NA LCS All-Pro teams announced for summer split
As the regular season has come to a close for the summer split of the North American League of Legends Championship Series, the NA LCS All-Pro teams were announced Wednesday
NA LCS Week 7 Recap: Liquid wins two matches, Ssumday dominates with Maokai, and Immortals stands alone
Only two more weeks remain in the North American League Championship Series and there is still plenty of room for surprises and upsets. Week 7 certainly had its fair share of both. Here are some of the notable moments from the NA LCS this past weekend.
Ssumday discusses his mentality and Dignitas’ team telepathy
Slingshot’s Andrew Kim caught up with Dignitas’ Kim “Ssumday” Chan-ho during the North American League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS). They talked (in Korean and translated to English) about his play style, adding Lee “Shrimp” Byeong-hoon and being telepathic with his teammates.
Ask the North American LCS Pros: What foreign regions do you watch?
Slingshot asked 15 North American LCS pros about what regions they watch and how they use the information to help them.
Ssumday: “The least I want to do is not fall to the relegation tournament.”
Slingshot’s Andrew Kim caught up with Ssumday briefly during Week 6 of the LCS to talk about his transition to America, how much winning means to him and goals for the rest of the spring.
Ssumday talks about his transition to North America
Slingshot’s Andrew Kim talked to Dignitas Kim “Ssumday” Chan-ho (in Korean and translated to English) during Week 1 of the League of Legends Championship Series.
Ssumday: “I find the idea of being forgotten (by my Korean fans) very terrifying.”
Slingshot’s Andrew Kim caught up with Ssumday (in Korean and translated to English) to talk about the move to North America.
Ssumday shares goodbye note on twitter
Following the announcement of his free agency, KT Rolster’s star top laner Kim “Ssumday” Chan-ho left a long good bye letter for his old team and fans on twitter. Below is a translation of his note.
Ssumday and Fly leave KT Rolster, LoKeN leaves ESC Ever
KT Rolster confirmed on Monday it will not resign its top laner Kim “Ssumday” Chan-ho and mid laner Song “Fly” Yong-jun when their contracts end November 30th.
Ssumday: “We don’t really concern ourselves with what our opponents are good at, and as long as we can play the way we want to, we can win.”
KT Rolster prepares it’s final game of the season against Samsung Galaxy by way of a 2-0 victory over the ailing CJ Entus on Thursday.