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Team Information
Org Location
South Korea
Head CoachLee "Zefa" Jae-min
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Social Media & Links
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Current Roster
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DAMWON Gaming (Korean: 담원 게이밍) is a Korean team.


On 28th May 2017 Damwon signed the roster of MiraGe Gaming who had just qualified for the Challenger scene.

2017 Season[edit]

The roster with Parang, Crush, TRY, BeryL, and Hoit was kept together going into Summer Split and had a good start where they won their 5 series before dropping to the two other top teams CJ Entus and Kongdoo. During the week off they signed another midlaner in CooN but after seemingly recovering from a 3rd loss in a row with 2 victories they lost all of their remaining series and finished the split in 5th with an even 7-7 record outside of playoff positions.

Damwon went into 2017 LoL KeSPA Cup with a renewed roster after their midlaners left. They signed Nuguri and Alive who had a tough split with I Gaming Star as well as rookie ShowMaker. They found themselves directly in the starting roster as the team managed to beat Kongdoo for the first time in round 1 but was knocked out without a chance by LCK team Jin Air.

2018 Season[edit]

Going into 2018 Season BeryL moved to support and shared the support position with Hoit. In the Spring Split Damwon had another good first half of the split where they only fell to the other topteam Griffin and brought in jungler Punch who was dropped by Kongdoo in offseason and experienced AD carry Veritas who was a free agent as well after CJ disbanded. In the second half they lost the rematch against Griffin as well as the series against Ever8 Winners but went into playoffs with a 4-match winstreak and as favorites as Griffin was already qualified for the promotion tournament. They met E8W in semifinals and were upset by them again.

In midseason Crush, Veritas and Alive left the team while Nuclear was signed AD carry replacement and a new coach was brought in. This time Damwon were the dominating team of the league and finished the Summer Split with 13-1 record in first place which meant qualification for the promotion tournament. Before the Spring Promotion Canyon was signed as a new jungler but did not play yet. Damwon won round 1 against bbq Olivers slow but convincingly 2-0 before winning the first qualifying round against Team BattleComics in dominating 3-1 faashion.

At the 2018 LoL KeSPA Cup Canyon made his debut in the round 1 victory against challenger team Brion Blade before playing all 3 games in the 2-1 victory against amateur team Seoul in round 2. After the success Griffin had the split before Damwon gained some attention by beating the newly formed superroster of SK Telecom T1 in quarterfinals 2-1 but were absolutely destroyed by Griffin in semifinals.

2019 Season[edit]

Damwon trusted the roster after qualifying for LCK and showing up at KeSPA Cup and only signed AD carry sub Aries during offseason. After somewhat surprisingly beating both KT Rolster and Gen.G in week 1 DAMWON lost their next 4 series. These were against the teams that were on the top 4 positions after 3 weeks though and they recovered well from it with 6 wins in a row during which they picked up legendary toplaner Flame. After losing against 3 of those 4 again they finished a consistent Spring Split in 5th place with a 11-7 record. Into playoffs they went as complete underdog as they had lost 7/8 series against the other participants. After surprisingly beating SANDBOX Gaming in the wildcard round they got very quickly clean swept by Kingzone DragonX.

In Summer Split Damwon had a bad start losing both matches in week 1 but went on a tear afterwards in which they won all matches until Rift Rivals. There they stayed undefeated against EVOS Esports, Top Esports and JD Gaming winning the tournament with the other participating LCK teams. After Rift Rivals other teams caught up a bit again and Damwon lost a few more series but ultimately managed to end regular season in 2nd place tied in match wins with Griffin which secured them a place in semifinals. There they had to face SKT who just clean sweeped Sandbox and continued their run against Damwon. From behind in the first two games Damwon looked for a desperation fight in early late game but not only lost the game to Khan split pushing into their base but also lost the final fights despite having numbers advantage. Mentally down from these they were stomped in game 3 which meant Damwon was only left with one last chance at Worlds as they went into Regional Finals as 1st seed. In the final they faced KZ who went all the way up from 4th seed. Damwon showed pretty good early games but did not manage to close the games out as well as they would have liked which caused the series to go to game 5 in which they snowballed another good early game into a dominant victory to take the series 3-2 and represent Korea at the 2019 Season World Championship as Korea's 3rd seed.

