Rascal Domestic Career
Kim “Rascal” Kwang-hee began his LoL career on the Rascal Jester lineup. The team participated in the 2017 LJL Spring Split, but its 3-7 record was barely enough to avoid relegation. Afterward, Rascal went to South Korea to become a top lane substitute for Longzhu Gaming. He ended up playing a single game in the 2017 LCK Summer Split and didn’t contribute much to Longzhu’s eventual victory.
When the entire Longzhu Gaming roster was acquired by Kingzone DragonX, Rascal stayed on the team as a substitute top laner.
Rascal International Tournaments
On Longzhu Gaming, Rascal went to the 2017 World Championship. He only started in a single group stage game against Immortals and didn’t get to play for the rest of the tournament.