Ray on his recent Twitter posts: “It kind of felt like, instead of me carrying on the team, I was kind of being dragged along with the team.”
Jeon “Ray”Ji-won represented Cloud9 as its top laner for most of the Rift Rivals event. Despite falling out of the tournament with the worst record for a North American team, Cloud9 still had three impressive wins, and Ray showed off his own flavor of picks
C9 Ray credits Jack for helping him through mental struggles: “He’s always supporting me from behind the scenes, telling me that he believes in me. So I’m always thankful for him.”
Slingshot’s Andrew Kim caught up with Cloud9’s Jeon “Ray” Ji-won during Week 2 of the North American League of Legends Championship Series. They talked (in Korean and translated to English) about Cloud9’s Week 2 rebound, maintaining mental stability and learning from Jeong “Impact” Eon-Young.
C9 Ray on subbing for Impact, who took an extra between-split break: “Since his start in Korea, I was told that he didn’t take a single break in the past five years.”
Slingshot’s Andrew Kim caught up with Cloud9’s Jeon “Ray” Ji-won during Week 1 of the North American League of Legends Championship Series summer split.
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
C9 Ray: “A lot of people don’t even know I’m here yet. So I’m focusing on learning in the spring, and making myself known in the summer.”
Slingshot’s Andrew Kim talked to Jeon “Ray” Ji-won (in Korean and translated to English) after Cloud9’s 2-0 weekend to begin the North American League of Legends Championship Series.