The last time we saw Choi "Bomber" Ji-Sung, he was hoisting up the second place trophy at Red Bull LAN Battlegrounds in Austin, after losing in the grand finals to Jang "MC" Ming-Chul (see video of the grand finals below).
Bomber, one of the top ranked StarCraft II players in the world, is back at Red Bull LAN. In Seattle (at PAX Prime) this weekend, he will take on seven elite players from the Ukraine to San Diego. Get to know the Korean player a little more in the latest edition of 3 Facts and a Video.
Fact 1: The 24-year-old began his career on the eSTRO team, playing StarCraft, but when they disbanded, he switched over to StarCraft II and the Star Tale team.
Fact 2: Currently ELO ranked 14th in the world, Bomber is part of a team that also includes highly ranked PartinG and Squirtle, who are both sponsored by Red Bull.
Fact 3: "Normally, I practice for 12 to 14 hours per day," he said in an interview with Forbes. "I spend most of that time practicing. My schedule goes like this: get up for breakfast, practice, lunch, practice, dinner, practice, sleep."
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