Lee “Rush” Yoon-jae, a preferred streamer and former skilled League of Legends participant, has revealed that his time within the South Korean army service has come to an finish.
On social media on Might 29, Rush stated he didn’t achieve a lot throughout his time within the army, and as a substitute listed what he misplaced, together with “humanity” and his League of Legends expertise. However whenever you look at his solo queue account, you’ll understand that he’s already again to grinding the ranked ladder, having reached Diamond 2 on the Korean server on the time of writing.
Rush was a massively in style participant and streamer with North American audiences. He first competed within the LCS in 2015, reaching each playoffs of the Spring and Summer time Break up with Group Impulse. Within the second break up that yr, he additionally earned the MVP award.
He later joined Cloud9’s academy earlier than taking an 18-month break from aggressive gaming. He returned to professional play within the 2018 Spring Break up as a jungler for KT Rolster, earlier than returning to NA to play for Echo Fox. After a disappointing 2019 season, he retired as soon as once more and have become a streamer and content material creator for CLG. On November 30, 2020, he joined the army to finish the obligatory service in Korea.
Throughout his skilled profession, Rush performed the jungle function, and he’s now returning to the place in solo queue. This season, he’s performed champions like Kindred, Taliyah, and his iconic Lee Sin.