|Country of Birth||South Korea|
|Alternate IDs||HKES Olleh (TW), Sharkbari, KT A Olleh, Padaria Cremosa (KR) paiN JJOO, paiN Olleh, JooSungE, Padaria Cremosa (BR), TL Olleh, IMT Olleh|
|Team||Start Date||End Date||Role|
He was formerly known as ANNA.
Known as a very joyful and positive player, Olleh's first team was KT Rolster Arrows. However he would leave his home region in order to play in Brazil throughout 2014. Not finding much success there, he moved over to Taiwan and joined the LMS team Hong Kong Esports. Although the team was consistently Top 4, they weren't able to win a split. Olleh eventually left in the second half of 2016 and joined Immortals in the NA LCS. The team did reach an NA LCS final but would lose to TSM.
They were also able to qualify for Worlds but couldn't make it out of Groups. In 2018 after joining Team Liquid and teaming up at bottom lane with start ADC player Doublelift, Olleh finally won his first championship when Team Liquid took down 100 Thieves in the Spring Playoffs finals. Following their win, TL attended MSI but finished 5th in the group stage and couldn't advance. After winning an NA LCS title, Olleh looks towards capturing an international title.
Kim "Olleh" Joo-sung started playing League of Legends in April 2013, and got recruited by Korean professional LoL Team "KT Rolster Arrows" as a Support player, where well-known professional player "Maknoon" was playing for as the Top Laner. After participated in OGN with KT Arrows, he left the team and soon joined Brazilian team PaiN Gaming in June 2014.
PaiN Gaming has been performing poorly until Olleh joined the team. He, as well as another newly recruited Korean player "Lactea", made PaiN Gaming looked like a completely different team. They performed incredibly well in tournaments including finishing Brazilian League - Champions Series as 2nd place and as Champion in X5 Mega Arena - International Challenge 2014 .
Playing only support-typed champions, Olleh had 3 different accounts placed in challenger tier of Korean server, and was once the 1st and 4th rank in Challenger tier of Brazilian server.
With such great achievements that he has had, many other teams around the globe started to put their eyes on Olleh. As talented as he is, Olleh decided to leave PaiN Gaming in December 2014 and tried exploring for any other opportunities from other regions. In January 2015, he has made his decision of joining team Hong Kong Esports owned by Hong Kong Esports Limited Company as a Support player.</div>
After almost two years with Hong Kong Esports and couple of controversies along the way, the team announced Olleh's departure in September of 2016. During the off season, North American team Immortals announced that Olleh will be joining the team for Season 7 as the starting support. The team's first tournament was IEM XI Gyeonggi, where they reached the semifinals before losing to Kongdoo Monster (1-2) despite the limited amount of practice the team had prior to the event.
- His original username was Sharkbari.
- He did not participate in any tournaments before and just started playing League of Legends in April 2013.
- Reached #1 in Solo Ranked in both Brazilian and Taiwanese server.
|2015-12-12||All-Star Los Angeles 2015 5v5||LMS Allstars 1 : 2 Not found|
|2015-08-29||Hong Kong Esports Tournament Season 3||hkes 1 : 3 Flash Wolves|
|2015-08-16||2015 Season Taiwan Regional Finals||hkes 2 : 3 Flash Wolves|
|2015-07-26||2015 LMS Summer Playoffs||hkes 0 : 3 ahq e-Sports Club|
|2015-07-12||2015 LMS Summer Season||HKES 5-8-1 Not found|
|2015-04-10||2015 LMS Spring Playoffs||HKES 0 : 3 ahq e-Sports Club|
|2015-03-22||2015 LMS Spring Season||HKES 15 : 6 Not found|
|2015-01-17||HKESC Winter Playoffs||HKES 2 : 3 yoe Flash Wolves|
|2014-09-26||Brazil Gaming League 2014 Season 1||pain 0 : 2 Keyd Stars|
|2014-07-20||2014 Season Brazil Regional Finals||pain 1 : 2 CNB e-Sports Club|
|2014-06-08||Riot Brazilian Champion League 2014||pain 2 : 3 Keyd Stars|
- March 21st - Immortals' Olleh talks team communication and shows off his beatboxing skills with YAHOO! Esports
- June 19th - Immortals’ Olleh: “Before I was definitely just all talk, but I learned that it was meaningless to be that way and to keep a zipper on my mouth as I prove myself through action.” with Slingshot Esports
- October 1st - '롤드컵 투지' 불태우는 이호종-김주성과의 진솔한 대화 with FOMOS
- October 8th - '올레' 김주성 "'지더라도 잘 싸웠다' 말 듣고 싶다" with FOMOS
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