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Move
BUR Move 2019 Split 2.png
Background Information
NameKang Min-su (강민수)
Country of Birth
South Korea
BirthdayJuly 21, 1994 (age 27)
Residency
KR
Korea
Competitive
Role
Jungler
Favorite Champs
Competitive IDsSu
Soloqueue IDsUnstoppable Move (NA), cheese cheese (EUW), LoLmove
Social Media & Links
Infobox Twitterlogo std.png

Kang "Move" (▶️ listen) Min-su (Hangul: 강민수) is a League of Legends esports player, previously jungler for Bursaspor Esports.

Team History

Combine Role Swaps:No|Yes
Dates:Approx|Exact
TeamStartEnd
KR
Alienware Andromedalogo std.pngAlienware Rangers
≈Oct 2013≈2013-10-??≈Nov 2013≈2013-11-??≈1mo
ejel
KR
Alienware TOPlogo std.pngAlienware TOP
≈Nov 2013≈2013-11-??≈Jan 2014≈2014-01-??≈2mo
ejel
CN
AD Gaminglogo std.pngAD Gaming
Jul 20142014-07-30[1]≈May 2015≈2015-05-??≈9mo 27d
ejel
NA
Gravity (North American Team)logo std.pngGravity
May 20152015-05-18[3]Dec 20152015-12-18[2]7mo
ejel
EU
Unicorns of Lovelogo std.pngUnicorns of Love
May 20162016-05-18Nov 20162016-11-26[5]6mo 8d
ejel
TR
Dark Passagelogo std.pngDark Passage
Jan 20172017-01-07[7]Feb 20172017-02-07[6]1mo
ejel
TR
Fenerbahçe Esportslogo std.pngFenerbahçe
May 20172017-05-21[9]Nov 20172017-11-22[8]6mo 1d
ejel
LMS
Machi Esportslogo std.pngMachi Esports
Dec 20172017-12-17[11]May 20182018-05-08[10]4mo 22d
ejel
TR
Fenerbahçe Esportslogo std.pngFenerbahçe
May 20182018-05-10[13]Nov 20182018-11-28[12]6mo 18d
ejel
TR
Bursaspor Esportslogo std.pngBursaspor Esports
Jul 20192019-07-03[15]Nov 20192019-11-18[14]4mo 15d
ejel
TeamStartEnd
KR
Alienware Andromedalogo std.pngAlienware Rangers
≈Oct 2013≈2013-10-??≈Nov 2013≈2013-11-??≈1mo
ejel
KR
Alienware TOPlogo std.pngAlienware TOP
≈Nov 2013≈2013-11-??≈Jan 2014≈2014-01-??≈2mo
ejel
CN
EDward Gaminglogo std.pngEDG Future
Jul 20142014-07-30[1]≈Jan 2015≈2015-01-??≈5mo 2d
ejel
CN
AD Gaminglogo std.pngAD Gaming
≈Jan 2015≈2015-01-??≈May 2015≈2015-05-??≈4mo 25d
ejel
NA
Gravity (North American Team)logo std.pngGravity
May 20152015-05-18[3]Dec 20152015-12-18[2]7mo
ejel
EU
Unicorns of Lovelogo std.pngUnicorns of Love
May 20162016-05-18Nov 20162016-11-26[5]6mo 8d
ejel
TR
Dark Passagelogo std.pngDark Passage
Jan 20172017-01-07[7]Feb 20172017-02-07[6]1mo
ejel
TR
Fenerbahçe Esportslogo std.pngFenerbahçe
May 20172017-05-21[9]Nov 20172017-11-22[8]6mo 1d
ejel
LMS
Machi Esportslogo std.pngMachi Esports
Dec 20172017-12-17[11]May 20182018-05-08[10]4mo 22d
ejel
TR
Fenerbahçe Esportslogo std.pngFenerbahçe
May 20182018-05-10[13]Nov 20182018-11-28[12]6mo 18d
ejel
TR
Bursaspor Esportslogo std.pngBursaspor Esports
Jul 20192019-07-03[15]Nov 20192019-11-18[14]4mo 15d
ejel

