South Korea’s Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism and the Korea Creative Content Agency announced Thursday the esports Hall of Fame ceremony will be held in November, and six players will be honored.
Madlife on Bdd: “When I first met him, I thought he was a talented Zed player that would be able to play any champion in the future.”
Hong “Madlife” Min-ki said he thought that Kwak “Bdd” Bo-seong was a talented player who would be able to play anything when they first met as teammates.
MadLife on Faker: “When I played games with Faker, he would say ‘I got him.’ I was puzzled at first as to what he meant, but then it would show that he got a kill five seconds later.”
The legend of Faker has another concrete testimony.
MadLife: “I considered retiring as a player, but I changed my mind after the All-Stars voting…I didn’t want to go out with the line, ‘retiring after team gets relegated.’”
Legendary Korean support player Hong “MadLife” Min-gi talked about his mental state after his team, CJ Entus, was relegated from League Champions Korea in an interview with Fomos’ Park Sang-jin, and how responsible he felt for the disappointing result.
CJ Entus’ veteran player Hong “MadLife”Min-gi said on Friday in a phone interview with OSEN’s Ko Yong-jun that he is negotiating with a foreign organization. “I’m sorry I can’t say much in detail, but I think I will be signing with a foreign team within the month,” he said. “I expect to make the announcement early […]
CJ Entus Madlife: “When relegations were confirmed, it gave us a form of recovery that removed all pressure from future games.”
Despite CJ Entus’ firm status in relegations, it still managed to take down rookie team ESC Ever 2-1 in Tuesday’s League Champions Korea match.
CJ Entus emerged from its slump with their 2-1 comeback victory against Longzhu Gaming on Tuesday. Support Hong “Madlife” Min-Gi said that he was pushed to his very limits, writes Fomos’ Choi Min-Suk.