HerO
Team Liquid
GSL Code S
  • Protoss
    Race
  • South Korea
    Country
  • 17
    Rank
  • 1075
    Points
Bio

Song ‘HerO’ Hyeon Deok is a Protoss player for Team Liquid. HerO was one of the very first South Korean pro gamers to be signed to a team that was owned and managed outside of South Korea.

HerO’s lifetime prize earnings total over $200,000, with his first big tournament payout being DreamHack Winter 2011, netting him $29,600. Since then, HerO has amassed 4 more major tournament victories and cemented himself as one of the most recognizable and loved players in StarCraft II.

HerO became the first StarCraft II player to ever win two DreamHacks by taking down DreamHack Winter 2011 and DreamHack Winter 2012.

In 2013, HerO earned over $52,000 in prize money. He began the year with a third place finish at DreamHack Open Stockholm and quickly followed up with a first place finish for WCS America Season 1. The rest of the year was filled with top 10 finishes in other tournaments, and allowed him to be ranked high enough to attend the 2013 WCS Global Finals at BlizzCon.

HerO entered the 2013 WCS Global Finals ranked 5th, and faced sOs in the first round. Although HerO was the higher seed, it would be sOs who would take the series 3-1 and continue all the way through the finals to win the 2013 WCS Championship title.

Biography used with permission from Liquipedia. Liquipedia Photo attribution Kevin Chang/Team Liquid

Past Events
Date Event Place
2013 WCS Season 3 Finals 9th - 12th
2013 WCS America Premier League Season 3 5th-8th
IEM New York 2013 5th-8th
Dreamhack Open: Bucharest 2013 13th-16th
2013 WCS America Challenger League Season 2 1st-8th
IEM Shanghai 2013 3rd-4th
2013 WCS America Premier League Season 2 17th-24th
MLG Spring Championship 2013 3rd-4rth
DreamHack Open: Summer 2013 3rd-4th
2013 WCS Season 1 Finals 9th-12th
DreamHack Open: Stockholm 2013 3rd-4th
DreamHack Open: Stockholm 2013 3rd-4th
2013 WCS America Premier League Season 1 1st
NASL Season 4 1st
DreamHack Open: Winter 2012 1st
WCS: Asia Finals 3rd
GSL Season 2: Code S 2012 3rd-4th
IPL Tournament of Champions 3rd
NASL Season 2 2nd
DreamHack Winter 2011 1st