Tekken Player Wins World Championship, Hasn't Told Parents He Went Overseas
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Sneaking out of your room at night is maybe a 5/10 on the delinquent scale but what about sneaking out of the country? Tekken player Hyun ho Jung (a.k.a Rangchu) did just that when he competed in the Tekken World Tour tournament finals in Amsterdam last weekend. The Panda player apparently left home in South Korea to make the trip to the finals without telling his parents. It's all good though, since he took home the championship title.
I made it to the top! Now I am champion!— Rangchu (@rangchu123) December 3, 2018
My parents do not know I am travelling for the tekken tournaments happening overseas.
Can I now tell them that I won the tournament?
Thank you for everybody who cheered me! pic.twitter.com/nCtELFJR9l
Fans shared their support for Rangchu's win with fan art of his favorite character.
Fursan's official announcement will be made after the Capcom Cup. Please wait for it everyone.— Rangchu (@rangchu123) December 6, 2018
And sincerely thank you all for celebrating and this picture.
This year was the happiest year of my life. pic.twitter.com/6Zi4YbYoQ5
We stan a queen. CONGRATS TO @FursanEsports @rangchu123 for his fantastic #TekkenWorldTour #win as our girl #Panda ! Awesome #grandfinals ! -🕹💿#tekken #Tekken7 #MNFGC #FGC #trending #popculture #FightningGame #esports #twt #streamer #cosplaygirls @Twitch #cosplay #twitchtv pic.twitter.com/0fD3IBLWFI— ArcadeAngels (@ArcadeAngels_) December 3, 2018
Congratulations! The win was well deserved!— Reece (@KnivesChaudown) December 3, 2018
You showed everyone the power of Panda! pic.twitter.com/hMjaq7MSrI
Rangchu is a member of the Fursan eSports team originally founded in United Arab Emirates but the team enlists competitive fighting game players from around the world.
Here's hoping his parents understand and there are more victories in Rangchu's future.