Our StarCraft II player Han Sang 'biGs' Cho will quit his professional gaming career in order to focus on his academic career instead. The Korean Zerg player who lives in Switzerland was one of Europes most talented young StarCraft II players.
He was one of the upcoming and talented Zerg players in Europe: When Han Sang 'biGs' Cho joined mousesports he improved every week, culminating in strong performances at the ESL Pro Series Spring 2012. However, biGs wasn't able to perform his best recently, due to a more time consuming non-gaming schedule, so it was a mutual step for the young adult to step back from professional gaming in order to focus on his academic career in the future.
We will release biGs from his contract with immediate effect and won't insist on any of his obligations, so he can fully concentrate on his upcoming tasks. We believe that with the skill- and mindset biGs brings to the table, he will be doing fine in the new challenges ahead of him. All the best to you, Han Sang!
Statement Han Sang 'biGs' Cho: 'First of all I'd like to thank mousesports for giving me the opportunity to join them, improve a lot, and participate in a lot of events. I spent a great year in a family of awesome teammates and I had a lot of fun. Due to personal issues I'll not be able to invest as much time into sc2 as I did before. I will probably continue to play a bit for enjoyment, but much less than before. I think it's time for me to choose another path than gaming. Best of luck to mousesports in the future. mouz hwaiting!!!'