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Huni reportedly signs $2.3 million USD contract extension

He'll stay at Clutch Gaming, according to a new report, and this extension makes him their player for another two years.

Heo 'Huni' Seung-hoon is a League of Legends player representing Clutch Gaming, and a new report from ESPN claims that he's finalising negotiations with parent company Dignitas for a two-year contract extension worth around $2.3 million USD, according to alleged league sources.

This would make him one of the highest-paid players in the Championship Series (LCS), comparable to Jung 'Impact' Eon-yeong's 2017 deal with Team Liquid, valued at $3.4 million over three years.

Huni and Nam 'Lira' Tae-yoo were both facing expiring contracts after the World Championship, but the report adds that Lira's has not been extended just yet.

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