In Play-Ins they were drawn into Group C with Brazil’s Flamengo and Turkey’s Royal Youth. Despite struggling a bit in game 1 they went 4-0 in their group and faced Vietnam's second seed Lowkey Esports in Round 2. They lost game 1 in the late game before performing to expectations and dominated the next 3 games to move on to the main event where they were drawn into group D with LCS 1st seed Team Liquid, defending world champions and LPL 3rd seed Invictus Gaming and LMS 2nd seed ahq. DAMWON won both of their games against Invictus Gaming and ahq, going 1-1 with Team Liquid. This would secure DAMWON the first seed from Group D, advancing to the quarterfinals alongside iG. There they were drawn against reigning MSI champions G2 Esports who showed lived up to expectations themselves and overall won the series dominantly 3-1 to end Damwon's season.

During the off-season coach Kim left the team while the contracts of Flame, ShowMaker and Canyon were extended/renewed. Zefa was signed as a new coach.

2020 Season[edit]

Despite keeping their roster the 2019 LoL KeSPA Cup was disappointing as they were clean swept in quarterfinals by the new young roster of DragonX. Nonetheless the start into LCK Spring Split went as expected with 2 wins and 2 losses against top teams but after that Damwon did not manage to show constant performances during the first half of the split and found themselves at 4-5 barely in playoff positions. Following a break due to the 2019–20 Coronavirus Pandemic and a switch to online play they lost another two series against an inform KT Rolster and Gen.G. After they already had to move Zefa to interim head coach earlier in the split because Owner and head coach Micro left they now matched BeryL with new signing Ghost in bot lane which lead to their first successful run of the split with 4 clean 2-0 victories including beating T1 convincingly. Despite being upset by Griffin in week 8 they secured the last playoff slot as neither they nor Afreeca managed to beat DragonX. In the wildcard match they kept the upper hand in a close match against KT to face DragonX in round 1. After getting destroyed in the first two games they fought back with a convincing game 3 before securing a decider game with a backdoor in game 4. In game 5 they got dominated once again though which meant the end of their split.

Due to the 2020 COVID19 epidemic the Mid-Season Invitational was replaced by the 2020 Mid-Season Cup, an international event between the Spring and Summer split. The top 4 teams from China and Korea were invited to this event. Damwon's 4th place finish in the Spring playoffs secured them a spot at the Mid-Season Cup. At the Mid-Season Cup, they were seeded into the group stage alongside T1, Top Esports and FunPlus Phoenix. Damwon managed to beat their fellow Korean team T1, but fell to Top Esports and FunPlus Phoenix and ultimately finished the tournament in 6-5th place after finishing 3rd in their group.

During the LCK Summer Split, Damwon absolutely dominated the LCK and after dropping only two series to DRX and Gen G in the first round robin, Damwon went on a near-perfect 9-0 streak in the second round robin of the regular season, dropping only a single game in the process. Their dominant record of 16-2 with a 34-5 game record secured them the first seed and a direct bye into the grand finals. In the grand final of the LCK Summer Split Playoffs, Damwon faced second seed DRX. Some predicted a close match, but Damwon absolutely obliterated DRX in a 3-0 stomp and won the LCK Summer Split, winning their first ever LCK title and securing the first seed from Korea going into the 2020 World Championship


  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • January 10, Daeny (Coach) joins.[29] Daeny (Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.[30]
  • January 20,
    Hoit moves to starting roster.[31]
  • February 23, Zefa (Coach to Interim Head Coach) changes position. Micro (Owner,Head Coach) leaves.[32][33]
  • February 24,
    Ghost joins.
  • March 12,
    Ghost's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021.[35]
  • March 28,
    Nuclear and
    Hoit move to substitutes.
  • May 26, Zefa (Interim Head Coach to Head Coach) changes position.[36] Travel (Coach) leaves.[37]

Player Roster[edit]


PlayerNameRoleContract EndsJoined

NuguriJang Ha-gwon (장하권)
Top Laner
Nov 20172017-11-19

CanyonKim Geon-bu (김건부)
Sep 20182018-09-12

ShowMakerHeo Su (허수)
Mid Laner
Nov 20172017-11-19

GhostJang Yong-jun (장용준)
Bot Laner
Feb 20202020-02-24

BeryLCho Geon-hee (조건희)
May 20172017-05-28

FlameLee Ho-jong (이호종)
Dec 20192019-12-16

NuclearSin Jeong-hyeon (신정현)
May 20182018-05-06

HoitRyu Ho-seong (류호성)
May 20172017-05-28


Players are shown for the entire duration of their tenure on the team, with the role and substitute/trainee status they had upon their departure.

