[UPDATED Nov. 24] Effort signs with Nongshim RedForce

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[UPDATE Nov. 24] Nongshim RedForce announced that they've acquired support Lee "Effort" Sang-ho. Effort started his career in T1, and won two LCK championships. He moved on to Liiv SANDBOX in 2021. Up to now, Nongshim RedForce has confirmed three players on their roster: jungler Lee "Dread" Jin-hyeok, mid laner Gwak "Bdd" Bo-seong, and Effort.

 

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[UPDATE Nov. 24] NS RedForce announced that they've signed the former jungler for Afreeca Freecs, Lee "Dread" Jin-hyeok. Debuting in the LCK in 2018, he was the starting jungler for the entirety of the 2021 season. While AF failed to make it to Worlds this year, Dread was recognized for his hyper-aggresive playstyle in the jungle.

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Dread joins the former mid laner for Gen.G, Gwak "Bdd" Bo-seong at NS, after a trade between him and NS' former jungler, Han "Peanut" Wang-ho.


[UPDATE Nov. 18] NS RedForce announces that they have parted ways with their support player, Kim "Kellin" Hyeong-gyu. Kellin debuted under Jin Air Green Wings in 2018. Since then, he's moved to Gen.G as one of their support player, and have played for NS as the starting support player during the entirety of the 2021 season.

 


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On November 17, NS RedForce announced that they have mutually agreed to expire their contract with top laner Lee "Rich" Jae-won and part ways with bot laner Seo "deokdam" Dae-gil.

 

Rich started his pro gaming career as a Heroes of the Storm player. With MVP Black [Gen.G], he won numerous countless titles including back-to-back Global Championship Finals, two HGC Mid-Season Brawls, and three consecutive Korean HotS leagues. He was remembered as the GOAT of Heroes of the Storm, often named "Faker of HotS". 

 

After Blizzard stopped HGC in 2019, Rich made a conversion to League of Legends player. He started his LCK career as a mid laner in Gen.G during LCK Summer split 2019, then changed to a top laner in 2020. In 2021, he signed with Nongshim RedForce as a top laner.

 

 

Bot laner deokdam started his LoL career in 2019 as a bot laner with Team Dynamics [Nongshim RedForce] and qualified to the LCK through the promotion tournament. He was recognized for his great mechanics and playmaking skills in the recent season, where he contributed to Nongshim RedForce's playoffs finish in the summer.

 

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