Jin Hanquan, who had struggled in the secondary league, is already the world’s first single

Jin Hanquan, who had struggled in the secondary league, is already the world’s first single
Jin Hanquan became the world’s first single player.The official League of Legends photographer Imura Imura ended this morning in the League of Legends S9 Global Finals. The Chinese team FPX defeated the G2 team and successfully won the championship.South Korean player Jin Hanquan (ID: GimGoon), born in 1995, is not yet 24 years old, but he is a player with a 6-year career.These 6 years are not easy for him.Before 2019, Kim Han-quan’s professional career was rated as “no special significance”.In 2013, Jin Hanquan started his career in the TAL team.As a professional player in South Korea for a year, most of them appeared in the public’s field of vision as second team members and substitutes.In November 2014, Jin Hanquan traveled far away to China and became a member of the Korean aid army.He came to China’s secondary league team. His living conditions are very difficult, his salary is low, there are not so many games to play, he has no language skills, and he is not used to eating.Jin Hanquan once said that if he wants to return to the secondary league, he will choose to give up his career and return to the country to perform military service.But the reality is always cruel-in April 2017, after two and a half years of hard work in China, he returned to the starting point. The day the team was relegated, he uttered a word in Korean on personal social media: life.In 2018, the FPX that just built the team discovered Jin Hanquan, and he promised new goals that year.”I feel that my career has not been of great significance until now.This time I want to get a good result and bring a special meaning to my career.”Now this goal has been completely achieved by the end of 2019, and six years have given him fluent Mandarin and a good attitude.”More importantly, Jin Hanquan has become the world’s first single player.