Lim Yo-hwan (Esports Player) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Net Worth

is a former professional player of the real-time strategy computer game StarCraft. He is often referred to as The Terran Emperor (Korean: 테란의 황제), or simply “The Emperor”, and is widely considered to be one of the most successful players of the genre as well as an esports icon. In late 2010, he retired from StarCraft: Brood War and founded the StarCraft II team SlayerS. Since the disbanding of SlayerS, he briefly returned to SK Telecom T1 (SK T1) as a coach before retiring due to health related issues. He is currently a professional poker player.

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Lim Yo-hwan Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 4 September 1980
Birth Day 24 September
Birth Years 1988
Age 42 years old
Birth Place Seoul, South Korea
Birth City Seoul
Birth Country South Korea
Nationality South Korean
Famous As Pro gamer
Also Known for Pro gamer
Zodiac Sign Libra
Occupation Pro gamer

Also Known by the Full name Lim Yo-hwan, is a Good Pro gamer. He was born on 4 September 1980, in Seoul, South Korea. Seoul is a beautiful and populous city located in Seoul, South Korea South Korea.

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Lim Yo-hwan Net Worth

Lim Yo-hwan has a net worth of $1.5 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Pro gamer. Famously known as the Pro gamer of South Korea. He is seen as one of the most successful Pro gamer of all times. Lim Yo-hwan Wealth & Primary Source of earning is being a successful South Korean Pro gamer.

Lim entered the career as Pro gamer In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $0.5 Million to $1.5 Million Approx
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Income Source Pro gamer

Personal Life, Relationships and Dating

Lim wrote an autobiography entitled Crazy as Me in 2004 detailing his life as a pro gamer.

‘s official Twitter account

The Pro gamer with a large number of Twitter followers, with whom he shares his life experiences. Lim is gaining More popularity of his Profession on Twitter these days. You can read today’s latest tweets and post from ‘s official Twitter account below, where you can know what he is saying in his previous tweet. Read top and most recent tweets from his Twitter account here…

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Social Network

Born on 4 September 1980, the Pro gamer is Probably the most famous person on social media. Lim is a popular celebrity and social media influencer. With his huge number of social media followers, he frequently shares numerous individual media files for viewers to comment with his massive amount of support from followers across all major social media sites. Affectively interact with and touch his followers. You can scroll down for information about his Social media profiles.

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Life Story & Timeline

2016

His biggest cash live was $33,100 when he finished 2nd at the APT – Asian Poker Series Experience Manila in 2016.

2015

BoxeR played in an exhibition “Archon Mode” StarCraft tournament hosted by Blizzard on November 6, 2015 at Blizzcon 2015 .

In 2011 Lim Yo-hwan entered a common-law marriage with South Korean actress and media personality Kim Ga-yeon, also known as SlayerS`Jessica, who is eight years older than him. The marriage was kept secret for two years. They welcomed a baby girl on August 1, 2015. The couple was later formally married on May 8, 2016 after 5 years of common-law marriage.

2014

Lim announced his career switch to a professional poker player in February 2014.

After retiring from the Starcraft scene, Lim Yo-hwan transitioned to poker, claiming that it is less demanding from a physiological standpoint. He plays both online and live since 2014. As of 2018, he has collected nearly $200,000 in live earnings on the Asian Poker Circuit. He plays mostly in Macau, Manila, and Las Vegas, but was also seen in Vietnam.

2012

It was announced on January 25, 2012 that SlayerSBoxeR would be appointed the head playing coach for the team SlayerS. This would be the first time he would be part of the coaching staff for any team in his 13-year-long career.

On April 16, 2012, it was announced that BoxeR would be forfeiting his Code A match due to health concerns. His shoulder has been hurting for over a year and a half and it had gotten to the point where he could not play more than five games a day. As a result, he has decided to take a break from progaming to rehabilitate, assuring that his break is only temporary.

On August 16, 2012, it was announced that BoxeR would be leaving SlayerS and re-joining SKT1 as a StarCraft II team coach. On September 26, 2013, Lim left this positions due to health complications and effectively retired from the eSports scene.

