EDG coach NoFe before Rift Rivals: “I want to show a good performance by beating down one Korean team as EDG.”
Jeong “NoFe” No-chul, the former head coach of the ROX Tigers and current head coach for EDward Gaming, said it’s an odd feeling to enter an international competition against his home region.
ROX Tigers coach: “I’m sure many fans are curious as to what will happen (with our team), but I hope that they will wait and look at it in a positive light.”
The head coach for the ROX Tigers Jeong “NoFe” No-Chul asked for fans for patience regarding the team’s roster going forward.
ROX coach: “I feel we have no reason to fear SKT. We feel that we have a really good chance of winning.”
Slingshot’s Vince Nairn interviewed ROX Tigers coach Jeong “NoFe” No-chul (through an interpreter) after Saturday’s win to talk about preparations for SKT and what’s different at worlds this time.
The ROX Tigers won Group A of the League of Legends World Championship and will head to Chicago for their quarterfinals, which begin Thursday.
ROX Tigers’ head coach: “Honestly I’m surprised because Europe is also looking very strong whenever we practice with them.”
The ROX Tigers’ head coach Jeong “NoFe” No-Chul shared his thoughts about their chances at worlds and the recent scrim leaks that happened in North America during an interview with various casters in a special streaming event called “The God of Victory.”
ROX Tigers coach: “KT had more than a good chance of making it to the finals given their recent performance.”
The ROX Tigers are gearing up to face KT Rolster on Saturday in the grand finals of League Champions Korea’s summer split.