Wadid Domestic Career
Kim “Wadid” Bae-in began his career on Rising Star Gaming (RSG). His team took part in the 2016 CK Summer. RSG performed reasonably well in the regular season and qualified for the playoffs. In the Quarterfinals, they scored a confident victory over Stardust, but the following series against SBENU Korea ended in defeat. And while they could still bounce back in the third place match, RSG got the short end of the stick in a close series against Ever8 Winners. Afterward, Wadid briefly joined SBENU Korea before going over to Team ROCCAT.
But a new team didn’t turn his bad luck around, and ROCCAT struggled in the 2017 EU LCS Spring Split. With a middling 6-7 record, they finished fourth in their group and failed to qualify for the playoffs. Wadid decided to stay on the team for one more split. But ROCCAT couldn’t make any progress in summer, and their 5-8 record wasn’t enough to make it into the playoffs.
In the off-season, Wadid joined G2 Esports.
Wadid International Tournaments
Over the course of his career, Wadid didn’t participate in any international tournaments.