Twitter announced Thursday a partnership with ESL and DreamHack about the streaming of live events and original content.
ROX Mickey after returning from IEM Katowice: “Honestly, I was a little scared to look at the crowd and face the fans.”
After falling by the hands of Europe’s G2 in IEM Katowice, the ROX Tigers bounced back in League Champions Korea play by defeating the Jin Air Green Wings on Wednesday.
SKT Blank on heavy criticism in 2016: “At some point it was too much for me to handle. It wasn’t an easy process, but playing well was the answer.”
Few League of Legends players came under as intense scrutiny last year as Kang “Blank” Sun-gu. As a member of SK Telecom T1, Blank was constantly under heavy criticism as the weakest member on the team during his rookie season.
Afreeca head coach on playing Mowgli: “We wanted to utilize the positives that come with playing with the team’s youngest.”
After defeating Kongdoo Monster 2-0 in the first League Champions Korea match since the IEM Katowice break, Afreeca Freecs head coach Choi “iloveoov” Yeon-seong talked to OSEN’s Ko Yon-jun about his choice to give Lee “Mowgli” Jae-ha a chance to play instead of Lee “Spirit” Da-yoon.
North American League of Legends teams have been importing more Korean players than ever.
In the latest returns of an almost yearlong tussle with Overwatch, League of Legends has eclipsed 30 percent in PC Bang play rates for the first time since June.
KT Rolster’s support Cho “Mata” Se-hyeong said that he was most cautious about SK Telecom T1’s jungler Kang “Blank” Sun-gu in an interview with Fomos’ Park Sang-jin.
OGN has an online show called “From Start Till Clear,” in which they invite guests and see if how long it takes for them to finish a game. On the first episode of 2017, they invited SK Telecom T1’s Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok, Bae “Bang” Jun-sik, Lee “Wolf” Jae-wan, and Kang “Blank” Sun-gu.
GorillA on being the ‘IRL support’: “Other people advise me not to live like this, but maybe I just need to go through a lot of toil.”
Kang “GorillA” Beom-hyeon has been making a name for himself recently for being acknowledged as one of the people in the Korean League of Legends scene who consistently supports other players from behind the scenes, with fans calling him the ‘IRL support,’ befitting of his role.