SK Telecom T1
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|SK Telecom T1|
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SK Telecom T1 (Korean: SK텔레콤 T1) is a Korean professional gaming team based in South Korea. Previously, the SK Telecom organization sponsored two sister teams, S and K. SK Telecom T1 is the only team to have won the World Championship three times and is also the only team to hold an unofficial "Triple Crown" - in May 2016 they became the reigning champions of IEM, the Mid-Season Invitational, and Worlds though those titles were not all achieved in the same season, before successfully being the first ever team to defend their World Championship title.
In December 2012, SK Telecom acquired the roster of Eat Sleep Game, with a roster consisting of Reapered, H0R0, MighTiLy, UandME, and StarLast. See the history of that team at SK Telecom T1 S (originally SK Telecom T1, then SK Telecom T1 #1). In February 2013, the organization created a new roster, which consisted of Faker, bengi, Piglet, PoohManDu, and Impact. See the history of that team at SK Telecom T1 K (originally SK Telecom T1 #2). On November 12, the sister teams were renamed from #1 and #2 to S and K, respectively. Though it was initially known as SK Telecom's secondary team, K outperformed S, winning the Season 3 World Championship. Upon their return to Korea, SKT T1 K became the only team to have a perfect season (not losing a single game) in Champions Winter 2013-2014.
SK Telecom competed in LoL Masters 2014. The organization had a 6-0 set record in the round robin, with a 14-4 game record. In the playoffs, they were seeded directly into the finals but then lost 0-3 to Samsung, placing second overall. Although SKT T1 K won All-Star Paris 2014 with out losing a single game, both SKT teams failed to make Worlds at the end of the season.
In November 2014, it was announced that Korean teams could no longer have two separate rosters, and SK Telecom T1's teams disbanded, reforming a single team simply called SK Telecom T1. As with all other OGN teams, they would have a 10-member roster. The team was invited to play in Champions Spring 2015. On December 2, a roster was announced for the preseason that included MaRin, Impact, Bengi, Easyhoon, Faker, Bang, Wolf, and Piccaboo. Of these players, Piccaboo was the only new addition; the other seven players had previously competed on either S or K.
SKT entered their first tournament of the 2015 Season at SBENU Champions Spring 2015. They placed second in the regular season so they had to face CJ Entus in the second round of playoffs and took the series 3-2. They went on to play the KOO Tigers where they took the series 3-0 without Faker or Bengi having to play. The win secured them a spot at the 2015 Mid-Season Invitational where they won every game in groups. After a close 3-2 series against Fnatic, they moved on to face EDward Gaming in the finals where SKT was upset 3-2.
They came back to Korea for SBENU Champions Summer 2015 where they went almost undefeated, only dropping a series to CJ Entus. Their first place finish in the regular season guaranteed them a spot at the 2015 Season World Championship due to having the most Championship Points. In the finals of the playoffs they beat KT Rolster 3-0 to take 1st place in playoffs and advance to the 2015 Season World Championship as the first seed from Korea.
SKT was placed in a group at worlds alongside EDG, Bangkok Titans, and H2k Gaming. They went undefeated all the way to the finals, beating AHQ e-Sports Club and Origen in the playoffs along the way. They met the KOO Tigers in the finals and beat them 3-1 to give the organization its second World Championship.
Two weeks after the World Championship, SK Telecom played in the LoL KeSPA Cup. In their semifinal series against Challenger team Ever, substitute mid laner Scout started in the first game, but even with Faker playing in the second game, the team lost the series 0-2 - continuing a streak of World Champions being eliminated early on in their first tournaments after Worlds. SK Telecom announced Faker's re-signing for the 2016 season after the tournament. However, shortly afterwards, Easyhoon, Tom, and MaRin left the team. SKT's offseason acquisitions included NaJin's top laner Duke, relatively new jungler Blank, and their former support PoohManDu as a coach.
In March, SK Telecom attended IEM Katowice despite being only the sixth-place LCK team at the time. They brought substitute jungler Blank in place of bengi and swept through the tournament, winning the title after only seven games. Returning to Korea, they began to use Blank as their full-time starting jungler and improved from a series record of 5-4 after week 7 to 12-6 after week 13, behind only the Tigers and KT Rolster in the standings. In the playoffs, they easily beat Jin Air and KT before facing the ROX Tigers for the second time in a spring finals. This time, instead of a 3-0 it was a 3-1, but SKT still won and were crowned LCK champions for the third consecutive time.
Their first place finish in the spring season earned them a spot in the 2016 Mid-Season Invitational. Notably, SK Telecom T1 were the only team to return to 2016 MSI from 2015 MSI. As the reigning domestic champions of Korea, SK Telecom T1 came into the tournament as massive favorites to win. However, their group stage performances were very lackluster as they dropped games to China's Royal Never Give Up, NA's Counter Logic Gaming, and two games to the LMS Flash Wolves. They ended their group stage with a 6-4 record, seeding them into the bracket stage at fourth place. Matched up against Royal Never Give Up in the semifinals, SK Telecom started to regain their form, beating them 3-1. They then proceeded to beat Counter Logic Gaming 3-0 to win the event and give them the trophy that barely escaped them last year.
