Cuzz Domestic Career


Moon “Cuzz” Woo-chan began his LoL career on Longzhu Gaming. He was originally meant to share playtime with Crash in the 2017 LCK Spring Split, but he ended up spending the entire season on the bench. When Longzhu overhauled their lineup for summer, he took up the mantle of the starting jungler.

Longzhu showed up in the 2017 LCK Summer Split. With a massive 14-4 record, they finished the regular season in first place and secured a bye to the playoffs finals. There, they clashed with the resurging SKT T1 lineup, defeating it with a 3-1 score. Despite this success, Cuzz was the least notable player on this roster, and many fans thought of him as Longzhu’s weakest link.


In the off-season, the organization acquired another jungler, Peanut, and Cuzz was effectively moved to the substitute position. Shortly thereafter, the entire Longzhu Gaming lineup was acquired by Kingzone DragonX.

Cuzz International Tournaments


Cuzz went to his first international tournament—the 2017 World Championship—as a part of Longzhu Gaming. They dominated the group stage with a spotless 6-0 record. However, their run was cut short after a 0-3 Quarterfinals loss to Samsung Galaxy.