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Curran "ttigers" Han is the jungler for Hammers eSports.
Ttigers began his competitive Vainglory career in the Autumn season playing with LiberationX. The team was upset in the round of 32 in the first Autumn Qualifier by Vertigo Black, putting them in danger of not qualifying for the Autumn Live Championships. The team rebounded in the second qualifier, finishing top 4 and narrowly qualified for the Autumn Championship. During the qualifier, Ttigers built a reputation for his farming and stutter-stepping abilities and was recognized as one of the top laners in North America. At the Autumn Championships, Tigers was unable to attend the first two days of the event due to personal reasons, and only flew in for the last day. In the semi-finals match, Ttigers immediately made an impact with his Celeste and Ringo play, and helped Liberation qualify for the finals. In the finals match against Nemesis Hydra, Liberation fell down 0-2 in the best of 5 series. After replacing DawnEclypse with martohhh, LiberationX completed a reverse sweep and won the Autumn Live Championships.
In the Winter season, Ttigers remained on LiberationX. The winter season started off roughly for LibX, as they were majorly upset by much lower seeded Vainguard. They rebounded in the second qualifier, finishing fourth overall after losing to Hammers Velocity in the 3rd place match and again narrowly qualified for the Winter Live Championships. They rebounded in the second qualifier, finishing fourth overall after losing to Hammers Velocity in the 3rd place match and again narrowly qualified for the Winter Live Championships.
In the Spring season, Ttigers joined Hammers Kinetic along with other new arrival gabevizzle. In their first official qualifier playing together, the team won VGL Spring 2016 Qualifier 1 after beating their sister team Hammers Velocity in the semi-finals and GankStars Sirius in the finals. Hammers Kinetic made it to the top 8 in VGL Spring 2016 Qualifier 2, but lost 0-2 to Noble eSports. Kinetic again qualified for the Spring Live Championships by finishing 1st in the first qualifier, and went on to finish top 4 at the Spring Championships.
Ttigers remained on Hammers Kinetic in the Summer season, but took on a role as a substitute behind new additions Micshe and PONtheoriginal due to summer traveling. Kinetic finished 5th in split one, narrowly escaping relegation to challenge battles as they built synergy with their new roster. However, they rebounded in split 2, finishing 3rd overall. With their performance in split 2, Kinetic qualified for their third straight live championship.