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aLive (Han, Lee Seok)

StarCraft II Player
aLive (Han, Lee Seok)’s profile picture
Net worth 2018: $183 Thousand
BirthDay: 16 November 1992
BIOGRAPHY

Han "aLive" Lee Seok is a Korean StarCraft II player.Overall RankingAt present, aLive is ranked #395 in highest overall earnings, and #87 in highest earnings for players from Korea, Republic of.Largest Prize from a Single TournamentThe most money that aLive has won from a single tournament was $40,000.00 from IGN Pro League Season 4 (Starcraft II) on April 8, 2012. His 1st place finish makes up 21.88% of his total prize money won.$100,000 MilestoneOn August 25, 2013, aLive arrived at the $100,000 milestone, winning $7,500.00 and placing 5th-8th at WCS 2013 Season 2 Finals. Prize money from 45 tournaments got him to that point.Recent EarningsIn the last 90 days, aLive has been awarded $170.00 in prize money from 4 tournaments, $75.00 (or 44.12%) of which came in the last month.

NET WORTH STATISTIC
2018

$183 Thousand

TIMELINE

Afreeca Freecs (in Korean, 아프리카 프릭스) was a top Korean StarCraft II team. It was previously known as StarTale, and temporarily as SBENU. As StarTale, it was originally founded by former acting coach of Pantech Curitel and former coach of WeMade Fox Won Joong Wook,[1] together with July and RainbOw.[2] The team originally comprised mostly former Brood War players, most notably the Golden Mouse holder July. They also have a Counter Strike: Global Offensive team and formerly had League of Legends and DotA 2 teams. In April 2015, StarTale announced that it would change its name to SBENU following a new title sponsorship.[3] In January 2016, SBENU stopped sponsoring the team, and the GSL broadcaster Afreeca picked up the team, which was renamed Afreeca Freecs.[4] On November 21st, 2016, it was announced that the team is disbanding its StarCraft II division.[5]

The headcoach of Afreeca Freecs, Won, played a key role in the founding of WeMade FOX and began his e-Sports career in March 2003 with Toona SG, the predecessor of WeMade Fox. He remained with the team through its multiple sponsor changes, as SG Family, Pantech and Curitel Curriors, Pantech EX, and finally as WeMade FOX.[1] He was also the first president of the e-Sports Federation, from March 30, 2012 to October 19, 2012.[59][60]

StarTale's logo from the creation of the team to August 2011.

StarTale's logo from August 2011 to November 2011.[61]

StarTale's logo from November 2011 to April 2015.

SBENU's logo from April 2015 to January 2016.

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