PlayerNameRoleJoinedLeftNext Team

PunchSon Min-hyuk (손민혁)
Feb 20182018-02-12Nov 20192019-11-26SANDBOX Gaminglogo std.pngSB

AriesLee Chae-hwan (이채환)
Nov 20182018-11-25Nov 20192019-11-26Spear Gaminglogo std.pngSPG

FlameLee Ho-jong (이호종)
Feb 20192019-02-18Nov 20192019-11-20DAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDWG

FlameLee Ho-jong (이호종)
Feb 20192019-02-18Nov 20192019-11-20DAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDWG

AliveNoh Jin-wook (노진욱)
Bot Laner
Nov 20172017-11-19Jun 20182018-06-13Pars eSportslogo std.pngPars

CrushKim Jun-seo (김준서)
May 20172017-05-28Jun 20182018-06-05Dark Passagelogo std.pngDP

VeritasKim Kyoung-min (김경민)
Bot Laner
Feb 20182018-02-12Apr 20182018-04-08VSG (Korean Team)logo std.pngVSG

IronJeong Woo-cheol (정우철)
Top Laner
Nov 20172017-11-19Jan 20182018-01-17E8 WINlogo std.pngEEW

ParangLee Sang-won (이상원)
Top Laner
May 20172017-05-28Nov 20172017-11-19ES Sharkslogo std.pngESS

CooNPark Jae-ha (박재하)
Mid Laner
Jul 20172017-07-09Sep 20172017-09-10Team Afrologo std.pngAfro

TryKim Yeong-hoon (김영훈)
Mid Laner
May 20172017-05-28Sep 20172017-09-10Moss Seven Clublogo std.pngMSC

Player League Participation[edit]

Playoff games are NOT included, but regular-season tiebreaker games ARE.


NuclearSBENU Sonicboomlogo std.pngSBENU Sonicboomlogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png194
ShowMakerDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png168
NuguriDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png154
CanyonDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png153
FlameAzblogo std.pngCJElogo std.pngCJElogo std.pngCJElogo std.pngCJElogo std.pngCJElogo std.pngLongZhulogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png130
BeryLDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png125
PunchKongdoo Monsterlogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngSANDBOX Gaminglogo std.png75
HoitDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png43
PrinceBbq Oliverslogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png5
GhostCJElogo std.pngBbq Oliverslogo std.pngBbq Oliverslogo std.pngBbq Oliverslogo std.pngBbq Oliverslogo std.pngSANDBOX Gaminglogo std.pngSANDBOX Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png319


Spring 1Spring 2SummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummer
ParangStardustlogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngES Sharkslogo std.png97
CrushDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngTeam BattleComicslogo std.pngAwesome Spearlogo std.png94
HoitDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png80
BeryLDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png56
CooNStardustlogo std.pngStardustlogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png53
TryDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png26
VeritasCJElogo std.pngCJElogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngVSG (Korean Team)logo std.pngVSG (Korean Team)logo std.png115
NuguriI Gaming Starlogo std.pngI Gaming Starlogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png105
PunchKongdoo Monsterlogo std.pngKongdoo Monsterlogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png89
AliveStardustlogo std.pngStardustlogo std.pngI Gaming Starlogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngBrion Bladelogo std.png78
ShowMakerDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png62
NuclearSBENU Korealogo std.pngDAMWON Gaminglogo std.png45



C ID Name Position
Lee Yu-yeong (이유영) CEO
Zefa Lee Jae-min (이재민) 80Head Coach
Daeny Yang Dae-in (양대인) 80Coach


C ID Name Position Next Team
Travel Kang Tae-su (강태수) 80Coach None
Micro Kim Mok-kyoung (김목경) 80Owner & Head Coach Logo std.pngAwesome
Morning Song Chang-geun (송창근) 80Coach SANDBOX Gaminglogo std.pngSANDBOX Gaming
Kim Kim Jeong-soo (김정수) 80Coach T1logo std.pngT1
GalB Lee Ju-hyeob (이주협) 80Coach Beşiktaş Esportslogo std.pngBeşiktaş Esports


