Thal Domestic Career
Park “Thal” Kwon-hyuk began his LoL career as a top lane substitute for Apex Pride. He didn’t get to play any games, though, so he joined ZTR Gaming. Unfortunately, the same thing happened there, and Thal spent the entire season sitting on the bench.
He finally had his breakthrough on Red Bulls. Together with his teammates, he attended the 2017 EU CS Qualifiers. Red Bulls dominated the competition and seamlessly qualified for the 2017 EU CS Summer Split.
The team had a decent showing in the regular season. With a 2-2-1 record (wins-ties-losses), Red Bulls secured a third-place finish and readied themselves for the playoffs. However, their run ended with a devastating 1-3 loss to FC Schalke 04. During this time, Thal made a name for himself as a talented top laner that excelled on champions like Jayce, Rumble, and Camille.
In the off-season, Thal came back to South Korea. He joined SKT T1 to share playtime with Untara in the 2018 LCK Spring Split.
Thal International Tournaments
Over the course of his career, Thal didn’t attend any international tournaments.