Lee Ji-Hoon, longtime League of Legends coach for KT Rolster, resigned Tuesday, citing KT’s underwhelming performance this season. “It’s very disappointing that I’ll be leaving a team that I’ve spent youth with, but I came to this decision after feeling the heavy responsibility of this season’s poor performance,” he said in a news release. “I think […]
KT Rolster coach on final regular season match against SKT: “We had a lot on the line in the last match, but we couldn’t get over the pressure.”
KT Rolster coach Lee Ji-hoon said the amount of pressure on his team the last time it played SK Telecom T1 played a role in losing.
Arrow on his former team KT Rolster: “I hope they win summer, but more than that I hope they can win at worlds.”
AD carry Noh “Arrow” Dong-hyeon was the crown jewel of a Phoenix1 lineup that pushed its way to an unlikely third place finish in the North American League Championship Series spring split.
Deft on Longzhu’s bottom lane: “I think they also make very good situational calls so I think we need to be careful of that.”
Longzhu Gaming’s bottom lane could be the most dangerous part of Tuesday’s clash between the first place League Champions Korea teams, according to KT Rolster’s AD Carry Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu.
KT Rolster’s AD Carry Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu praised his top laner’s performance as Jarvan IV in his own unique way.
Korean League of Legends fans have resorted to creating a meme about KT Rolster’s own coach sabotaging his jungler to explain why Go “Score” Dong-bin has never won a tournament.
Score on picking Skarner jungle: “We talked about utilizing Skarner before our opponents could find a way to deal with him.”
Go “Score” Dong-bin said the surprise Skarner jungle pick was prepared before anyone could find a way to counter it.