GorillA: “I want to improve the image of both the Longzhu company and the team’s skill.”

Longzhu Gaming’s support Kang “GorillA” Beom-hyun said in an interview with Daily eSports’ Lee Yun-ji that the goal for the new Longzhu is to win as much as possible.

“We are in a position where we have to beat everyone,” he said. “I aim to win as much as I can.”

Longzhu placed eighth in the summer split of League Champions Korea last year, just outside of the threat of relegation. GorillA is well aware of how Longzhu is perceived — even with a new roster — and said he wants to change the way fans see the team.

“I want to improve the image of both the Longzhu company and the team’s skill,” he said.

GorillA won’t be the only former member of the ROX Tigers to go to Longzhu, as he will be joined by AD Carry Kim “PraY” Jong-in. Although he’s playing with a familiar face, GorilA stressed that he and Pray’s past performance means the same is expected of them in the future.

“There is some pressure after going to a very high stage with PraY,” he said.

As for who he’s monitoring, GorillA seems to be looking at the same teams as the rest of community heading into the LCK season.

“SKT’s Bang (Bae Jun-sik) and Wolf (Lee Jae-wan) are strong, and I’m looking out for KT Rolster’s  Deft (Kim Hyuk-kyu) and Mata (Cho Se-hyeong),” he said. “Samsung Galaxy is very good as well. It’ll be fun.”

Cover photo courtesy of Riot Games

Slingshot staff writer and Korean League of Legends expert who also owns a Pikachu-themed iPhone case.

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