During the 2016 LCK Summer Split, SK Telecom started the season strong with a 5-0 score in series and 10-0 game score. However, they started dropping sets to lower ranked teams, notably the Afreeca Freecs, who they failed to win even a single game against the entire season. With a 13-5 scoreline in series, SKT placed second in the round robin, beating KT Rolster via game score tiebreaker. However, during the 2016 LCK Summer Playoffs, they met KT Rolster in the semifinals, where they were reverse swept 3-2 after going up 2-0 in the first two games. This gave them third place for the summer split. Combined with their first place spring finish, as well as the victory of the ROX Tigers over KT Rolster, SKT qualified to the 2016 Season World Championship on points as Korea's second seed.
At the 2016 Season World Championship, SK Telecom T1 were placed into Group B, along with LMS's Flash Wolves, NA's Cloud 9, and China's I May. The team proceeded to win five of the six games during the Group Stage, as they displayed a vast arsenal of team compositions and fielded both Bengi and Blank in the jungle position. They were drafted into the Quarterfinals against the Chinese Royal Never Give Up, the second place team of Group D. After beating RNG 3-1, they proceeded to the semifinals where they met the ROX Tigers. After a long and grueling five games, where ROX won two of them with a surprise Miss Fortune support, SKT won 3-2 in what host Dash called the greatest best of five at Worlds ever. They moved on to face Samsung Galaxy in the Grand Finals: after a long, hard-fought 3-2 series SKT became the first League of Legends team to win three World Championships and first repeat winners of the title of World Champions.
Duke and Bengi left the team before the season began and were replaced by ex-Immortals top laner Huni and ex-ROX jungler Peanut. In the Spring Split, they finished first in the regular season, then defeated KT Rolster 3-0 in the finals. At the Mid-Season Invitational, SKT finished first in the group stage, swept Flash Wolves in the semifinals, then beat G2 Esports 3-1 in the finals, gaining an unoffical triple crown award (LCK Champions, Worlds Champions, and MSI Champions). However, the team began to falter in the LCK Summer Split 2017. SKT finished only fourth in the regular season before embarking on a surprising gauntlet run to the finals, including a reverse sweep of kt Rolster. Despite being massively favored to take the finals as well, the miracle ended there, and they were defeated by Longzhu Gaming 3-1, thought they would still qualify for the 2017 Season World Championship as Korea's second seed. SK Telecom T1 were placed into Group A along with ahq e-Sports Club, Cloud9, and EDward Gaming. They finished first in the group with a 5-1 record, although their one loss came against the unimpressive Ahq, and several of their other wins were comeback victories. In the quarterfinals, the faced off against Europe's Misfits Gaming, who were massive underdogs and had not even been expected to make it out of groups in the first place. After a perfect game 1, SK Telecom T1 surprisingly lost the next two games to the European team, pushing them to the brink of defeat, before recovering to take the series. They then beat the Chinese team Royal Never Give Up in another close 3-2 set in order to qualify for the finals. However, there they lost 3-0 to Samsung Galaxy - the first time SKT had lost a World Championship. Soon after the season's end, Peanut and Huni left the team. At the 2017 KeSPA Cup, SKT defeated Griffin 2-1 in the quarterfinals but were later eliminated by Longzhu Gaming 2-0.
SKT signed two new rookies for the top and jungle, Thal and Blossom respectively, and support Effort was also moved to the starting roster. In the Spring Split, SKT fared horribly for the first time, going in 1-5 into week 3 and landing in 9th place for the first time. Only when they put in Blossom as their starting jungler did SKT's fortunes begin to rise, but they clearly lacked their previous form and lost all their series to the top three teams. Their playoff spot was at risk when they were defeated by both KT Rolster and Kingzone DragonX 2-0 in several series but after beating MVP and Kongdoo Monster, SKT managed to secure a playoff spot as the 4th seed. In the playoffs, SKT redeemed themselves from the Worlds loss by beating KSV (the rebranded Samsung Galaxy) 2-1 in the wildcard match but were crushed by KT Rolster 3-1 in the "Telecom War" quarterfinals, ending their spring season and playoff run, as well as denying them qualification for the 2018 Mid-Season Invitational for the first time. Since SK Telecom T1 was part of the top four teams who participated in the playoffs, the team was invited to Rift Rivals 2018 but the LCK was defeated by the LPL in a close 3-2 series. In the Summer Season, SK Telecom T1 seemingly recovered but they performed very poorly and that the ended with an 8-10 record, denying them a playoff spot for the first time in their history. But since SK Telecom T1 had 30 championship points from Spring, they competed in the 2018 Korea Regional Finals but they were crushed by Gen G., the former KSV eSports in a close 3-2 set, ending their season and denying them qualification for the 2018 World Championship for the first time since 2014.
