After defeating Unicorns of Love 3-1 to claim the spring split championship for the European League of Legends Championship Series, members of G2 spoke with the gathered press.
KkOma on Faker, Bang and Wolf: “I don’t think there will be another player (like them) who stays consistently at the top again.”
SK Telecom T1 coach Kim “kkOma” Jung-gyun took a rare moment to praise the players on his team.
Peanut: “I heard a lot of criticism that I don’t perform on the large stages, so I was mostly concerned about that, but I think I managed to overcome that.”
The kings of Korean League of Legends added another title to their case, and it was especially special for Han “Peanut” Wang-ho.
The coaches for League Champions Korea finalists KT Rolster and SK Telecom T1 expect the match will come down to the better jungler.
Esports lawyer Anna Baumann explains Origen ruling and why new EU LCS teams likely won’t be compliant either
Riot Games levied a fine against Origen earlier in the week because its contracts were not in compliance with requirements for operating a business in Germany. The issue seemed complex, and upon further review Riot’s ruling appears a bit more perplexing.
KT Rolster coach: “Mata really put himself aside to change his play style, even what made him so good.”
The head coach of KT Rolster recounted the trials and tribulations his team endured leading up to the League Champions Korea, and he gave insight into the sacrifices of Mata.
ELEAGUE to host celebrity Street Fighter event with Shaq, Reggie Bush, Lupe Fiasco and Natalie Eva Marie
ELEAGUE announced Thursday a celebrity Street Fighter V event as part of the Street Fighter V Invitational. The event will feature NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal, rapper Lupe Fiasco, NFL running back Reggie Bush and WWE wrestler Natalie Eva Marie.
Twitch announced Wednesday two new discovery tools to help sort through League of Legends streams on its platforms.
Bang: “I did expect KT to make it to the finals. We played a lot of scrims against KT, and Samsung didn’t look like they were in top shape.”
SK Telecom T1 AD Carry Bae “Bang” Jun-sik said he predicted KT Rolster would reach the League Champions Korea finals even though the team struggled at times during the regular season.