SK Telecom T1 support Lee “Wolf” Jae-wan said he understands why fans might think SKT is struggling at the League of Legends World Championship.
Bang on Bengi’s departure: “Wolf was also very disappointed, and I remember crying a lot under my bed covers.”
SK Telecom T1 AD Carry Bae “Bang” Jun-sik said the ROX Tigers and Flash Wolves have given his team the most trouble at international competitions through the years.
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.
GorillA to Wolf, playfully: “I’m tired of seeing him. I want to see less of him but he keeps making his way up the tournament.”
Longzhu Gaming support Kang “GorillA” Beom-hyun jokingly said that he was quite tired of seeing SK Telecom T1’s Lee “Wolf” Jae-wan in the League Champions Korea finals.
SKT head coach on Wolf’s newfound confidence: “He’s gotten very over-confident as his solo queue points got better.”
SKT head coach Choi “cCarter” Byung-hoon commented on the comparatively larger head on support player Lee “Wolf” Jae-wan’s shoulders as of late.
Wolf on SKT’s summer split: “I am kind of living the plot of a shounen manga protagonist. I guess we’d be a villain based on how you look at us.”
SK Telecom T1 support Lee “Wolf” Jae-wan said he’s had fun this summer as his team has seemingly been living out a manga plot.
SK Telecom T1 successfully played spoiler for KT Rolster with Thursday’s 2-1 win to confirm KT’s second place finish in the League Champions Korea summer split.
Wolf apologizes to SKT fans for recent performances: “I’m embarrassed, humiliated, frustrated and angry.”
After SK Telecom T1 suffered its unprecedented fourth loss in a row, support player Lee “Wolf” Jae-wan tweeted an apology for SKT’s recent performance.
Lee “Wolf” Jae-wan, support player for reigning League of Legends world champion SK Telecom T1, seems to embrace his role as one of the most lovable professional players in Korea.
Wolf: “We have about three to five days off per month. If I play (League) then, too, I might get overloaded.”
SK Telecom T1 support Lee “Wolf” Jae-wan says SKT barely gets any time off, and when he does, he doesn’t even think about League of Legends.