Following the poor 2018 season, SKT began to rebuild their roster around Faker, along with subs Leo and Effort. Rumors began to circulate on who would be a part of the "superteam" and on November 22nd, the SKT Twitter officially announced the signing of Khan, Crazy, Clid, Haru, and Teddy. During the next two weeks superstar support Mata was also signed as well as coaches Fly and Zefa who worked with Jin Air and Afreeca, respectively, last season.
Shortly after the announcement they already had to play in the 2018 LoL KeSPA Cup where they had to fight through the first two rounds due to their championship points ranking. These were despite little practice no problem for them as they easily swept past APK Prince and bbq's new roster. Their run then ended in quarterfinals against DAMWON Gaming who had the same core for the whole season going through challenger already.
After a few weeks of practice the roster managed to have a good start to LCK Spring Split 2019 and found itself tied for 2nd place after 5 weeks. The team continued to improve over the course of the split and only dropped one more series in regular season when they just fell short of becoming the first team to beat Griffin this split. In playoff semifinals against Kingzone they had 2 convincing blue side victories and a 45 minute comeback on red side to sweep the series 3-0 and fight Griffin for the title. This highly anticipated series became was very anticlimatic after SKT managed to outscale Griffin's surprising botlane picks before dominating the next two games for another clean sweep and their 7th LCK title. This also meant that they qualified for the Mid-Season Invitational.
At MSI, the Korean champions went 1-1 for each of the first 3 days in the group stage with one loss against IG and two versus G2. SKT then went on to sweep the final two days 4-0 being the only team to defeat Invictus Gaming in the group stage and moved on to face G2 Esports in the semifinals after iG picked Team Liquid as its opponent. SKT lost to G2 in the semifinals, 2-3, failing to convert two matchpoints which lead to the first NA vs EU finals since IEM Season X - San Jose in Season 5.
Despite their decent performance at MSI SKT had a horrible start in Summer Split. They went 1-5 in the first three weeks only barely managing to beat Jin Air before facing some other bottom teams just before Rift Rivals. Fortunately by defeating KT Rolster and Gen.G 2-0 with Effort as support they were able to regain their stride. At Rift Rivals they adapted well to LPL’s faster playstyle and despite losing the final game in group stage against Invictus Gaming they took down Top Esports in the final to contribute to Korea's first Rift Rivals win with a 3-1 scoreline. Back in LCK SKT continued their winning streak and reached a 9 game winning streak. This streak was ended by Hanwha Life Esports and was followed by a second loss to DAMWON Gaming. For their final match of the regular season SKT managed to reverse sweep SANDBOX Gaming to finish the split 11-7 and qualify for the wildcard match with their last chance. For the wildcard match of playoffs they faced 5th place Afreeca and won 2-1 in a close series. In Round 2 waited Sandbox and after a close game 1 SKT dominated game 2 and stomped them in game 3 for a quick clean sweep. Round 3 against DAMWON Gaming went pretty much exactly the same so they once again made it to finals against Griffin. With a dominant 3-1 SKT became the first team to win the playoffs after starting in wildcard match for their 8th LCK title. They will be representing LCK as the first seed at Worlds 2019.
At Worlds they were drawn into group C with LEC 2nd seed Fnatic, LPL 2nd seed Royal Never Give Up and LCS 3rd seed Clutch Gaming. They finished 5-1 getting upset in week 2 by Fnatic and winning two extremely close games against RNG which earned them 1st place in the group. For quarterfinals they were drawn against LEC 3rd seed Splyce and showed again why they were seen as one of the favorites as they won the series clearly 3-1 against Splyce to face G2 Esports in semifinals. Despite leading for most of game 1 they found themselves on the losing side after Faker got picked off and they were swept in the following fight. After a clean game 2 victory they were once again outplayed in the deciding moments of games 3 and 4 and lost the series therefore deservedly 1-3 ending their season earlier than they had hoped.
- February 25, Tom joins.
- May 18, Piccaboo leaves.
- May 22, Scout joins as trainee.
- July 3, Razer sponsors SK Telecom T1.
- November 4, Scout moves to starting roster.
- November 25, MaRin, Tom, and Easyhoon leave.
- December 7, Duke joins.
- December 31, Blank and PoohManDu (Coach) join.
- February 25, Scout moves to trainee.
- March 23, Scout leaves.
- October (approx.), Aiming and TaeHoon join as trainees.
- November 1, Profit joins. TaeHoon moves to starting roster.
- November 28, Duke, Bengi, and PoohManDu (Coach) leave.
- November 30, Peanut joins. Blank moves to substitute.
- December 1, Huni joins. Profit moves to substitute.
- December 12, Sky joins as substitute.
- December 21, RapidStar (Coach) joins.
