Korea StarCraft League
|Jung "Rain" Yoon Jong|
|Most titles||Kim "Last" Sung Hyun, Kim "Soulkey" Min Chul, & Jung "Rain" Yoon Jong (1)|
The Korea StarCraft League (KSL) is a StarCraft: Remastered tournament series hosted by Blizzard Entertainment in South Korea. It was announced in June 2018 and began its first season the following month. It is broadcast regularly in Korean and English on Twitch. The main English language casters for the event are Dan "Artosis" Stemkoski and Nicolas "Tasteless" Plott. It currently runs alongside afreecaTV's AfreecaTV StarCraft League (ASL) as one of the two top level Korean leagues for StarCraft: Remastered.
The KSL was announced to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the StarCraft series, becoming the first Blizzard-run league for the Korean StarCraft scene since StarCraft's release in 1998. Prior to the first season's finals, the second season was announced, with qualifiers in late September of that year and regular play starting in October. The finals of the first season took place in the Yes24 Live Hall in Seoul, with Kim "Last" Sung Hyun becoming the first champion of the KSL.
In February 2019 the third season of competition was announced, confirming the KSL would run in 2019 as well. The third season's finals took place in Nexon Arena in Seoul. With his victory over Byun "Mini" Hyun Je, Jung "Rain" Yoon Jong became the second player to have won both top level Korean leagues in the post-KeSPA period.
|Year||Name of Tournament||Winner||Result of Final||Runner-Up|
|2018||Korea StarCraft League Season 1||Kim "Last" Sung Hyun (Terran)||4 - 0||Lee "Jaedong" Jae-dong (Zerg)|
|2018||Korea StarCraft League Season 2||Kim "Soulkey" Min Chul (Zerg)||4 - 1||Jo "Sharp" Ki Seok (Terran)|
|2019||Korea StarCraft League Season 3||Jung "Rain" Yoon Jong (Protoss)||4 - 1||Byun "Mini" Hyun Je (Protoss)|
- "Blizzard Launching Its First StarCraft: Remastered League". IGN. Retrieved 2018-08-02.