Kim "Ssumday" Chan-ho was picked up by KT Rolster B on February 27, 2013 to be their starting top laner. His first tournament was OLYMPUS Champions Spring 2013 where KT B lost in the quarterfinals 3-1 to MVP Ozone. After the tournament, KT B changed their name to the KT Bullets and ssumday was benched in favor of InSec, who was moved top to make room for KaKAO to rejoin the team. He remained on the Bullets as a sub until he was moved to the KT Rolster Arrows as their new starting top laner on October 7, 2013.
During the LCK 2016 Spring Season, KT Rolster finished second place in the regular season with a 13-5 match record. Ssumday was second place in MVP voting with 1100 points behind Smeb. Their regular season placement earned them a bye into the semi-finals of the Spring Playoffs, where they faced SK Telecom T1. Unfortunately, they were swept 3-0, ending their spring split with a third place finish.
During the 2016 LCK Summer Split, KT Rolster claimed third place in the regular season with a 13-5 series record, losing to SK Telecom T1 based on game score. This seeded them into the 2nd round of the 2016 LCK Summer Playoffs, where they met Samsung Galaxy. KT had yet to drop a game to Samsung since the start of Season 5's LCK era, and this trend continued as they swept them 3-0. In the semifinals, they met SK Telecom T1 in the Telecom Wars, and this time they managed to reverse sweep them 3-2 to move onto the finals. In an epic set against the ROX Tigers, KT Rolster barely lost 3-2, losing out on Korea's first seed at Worlds, but giving them the highest seed for the Korea Regional Finals 2016. In a rematch against Samsung Galaxy where KT were heavily favored to make it out, Samsung managed to break a 19 game losing streak against KT to win the set 3-2 and take Korea's third seed, ending KT Rolster's season early. Ssumday left KT in November and in the next month he moved over to North America and joined Team Dignitas.
The 2017 NA LCS Spring Season started off poorly for Dignitas in the first three weeks as they picked up one series win. However, they managed to end the season on a high note and finished the split in 6th place with a 9-9 record. In the playoffs they lost 0-3 in the Quarterfinals to Phoenix1. The Summer Season was much better for the team and they finished 5th place after a very good first half to the season. In the playoffs Team Dignitas defeated Cloud9 3-1 in the Quarterfinals. Their playoff run was however put to a halt when they lost 1-3 to Team SoloMid in the Semifinals and 0-3 to Counter Logic Gaming in the third place match. In the 2017 Season North America Regional Finals Team Dignitas were swiftly eliminated after an 0-3 loss to FlyQuest. In November of 2017 Ssumday left the team after they were not accepted in the NA LCS franchising and joined 100 Thieves.
In November of 2017, freshman organization 100 Thieves announced Ssumday as one of their first three signings for the upcoming split, along with jungler Meteos and mid laner Ryu. Ssumday had previously played with Ryu during their time on the KT Rolster Bullets in the 2013 Season. Bottom laner Cody Sun and support Aphromoo would be signed later on to round out the roster. 100 Thieves would go on to impress in their inaugural split, winning a tie-breaker with Echo Fox to earn first place for the regular season and falling to Team Liquid in five games in the playoff finals to earn second place. Ssumday and 100 Thieves started the Summer Split out hot, winning five games in a row after an 0-2 start. The team stayed in 2nd place until Week 9, when they fell to 3rd behind Cloud9, placing them in a four-way tiebreaker bracket with Echo Fox, Team SoloMid, and FlyQuest. 100 Thieves won both tiebreaker games, due in part to Ssumday's excellent performances, and thus attained the 3rd seed in the playoffs, where they fell to Team Liquid in the semifinals. 100 Thieves qualified for the 2018 Season World Championship by virtue of their accumulated Championship Points. Drawn into a group with eventual finalists Fnatic and Invictus Gaming as well as LMS team G-Rex, 100 Thieves performed to community expectations and finished third in their group, with their only two wins coming over G-Rex.
After signing SKT T1 botlaner Bang and Counter Logic Gaming midlaner Huhi in the 2018 offseason, 100 Thieves looked to continue their winning ways. They had a decent start to the 2019 Spring Split, winning three consecutive games after going 0-3 in their first three. The team's performance nosedived, however, as they struggled yo properly allocate resources to both Ssumday and Bang. 100 Thieves won only one more game in Spring, finishing in last place with four wins and fourteen losses. Summer brought about more roster changes for the Thieves, as they brought in European jungler Amazing and promoted their Academy midlaner, Soligo, who replaced AnDa and Huhi, respectively. After two winless weeks to start the Summer Split, 100 Thieves benched Ssumday and Soligo and promoted Academy players FakeGod and Ryu to the main team. Ssumday spent the rest of the Summer Split playing for the Thieves' Academy team, racking up 11 wins in 13 games with the squad and helping them clinch the third seed. 100 Thieves Academy won the Summer Playoffs, with Ssumday playing exclusively carry champions.
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