T1 T1 Korea Rank #3 xeta Son Seon-ho (손선호) Sayaplayer Ha Jeong-woo (하정우) BeomJun Kim Beom-jun (김범준) ban Joseph Seungmin Oh Munchkin Byeon Sang-beom (변상범) Carpe Lee Jae-hyeok (이재혁) have finalized their roster with Overwatch legend Lee "Carpe" Jae-hyeok (이재혁), following his retirement from the Overwatch League team Philadelphia Fusion.

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예상을 뒤집는 마지막 멤버를 공개합니다...👀
#T1VALORANT Pacific에 'Carpe' 이재혁 선수가 합류합니다!

Always expect the unexpected... 👀
Rounding out T1 Valorant Pacific team is...@Carpe_!

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Carpe has had an illustrious Overwatch career, known for his proficiency on hitscan-intensive characters such as Widowmaker and Cassidy. His career began in 2016 with BK Stars, where he spent time with Chae "Bunny" Joon-hyuk (채준혁) and Lim "twinkl" Young-bin (임영빈), two Overwatch players who have since switched over to Valorant, becoming a player for F4Q F4Q Inactive Hermes Ahn Byeong-wook (안병욱) Estrella Park Gun (박건) fiveK Yoo Sung-min (유성민) GOLD Geum Chang-wan (금창완) and a coach for Crazy Raccoon Crazy Raccoon Japan Rank #3 Astell Moon Ji-won (문지원) popogachi Souta Morita Meiy neth Yusuke Matsuda respectively.

He later joined Faze Clan, a North American team that made waves after coming in second place for North American Contenders 2017. The hitscan ace was later picked up by Philadelphia Fusion, where they finished second in season 1 of the Overwatch League. Carpe had a medley of solid performances over the years, with his best one at Overwatch World Cup 2018, where he represented his country and finished with a gold medal. 2020 was his best year with the Fusion as they achieved two consecutive tournament second-place finishes, second during the regular season, and fourth-place overall. Carpe also received the Role Star DPS award the same year.

The Korean star has spent his entire OWL career with the Fusion throughout all five seasons and was regarded as a legend in the scene due to his commitment, as players and coaches alike have come and left the team, with Carpe being the veteran remaining. In his final season, he found minimal playtime, and ended his year with a top-twelve overall finish. He also ranked second in multiple all-time hero statistics.

After getting accepted into the Pacific partnership league, T1 retained xeta , Byeon "Munchkin" Sang-beom (변상범), Joseph "ban" Seungmin Oh, and head coach Yoon "Autumn" Eu-ddeum (윤으뜸). The organization parted ways with Joshua "steel" Nissan and Zander "thwifo" Kim and signed Ha "Sayaplayer" Jeong-woo (하정우) and Kim "BeomJun" Beom-jun (김범준) in their place. Carpe will join the team's starting five, with BeomJun moving to a sixth-man position.

With the addition of Carpe, T1 T1 Korea Rank #3 xeta Son Seon-ho (손선호) Sayaplayer Ha Jeong-woo (하정우) BeomJun Kim Beom-jun (김범준) ban Joseph Seungmin Oh Munchkin Byeon Sang-beom (변상범) Carpe Lee Jae-hyeok (이재혁) are now:

  • Byeon "Munchkin" Sang-beom (변상범)
  • Son "xeta" Seon-ho (손선호)
  • Ha "Sayaplayer" Jeong-woo (하정우)
  • Kim "BeomJun" Beom-jun (김범준)
  • Joseph "ban" Seungmin Oh
  • Lee "Carpe" Jae-hyeok (이재혁)
  • Yoon "Autumn" Eu-ddeum (윤으뜸) (Head coach)
  • Dakota "Stunner" MacLeod (Coach)