Lehends Domestic Career
Lehends began his League of Legends career on SBENU Korea. He took part in the 2016 CK Summer Split, and SBENU dominated the regular season with a stellar 7-0 record. They kicked off their playoffs run with a 3-1 semifinals victory over Rising Star Gaming, but inexplicably, they fell 3-1 to Kongdoo Monster in the finals.
Still, this showing was enough to qualify for the promotion tournament. Unfortunately, SBENU couldn’t make their comeback, and a 2-1 loss to ESC Ever knocked them down to the loser’s bracket. There, they were eliminated by CJ Entus.
In the off-season, Lehends parted ways with SBENU Korea to play for BPZ. Together with his teammates, he took on the 2017 CK Spring Split. BPZ had a very rough start, but they picked up the slack towards the end of the season to produce a formidable 8-6 record. In the playoffs, they scored a narrow 3-2 victory over Rising Star Gaming before losing 3-1 to Ever 8 Winners.
Afterward, Lehends spent several months as a free agent. Finally, he decided to join Griffin to play in the 2017 KeSPA Cup. Griffin showed a lot of promise with back-to-back 2-0 victories against APK Prince and Afreeca Freecs, but their next match against SKT T1 ended in a 2-1 loss.
Lehends stayed on the team to play in the 2018 CK Spring Split. With his help, Griffin had their most dominant showing yet, and their 14-0 record let them advance directly to the promotion tournament. There, they crushed Kongdoo Monster and MVP to qualify for the LCK.
Griffin made a splash in the 2018 LCK Summer Split. They took down big names like Kingzone DragonX, Afreeca Freecs, and Gen.G, making it loud and clear they were determined to become a top team. Lehends contributed a lot to this start, and it was largely because of his performance on initiators that Griffin managed to break open their games.
Lehends International Tournaments
Over the course of his career, Lehends never played in any international events.