Hae ‘Zet’ Sung-min

By: EsportsOnly.Com
Apr 13, 2017

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Hae ‘Zet’ Sung-min

Hae Zet Sung-min is a professional Korean player who was formerly known as ‘Cry’. He plays League of Legends as the AD Carry for Edward Gaming.

As a professional cyber athlete, Hae keeps his motivation to be a better player by practicing and training hard. Zet is so dedicated to his passion of gaming, doing his utmost to be prepared for the coming matches. Hae has faced many Korean mid laners but in his gaming career, Zet hopes to play against Bjergsen of Team Solomid.

Where it all began:

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He started out his professional career playing League of Legends with the Rox Tigers in March 2016. Towards the end of same year, Hae moved to China to join another pro team, Edward Gaming to help carry his team to success.

The Team:

EDward Gaming is a top esports company that was established in 2013, founded by Ed Zhu, Freezer and San Shao. The association supports three squads that compete in League of Legends, Hearthstone and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

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EDward Gaming LoL squad was created in February 2014, after the team had acquired a spot to attend the LPL Spring 2014. At the moment, EDG LOL lineup is currently made up of Mouse, Clearlove, Scout, Zet and Meiko to help lead their unit to victory in LoL tournaments.

Competition Participation:

Since the formation, EDward Gaming have attended several tournaments such as LPL Spring and Summer Seasons, Intel Extreme Masters – Shenzhen, Riot’s World Championship and G-League.

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Their gaming experience as a LOL team, EDG have competed against top teams such as ROX Tigers, RNG, Invictus Gaming, Fnatic, SK Telecom T1 and LCD Gaming.


Their most recent competition that EDG won was the Demacia Cup 2016. Zet and his team defeated IMAY at their own game with the score of 3:0, scooping a prize of $72K.

EDG LOL player Zet won his largest reward at the 2016 LPL Summer Playoff, beating Royal Never Give Up with the record of 3:0, winning a prize of$218K.