T1 ‘Keria’ Min-seok Ryu, the front-runner for the support distance champion, revealed that he will not play Twitch again.
T1 defeated Nongshim Red Force 2-1 in the 3rd week of the 2023 LCK Spring held at the LCK Arena at Gran Seoul Roll Park, Jongno-gu, Seoul on the afternoon of the 4th. With a record of 5 wins and 1 loss (+6) this season, T1 succeeded in taking the lead by overtaking Gen.G eSports.
In an interview after the game, Min-seok Ryu of ‘Keria’ said, “It ended with a victory, but there were many parts that were disappointing. Still, it was good.” 메이저놀이터
With 400 POG points, Ryu Min-seok rose to the joint lead with the same team’owner’ Moon Hyun-joon. Regarding the fact that he received 3 out of 4 POGs as Ashe, he said, “I may be special or I can have a good Ashe support, but my teammates are very good at it.”
When asked about the supporter twitch taken out in the 2nd set, Ryu Min-seok said, “The 2nd set was in the red area, so I prepared a lot, but the tournament seems to be bad. I don’t think I will do it again.” “I chose a champion who does,” he said.
Regarding the appearance of a ranged damage champion as a support, “I’ve always thought about how to make the support feel like there’s one more laner from a long time ago.” The competition also went well. In the LPL, Invictus Gaming (IG) support player (‘Wink’ Jean-Louis) uses it a lot and has a good win rate. If I don’t get banned, I think I’ll come out every day.”
Regarding the match against Brion, the next opponent, Ryu Min-seok emphasized, “The supporter among Brion’s bottom duo has changed, but I personally feel that we are doing well.”