- December (approx.), TaeHoon and Aiming leave.
- January (approx.), Effort joins as trainee.
- January 11, L.i.E.S renames to cCarter.
- May 23, Untara joins. Blank moves to starting roster. Profit leaves.
- November 21, Peanut and Sky leave.
- November 24, kkOma (Coach to Head Coach) changes position. Effort moves to starting roster. Huni, cCarter (Head Coach), and RapidStar (Coach) leave.
- November 27, Bengi (Coach) and PoohManDu (Coach) rejoin.
- January 7, Thal and Blossom join.
- January 17, Wolf (Support to Jungle) changes position.
- February 1, Wolf (Jungle to Support) changes position.
- February 18, Pirean and Leo join as substitutes.
- June 7, Untara moves to substitute.
- June 24, Blossom and Wolf move to substitutes.
- July 21, Pirean moves to starting roster.
- September 12, Untara moves to starting roster.
- November 18, Blossom's contract expires but departure is not confirmed.
- November 19, Faker, Leo, and kkOma (Head Coach)'s contracts expire but departure is not confirmed. Bengi (Coach) and PoohManDu (Coach)'s contracts expire but departure is not confirmed. Thal, Untara, Blank, Pirean, Bang, and Wolf leave. Blossom's departure is confirmed.
- November 20, Faker, Effort, and Leo's contracts are extended.
- November 22, Khan, Clid, and Teddy join. Crazy and Haru join as substitutes.
- November 25, Mata and Fly (Coach) join. Bengi (Coach) and PoohManDu (Coach)'s departures are confirmed. Effort moves to substitute.
- December 2, Zefa (Coach) joins.
- December 13, Gori joins as substitute.
- December 28, Sayho (Academy Coach) joins. Ellim, Mask, Catan, and Kuri join as trainees.
- January 10, Gori is not listed on the roster for LCK 2019 Spring and moves to trainee.
- February 12, Khan, Crazy, Clid, Haru, Faker, Mata, Kkoma (Head Coach), Fly (Coach), and Zefa (Coach)'s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2019. Teddy and Leo's contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.
- February 25, SK Telecom T1 organization rebrands to T1. The League of Legends team remains as SKT.
- May (approx.), Burdol, Canna, and Closer join as trainees. Mask leaves.
- May 30, Gori moves to substitute.
- June 1, Effort moves to starting roster.
- July 30, Gori's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.
- November 17, Faker's contract is extended through 2021. Faker's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021.
- November 18, Mata leaves. Crazy and Fly (Coach) leave. Khan, Clid, and kkOma (Head Coach) leave. Boxer (Streamer & Content Creator) joins.
- November 19, Haru leaves. Zefa (Coach) leaves.
- November 21, Cuzz joins. Effort's contract is extended. Effort and Cuzz's contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021.
- November 26, Kim (Head Coach) joins. Catan renames to Gumayushi. Roach joins as substitute. Canna moves to starting roster. Ellim, Gumayushi, and Kuri move to substitutes. Canna, Ellim, Gumayushi, Kuri, Roach, and Kim (Coach)'s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021.
- November 27, Leo leaves. Comet (Coach) joins. Comet (Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.
- December 8, SK Telecom T1 rebrands as T1. Canna, Cuzz, Faker, Teddy, Effort, Roach, Ellim, Gori, Gumayushi, Kuri, Kim (Head Coach), Burdol, Comet (Coach), Closer, and Sayho (Academy Coach) leave.
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.
