Jeong “Impact” Eon-young said either group Cloud9 could join in the group stage of the League of Legends World Championship would be difficult.
Impact on criticism of SKT: “The thing is that when the community hates on you or the team for a significant amount of time, and for a significant amount of content, you will inevitably be bothered by it.”
Despite any shakiness the team might have in the regular season, Cloud9 always manages to pull it together toward the end of the split.
Impact on advice he received from kkOma: “When I went to America, he told me this: ‘Don’t think too much about what other people are doing and just focus on yourself.'”
Slingshot’s Andrew Kim caught up with Cloud9’s Jeong “Impact” Eon-young during the North American League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS). They talked (in Korean and translated to English) about taking a break between spring and summer, his relationship with Jeon “Ray” Ji-won and how Impact thinks a team should be built.
After a scrim during the last week of January, Cloud9’s League of Legends team gathers in the living room of its gaming house for feedback with it’s two coaches Bok “Reapered” Han-gyu and Jang “Cain” Nu-ri
Slingshot’s Andrew Kim talked to Cloud9’s Jeong “Impact” Eon-young (in Korean and translated to English) after C9’s season-opening 2-0 win against Team SoloMid on Friday night in the League of Legends Championship Series.