Hung Hao-hsuan, better known as Karsa, is a professional League of Legends player from Taiwan. He currently plays for the team Victory Five and is known for his strategic jungle play. His strategy has earned him considerable success domestically, winning several LMS titles and topping many international events.
TES conquistou o Barao
In a League of Legends tournament, TES has recently conquistou the Barao. This is the first time that a team has achieved this feat. The team started off with a vacilo of Gangplank, but they ended up destroying their opponent in the end and claiming the Barao. In addition to that, they increased the difference in ouro to over five thousand points.
The first half of the match saw both teams fight for their lane, but the fight was a close one and both teams had great chances of getting to the Nexus. TES managed to levate Barao after 21 minutes, while FNC lost three lane maps. The team also sacrificed 2 allied players, but they managed to win the battle. The match went for a total of 26 minutes, with the final score being three to two.
TES ganhou de 3-2 e se qualificou para as semifinais
TES avançau na segunda etapa e se qualificou para as semifinadas da Karsa League of Legends. Barao da TES foi pegged by the FNC midgame, but the TES managed to take advantage of it and won the series with a score of 3-2. Ashe and Sett sacrificed their allies to defeat TES, but the TES team managed to take advantage of a buff to gain the upper hand.
The 3a MLS Season concluded in Los Angeles, California, with a victory of SK Telecom T1. The Chinese Royal Club were beaten by TES in the final and were awarded the Summoner’s Cup, a prize of $ 1 million.
TES was voted to represent the LMS at the All-Star 2016 Barcelona
On the second day of the League of Legends All-Star event, TES was voted to represent the Karsian region in the Barcelona All-Star tournament. The Barcelona All-Star is a pre-season tournament that features top players from all around the world. The team is composed of five members, with one representative from each of the major regions. The Barcelona All-Star will also feature a special International Wildcard team. Fans will be able to vote for their favorite players to represent their region.
TES was chosen to represent the Karsa League of Legend at the All-Star 2016 Barcelona, despite the fact that he is currently ranked tenth in the LMS. The TES has an impressive record as a jungling player, as well as a strong tank and support player. TES will be the first Karsa player to be voted to represent the Karsa League at the All-Star 2016 Barcelona.
Hung Hao-Hsuan was voted to represent the LMS at the 1v1 Bracket
The Flash Wolves, a team based in Taiwan, competed in the 2015 Season World Championship. The team was drafted first in the Spring Split. After defeating G2 Esports and SuperMassive eSports, they advanced to the Double Round Robin group stage. There, they faced off against Royal Never Give Up and Counter Logic Gaming. In the Semifinals, the team lost to Counter Logic Gaming and Royal Never Give Up, respectively.
Hao-Hsuan is currently playing jungler for Victory Five. During the Spring LPL season, Hao-Hsuan and his teammates beat Cloud9 in Round 1 of the losers bracket, and SK Gaming in Round 2 of the bracket. They advanced to the semifinals, where they lost to Team SoloMid.
Flash Wolves avenged playoff loss to Hong Kong Esports
Despite the recent playoff loss to Hong Kong Esports, Flash Wolves are still looking to avenge the loss. The team is currently tied for fifth place in the League of Legends Master Series. Karsa and Maple are two of the most important players for Flash Wolves. Together, they have been unbeatable for almost two years, both in domestic play and the LMS.
Flash Wolves used superior ward control of neutral objectives and the river to avenge their earlier playoff loss to HKA. Each of their five players carries control wards in their inventory and work together to dominate vision. G2 was unable to break through the wards and eventually fell to the unending pressure from Maple and Flash Wolves.
Karsa was voted to represent
Karsa has been a popular player in League of Legends for several years, and he was recently voted to represent his country in the upcoming World Championships. He is known for his skill as a jungler, and is ranked second in the LMS. His recent performances have been praised by fans.
The LMS team had their best World Championship since 2012, and their All-Star lineup featured a mix of old favorites and emerging talents. Worlds Quarterfinalist Ziv will be coming down from the top lane, and Karsa will be on the jungle. Karsa also has an impressive record of solo kills, as he picked up 17 of them in one game. This performance was enough to set a new record for the most kills for an LPL jungler.