Kim ‘Olleh’ Joo-Sung

By: EsportsOnly.Com
Apr 21, 2017

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Kim ‘Olleh’ Joo-Sung

Kim ‘Olleh’ Joo-Sung is a South Korean player who plays for Immortals. He has been in the esports scene since 2013, travelling around the world competing in League of Legends tournaments as a support.

In Kim’s younger days, he tried playing the piano and guitar but it turned out to be a temporary activity. He was watching a beatboxer on TV and decided to teach himself showing off his talent…

Where it all began:

Kim began his professional gaming career training and practicing League of Legends. In May 2013, he joined KT Rolster Arrows competing in esports tournaments for them. Olleh looks up to a LOL player from Counter Logic Gaming, Zaqueri ‘Aphromoo’ Black, for his shot calls and predicting game strategies. He knows all too well how difficult it would be to beat the CLG captain.

The Team:

Immortals is a North American gaming association founded in October 2015 with a goal to sustain esports growth thanks to their competitive rosters. Through the successes IMT have gained, they support squads that practice LOL, CS:GO, Overwatch, Vain Glory and Super Smash Bros.

Immortals LOL team5

IMT acquired the former Team 8 gamers in time to take part in the NA LOL Championships in 2015. At the moment, apart from Olleh, Immortals Lol lineup consists of Flame, Dardoch, Pobelter and Cody Sun.

Competition Participation:

IEM Gyeonggi

Joo-Sung has participated in esports tournaments such as the 2015 LMS Spring and Summer Playoffs and Splits, LMS Summer Leagues 2016, the IEM XI Gyeonggi. He has also attended the All-Star Los Angeles event representing Korea and Brazil. Olleh’s most recent LOL tournament was at the 2017 NA LCS Spring league, competing for Immortals to finish in seventh place.


Olleh largest prize win was while representing Hong Kong Esports at the LMS Summer Playoffs in 2015. In this event, the squad lost to Ahq Esports Club with the score 0:3, ranking in second they walked away with $29K.