Longzhu Gaming’s AD Carry Kim “PraY” Jong-in said that he had a feeling that the team’s rookie top laner Kim “Khan” Dong-ha was going to carry the team to a championship in Game 4 of the LCK summer split finals.
Bdd on how his LCK goals changed: “PraY said ‘You were aiming for the playoffs? You should look at taking the tournament!’ So I am now also doing so.”
Gwak “Bdd” Bo-seong, the mid laner for Longzhu Gaming, said he recently changed his goals and aspirations for the summer split after a conversation with Kim “PraY” Jong-in.
PraY on his most memorable matches: “I tend to remember the disappointing moments more than my happier moments.”
Longzhu Gaming AD Carry Kim “PraY” Jong-in said all the losses in his career against SK Telecom T1 tend to linger in his mind.
PraY: “Since pro-gamers have short careers, the fans congratulate me more each year. I’ll work hard to celebrate a six year, seven year anniversary.”
Kim “PraY” Jong-in, veteran AD Carry of Longzhu Gaming, reflected on his five year anniversary of being a pro player.
SK Telecom T1’s jungler had an interesting exchange of words with his former teammates from 2016’s ROX Tigers.
PraY (jokingly): “I always cheer for the teams whoever past ROX players play against. It’s fun to watch my past teammates lose.”
Longzhu Gaming’s AD Carry Kim “PraY” Jong-in joked about watching his past teammates on the ROX Tigers during an interview with Fomos’ Choi Min-sook after Thursday’s 2-0 win over Kongdoo Monster.
Deft on facing PraY and GorillA: “The bottom duo’s we’ve faced so far been comparatively easy opponents, but PraY and GorillA have a reputation from last split”
KT Rolster AD Carry Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu said that his League Champions Korea showdown Wednesday against the “PrillA” lane was a triumph of sorts during the post match interview with OGN casters Lee “CloudTemplar” Hyun-woo and Kim Dong-jun.
PraY on rumors of dissent among ex-ROX players: “I don’t think there are any problems. I’m getting along with Smeb at All-Stars just fine.”
Longzhu Gaming’s new AD Carry still seems to be disappointed in his performance during this year’s League of Legends World Championship.
The bottom lane of the ROX Tigers is staying in their home region as part of Longzhu Gaming Longzhu Gaming made the announcement official through their Facebook on Sunday, with Kim “PraY” Jong-in and Kang “GorillA” Beom-hyun filling in the bot lane for the 2017 season. “Hello this is Longzhu Gaming,” they wrote. “We have some […]