|Revised Romanization||Jang Min-cheol|
|Born||June 17, 1991|
|Games||StarCraft: Brood War (200?-2010)
StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty (2010-2013)
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm (since 2013)
|Career prize money||~$500,000|
Jang Min-chul (장민철, born June 17, 1991), nicknamed MC, BossToss, President Toss and ObamaToss, is a former Korean professional StarCraft II player, playing as the Protoss faction. MC has accumulated more than $500,000 in tournament winnings, and won the Global StarCraft II League (GSL) championship twice. In 2014, Red Bull Esports called him "one of the most successful StarCraft 2 players ever".
Starcraft II Career
Old generations (2010-2012)
He has won the Intel Extreme Masters Season VI World Championship (6–10 March 2012) by defeating PuMa 3-2 in the finals, GOMTV Global StarCraft II League (GSL) twice, and as of 2012[update] is considered one of the top StarCraft II players in the world. He has experienced similar success in Europe, winning 2011 DreamHack Stockholm Invitational and Copenhagen Games Spring 2011, while taking silver in IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Cologne.
SK Gaming (2012-2013)
In July 2011, Min Chul who was playing for the Korean team Old Generations (oGs), began representing SK Gaming in foreign events. In January 2012, this partnership ended with Min Chul leaving Old Generations and moving to play for SK Gaming full-time. He would remain with SK until the end of 2013, when the organization announced his departure.
Free agent (2014-present)
Following his departure from SK Gaming at the end of 2013, MC announced that he would continue to work with his former manager at SK Gaming, but would not join a new professional team.
On June 18, 2015, MC announced his retirement via Twitter.
League of Legends Career
- "Meet MC, the legendary Protoss player". Red Bull ESports. 6 Jun 2014. Retrieved 2 Jan 2014.
- Kolev, Radoslav. "MC and Jinro to attend Dreamhack Invitational". SK Gaming. Retrieved 13 April 2011.
- Miller, Patrick (8 April 2011). "eSports Update: Global StarCraft League World Championship Finals". PCWorld. Retrieved 13 April 2011.
- Stanton, Rich (11 April 2011). "Home News Watch this Starcraft 2 game NOW Watch this Starcraft 2 game Now". PC Gamer. Retrieved 13 April 2011.
- Billengren, Astrid (12 April 2011). "Favorit vann svenskt dreamhack". Nyheterna.se (in Swedish). TV4 Group. Retrieved 13 April 2011.
- Shields, Duncan (15 July 2011). "SK acquires MC and NaDa in oGs deal". SK Gaming. Retrieved 14 January 2012.
- Shields, Duncan (13 January 2012). "MC leaves oGs and joins SK full-time". SK Gaming. Retrieved 14 January 2012.
- Khaw, Cassandra (December 30, 2013). "SK Gaming streamlines player rosters". onGamers. Archived from the original on January 1, 2014. Retrieved December 31, 2013.
- Rob Zacny (31 Dec 2013). "Shakeups in StarCraft as star players Bomber and MC leave their respective teams". PCGamesN. Retrieved 2 Jan 2014.
- Cassandra 'deca7' Khaw (15 Jan 2014). "MC will not be joining a team". OnGamers. Archived from the original on 2015-01-03. Retrieved 2 Jan 2015.
- STUCHIU (18 Jun 2015). "MC: Farewell to One of the Greatest". teamliquid. Retrieved 2 Jul 2015.
- "콩두 몬스터 LoL 팀, '프통령' 장민철 코치 선임" [Jang Min-chul Appointed Coach of Kongdoo's League of Legends Team] (in Korean). November 2, 2016. Retrieved November 2, 2016.
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