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.
Korean League of Legends fans have resorted to creating a meme about KT Rolster’s own coach sabotaging his jungler to explain why Go “Score” Dong-bin has never won a tournament.
Score on picking Skarner jungle: “We talked about utilizing Skarner before our opponents could find a way to deal with him.”
Go “Score” Dong-bin said the surprise Skarner jungle pick was prepared before anyone could find a way to counter it.
Song “Smeb” Kyung-ho gave some insight to the comedic situation during KT Rolster’s League Champions Korea match Sunday in which he abandoned the Eye of the Herald.
One of the best junglers in the world, Go “Score” Dong-bin, had some words to say about Riot Games’ attempt at trying to make Kindred a more viable pick for the jungle
KT Rolster jungler Go “Score” Dong-bin identified one player in League Champions Korea who could be his rival in the coming summer split.
When thinking about world-class junglers, a few names emerge such as Bae “Bengi” Seong-ung, Choi “DanDy” In-kyu or Choi “Insec” In-seok. But many League of Legends pros speak of a Korean jungler who commands the jungle like no one else. That player is Go “Score” Dong-bin.
Amid the massive rebuilding of Korean League of Legends teams, at least one veteran League Champions Korea player is more focused on the status quo.
KT Rolsters’ veteran jungler had a larger impact on the newest addition to the team than some may have anticipated. After the addition of Heo “Pawn” Won-seok in the mid lane and Song “Smeb” Kyung-ho in the top lane for KT’s 2017 roster, KT’s head coach Lee Ji-hoon revealed in an interview with OSEN’s Ko […]
KT Rolster’s Ko “Score” Dong-Bin had a large impact in Wednesday’s 3-0 League Champions Korea playoff gauntlet win against Samsung Galaxy.