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Longzhu releases most of its roster

Longzhu Gaming has been added to the list of Korean organizations that will be entering totalĀ rebuilding after it lets go of eight players and two coaches.

Longzhu made the official announcement on its official Facebook on Wednesday, detailing the exact members of the team that will be leaving and which remains. According to the Facebook post, Lee “Crash” Dong-woo and Moon “Cuzz” Woo-chan will remain on the roster.

Gu “Expession” Bon-taek, Lee “Flame” Ho-jong, Lee “Chaser” Sang-hyun, Shin “CoCo” Jin-young, Kim “Frozen” Tae-il, Kim “Emperor” Jin-hyun, Lee “Fury” Jin-yong, and Kim “Pure” Jin-sun were released.

Longzhu also announced the departure of two members of the coaching staff, Choi Seung-min, and Ham “Lustboy” Jang-sik.

Longzhu thanked the players and coaching staff for “being with the team through thick and thin,” and hoped “nothing but good things for the players.”


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