News

  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
KR
Alienware Andromedalogo std.pngAWROctober (approx.),
Lo,
Su,
aPA,
Ares,
Irean, and VicaL (Coach) join.
KR
Alienware Andromedalogo std.pngAWRNovember (approx.),
Lo,
Su,
aPA,
Ares,
Irean, and VicaL (Coach) leave.
KR
Alienware TOPlogo std.pngAWTNovember (approx.),
Lo,
Shadow,
Su,
Joy,
Irean, and
Ares join.
KR
Alienware TOPlogo std.pngAWTJanuary (approx.),
Lo,
Shadow,
Su,
Joy,
Irean, and
Ares leave.
CN
EDward Gaminglogo std.pngEDG.FJuly 30, EDward Gaminglogo std.pngEDward Gaming Future is formed.
Ray,
Move,
BaeMe,
Marbee, and
Mouse join.
[1]
CN
AD Gaminglogo std.pngADGJanuary (approx.), EDward Gaminglogo std.pngEDG Future renames to AD Gaminglogo std.pngAD Gaming.
NA
Gravity (North American Team)logo std.pngGVMay 18,
Move and
Altec join.

Saintvicious leaves.[3][4]
CN
AD Gaminglogo std.pngADGMay (approx.),
Marbee rejoins as substitute.

Move leaves.
Jinjiao leaves for main roster.
NA
Gravity (North American Team)logo std.pngGVDecember 18, Gravity (North American Team)logo std.pngGravity is disbanded.
Move,
Keane,
MatLife, Ginko (Manager), Samurai (Owner), and
Cop (Head Coach) leave.[2]
EU
Unicorns of Lovelogo std.pngUOLMay 18,
Move,
Exileh, and
Veritas join.

Uby joins as substitute.
AudreyLaSapa (Designer & Content Manager) is added to the official roster as substitute.
H0R0 and
Critbud leave.
EU
Unicorns of Lovelogo std.pngUOLNovember 26,
Move leaves.[5]
TR
Dark Passagelogo std.pngDPJanuary 7,
Move joins.
[7]
TR
Dark Passagelogo std.pngDPFebruary 7,
Bwipo,
Move,
Hioss, and Windjammer (Head Coach) leave.[6]
TR
Fenerbahçe Esportslogo std.pngFBMay 21,
Move joins.
[9]
TR
Fenerbahçe Esportslogo std.pngFBNovember 22,
Move leaves.[8]
LMS
Machi Esportslogo std.pngMCXDecember 17,
Move joins.
[11]
LMS
Machi Esportslogo std.pngMCXMay 8,
Move leaves.[10]
TR
Fenerbahçe Esportslogo std.pngFBMay 10,
Move rejoins.
[13]
TR
Fenerbahçe Esportslogo std.pngFBJune 12,
Move's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 19 November 2018.[16]
TR
Fenerbahçe Esportslogo std.pngFBNovember 28,
Move leaves.[12]
TR
Bursaspor Esportslogo std.pngBURJuly 3,
Move joins.
[15]
TR
Bursaspor Esportslogo std.pngBURJuly 4,
Move's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2019.[17]
TR
Bursaspor Esportslogo std.pngBURNovember 18,
Move and ili (Head Coach)'s contracts expire.[14]

Biography[]

2013 Season[]

Kang Min-su first entered the competitive scene when he joined Alienware Rangers as their jungler in October 2013 under the name Su. The team competed in the Champions 2014 Winter Qualifiers and made it to the offline qualifiers, but were beaten 2-0 by Alienware Arena. The team renamed to Alienware TOP and competed in the NLB 2014 Winter Season instead. They started in the lowest bracket and defeated LoveLive in the first round, but lost the KT Rolster Arrows in the second round and didn't advance further. Su left Alienware in December.

2014 Season[]

Su next joined the newly formed EDward Gaming Future, in July of 2014 renaming to Move. Move and his new team qualified for TGA Winter 2014, the feeder tournament for the LSPL, as the representatives of Jiangsu province. The team dominated the tournament, not dropping a single game in either the group or bracket stages to win the event and qualify for the LSPL 2015 Spring Season. EDG Future also represented China at the China versus Korea International e-Culture Festival 2014, where they defeated Xenics but lost to HUYA Tigers.