2011

In March 2011, SlayerSBoxer’s newly formed “SlayerS Clan” StarCraft II team won the GOMTV Global StarCraft II Team League, just months after their formation, defeating teams Startale, and oGs (Old Generations). They would go on to defeat IM (Incredible Miracle) by 5 games to 4 in a best-of-9 series. The same month SlayerSBoxer was also one of the few Koreans drafted for the North American Star League, a new tournament outside of the Korean StarCraft scene, with a prize pool of $100,000. “SlayerS Clan” repeated the feat by winning the next GOMTV Global StarCraft II Team League in May 2011, beating the team “MVP” in the final and proving to be a very consistent team.

SlayerSBoxeR returned to the most prestigious Code S tournament on December 22, 2011, for the GSL January 2012 tournament.

In addition to team sponsors with SKT1 and SlayerS, BoxeR has been personally sponsored by companies including LG and Intel. In 2011, after becoming an Intel spokesman, he guest-starred in the Visual Life commercial series starring Girls’ Generation (SNSD) that featured him playing TvZ (Terran Vs. Zerg) against Im Yoona at the top-floor cafeteria of the SM Entertainment office in Chungdamdong to promote the gaming-related capability of Intel computers. It was confirmed that the two exchanged autographs, including Yoona signing BoxeR’s keyboard. The commercial was pulled from Korean TV when Intel execs realized that their gameplay footage was a replay of one of BoxeR’s earlier televised matches.

2010

In September 2010, Boxer began playing high level StarCraft II games against other pro gamers as Terran under the username ManofOneway, but has switched to SlayerSBoxeR since he announced his return. He is now playing StarCraft II at a professional level and has made it to the Round of 4 in GSL (GOMTV Global StarCraft II League) Open Season 2, where he lost 0–4 to NesTea. However, he would not fare as well in following seasons, even dropping to Code A (the lower GSL League) in March 2011.

He formed the StarCraft II clan SlayerS (sls) in November 2010. As well, he is featured in a documentary TV show, ‘Boxer’s Wings, about his StarCraft career and his transition from StarCraft: Brood War to StarCraft II.

2008

After Lim joined the Republic of Korea Air Force, he started putting his fame to work. After a month and a half an Air Force pro-gaming team was created. Lim found some retired pro-gamers who joined the Air Force before him, including H.O.T-Forever, CLon, ChRh, fOru, Rage, Qoo, Sunny and MuMyung. Together they formed the first military pro-gaming team. Two months after the team was announced, ACE (Airforce Challenge E-sports) was official. ACE first played in the 2008 ShinHan Proleague, and has participated ever since.

On December 22, 2008, Boxer returned to SKT1 and played on that team as military service was ending, and has remained on its A-Team; however, he has concentrated on playing individual league matches since then.

2006

Even after his prime years, Lim was ranked 11th on the April 2006 Korean e-Sports Players Association (KeSPA) rankings, and made it to the finals of the EVER Ongamenet Starleague (OSL) of late 2004 (losing to iloveoov by three games to two) and the finals of the 2005 So1 OnGameNet Starleague (losing to Anytime by three games to two).

In August 2006 Lim announced at the MSL group draws that he had received his draft letter from the government, and would be entering the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) by the end of the year. He later said he would try his best to return after his 2 and a half years of service.

2004

In 2004 he was voted the greatest gamer of all time by readers of ESReality, a popular Western esports website, and in June 2006 he was included in an MTV list of “The 10 Most Influential Video Gamers Of All Time.”

Lim wrote an autobiography entitled Crazy As Me in 2004 detailing his life as a progamer.

1980

Lim Yo-hwan (born 4 September 1980), known by the ID SlayerS_`BoxeR` (usually shortened to BoxeR), is a former professional player of the real-time strategy computer game StarCraft. He is often referred to as The Terran Emperor (Korean: 테란의 황제 ), or simply “The Emperor”, and is widely considered to be one of the most successful players of the genre as well as an esports icon. In late 2010, he retired from StarCraft: Brood War and founded the StarCraft II team SlayerS. Since the disbanding of SlayerS, he briefly returned to SK Telecom T1 (SK T1) as a coach before retiring due to health related issues. He is currently a professional poker player.

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