AFR Kramer: “My teammates kind of pressured me into practicing more by saying I shouldn’t take time off.”
The Afreeca Freecs seem just as likely to push you to your limits as they are to support your play when it comes to competition.
DeKay: Ex-TyLoo players Karsa and fancy1, Vici Gaming’s LOVEYY to join new Chinese organization Flash Gaming
Chinese Counter-Strike players Qifang “Karsa” Su and Yulun “fancy1” Cai, formerly of TyLoo, will join a new organization along with Kunhua “LOVEYY” Bai from ViCi Gaming, according to multiple sources close to the players.
Not everyone on SK Telecom T1’s squad is as thoughtful or meticulous as the fans might expect them to be, according to the two top laners of the team.
Huni: “I think if we work on the early game instability, we’ll be able to do better since the mid and late game are impacted by the early game.”
Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok is still not satisfied even with two wins against his team’s rival.
Counter Logic Gaming has acquired Australian Counter-Strike player Ricky “Rickeh” Mulholland from the Renegades organization, according to multiple sources.
SKT Head Coach: “As we were preparing for the KT match, the company (SK Telecom) put a money reward on the line, which I think gave the players motivation.”
The head coach of SKT Choi “cCarter” Byung-hoon said that their sponsor company put a monetary reward to sweeten the pot in an interview with OSEN’s Ko Yong-jun.
Faker congratulates Bang on 1,000 kills, “hope he understands” why it couldn’t happen in match before KT
Players reaching 1,000 kills will be an interesting subplot for SK Telecom T1 and KT Rolster in Sunday’s League Champions Korea rematch.
South Korean esports team Lunatic-Hai announced Thursday the computer hardware production company AMD will sponsor the team, according to a report from Daily eSports’ Lee Si-woo.
Despite winning the most anticipated match of the League Champions Korea regular season, SK Telecom T1’s Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok reminded everyone that the match was just that — a regular season one.
Bang on KT prep: “Since about a week ago, the coach asked about my win rates, but he couldn’t bring himself to ask yesterday.”
The heavily anticipated first match of the ‘Telecom Wars” in League Champions Korea ended with SK Telecom T1 earning a 2-1 victory against KT Rolster on Thursday.