|Canna||Kim Chang-dong (김창동)||Top Laner||≈May 2019≈2019-05-??||Dec 20192019-12-08||T1|
|Cuzz||Moon Woo-chan (문우찬)||Jungler||Nov 20192019-11-21||Dec 20192019-12-08||T1|
|Faker||Lee Sang-hyeok (이상혁)||Mid Laner||Dec 20142014-12-02||Dec 20192019-12-08||T1|
|Teddy||Park Jin-seong (박진성)||Bot Laner||Nov 20182018-11-22||Dec 20192019-12-08||T1|
|Effort||Lee Sang-ho (이상호)||Support||≈Jan 2017≈2017-01-??||Dec 20192019-12-08||T1|
|Roach||Kim Kang-hui (김강희)||Sub/Top||Nov 20192019-11-26||Dec 20192019-12-08||T1|
|Ellim||Choi El-lim (최엘림)||Sub/Jun||Dec 20182018-12-28||Dec 20192019-12-08||T1|
|Gori||Kim Tae-woo (김태우)||Sub/Mid||Dec 20182018-12-13||Dec 20192019-12-08||T1|
|Gumayushi||Lee Min-hyeong (이민형)||Sub/Bot||Dec 20182018-12-28||Dec 20192019-12-08||T1|
|Kuri||Choi Won-yeong (최원영)||Sub/Sup||Dec 20182018-12-28||Dec 20192019-12-08||T1|
|Burdol||Noh Tae-yoon (노태윤)||Trn/Top||≈May 2019≈2019-05-??||Dec 20192019-12-08||T1|
|Closer||Lee Ju-hyeon (이주현)||Trn/Mid||≈May 2019≈2019-05-??||Dec 20192019-12-08||T1|
|Leo||Han Gyeo-re (한겨레)||Sub/Bot||Feb 20182018-02-18||Nov 20192019-11-27||SB|
|Haru||Kang Min-seung (강민승)||Sub/Jun||Nov 20182018-11-22||Nov 20192019-11-19||HLE|
|Khan||Kim Dong-ha (김동하)||Top Laner||Nov 20182018-11-22||Nov 20192019-11-18||FPX|
|Clid||Kim Tae-min (김태민)||Jungler||Nov 20182018-11-22||Nov 20192019-11-18||GEN|
|Mata||Cho Se-hyeong (조세형)||Support||Nov 20182018-11-25||Nov 20192019-11-18||RNG|
|Crazy||Kim Jae-hee (김재희)||Sub/Top||Nov 20182018-11-22||Nov 20192019-11-18||RW|
|Mask||Lee Sang-hoon (이상훈)||Trn/Mid||Dec 20182018-12-28||≈May 2019≈2019-05-??||RNW|
|Thal||Park Kwon-hyuk (박권혁)||Top Laner||Jan 20182018-01-07||Nov 20182018-11-19||HLE|
|Untara||Park Ui-jin (박의진)||Top Laner||May 20172017-05-23||Nov 20182018-11-19||FB|
|Blank||Kang Sun-gu (강선구)||Jungler||Dec 20152015-12-31||Nov 20182018-11-19||SG|
|Pirean||Choi Jun-sik (최준식)||Mid Laner||Feb 20182018-02-18||Nov 20182018-11-19||SK|
|Bang||Bae Jun-sik (배준식)||Bot Laner||Dec 20142014-12-02||Nov 20182018-11-19||100|
|Wolf||Lee Jae-wan (이재완)||Sub/Sup||Dec 20142014-12-02||Nov 20182018-11-19||SUP|
|Blossom||Park Beom-chan (박범찬)||Sub/Jun||Jan 20182018-01-07||Nov 20182018-11-18||XTEN|
|Huni||Heo Seung-hoon (허승훈)||Top Laner||Dec 20162016-12-01||Nov 20172017-11-24||FOX|
|Peanut||Han Wang-ho (한왕호)||Jungler||Nov 20162016-11-30||Nov 20172017-11-21||LZ|
|Sky||Kim Ha-neul (김하늘)||Sub/Mid||Dec 20162016-12-12||Nov 20172017-11-21||RED|
|Profit||Kim Jun-hyung (김준형)||Sub/Top||Nov 20162016-11-01||May 20172017-05-23||RGE|
|TaeHoon||Kim Tae-hoon (김태훈)||Support||≈Oct 2016≈2016-10-??||≈Dec 2016≈2016-12-??||ROX|
|Aiming||Kim Ha-ram (김하람)||Trn/Bot||≈Oct 2016≈2016-10-??||≈Dec 2016≈2016-12-??||AF|
|Duke||Lee Ho-seong (이호성)||Top Laner||Dec 20152015-12-07||Nov 20162016-11-28||iG|
|Bengi||Bae Seong-woong (배성웅)||Jungler||Dec 20142014-12-02||Nov 20162016-11-28||VG|
|Scout||Lee Ye-chan (이예찬)||Trn/Mid||May 20152015-05-22||Mar 20162016-03-23||EDG|
|MaRin||Jang Gyeong-hwan (장경환)||Top Laner||Dec 20142014-12-02||Nov 20152015-11-25||LGD|
|Tom||Im Jae-hyeon (임재현)||Jungler||Feb 20152015-02-25||Nov 20152015-11-25||QG|
|Easyhoon||Lee Ji-hoon (이지훈)||Mid Laner||Dec 20142014-12-02||Nov 20152015-11-25||VG|
|Piccaboo||Lee Jong-beom (이종범)||Support||Dec 20142014-12-02||May 20152015-05-18||KT|
|Impact||Jung Eon-yeong (정언영)||Top Laner||Dec 20142014-12-02||Dec 20142014-12-19||TIP|
Player League Participation
|Song Jong-ho (송종호)||Director||T1|
|Moon Kyung-nam (문경남)||Manager||T1|
|Andy Chae (채동희)||Manager||T1|
|Kim||Kim Jeong-soo (김정수)||Head Coach||T1|
|Comet||Lim Hye-sung (임혜성)||Coach||T1|
|Sayho||Park Se-ho (박세호)||Academy Coach||T1|
|Boxer||Lim Yo-hwan (임요환)||Streamer & Content Creator||T1|
|Zefa||Lee Jae-min (이재민)||Coach||DAMWON Gaming|
|kkOma||Kim Jeong-gyun (김정균)||Head Coach||Vici Gaming|
|Fly||Kim Sang-chul (김상철)||Coach||Invictus Gaming|
|Oh Kyung-sik (오경식)||General Manager||None|
|PoohManDu||Lee Jeong-hyeon (이정현)||Coach||Misfits Gaming|
|Bengi||Bae Seong-woong (배성웅)||Coach||None|
|cCarter||Choi Byoung-hoon (최병훈)||Head Coach||PUBG|
|RapidStar||Jung Min-sung (정민성)||Assistant Coach||FlyQuest|
This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
|SK Telecom T1 Tournament Results - Show Prize as (Local • USD • Euros)|
