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Xixo wins Riot Korea's Legends of Runeterra Invitational
The Riot Games Korea Invitational, the first large Legends of Runeterra tournament, has crowned its champion: Sebastian "Xixo" Bentert. The only non-Korean participant in the tournament defeated his long-time friend and former teammate Kim "Surrender" Jung-soo dominantly in the finals, with a 3-0 victory. With his victory Xixo scooped up ₩7,000,000, which is about $5,600 USD, in prize money.
South Korean streamer Lee Sang-ho co-founds Seorabeol Gaming with Thal, Lira, and Sangyoon
As originally reported by Korizon's Ashley Kang, the team is currently looking for a Mid Laner and a Support out of Korean Solo Queue, as long as the player is at least Grandmaster. Lee Sang-ho is also holding the position of the team's Substitute Support. The team's intentions are to first qualify for Challengers Korea, and through this, qualify for the LCK.
[Asian Games] CHN Uzi and Ming: "Esports did not receive this type of treatment before. All of us are honored that we got to be apart of the national team at a time like this."
On the 29th of August at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games League event, China defeated South Korea 3-1.It took people by surprise. China lost both games against Korea in the group stage. A major
[Asian Games] KR Score: "Despite having the remainder of games to play in the semi-finals and onward, I am currently overflowing with confidence."
On the 28th of August at the Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games League event day 2, South Korea, once again, defeated China.Before today's games, South Korea was holding the 1st place in the groups and was
[Asian Games] Faker, South Korea's Mid Laner: "Due to the remainder of the games left tomorrow, I cannot rest or feel at ease."
On the 1st day of the Asian Games, Faker stated that he is satisfied with the results but emphasized that he is still on his guard.In the first round of the League event at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang