Tarzan Domestic Career
Tarzan began his League of Legends career on Griffin. He joined the team in the middle of the 2017 CK Spring Split. Unfortunately, his presence wasn’t enough to reinvigorate the struggling lineup, and Griffin finished the regular season with a 3-11 record. With that, the team moved down to the promotion tournament where it won 3-0 win over REVERSE Gaming to defend its CK spot.
Griffin came back in the 2017 Summer Split. The team looked much more cohesive after making a number of roster moves, and its 8-6 record was enough to qualify for the playoffs. This was the end of the line for it, though, as Griffin lost 3-1 in their first series against APK Prince.
Afterward, Griffin attended the 2017 KeSPA Cup. They showed a lot of promise by scoring consecutive 2-0 victories against APK Prince and Afreeca Freecs, but their next match against SKT T1 ended with a disappointing 2-1 loss.
Griffin finally made their presence known in the 2018 CK Spring Split. They tore through the regular season with an immaculate 14-0 record. With that, they secured a bye to the promotion tournament where they scored back-to-back victories against Kongdoo Monster and MVP to break into the LCK.
Griffin capitalized on this momentum in the 2018 LCK Summer Split. They took down juggernauts like Kingzone DragonX, Afreeca Freecs, and Gen.G, and Tarzan stood out as one of the strongest carry junglers in the league.
Tarzan International Tournaments
Over the course of his career, Tarzan didn’t qualify for any international events.