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On May 22, 2013 it was announced that Seed had joined team FXOpen. He seems to be staying in Korea, and is expected to play in team leagues as well as the local WCS. 
The first major Heart of the Swarm tournament that Seed participated in was the 2013 MLG Winter Championship. In the Showdowns he faced Sniper, who he defeated 3-1 to qualify for the main event. However, he fell in the first round to Rain. Later on in the Exhibition Matches, he lost 3-2 to MarineKing, and got knocked out of the tournament entirely.
On December 14, 2011, Seed participated in the KSL Daily Week 3 Day 3. Choya started off from the quarterfinals. Seed took down S and Terius in order to advance to the finals. In the finals, Seed defeated Life by a score of 2-0 and grabbed first place.
Homestory Cup 7 [ edit ]
On September 22, 2013 Seed played in the WCS Korea Season 3 Qualifiers. He was seeded into Group B3. There, he would receive a BYE in the first round before defeating KassiA 2-0, DeParture 2-0, and Organ 2-0 to once again qualify for challenger league. In challenger league he was placed in Bracket 1, where he was once again defeated 2-0 in his opening series, this time to Savage. This loss would send seed out of challenger league for season 3.
After dropping to Code A in 2012 GSL Season 2, Seed faced Symbol in Ro32, where he lost 0-2.
In 2011, Seed tried to qualify for GSL Code A. He made it to the finals in the 2011 GSL July Preliminaries, where he lost to his teammate YoDa in the finals and in the 2011 GSL October Preliminaries where he defeated Apocalypse in the Ro 8 and Hannibal in the Ro 4 before losing 2-0 to SUPERSTAR in the finals.
Joining FXOpen [ edit ]
Seed made his debut for the team Incredible Miracle in 2011 GSTL February. He started in the match vs Old Generations, where he had an impressive performance, taking out such oGs players as Ensnare, TOP, and Hyperdub, before being stopped by MC.
In 2012, Seed finally qualified for Code A in the 2012 GSL Season 1 Code A, defeating VINES in his bracket’s finals and made his Code A debut in the 2012 GSL Season 1 Code A. There, he qualified for Code S winning all his opponents 2-0, not losing a map against Monster in the Round of 48, BoxeR in the Round of 32 and finally Leenock in the Round of 24.