Samsung Galaxy support Jo “CoreJJ” Yong-in said he hopes to avoid a Korean team in the quarterfinal draw of the League of Legends World Championship.
Korean teams weren’t expected to lose at Rift Rivals, but the manners in which the region’s teams individually lost to their Chinese League of Legends Pro League counterparts weren’t surprising.
CoreJJ on CuVee: “He’s good at everything but solo queue…I noticed his MVP points are higher than his solo queue points.”
Jo “CoreJJ” Yong-in poked some fun at the solo MVP of the Samsung Galaxy’s most recent League Champions Korea match.
CoreJJ: “In order for the support to get the MVP nomination, the whole team needs to assist the support. So I think it’s not bad to never be the MVP of a game.”
For Samsung Galaxy support player Jo “CoreJJ” Yong-in, being acknowledged as the MVP in League Champions Korea games doesn’t really matter.
While other teams are scrambling for a rebuilding, Samsung Galaxy is right where it started for the 2016 season. Samsung made the official announcement to resign the majority of their roster through their official Facebook on Thursday. The resigned members are Lee “Crown” Seong-jin, Kang “Ambition” Chan-yong, Park “Ruler” Jae-hyeok, Jo “CoreJJ” Yong-in, and Lee […]
Samsung Galaxy has reached the finals of the League of Legends World Championship and will play fellow Korean team (and defending champion) SK Telecom T1 in Saturday’s final at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Slingshot’s Andrew Kim caught up with Samsung’s Cho “CoreJJ” Yong-In (in Korean and translated to English) after SSG’s 3-0 win […]
Samsung Galaxy has cruised to the finals of the League of Legends World Championship with a 3-0 win against H2K in New York’s Madison Square Garden on Saturday. Marking the second clean sweep in the elimination stages, Samsung seems a worthy opponent for their final opponents SK Telecom T1, who are aiming for a third […]