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LokeN
TES LokeN 2019 Split 2.png
Background Information
NameLee Dong-wook (이동욱)
Country of BirthSouth Korea South Korea
BirthdayFebruary 14, 1997 (age 22)
Residency
KR
 Korea
Competitive
TeamTop Esportslogo std.pngTop Esports
RoleBot Laner
Favorite ChampsKalistaSquare.pngTristanaSquare.png
Social Media & Links
Infobox Twitchlogo std.png
Infobox Twitterlogo std.png
Team History
Mar 2015 - Apr 2015
AD Carryrole icon.png
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Nov 2015 - Nov 2016
AD Carryrole icon.png
ESC Everlogo std.pngESC Ever
Dec 2016 - May 2017
AD Carryrole icon.png
S
QG Reaperslogo std.pngQG Reapers
May 2017 - Nov 2018
AD Carryrole icon.png
JD Gaminglogo std.pngJD Gaming
Nov 2018 - May 2019
AD Carryrole icon.png
Topsports Gaminglogo std.pngTopsports Gaming
May 2019 - Present
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Top Esportslogo std.pngTop Esports

Lee "LokeN" Dong-wook (Hangul: 이동욱) is a League of Legends esports player, currently bot laner for Top Esports.

Biography[edit]

2015 Preseason[edit]

Prior to the 2015 LoL KeSPA Cup, Ever brought in former KT Rolster jungler Ares (additionally, support TML renamed to Key). They upset Samsung Galaxy and Rebels Anarchy in the first two rounds. Expected to fall 2-0 to recent World Champions SK Telecom, who tried out substitute Scout onstage for the first time in game 1, Ever shocked audiences by not only winning that first game but sweeping the team 2-0, even with Faker playing the second game. Against CJ Entus in the finals, Ever once again swept the series, this time 3-0, and qualified for IEM Cologne as Korea's only seed to the event. Ever continued their strong performance at IEM, defeating H2k 2-1 and then Qiao Gu 3-2 to win the tournament. Their victory marked the first time since the inception of the League Championship Series in 2013 that a team unable to qualify for their national premier league won a major international event. LokeN delivered stunning performances throughout the tournament, especially on Tristana, and he and Key gained recognition as a world-class botlane. However, after the tournament, mid laner Athena departed the team, and so their IEM Championship lineup was unable to play together again.

2016 Season[edit]

At the time of competing at IEM Katowice (which they had an invitation to due to winning IEM Cologne), Ever were in second place in Challengers, after losing a series 0-2 to MVP. Despite a round-one surprise upset win over Team SoloMid, Ever lost to Royal Never Give Up and then a rematch series against TSM to be eliminated before the playoff bracket.

After coming back to Korea, ESC Ever continued to perform well in the Challengers Korea 2016 Spring Season, finishing second place in the regular season with 27 pts. After beating Ever8 Winners 3-1, they beat MVP 3-2 to win the season and earn a spot in the 2016 LCK Summer Promotion. Then, they beat SBENU Sonicboom 3-0 to earn a spot in the 2016 LCK Summer Season.

During the 2016 LCK Summer Season, ESC Ever went 5-13 in total sets, with one notable upset victory over SK Telecom T1. However, they still finished the split in ninth place, leading them to participate in the 2017 LCK Spring Promotion tournament. In the first round, they beat SBENU Korea 2-1 before falling to Kongdoo Monster 3-1. In the deciding loser's match, ESC Ever swept CJ Entus to earn their spot back in the LCK.

2017 Season[edit]

Loken left ESC Ever and joined QG Reapers in December of 2016. QG placed 3rd in their group in the 2017 LPL Spring Season however in the playoffs they lost 2-3 to I May in the first round. JD Gaming acquired the roster and LPL spot of QG in May of 2017 with Loken also joining the newly formed squad. Their first showing was at the 2017 Demacia Cup but it wasn't particularly good as they placed 9th-12th after an 0-2 loss to LGD Gaming. In the 2017 LPL Summer Season JD Gaming finished 5th in Group B with 6 wins and 11 losses which eliminated them from playoff contention. They also placed 2nd at the National Electronic Sports Tournament 2017.

Trivia[edit]

Tournament Results[edit]

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

Minimum place

LokeN Tournament Results
DatePlEventLast ResultTeamRoster
2019-09-080020002
LPL 2019 Regional Finals
2 : 3Invictus Gaminglogo std.pngiG
Top Esportslogo std.pngTES
 369,
 Xx,
 Knight9,
 LokeN,
 QiuQiu,
 BSYY
2019-09-040030003
LPL 2019 Summer Playoffs
3 : 0Bilibili Gaminglogo std.pngBLG
Top Esportslogo std.pngTES
 369,
 Xx,
 Knight9,
 LokeN,
 Ben,
 QiuQiu,
 BSYY
2019-08-180020002
LPL 2019 Summer
12 - 3Blanklogo std.pngRR
Top Esportslogo std.pngTES
 369,
 Moyu,
 Xx,
 AKi,
 Knight9,
 LokeN,
 Ben,
 QiuQiu,
 BSYY
2019-07-070020002
Rift Rivals 2019 LCK-LPL-LMS-VCS
1 : 3LCK Allstarslogo std.pngLCK
Top Esportslogo std.pngTES
 369,
 Moyu,
 Xx,
 Knight9,
 LokeN,
 Ben,
 BSYY
2019-04-170040004
LPL 2019 Spring Playoffs
1 : 3FunPlus Phoenixlogo std.pngFPX
Topsports Gaminglogo std.pngTOP
 369,
 Moyu,
 Xx,
 Knight,
 LokeN,
 Ben,
 BSYY
2019-03-310030003
LPL 2019 Spring
11 - 4Blanklogo std.pngRR
Topsports Gaminglogo std.pngTOP
 369,
 Moyu,
 Xx,
 Knight,
 LokeN,
 Ben,
 Cat,
 BSYY
2018-12-230020002
Demacia Cup 2018 Winter
1 : 3Invictus Gaminglogo std.pngiG
Topsports Gaminglogo std.pngTOP
 Moyu,
 369,
 Xx,
 Knight,
 LokeN,
 Ben,
 BSYY
2018-11-180010001
NEST 2018
2 : 1Topsports Gaminglogo std.pngTOP
JD Gaminglogo std.pngJDG
 Zoom,
 Clid,
 Yagao,
 LokeN,
 LvMao
2018-09-150030003
China Regional Finals 2018
2 : 3EDward Gaminglogo std.pngEDG
JD Gaminglogo std.pngJDG
 Zoom,
 Clid,
 YaGao,
 LokeN,
 LvMao,
 Homme
2018-09-120030003
LPL 2018 Summer Playoffs
3 : 0Rogue Warriorslogo std.pngRW
JD Gaminglogo std.pngJDG
 Zoom,
 Clid,
 YaGao,
 LokeN,
 LvMao,
 Homme

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References