Carmel Valley athlete now conquering the world of online gaming

Michael Kurylo excelled at a recent competition. Courtesy photo

Having played baseball, basketball and volleyball, Michael Kurylo is now looking to conquer the world of online gaming.

The Torrey Pines High School senior recently made his “Team Curse” debut in the League of Legends North American Championship Series Super Week at Manhattan Beach Studios.

Also known by his gamer name, “Bunny FuFuu,” the Carmel Valley resident joined Team Curse as starting support on March 6 when “Saintvicious” stepped down. The team went on to win three of its four games during Super Week.

Team Curse currently ranks fifth in North America. The team’s next matchup is against Team Dignitas at approximately 1 p.m. on March 22.

Echoed throughout the weekend, “There are 80 million people who play this game and Bunny is one of the few best in the world. He has an amazing gifted mind enabling him to utilize and implement complex strategies throughout a game.”

According to a press submission, Michael watched his twitter account connection increase by 3,000  after signing a contract with eSports, Curse Inc.

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