2015 Season[]

Spring Season[]

EDG Future renamed to AD Gaming in the off-season, although they kept their affiliation with EDward Gaming. Move remained with the team for the LSPL Spring Season. However, due to new import restrictions, Move, top laner Ray and mid laner BaeMe couldn't all start for the team at the same time as they had the previous year, due to all of them being Korean residents. With AD preferring to start Ray and BaeMe and use Chinese resident qixiaoyin in the jungle, Move only saw action in three late-season games, posting a 2-1 record. AD topped their group and qualified for playoffs, but Move saw no further action with the team.

Summer Season[]

In May, Move moved to North America to play with Gravity for the summer split of the NA LCS. He replaced former jungler Saintvicious, who moved to coach Team Coast. In the summer split's regular season, Gravity finished each week in at worst fourth position, even holding sole possession of first place for weeks 7 and 8; however, they lost both of their games in the final week and ended the season in fourth, after a tiebreaker loss to Team Impulse. Move was also named Rookie of the Split and was the Weekly MVP for Weeks 2 and 7.

In the playoff quarterfinals, Gravity lost to Team SoloMid, leaving them with a year-long total of 30 Championship Points, and qualifying for the regional finals in fifth place. They lost immediately in the gauntlet, reverse swept by first-round opponent Cloud9, who went on to qualify to Worlds. In December, Gravity's LCS slot was purchased by Echo Fox, and Move left the team.

2016 Season[]

Summer Season[]

Move didn't play again until the next summer, when he joined the European team Unicorns of Love along with Exileh and Veritas. The Unicorns, who were coming off a split of instability at the jungle position, got off to a weak start, recording only 3 points over the first three weeks. However, the team improved after that and although they never challenged for the top of the league, they rose up the standings and eventually passed the hotter-starting FC Schalke 04 Esports to finish sixth.

In the playoffs, Move and his team matched up again third-seeded Giants Gaming and upset them 3-1. They competed against first seed G2 Esports in the semi-finals, but fell 3-1, and then lost by an identical score to H2k-Gaming in the third-place match. However, their playoff performance gave Unicorns a seed in the regional finals with a chance to make Worlds. Seeded into the first round, they swept both Giants and a floundering Fnatic to reach the final round against the heavily favored Splyce. Unicorns took Splyce to the full five games, but were unable to prevail in the end, leaving them short of worlds.

Although they fell short of Worlds, Unicorns of Love were invited to IEM Season 11 Oakland after Splyce forfeited their seed. With a reduced field of teams competing, Unicorns easily defeated Brazilian team INTZ 2-0, then defeated TSM 2-1 to advance to the finals. There, they defeated the LMS's Flash Wolves 3-2 to win the tournament. However, despite their recent success, Move left the team a week after IEM ended.

2017 Season[]

Spring Season[]

Move joined Turkish team Dark Passage for the 2017 season, ironically swapping places with Romanian jungler Xerxe, who went from Turkey to Unicorns of Love. Although Dark Passage was the defending champion of the TCL, they retained no players from their 2016 summer campaign, and it showed in their performance. The team won only a single series and sat tied for last place at the end of week three, prompting them to release Move and top laner Bwipo.

Summer Season[]

Move sat out the remainder of the spring season, but joined another Turkish team, 1907 Fenerbahçe Esports for the summer season. His second stint in Turkey went much better, as Fenerbahçe finished the first five weeks in either second or third place before surging over the final three weeks to overtake SuperMassive Esports and Crew e-Sports Club and claim first place. Their regular-season finish gave Fenerbahçe a bye into the playoff semifinals, where they handily swept Crew e-Sports, followed by a finals sweep of SuperMassive to take the title.

This qualified Fenerbahçe for the Worlds 2017 Play-In stage. However, Move's season would end on a tragic note, as visa issues prevented him from joining his team in China for Worlds. Using Crash as an emergency substitute, they were able to qualify for the main event, but Move was unable to play for the entirety of the tournament.

After this disappointing end, Move left Fenerbahçe in November and joined Machi Esports of the LMS.

2018 Season[]

Spring Season[]

Move got the majority of the starts for Machi in the spring split, although he was occasionally subbed out for Taizan. The team performed better with Move, but in a split dominated by Flash Wolves and G-Rex, Machi were a middling team only on the cusp of playoffs for most of the split. Down the stretch, they managed to overtake a slumping J Team to finish third with an 8-6 series record, four series behind G-Rex.

In the playoffs, Move started the first game against fourth-seeded MAD Team but was replaced by Taizan after a loss. Machi won game 2 after the swap, but lost games 3 and 4 with Taizan playing, ending their season.

