From one mobile MOBA game to another, Arena of Valor pro player Shin “JJak” Chang-hoon has decided to switch to League of Legends: Wild Rift.

He was last seen in the AoV scene as a coach for Team 3 Stars during the Arena of Valor World Cup 2021 Group Stage.

JJak arrives on the Rift

League of Legends: Wild Rift, JJak, RoV Pro League
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JJak will kick off his Wild Rift career at the Wariwari Rumble 2021 tournament in South Korea. He will be playing with his new team, GLUK Gaming.

JJak is a former member of Realm of Valor (RoV) teams KOG Diamond Cobra and Talon Esports. He is a decorated Arena of Valor player, having bagged championships in three different leagues.

He is a titleholder at the Penta Storm Premier League (PSPL) Summer 2017, Garena Challenger Series (GCS) Summer 2018, and the RoV Pro League Season 3 2019.

The Wariwari Rumble 2021 tournament will take place from August 9 to August 24 and will offer a US$22,000 prize pool.

Arena of Valor pros who have made the big switch to Wild Rift

League of Legends: Wild Rift Hak
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JJak’s former teammates Kim”HAK” Do-Yeop and Lee”Rush” Ho-Yeon have also switched to Wild Rift. The two are currently playing for the Japanese team, Sengoku Gaming.

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