Sen has been Taiwan’s star player for nearly a decade. One of the top non-Korean Brood War players who took first place in WCG Taiwan 2004 and 5, and third place in the 2009 PokerStrategy TeamLiquid Starleague, Sen entered StarCraft II with high expectations. Sen has managed to live up to those expectations too, earning third place at NASL Season 1, Season 2, and BlizzCon 2011, in addition to a stint in GSL. At the Taiwan Nationals, Sen won the tournament without dropping a single map. Always placing highly wherever he goes, there’s no way Sen won’t be a threat to even the strongest players at the World Championships.