|2019-11-03||3 - 4||$155,750$ 155,750€ 137,859||Worlds 2019|
1 : 3G2
|Khan, Clid, Faker, Teddy, Effort, Mata, Zefa|
|2019-08-31||1||₩100,000,000$ 84,835.8€ 76,117.9||LCK 2019 Summer Playoffs|
3 : 1GRF
|Khan, Clid, Faker, Teddy, Effort, Fly, Zefa|
|2019-08-18||4||LCK 2019 Summer|
11 - 7RR
|Khan, Clid, Haru, Faker, Gori, Teddy, Mata, Effort, kkOma, Fly, Zefa|
|2019-05-18||3 - 4||MSI 2019|
2 : 3G2
|Khan, Clid, Faker, Teddy, Mata, Zefa|
|2019-04-13||1||₩100,000,000₩100,000,000₩100,000,000||LCK 2019 Spring Playoffs|
3 : 0GRF
|Khan, Clid, Faker, Teddy, Mata, kkOma, Fly, Zefa|
|2019-03-31||2||LCK 2019 Spring|
14 - 4RR
|Khan, Clid, Faker, Teddy, Mata, kkOma, Fly, Zefa|
|2018-12-27||5 - 8||₩5,000,000$ 4,429.22€ 3,907.84||KeSPA Cup 2018|
1 : 2DWG
|Khan, Clid, Faker, Teddy, Mata, kkOma, Fly, Zefa|
|2018-09-12||4||Korea Regional Finals 2018|
2 : 3GEN
|Untara, Blank, Faker, Bang, Effort, PoohManDu, Bengi|
|2018-08-09||7||₩10,000,000₩10,000,000₩10,000,000||LCK 2018 Summer|
8 - 10RR
|Thal, Blank, Blossom, Faker, Pirean, Bang, Leo, Wolf, Effort, kkOma, PoohManDu, Bengi|
|2018-07-08||2||Rift Rivals 2018 LCK-LPL-LMS|
2 : 3LPL
|Thal, Blank, Faker, Bang, Wolf, kkOma|
|Total Prize:USD 155,750 • KRW 215,000,000|
- December 24, Understanding and Analyzing Korea 2.0; the Good. by , and on Esports Heaven
- January 6, LEARNING FROM THE NEW SK TELECOM by , and on Paravine
- April 24, A Return to Form: SK Telecom T1 by , and on LoL Esports
- April 29, The Aegis of T1: an in-depth look at the remnants of SKT T1 S by , and on theScore Esports
- May 2, [LOL Champions Finals] “We want to play EDG” SKT T1 Takes the Championship (May 02, 2015) by , and on Bnununu
- May 5, Picks and Bans: SK Telecom T1 Mixes Things Up at MSI by , and on LoL Esports
- May 6, SK Telecom T1 – MSI Preview by , and on Azubu
- June 16, Injecting chaos into SKT's winning style by , and on LoL Esports
- September 10, SKT: The supreme regents of Korea by , and on LoL Esports
- September 15, The Road to Worlds: an in-depth look at SK Telecom T1 by , and on theScore Esports
- September 24, World Championship Preview: SK Telecom T1 by , and on EsportsTalk
- September 29, Worlds 2015 Team Profile:SK Telecom T1 by , and on Esports Heaven
- October 17, The Road to Immortality: SK Telecom T1 remain perfect with a sweep in London by Tyler "Fionn" Erzberger on The Score
- October 23, The Evolution of Faker and 2015 SK Telecom T1 by Emily Rand on Follow eSports
- October 29, The SK Telecom T1 Replacements by Emily Rand on Follow eSports
- October 31, The Dynasty of SK Telecom T1 by Tyler "Fionn" Erzberger on theScore Esports
- October 31, SK Telecom T1's post-Worlds press conference with , and on The Score
- October 31, SKT about Fnatic, the skins they want and Europe with , and on Fragbite
- November 3, SKT's road to World Champion by Frank "Riot Mirhi" Fields on LoL Esports
- November 6, Black & White: the historic rivalry of SK Telecom T1 and Samsung White by Tyler "Fionn" Erzberger on theScore Esports
- March 2, The Rise and Fall (and Rise and Fall) of SK Telecom T1 by Emily Rand on TheScore Esports
- March 4, [(IEM World Championship) SKT Head Coach Choi Byung-hoon, “Faker Wanted to Play at IEM” by , and on krbnu
- March 6, SK Telecom T1 Fighting by Emily Rand on TheScore Esports
- March 7, [(IEM World Championship) Undefeated SK Telecom “We Want to Play at MSI” by , and on krbnu
- April 28, Korea looks for revenge at MSI by Ian Nowakowski on LoL Esports
- April 30, Jungle is the New Mid: Tracking Faker's role on SK Telecom T1 by Emily Rand on The Score
- May 2, MSI Preview: The SK Telecom T1 Dynasty by Emily Rand on The Score
- May 3, Who can beat SKT at the League of Legends 2016 Mid-Season Invitational? by Taylor Cocke on Yahoo Esports
- May 4, The Quest for S-Tier: How Good is SKT's Duke? by Tim Sevenhuysen on The Score
- May 5, A Bullet and a Target: SK Telecom's 0-2 Day 2 by Emily Rand on The Score
- May 6, Dealing with the South Korean Tilting Problem by James "Obscurica" Chen on PVPLive
- May 6, A Question of "The Jungle," bengi's absence at MSI by Emily Rand on The Score
