TANK

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TANK
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Background Information
NamePark Dan-won (박단원)
Country of BirthSouth Korea
BirthdayNovember 18, 1995 (1995-11-18) (age 24)
Competitive
TeamTeam ESC
RoleMid Laner
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd DateRole
NaJin e-mFirelogo std.png NaJinFeb 2015Nov 2015
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Snake Esportslogo std.png SnakeDec 2015May 2017
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Bbq OLIVERSlogo std.png bbqJun 2019Dec 2019
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Team ESClogo std.png ESCDec 2019Current
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"TANK" (Real Name: Park Dan-won (박단원)) is a Korean League of Legends player, currently a Mid Laner for Team ESC.

Biography

2015 Season

Park "TANK" Dan-won joined NaJin e-mFire in February 2015 as a mid lane substitute. He changed his name from "Rain" after realizing there were many other professional players with that name. He shared play time with Ggoong during the second half of SBENU Champions Spring 2015. NaJin performed poorly and ended sixth overall in the regular season. NaJin placed fifth in the regular season of SBENU Champions Summer 2015 and qualified for the playoffs but they lost in the first round 2-1 to the KOO Tigers. However, TANK did not play in any of these games. They earned enough circuit points to make it to the 2015 Season Korea Regional Finals but lost 3-0 in the first round to the Jin Air Green Wings.

2016 Preseason

NaJin played in the 2015 LoL KeSPA Cup where they lost 2-1 to Rebels Anarchy in the first round. TANK left NaJin in November to join Snake eSports in December.

Career History

Trivia

  • Considered one of the best Aurelion Sol players in the world, maintaining a 60% winrate in Challenger rank.
  • Known for his extremely strong mechanics on Aurelion Sol.

Results

2015
Date Event Result
2015-09-02 2014 Season Korea Regional Finals Copper.png Najin 0 : 3 Jin Air Green Wingslogo std.png Jin Air Green Wings
2015-08-11 Challengers Korea Summer 2015 Playoffs Bronze.png najin 1 : 3 Incredible Miraclelogo std.png Incredible Miracle


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