This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place

DAMWON Gaming Tournament Results - Show Prize as (LocalUSDEuros)
DatePlPrizeEventLast ResultRoster
2020-09-051₩100,000,000₩100,000,000₩100,000,000 LCK 2020 Summer Playoffs
3 : 0DRXlogo std.pngDRX
 Nuguri,  Canyon,  ShowMaker,  Ghost,  BeryL,  Zefa,  Daeny
2020-08-231 LCK 2020 Summer
16 - 2Blanklogo std.pngRR
 Nuguri,  Canyon,  ShowMaker,  Ghost,  BeryL,  Zefa,  Daeny
2020-05-285 - 6$40,000$ 40,000€ 36,015.81 Mid-Season Cup 2020
1 - 2Blanklogo std.pngRR
 Nuguri,  Canyon,  ShowMaker,  Ghost,  BeryL,  Zefa,  Daeny
2020-04-204₩20,000,000$ 16,256.58€ 15,017.62 LCK 2020 Spring Playoffs
2 : 3DRXlogo std.pngDRX
 Nuguri,  Canyon,  ShowMaker,  Ghost,  BeryL,  Zefa,  Daeny
2020-04-165 LCK 2020 Spring
9 - 9Blanklogo std.pngRR
 Nuguri,  Canyon,  ShowMaker,  Nuclear,  Ghost,  Hoit,  BeryL,  Zefa,  Travel,  Daeny
2019-12-315 - 8₩8,000,000$ 6,867.25€ 6,152.36 KeSPA Cup 2019
0 : 2DRXlogo std.pngDRX
 Nuguri,  Canyon,  ShowMaker,  Nuclear,  BeryL,  Micro,  Zefa
2019-10-275 - 8$89,000$ 89,000€ 78,776.57 Worlds 2019
1 : 3G2 Esportslogo std.pngG2
 Nuguri,  Canyon,  ShowMaker,  Nuclear,  BeryL,  Kim
2019-09-071 LCK 2019 Regional Finals
3 : 2Kingzone DragonXlogo std.pngKZ
 Nuguri,  Canyon,  ShowMaker,  Nuclear,  BeryL,  Micro,  Kim
2019-08-253₩30,000,000$ 25,450.74€ 22,835.37 LCK 2019 Summer Playoffs
0 : 3SK Telecom T1logo std.pngSKT
 Nuguri,  Canyon,  ShowMaker,  Nuclear,  BeryL,  Micro,  Kim
2019-08-182 LCK 2019 Summer
13 - 5Blanklogo std.pngRR
 Nuguri,  Flame,  Canyon,  Punch,  ShowMaker,  Nuclear,  BeryL,  Hoit,  Micro,  Kim
Total Prize:KRW 158,000,000 • USD 129,000


  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020


External Links[edit]


  1. DAMWON Gaming's Facebook Post (Korean)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 DAMWON Gaming's Facebook Post (Korean)
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 [뉴스] LCK 진출 목표 담원 게이밍, 전 포지션 선수 모집 (Korean)
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 2017 LoL 케스파 컵 로스터 공개, '쿠잔' 이성혁-'블레스' 최현웅 제외 (Korean)
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 DAMWON Gaming's Facebook Post (Korean)
  6. 6.0 6.1 담원 게이밍, 스베누 출신 원거리 딜러 '뉴클리어' 신정현 영입 (Korean)
  7. 7.0 7.1 Dark Passage's Tweet (Turkish)
  8. 8.0 8.1 KeSPA's Tweet (Korean)
  9. 9.0 9.1 GalB's Tweet
  10. 10.0 10.1 롤드컵 우승 이끈 전 IG 김정수 감독, 담원 게이밍 합류 (Korean)
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 DAMWON Gaming's Facebook Post (Korean)
  12. KeSPA's Facebook Post
  13. KeSPA's Facebook Post
  14. KeSPA's Facebook Post
  15. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2018-11-19; after change - KR - 2019-01-10
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 DAMWON Gaming's Tweet (Korean)
  17. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2019-02-20; after change - KR - 2019-03-06
  18. 2019 롤챔스 서머 스플릿 1라운드 로스터 공개 (Korean)
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 DAMWON Gaming's Tweet
  20. 20.0 20.1 DAMWON Gaming's Tweet
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 21.3 DAMWON Gaming's Tweet
  22. 22.0 22.1 DAMWON Gaming's Tweet
  23. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2019-11-26; after change - KR - 2019-11-27
  24. DAMWON Gaming's Tweet
  25. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2019-12-08; after change - KR - 2019-12-10
  26. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2019-12-10; after change - KR - 2019-12-12
  27. 27.0 27.1 DAMWON Gaming's Facebook Post
  28. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2019-12-15; after change - KR - 2019-12-16
  29. 29.0 29.1 DAMWON Gaming's Facebook Post
  30. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2019-12-30; after change - KR - 2020-01-10
  31. KeSPA's Facebook Post (Korean)
  32. 32.0 32.1 DAMWON Gaming's Tweet (Korean)
  33. 33.0 33.1 Micro's Facebook Post (Korean) facebook
  34. 34.0 34.1 DAMWON Gaming's Tweet
  35. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2020-03-11; after change - KR - 2020-03-12
  36. DAMWON Gaming's Tweet
  37. 37.0 37.1 DAMWON Gaming's Tweet