Kim “Khan” Dong-ha Joins DWG KIA as a Streamer
One day after his retirement from professional play, top laner Kim “Khan” Dong-ha has been announced as one of DWG KIA’s streamers. The organization expressed their excitement about creating various content and interacting with fans through Khan’s streams. They urged fans to show support for Khan’s new beginning.
Khan’s Accomplishments in the Esports Scene
Khan has had a successful eight-year career in the League of Legends esports scene. He began his journey in October 2013 with Prime Optimus and later played for renowned organizations like T1, FunPlus Phoenix, and DWG KIA. Since joining DWG KIA in November 2020, Khan has contributed to the team’s victory in two LCK titles this year, as well as reaching the grand finals at Worlds and the Mid-Season Invitational.
Retirement Decision and Mandatory Military Service
Despite achieving great success in 2021, Khan has decided to retire from professional play due to being called up for mandatory military service in the Korean army. Many pundits recognize him as one of the best League players to have never won an international championship.
DWG KIA has planned a retirement ceremony for Khan at the 2021 Seoul Mobility Show, which will take place at the Ilsan Kintex Exhibition Hall. Fans who wish to attend the event can purchase tickets through the provided link.
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