Comeback (formerly Hachani) retires from professional League of Legends, will pursue coaching career
Ha “Comeback” Seung-chan (formerly known as Hachani), the jungler for Ever8 Winners, will retire as a professional League of Legends player and hopes to become a coach.
Bang on Bengi’s departure: “Wolf was also very disappointed, and I remember crying a lot under my bed covers.”
SK Telecom T1 AD Carry Bae “Bang” Jun-sik said the ROX Tigers and Flash Wolves have given his team the most trouble at international competitions through the years.
SK Telecom T1 AD Carry Bae “Bang” Jun-sik said the beginning of his career was rough, so much so it baffled coach Kim “kkOma” Jung-gyun.
As 1907 Fenerbahçe enters the knockout round of the play-in stage at this year’s League of Legends World Championship, mid laner Kim “Frozen” Tae-il saidthe team’s goals have changed.
Team WE’s Jin “Mystic” Seong-jun said he was impressed with the skill level of players from North America and Europe based on scrim experience ahead of this year’s League of Legends World Championship.
Jeong “Impact” Eon-young said either group Cloud9 could join in the group stage of the League of Legends World Championship would be difficult.
Lee “Crash” Dong-woo, stand-in jungler for 1907 Fenerbahçe at the League of Legends World Championship, said he was pleasantly surprised to get off to a good start.
Kwak “Bdd” Bo-seong and Moon “Cuzz” Woo-chan, the two youngest players for Longzhu Gaming’s League of Legends team, had high praise for their teammates when assigning credit for Longzhu’s League Champions Korea championship.
Faker on SKT’s group draw for Worlds: “We’ve never really had an easy group for worlds, and this year’s group has a collection of formidable opponents.”
Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok said SK Telecom T1 has never really had an “easy group” at the League of Legends World Championship.
Kongdoo Monster AD Carry Seo “Ssol” Jin-sol thanked the ROX Tigers for indirectly helping his team reclaim a spot in League Champions Korea.