Korea’s 2016 spring split, playing 23 champions during the regular season. After SBENU was confirmed to be relegated by the hands of ESC Ever, Sasin announced that he would move to a coaching position for SBENU.

Sasin then returned as a mid laner for SBENU during the 2017 spring promotional tournament but again fell against ESC again, and made some questionable decisions as the shot caller in SBENU’s match against CJ Entus, confirming relegation.


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