Kim “PraY” Jong-in has retired from professional League of Legends after announcing the news on his AfreecaTV stream.
PraY has been streaming since the end of last year and hasn't played in a competitive setting since Kingzone DragonX failed to attend the League of Legends World Championship 2018.
LCK bot laner Kim "PraY" Jong-in said on a stream Saturday that he is retiring from competitive gaming. The #LCK legend sat out the 2019 spring split.https://t.co/6Ee8vnMES3 pic.twitter.com/WI9bTh58Cw— ESPN Esports (@ESPN_Esports) April 20, 2019
PraY was fairly hard on himself when it came to the reason he retired, "I have no confidence that I can do well.”
PraY was best known for his time on Rox Tigers which dominated the LCK scene in 2015 and competed with SKT. He was long-time partner with support Kang “Gorilla” Beom-hyun who is now playing the LEC.
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