TusiN Domestic Career


Park “TusiN” Jong-ik began his LoL career on Incredible Miracle 2. Together with his teammates, he played in 2014 HOT6iX Champions Summer. Incredible Miracle 2 went 1-1-1 (wins-ties-losses) in the group stage and narrowly missed the chance to qualify for the playoffs.

When OGN changed their sister team rules, Incredible Miracle were forced to merge both of their teams. Because none of the players from the first lineup stayed with the organization, TusiN automatically received the starting position.


His next tournament was the 2015 Champions Spring Qualifiers. Incredible Miracle showed up at the event and defeated HUYA Tigers and Prime Clan to break into 2015 SBENU Champions Spring. They entered the league with high hopes, but unfortunately,  they struggled to stand up to the competition, and their 3-11 record amounted to a seventh-place finish.

With that, Incredible Miracle ended up playing in the Promotion Tournament. Right before the event, TusiN switched to jungle. The move worked, and Incredible Miracle took down Rebels Anarchy and Ever8 Winners to requalify for the league. They were determined to prove themselves in 2015 SBENU Champions Summer, but once again, they found themselves at the bottom of the standings.

Their second Promotion Tournament had them squaring off against Dark Wolves. Incredible Miracle proved to be a cut above their opponents and came out with a 3-1 victory. TusiN then attended the 2015 LoL KeSPA Cup. His run was brief, though, as Incredible Miracle lost 1-2 in the first round against Jin Air Green Wings.


Afterward, TusiN took a year-long break from competitive play. He came back in the 2017 LCK Spring Split as a support for the Afreeca Freecs lineup. His team had a decent showing in the regular season, and its 10-8 record resulted in a fourth-place finish. But in the playoffs, Afreeca suffered a crushing 0-2 loss to MVP.

They were determined to make their comeback in summer. However, history repeated itself, and Afreeca Freecs finished the season in the middle of the LCK table. A similar narrative unfolded in the playoffs as Afreeca fell prey to the resurging SKT T1 lineup.

Of course, they could make a run through the Regional Finals, and their 3-2 victory over MVP certainly showed some promise. Unfortunately, the next series against Samsung Galaxy ended in defeat, and Afreeca were knocked out of the tournament. They tried to gain some momentum at the 2017 LoL KeSPA Cup, but a 0-2 loss to Griffin put an end to these ambitions.

TusiN International Tournaments

Over the course of his career, TusiN didn’t go to any international events.