Not even Cho “Mata” Se-hyeong, one of the world’s best League of Legends supports, is a match for bureaucracy when it comes to a Challenger jacket.
KT Rolster coach: “Mata really put himself aside to change his play style, even what made him so good.”
The head coach of KT Rolster recounted the trials and tribulations his team endured leading up to the League Champions Korea, and he gave insight into the sacrifices of Mata.
Mata: “Recently our style of shot-calling became tiring for my teammates, so we’re in the process of making more team based shot-calling.”
The widely-viewed best shot-caller in professional League of Legends has some alternate views on the matter.
KT Rolster’s support Cho “Mata” Se-hyeong said that he was most cautious about SK Telecom T1’s jungler Kang “Blank” Sun-gu in an interview with Fomos’ Park Sang-jin.
KT Rolster’s support Cho “Mata” Se-hyeong shared his ambitions for the coming 2017 season as the spring split of League Champions Korea nears in an interview with Daily eSports’ Lee Yun-ji.
KT Rolster’s new support player Cho “Mata” Se-hyeong said in an interview with Fomos’ Park Sang-jin that after the end of his contract, he intended to return to his home country regardless of his status as a player.
The KT Rolster has finalized one of the best line ups in Korean League of Legends history. Through a press release, KT made the announcement of Cho “Mata” Se-hyeong’s addition to the team official on Monday, writes Fomos’ Park Sang-jin. With one of the most anticipated roster moves during this off season, KT finally created one […]
After rumors of his departure from Royal Never Give Up, Cho “Mata” Se-hyeong has made it official on his Facebook and said he wishes to return to a Korean squad.
Royal Never Give Up mid laner Le “xiaohu” Yuan-Hao said on his stream that the team’s two Korean players might return to Korea, according to Fomos.