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Wolf on SKT’s subs: “Because everyone is a good player, we don’t really talk about how we should play depending on who’s coming on stage.”

Wolf says SKT's focus doesn't change no matter who is playing for them.
Wolf (Lee Jae-wan) says SKT's focus doesn't change no matter who is playing for them. Photo courtesy of Riot Games.

SK Telecom T1 support Lee “Wolf” Jae-wan says every player on SKT is good enough that playing with subs doesn’t change the team’s focus in any way.

SKT defeated MVP 2-0 in Wednesday’s League Champions Korea match and used both Kang “Blank” Sun-gu and Park “Untara” Ui-jin in the series. Wolf told Daily eSports’ Lee Yoon-ji it doesn’t matter much who plays for SKT because the team’s style will always remain the same.

“There aren’t any big changes,” he said. “They might have different champions that they like to play, but because everyone is a good player, we don’t really talk about how we should play depending on who’s coming on stage.”

Untara played Game 2 on Wednesday in the top lane for Heo “Huni” Seung-hoon, who struggled in Game 1. Blank also played and maintained his undefeated record on the year.

Although the result was a 2-0 victory, the games weren’t easy victories by any means. Both games had rocky beginnings SKT had to overcome, with Game 2 being a standout. Wolf said Game 1 came with some “communication issues,” and that Game 2’s problem lied in his team’s trouble around the Rift Herald. The call itself “wasn’t the problem,” but rather the fact that MVP came in to steal it away.

Cover photo courtesy of Riot Games

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