Song Byung Goo, 30 years South Korea
Total matches: 77
Stork is one of the greatest players in the history of StarCraft. Although he's not as decorated as other StarCraft: Brood War or StarCraft II players, he is known for playing SC competitively for more than ten years without considerable drops in performance. Stork is probably one of the most consistent professionals to play the game. Stork started playing competitively in 2004 at the age of 16. He joined Samsung KHAN and quickly became a mascot of the team for many years to come. During the SC:BW era, he won WCG 2007 and Incruit OSL 2008, finished second at 7 more top-tier Brood War events and qualified for finals of 12 major tournaments! He became one of the legedary six dragons of StarCraft, a group of Protoss players who were dominant at the scene in 2008 – 2009. After switching to SC2 along with other KeSPA representatives, Stork found it difficult to adapt to the new game. Considering his age at the moment, it was very hard for him to return to his former shape. Ironically, he turned out to be the only dragon to do that. Despite not having any serious achievements, the veteran showed very good results at Proleague and individual championships, proving that eSports athletes can age well.
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