Former professional player Son Sccc Chun played 147 matchmaking games during the week of January 26 to February 3. That's just over 20 games per day.
Over 147 matches, the player's win rate was 48.3%. The most successful heroes were Outworld Destroyer and Naga Siren. OD's winrate reached a value of 100% for the 7 games played on him. Son played 12 times for Naga Siren and won 75% of the time. Sccc is currently ranked #80 in ladder in Southeast Asia.
Sccc started his professional playing career in 2014 at Newbee's academy, Newbee Young, in 2016 he was brought into the organization's main roster as a Carry. Son played for Newbee for three years, with them he became the champion of many tournaments: Galaxy Battles, ZOTAC Cup Masters, ESL One Genting 2018. Also in their lineup, he took 2nd place at The International 2017. In 2019, Chun leaves the team and moves to Team Aster. It's worth noting that Sccc was not involved in the rigged matches that Valve banned Newbee for at their events in 2020.
In 2020, Sohn announced that he was ending his career as a player. His last team was EHOME, with whom he placed 3rd at the OGA Dota PIT Season 4: China. Since then, Sccc has fully dedicated himself to coastering Dota 2 tournaments. But earlier this year, he participated in a local Chinese tournament, The Dota Masters Season 3, where he took 1st place as part of the 小猪帮 team.
As previously reported by Cyberscore.live, Watson accepted a challenge from Ultimate Dota to play 35 games in 24 hours.