If he no longer plays League of Legends, maybe SofM will become a talented coach leading a team at VCS.
So far, SofM is remembered by fans as a gentle and quiet gamer in real life, but “aggressive” and “bloodthirsty” in the game. Recently, the jungler of Weibo Gaming had a short interview to share about his career, he pointed out many things about the difference between Vietnam and China Esports, his plan after leaving the Esports stage,…
SofM gives interviews about career problems.
According to SofM, the first time this player knew about Esports was in 2008, when “Duy Cau Giay” played Warcraft and learned about some tournaments on the Garena forum. Since this is the heyday of D-Day and Dota 1, it’s not unusual for SofM to be attracted to these 2 moba game maps, perhaps this is also the reason why SofM is so passionate about League of Legends as it is now.
In addition, SofM shared about the difference between Chinese and Vietnamese Esports after many years of playing in this region. In particular, the LPL has a better, better and stricter competitive environment than VCS – Vietnam. In particular, being strict with yourself is also the advice that SofM sends to young players in Vietnam today.
SofM describes himself as a very strict, serious and gifted gamer.
Referring to the near future, “VN forest god” said that he has two main directions: continue to play or return to Vietnam. Besides, SofM revealed that if he is no longer a professional player, SofM will still work in the game industry as a commentator, coach or streamer.
Fans can follow SofM for a long time in the game industry even when he leaves the player chair.
The main reason for these decisions is probably because the Vietnamese Forest God’s hobby is playing games, especially playing games with friends. In his spare time, this player will join friends in Vietnam or China to experience attractive games on Steam.
SofM is known as the “King of the Game” because playing any game is at a level that can be played professionally.
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