Kramer on Jin Air: (They) put us in this slump through scrims in the first place. We will have our revenge.”

CJ Entus made a coaching change and replaced Reach (Park Jung-suk) with Chae "Vinylcat" Woo-chul
After failing to re-qualify for League Champions Korea, CJ Entus made a coaching change and replaced Reach (Park Jung-suk) with Chae "Vinylcat" Woo-chul.

Finally ending their three-match losing streak, CJ Entus pushed Longzhu Gaming into last place of League Champions Korea’s summer split in Tuesday’s 2-1 win. CJ’s AD Carry Ha “Kramer” Jong-Hoon was awarded as the MVP for the second set and shared his excitement to finally get a win, writes OSEN’s Shin Yeon-Jae.

“CJ’s already well known for their long drawn-out fights, so it wasn’t particularly difficult,” he said in a post-match interview. “I am more excited to finally end our losing streak. Until now everyone has been gone through a lot, and I thought that we might have forgotten how to win. We argued a lot with each other, but we came together to create a win.”

He also commented that “the coaches gave us a lot of positive reinforcement,” and that each loss was a “learning experience” that gave them the motivation to move forward.

He finally shared a promise with CJ fans about their next game against the Jin Air Green Wings.

“Our next opponents are Jin Air, who put us in this slump through scrims in the first place. We will have our revenge.”

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