Huni says he likes FPS games, was asked to join Immortals' pro Overwatch team in 2016

Most people in the League of Legends community are familiar with Heo “Huni” Seung-hoon, the current top laner for Team Dignitas. But not many people know that the 22-year-old veteran had a chance to become a professional Overwatch player.

In an interview on James “Dash” Patterson’s show “The Queue,” Huni was asked if he’d consider becoming a pro player in another game. He said that he’d only do it if he was really good at that title. Huni also revealed that he’s actually a better first-person shooter player and that he was offered a spot on Immortals’ pro Overwatch team in 2016.

After Immortals failed to win the playoffs, Huni said the team’s former CEO, Noah Whinston, reached out to see if he’d want to play professional Overwatch during the League offseason.

In 2016, the pro Overwatch scene was in its infancy and Immortals was still figuring out its roster. If he switched games, it would’ve been a drastic change to Huni’s career since he could’ve eventually ended up on the Los Angeles Valiant.

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