- May 6, Five outrageous Reddit reactions to CLG beating SKT by Joe "Pistallion" Cannavino on Slingshot Esports
- May 14, MSI Finals Preview: 'Win everything' vs. 'All they do is win' by Emily Rand on The Score
- May 15, The Uncut Post-MSI English Press Conference with SK Telecom T1 by , and on The Score
- May 18, SK Telecom T1's Fully Subtitled, Uncut Korean Press Conference from MSI by , and on The Score
- May 23, SK Telecom T1's MSI Win: By the Numbers by , and on The Score
- May 28, Comparing League of Legends teams to their traditional sports counterparts by Connor Smith on Slingshot
- June 15, SKT coach’s cautious comments reflect a community that demands perfection by , and on Andrew Kim on Slingshot
- June 22, Examining "Things SKT Does" by Emily Rand on The Score
- July 24, Why Afreeca? The story of Faker, Mickey and the Korean mid lane by Emily Rand on The Score
- September 15, Road to Worlds: SK Telecom T1 by Adam Newell on GAMURS
- September 26, Never Bet Against SKT by Emily Rand on The Score
- October 6, Please God Not SKT Again, Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Root for TSM by Ryan Gilliam on Riftherald
- October 22, Check out SK Telecom T1’s press conference after beating ROX Tigers by , and on The Rift Herald
- October 29, A Little Bit of History Repeating: Samsung Galaxy vs. SK Telecom T1 by Emily Rand on The Score
- October 30, SK Telecom T1's 2016 World Championship English Press Conference by , and on The Score
- November 1, Welcome to the club: SK Telecom T1 among great sports dynasties by Tyler Erzberger on ESPN
- November 9, SK Teleom: The Forgotten Hero by CD-Mangaka on Esports Heaven
- December 5, What to expect from SKT Peanut and Huni by Austen Goslin on The Rift Herald
- December 5, Carries everywhere: How Huni and Peanut fit around SKT’s roster of stars by Xing Li on The Daily Dot
- December 30, The Telecom Wars Reignited: The Clash of Titans, or Another Super Team Flop? by Jared MacAdam on The Game Haus
- January 12, SKT head coach on 10-ban system: “Rather than thinking (simply more bans) is significant, I see that how Riot Games patches champions will have a larger impact on the outcome of games.” by Andrew Kim on Slingshot
- February 1, Reboot: KT Rolster and SK Telecom T1 by Emily Rand on The Score
- February 17, SKT Head Coach Choi: “It’ll be hard to beat KT with the game play we saw (against Samsung).” by Andrew Kim on Slingshot
- March 1, Pieces of past success: KT and SKT's bid for the top of LCK by Kelsey Moser on Yahoo! Esports
- March 2, Win Conditions: SKT vs KT, March 2 by Tim "Magic" Sevenhuysen on YouTube
- March 4, SKT Head Coach: “As we were preparing for the KT match, the company (SK Telecom) put a money reward on the line, which I think gave the players motivation.” with , and on Slingshot Esports
- March 29, SKT head coach cCarter reflects on regular season: “I think the patch change in the middle of the season and our drop in performance did act like an obstacle.” with , and on Slingshot Esports
- April 26, KkOma reflects on building SKT: “Even back then, Faker was the player that was so good to the point it didn’t make sense.” with , and on Fomos’ Park Sang-jin, translated by Slingshot Esports
- May 4, KkOma: “My first goal was to retire after four world championships. I’ve won three more quickly than I thought, so I don’t know what I should do if we win a fourth.” with , and on Fomos’ Park Sang-jin, translation by Slingshot Esports
- May 5, How SK Telecom T1 has shaped the narrative of Korean teams at international League of Legends events by Emily Rand on Yahoo Esports
- May 7, SKT coach cCarter on Korean esports market: “Once we play more good games and when it becomes easier to go overseas, I think we’ll get more investments like North America or China.” with , and on Segye Ilbo’s Uhm Hyung-joon, translated by Slingshot Esports
- May 8, SKT coach: “The Flash Wolves are the closest (in MSI) to the play level of LCK teams.” with , and on Slingshot Esports
- May 12, The life of kkOma: Would you rather be married or a three-time world champion? by , and on Andrew Kim for Slingshot Esports
- May 18, SKT head coach cCarter says Gigabyte Marines’ had trickiest play style among Mid-Season Invitational opponents with , and on Slingshot Esports
