KT Rolster is one of the leading South Korean esports organizations and a member of League of Legends organization. While their StarCraft division was disbanded in 2016, it continues to field teams for both League of Legends and Wild Rift tournaments.
KT recently condemned some fans’ actions that it considers socially unacceptable, such as sending photos of weapons to coaches and management and sending an envelope containing such an item directly to its practice facility. Furthermore, these acts have caused “pain and anxiety” among some of their players and staff members.
KT Rolster is a South Korean esports team
KT Rolster is one of the premier esports teams from South Korea, boasting success across League of Legends, StarCraft II and Wild Rift.
KT Rolster announced earlier this year the formation of their Wild Rift squad, comprised of top laner Jeong “Ratel” Yun-ho, jungler Do “Do” Jin-ho, mid laner Kim “Issac” Eun-su, bot laner Han “NomeL” Sunggun as well as support Lee “Salem” Sungjin and coach Kim Yoon-ho.
This esports team is known for their early game prowess. Thanks to strong starts and aggressive drafting strategies, their dominating performances have enabled them to overcome consistent flaws in their play.
KT averaged the highest gold difference at 15 minutes (1,588) and first blood percentage (62%). These attributes helped KT cover mistakes during late game engagements by covering them quickly.
It is a member of the League of Legends organization
KT Rolster has long been one of the premier esports teams worldwide, having captured six League of Legends World Championship titles over six years. Recently, however, they announced they would enter Wild Rift mobile game and hope to secure its crown yet again.
However, the team has encountered various ups and downs during its gaming career. While its win against NS Red Force may have helped it get back on track, SKT must maintain their winning streak to avoid another loss against them.
Last season’s win against SKT proved that they no longer lagged behind its powerful squad; and so now the team hopes to repeat this performance as they pursue glory against longstanding adversaries in the LCK.
It will go down in history: KT must lead and show they can compete with SKT even when both organizations are at their peak, although this will require considerable efforts from its roster.
It is a member of the StarCraft organization
KT Rolster is a South Korean multi-gaming organization founded in 1999. While best known for their involvement in League of Legends and Wild Rift esports scenes, they had also participated in StarCraft: Brood War and Starcraft II esports until disbanding their Starcraft division in 2016.
KT Rolster’s Wild Rift team has drawn the most praise in recent years. Comprised of top laner Jeong “Ratel” Yun-ho, jungler Do “Do” Jin-ho, mid laner Kim “Issac” Eun-su, bot laner Han “NomeL” Sung-gun and support Lee “Salem” Sung-jin; this roster boasts outstanding players such as Jeong “Ratel” Yun-ho, jungler Do “Do” Jin-ho and support Lee “Salem” Sungjin.
KT Rolster recently made headlines when they announced the addition of Kiin and Bdd as members of their League of Legends roster for 2023 season, creating the largest in its history by far. Bdd earned his spot after an outstanding campaign at Nongshim RedForce where he finished 8th at both LCK Spring and Summer tournaments.
It is a member of the Wild Rift organization
KT Rolster was one of the pioneering organizations to enter Riot Games’ mobile version of League of Legends – Wild Rift. Their players are well known for their success on PC, and now hope to make waves on mobile as well.
From June 14 to July 9, 24 teams will vie for the inaugural Wild Rift Icons Global Championship title in Singapore.
Will be exciting to see who emerges victorious from this event. Asia has historically been dominant in mobile esports, yet now could be the time for another power to make waves in this arena.
Team Flash from Southeast Asia stands an excellent chance of doing just that, having captured Gold at the 31st Southeast Asian Games. Their group stage performance was impeccable while they went undefeated throughout playoffs before beating FunPlus Phoenix in lower bracket final. Meanwhile KT Rolster from Korea may also rise up to meet this challenge but must address their weak spots first.