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Professional gamer makes a return to 17-year-old StarCraft Brood War

Professional gamer finishes military service and is straight back into StarCraft: Brood War, which is now 17 years old
By: Chris Smith | Gaming News | Posted: Dec 23, 2015 1:31 pm

Spotted on the popular StarCraft II website and forum Team Liquid, South Korean StarCraft Brood War player Light has returned to this 17-year-old game after military service.




Spotted playing against fellow South Korean player Rain, Lee Jae Ho is known for playing Terran and placed silver in the 2013-2014 1st LoveTV BJ Starleague, where he played 14 games in total. Returning to the game after two years of military service, Brood War fans are waiting for this gamer to shed a little light on the future of his gaming career (pun intended).


While StarCraft II and subsequent expansions have been released, there is still a core following of Brood War players and fans around the world, somewhat similar to how players didn't want to advance from Counter-Strike 1.6 to Counter-Strike Source, preferring the taxing game mechanics of the older title.


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