- May 18, [MSI2017] SKT Head Coach cCarter: "Faker will do well, and he has to do well." with , and on LoLEsports, transcription by Inven Global
- May 18, MSI: SK Telecom T1 vs. Flash Wolves Preview by Rodger Caudill on The Game Haus
- May 21, [MSI2017] SKT Coach Kkoma on Peanut-Huni: "They can do better, so I'll make them do better." with , and on LoLEsports, transcription by Inven Global
- May 24, Under Pressure: Inside kkOma's mental palace with , and on LoL Esports
- May 24, Is SKT's dominance healthy for League of Legends? by Tyler Erzberger on ESPN
- May 25, Bleeding Gods: The Inevitable Fall of SKT by Zack Davis on The Game Haus
- May 26, The Moment: SK Telecom T1's new groove by Emily Rand on Yahoo Esports
- May 31, Why SKT’s international dominance is actually good for League of Legends by , and on Andrew Kim for Slingshot Esports
- June 4, SKT T1 Wolf: “My goal has always been winning championships, whether it's Summer Split or Worlds” with , and on Inven Global
- June 5, SKT Wolf: “I think there were some conditioning problems that we’re steadily adjusting to while we’re also getting used to the new patch.” with , and on Slingshot Esports
- June 27, SKT Head Coach cCarter: "I don't think Huni and Peanut are in a bad shape...I believe in them." with , and on Inven Global
- July 2, SKT Head Coach cCarter: "We have to win the Rift Rivals to be confident for the remainder of split." with , and on Inven Global
- July 6, SKT Kkoma: "I wanted to bring them all. I wish the limitation for subs would be lifted" with , and on Inven Global
- July 7, Kkoma receives an unexpected proposal: "Kkoma, please marry me!" with , and on Inven Global
- August 3, The truth behind Faker playing with skins and what Huni thinks about Cho'Gath with , and on Inven Global
- August 11, SKT Head Coach cCarter: "Against AFs, we are pushing ourselves hard so that we can forget about being tired" with , and on Inven Global
- August 12, SKT coach cCarter: “Every time we faced Samsung it was after coming back from overseas, but I don’t think that’s the reason we lost.” with Andrew Kim on Slingshot Esports
- August 12, Wolf: "Fans who support other teams will have big concerns... because they will witness SKT climbing back to the top" with , and on Inven Global
- August 12, SKT Peanut: "I gave Untara the same advices that I've got from my ROX teammates last year." with , and on Inven Global
- August 15, Faker on SKT's Prominence in Bo5s: "Our experience of frequently playing on "big" stages plays an important part." with , and on Inven Global
- August 19, Faker: "Trying to cut my arms off in 'Picks and Bans'? I've prepared a prosthetic arm just in case" with , and on Inven Global
- August 22, SKT kkOma: "Right now, 'Longzhu' members are filled with vigor... but soon, they will be stricken with fear and pressure" with , and on Inven Global
- August 22, Faker to BDD: "Thanks for being a fan... but I won't go easy on you just because you are one" with , and on Inven Global
- August 24, SKT head coach on Wolf’s newfound confidence: “He’s gotten very over-confident as his solo queue points got better.” with , and on Andrew Kim for Slingshot Esports
- September 2, Why SKT, though vulnerable, should still be the Worlds favorite by Kelsey Moser on ESPN
- September 6, What’s a Duke to a King – How SKT’s Toplane Approach Makes Them The Best by Tomasz Milaniuk on The Shotcaller
- September 13, Worlds 2017 group A : The Clash of Titans by Jared MacAdam on The Game Haus
- September 26, SKT Head Coach cCarter: "Clement Chu's statements about LCK teams during Rift Rivals are all lies." with , and on Inven Global
- October 4, SKT head coach explains why they chose to bring Huni over Untara for worlds with , and on Andrew Kim for Slingshot Esports
- October 19, SKT head coach cCarter on Misfits: “They have a very strong grasp of the game’s basics.” with , and on Andrew Kim for Slingshot Esports
- October 19, What's in an SKT jungler? by , and on Emily Rand for Slingshot Esports
- October 24, Semifinals Spotlight: Royal squares up by Michael Lee on The Game Haus