Rather Domestic Career
Rather began his League of Legends career on I Gaming Star. Together with his teammates, he took part in the 2016 CK Summer Split. I Gaming Star had a very shaky showing in the regular season, and their 2-5 record was barely enough to qualify for the playoffs. Unfortunately, their run was cut short with a 2-0 loss to Ever 8 Winners.
In the off-season, Rather parted ways with I Gaming Star to play for Griffin. Griffin had a strong start in the 2017 CK Spring Split, but they ran out of steam towards the end of the season. In the end, their 3-11 record forced them to play in the promotion tournament where they took down REVERSE Gaming to retain their CK spot.
Griffin saw sizeable improvements in the 2017 CK Summer Split. They produced an impressive 8-6 record in the regular season and seamlessly qualified for the playoffs. However, their run came to an end when they fell 3-1 in the first match against APK Prince.
Still, Griffin made a resurgence at the 2017 KeSPA Cup. They kicked off their run with 2-0 victories against APK Prince and Afreeca Freecs, but they were eliminated after suffering a 2-1 loss at the hand of SKT T1.
Griffin came back with a vengeance in the 2018 CK Spring Split. They took over the regular season without dropping a single game, which meant they automatically advanced to the promotion tournament. There, Griffin scored a 2-0 victory over Kongdoo Monster before winning 3-1 against MVP. With that, Rather qualified for the LCK.
Griffin started the 2018 LCK Summer Split with a bang by defeating established teams like Kingzone DragonX, Afreeca Freecs, and Gen.G. During this time, Rather shared the mid lane with another player in Chovy. And while he wasn’t as flashy as his teammate, Rather came up with a number of strong showings on supportive champions and control mages.
Rather International Tournaments
Throughout his career, Rather didn’t go to any international events.