Summer Season[]

Move left Machi in May and rejoined Fenerbahçe, reuniting him with his 2017 teammates Thaldrin, Frozen, and Padden. Fenerbahçe won their first three games to start the summer split, but were unable to replicate their previous dominance and soon fell to a .500 record. By the end of Week 6, Fenerbahçe had settled into third place and stayed there for the remainder of the split, finishing with a 15-13 record.

In the playoffs, Fenerbahçe defeated sixth-seed Bursaspor Esports 3-1 in the quarterfinals. This sent them to the semi-finals, where the team faced their 2017 finals opponent SuperMassive Esports. However, they were unable to get past the eventual champions, falling 3-1 and ending Move's season short of Worlds once again. In November, Move left the team for the second time.

2019 Season[]

Summer Season[]

Move didn't play again until the following summer when he returned to Turkey and joined Bursaspor Esports, replacing the struggling Taikki. At the time Move joined, Bursaspor was sitting at 3-5 and still easily within reach of playoffs, but although he posted a better KDA than Taikki over the remainder of the split, the team failed to improve as a whole, finishing 6-12 and in eighth place. Move left the team in November.

Trivia[]

  • Has played competitively in 6 different regions.
  • Outstanding Rookie of NA LCS 2015 Summer.[18]
  • Qualified for Worlds 2017 with 1907 Fenerbahçe Esports, but was unable to play due to visa issues. Using Crash as an emergency sub, the team qualified for the group stage without him.
  • Loved by Turkish fans after his time on Fenerbahçe.

Tournament Results[]

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place

Move Tournament Results
DatePlEventLast ResultTeamRoster
2019-08-048 TCL 2019 Summer
6 - 12Blanklogo std.pngRR
Bursaspor Esportslogo std.pngBUR olia,  xeanfun,  Taikki,  Move,  Umut,  Alive,  Japone,  ili,  qLuon
2018-09-023 - 4 TCL 2018 Summer Playoffs
1 : 3SuperMassive Esportslogo std.pngSUP
Fenerbahçe Esportslogo std.pngFB Thaldrin,  Move,  Frozen,  Padden,  Zergsting,  Pades
2018-08-203 TCL 2018 Summer
15 - 13Blanklogo std.pngRR
Fenerbahçe Esportslogo std.pngFB Thaldrin,  Move,  Frozen,  WaenA,  Padden,  Zergsting,  Only35,  Pades
2018-04-144 LMS 2018 Spring Playoffs
1 : 3MAD Teamlogo std.pngMAD
Machi Esportslogo std.pngMCX 3z,  Move,  Taizan,  Apex,  Deul,  Dreamer,  Lo Kang-Ming
2018-04-013 LMS 2018 Spring
8 - 6Blanklogo std.pngRR
Machi Esportslogo std.pngMCX 3z,  Move,  Taizan,  Apex,  Deul,  Dreamer,  Lo Kang-Ming
2017-08-191 TCL 2017 Summer Playoffs
3 : 0SuperMassive Esportslogo std.pngSUP
Fenerbahçe Esportslogo std.pngFB Thaldrin,  Move,  Frozen,  padden,  JAPONE,  Pades
2017-07-311 TCL 2017 Summer
7-6-1Blanklogo std.pngRR
Fenerbahçe Esportslogo std.pngFB Thaldrin,  Move,  Frozen,  padden,  JAPONE,  Pades
2017-07-091 Rift Rivals 2017 LCL-TCL
3 : 0Vega Squadronlogo std.pngVEG
Fenerbahçe Esportslogo std.pngFB Thaldrin,  Move,  Frozen,  padden,  JAPONE
2017-03-137 TCL 2017 Winter
2-6-6Blanklogo std.pngRR
Dark Passagelogo std.pngDP Bwipo,  Hioss,  Wickd,  Move,  Obvious,  Immortoru,  HolyPhoenix,  rogu,  Windjammer,  Shanei
2016-11-211 IEM Season 11 Oakland
3 : 2Yoe Flash Wolveslogo std.pngFW
Unicorns of Lovelogo std.pngUOL Vizicsacsi,  Move,  Exileh,  Veritas,  Hylissang

Media[]

  • 2015
  • 2016

Images[]

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