T1 legend, Bae “Bang” Jun-sik has signed with T1 as a streamer. Bang retired from professional League of Legends last December. Last month, T1 held a retirement ceremony for Bang and Wolf online, and as of today, Bang returned to his old team as a streamer.
T1 has been signing big names in the streaming business in the past few years. BoxeR, Wolf, and GBM are part of T1’s content creators. Tyler1 just recently parted ways with T1.
Bang debuted in NaJin Sword in 2012 and played for Xenics Blast in 2013 before joining T1. From the end of 2013, he played on T1 through 2018, winning four LCK championships, two MSI championships, and two World Championships. After his tenure in T1, Bang moved onto the LCS and played for 100 Thieves and Evil Geniuses. He returned to the LCK after two years and joined Afreeca Freecs before retiring.
In his retirement ceremony, Bang said, “I’ve always thought [T1] was my home that I could return to”. Joining T1 again as a streamer, Bang has returned home.