Peanut (video gamer)
|KZ Peanut 2018 Spring.png|
|Born||February 3, 1998|
Seoul, South Korea
|Current team||KingZone DragonX|
|Games||League of Legends|
|Dec 2014 - Dec 2015||NaJin e-mFire|
|Jan 2016 - Nov 2016||ROX Tigers|
|Nov 2016 - Nov 2017||SK Telecom T1|
|Nov 2017 - Jan 2018||Longzhu Gaming|
|Jan 2018 -||KingZone DragonX|
Han "Peanut" Wang-ho (Hangul: 한왕호) is a jungler for Kingzone DragonX.
- Changed his legal name from Yoon Wang-ho (윤왕호) to Han Wang-ho (한왕호) in April 2016.
- One of only three players to win Champions Korea playing on different teams: ROX Tigers and SK Telecom T1.
- Known for his Olaf, Nidalee, and Elise.
- Has been known by many as, "The best jungler in the world" and also as top 10 league of legends players worlwide.
- Is the most aggressive jungler in Korea. He's a master of controlled mayhem who routinely takes over games single-handedly.
- More likely to found by name "Peanut lol".
Han "Peanut" Wang-ho joined the Najin organization in late 2014 but was only announced as an official sub for NaJin e-mFire later in December. He finally turned 17 in February and played in his first competitive match at SBENU Champions Spring 2015 against SK Telecom T1 later that month. He shared the starting jungle position with Watch for the rest of the tournament, where NaJin finished 6th overall. NaJin placed fifth in the regular season of SBENU Champions Summer 2015 and qualified for the playoffs but they lost in the first round 2-1 to the KOO Tigers. However, Peanut did not play in any of these games. They earned enough circuit points to make it to the 2015 Season Korea Regional Finals but lost 3-0 in the first round to the Jin Air Green Wings.
During the 2016 LCK Spring Split, the ROX Tigers dominated domestically in similar fashion to 2015. They finished the regular season with a 16-2 match record, losing only to KT Rolster and Samsung Galaxy. Earning first place in the regular season gave them a bye to the finals of the Spring Playoffs, where they faced SK Telecom T1. ROX entered as the favorites this time, but still lost 3-1, earning themselves second place for the spring split.
During the 2016 LCK Summer Split, the Tigers once again placed first in the regular season with an impressive 15-3 scoreline in Bo3s, with two losses to SK Telecom T1 and one loss to Samsung Galaxy. This seeded them in the 2016 LCK Summer Playoffs directly into their third domestic finals, where they eventually met KT Rolster. In an epic series, the ROX Tigers won the set 3-2, claiming 1st place in the Summer Split and giving them Korea's first seed into the 2016 League of Legends World Championship.
During the 2017 LCK Spring Split, Peanut joined SK Telecom T1 as their starting jungler where they secured a 1st place finish after a 3-0 win over KT Rolster. During the 2017 LCK Summer Split SKT finished in 2nd after falling 3-1 to Longzhu Gaming. SK Telecom T1 secured the 2nd place in LCK for Worlds, where they won in the finals 3-0 over Samsung Galaxy. They lost in the finals of 2017 League of Legends World Championship where they was beaten up by Samsung Galaxy.
During the 2018 LCK Spring Split, Peanut joined Kingzone DragonX and they dominated full split as top tier team. They finished regular season with 16-2 and win finals with 3-1 record against Afreeca Freecs. 
- 5-6th, Champions 2015 Spring
- 2nd, CK 2015 Summer
- 3rd, CK 2015 Summer Playoffs
- 5th, Champions 2015 Summer
- 5th, Champions 2015 Summer Playoffs
- 9 -14th KeSPA Cup
- 1st, LCK 2016 Spring
- 2nd, LCK 2016 Spring Playoffs
- 1st, LCK 2016 Summer
- 1st, LCK 2016 Summer Playoffs
- 3-4th, Worlds 2016
- 1st, KeSPA Cup 2016
SK Telecom T1
- 1st, LCK 2017 Spring
- 1st, LCK 2017 Spring Playoffs
- 1st, 2017 Mid-Season Invitational
- 4th, LCK 2017 Summer
- 2nd, LCK 2017 Summer Playoffs
- 2nd, Worlds 2017
Kingzone DragonX (LongZhu Gaming)
- 2nd, KeSPA Cup 2017
- 1st, LCK 2018 Spring
- 1st, LCK 2018 Spring Playoffs
- Peanut on Twitch.tv
- Peanut on Facebook
- Peanut on Instagram
- Peanut on TwitterLua error in Module:WikidataCheck at line 23: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value).
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