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Oh "'''SaSin'''" Seung-ju played for [[Quvic E-Sports]] during the [[Champions Spring 2015/Qualifiers|Champions Spring 2015 Qualifiers]] but they lost 2-1 to [[Xenics]] in the group stage. The team disbanded on February 14, 2015. He joined [[Prime Clan]] in March of 2015 as their mid laner. They qualified for [[SBENU Champions Summer 2015]] after going 1-1 in their group against [[Samsung Galaxy]] and Xenics during [[Champions Summer 2015/Promotion|Champions Summer 2015 Promotion]]. Afterwards, Prime was sponsored by SBENU and renamed themselves to [[SBENU Sonicboom]]. SaSin shares the starting mid position with [[do it]]. SBENU placed last in Champions Summer and were forced to play in the [[LCK/2016 Season/Spring Promotion|LCK 2016 Season Spring Promotion]]. SBENU played [[Ever]] and managed to win 3-1 to requalify for the LCK.
SBENU played in the [[2015 LoL KeSPA Cup]] where they lost 2-1 in the quarterfinals to [[SK Telecom T1]].
During the [[LCK/2016 Season/Spring Season|2016 LCK Spring Season]], SBENU Sonicboom went 2-16 in sets, finishing in ninth place, forcing them to play relegations matches for their spot in the summer split. SBENU chose [[ESC Ever]] as their relegations opponent, but were defeated 3-0, relegating them to [[Challengers Korea/2016 Season/Summer Season|Challengers Korea 2016 Summer]]. Afterwards, SaSin moved to a coaching role within the team.
In October, SaSin retired from the competitive ''League of Legends'' scene.<ref>[http://esports.dailygame.co.kr/view.php?ud=2016102808293522474 '사신' 오승주, LoL 선수 은퇴 후 군입대 준비 (Korean)] ''esports.dailygame.kr''</ref>
SBE-SaSin-2015lck.jpg|SSB SaSin 2015 Summer
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