Former SKT Player Wolf Has Officially Retired from Professional Play

According to @InvenGlobal Former SKT Player and Two times, World World Champion Wolf has officially retired from professional gameplay.

Lee “Wolf” Jae-wan started his career in NaJin Shield as a support player, and in October 2013 joined SK Telecom T1. He had been part of SKT for 5 years ( October 2013 – November 2018 ). During his career in SKT, Wolf had won numerous regional titles, Two MSI titles, Two World Championships.

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He left SKT at the end of the 2018 season after failing to make it to the 2018 World Championship alongside long-time bot lane partner Bae “Bang” Jun-sik, and joined SuperMassive Esports. After joining the Turkish team, he failed to pick up a single TCL title. The team finished as the runners-up and didn’t qualify for MSI or Worlds 2019. SuperMassive Esports released Wolf on November 25.

And with the latest interview with the @InvenGlobal, Wolf said that,

The next thing I’m about to say is unknown to practically everyone. Only Coach kkOma, the manager, and a couple close people know about this. I’ve come to the conclusion that I cannot continue as a pro because of my mental illness.

And Wolf retired because of his Health Issue and Metal Disorder according to the interview.

If I was retiring due to decline in my in-game skills, I would feel much better, but I feel really bad that it’s not the case. I have to take care of my health first.

His most iconic champions were Alistar and Nami, he also had a short stint in the jungle during the dark times of SKT in 2018.

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