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SK Telecom T1
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TEAM INFORMATION
LOCATION: South Korea South Korea
NO. OF PLAYERS: 9
TEAM STAFF
COACHES: Choi "cCarter" Byoung-hoon
Kim "kkOma" Jeong-gyun
Jung "RapidStar" Min-sung
SPONSORS/PARTNERS
SK Telecom FILA Razer Twitch ASUS Republic of Gamers Oronamin C
SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
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HISTORY
CREATED: December 13, 2012(2012-12-13)
FORMER:
SK Telecom T1 S


SK Telecom T1 K


Overview   Skins    


SK Telecom T1 is a Korean a professional gaming team based in South Korea. Previously, the SK Telecom organization sponsored two sister teams, S and K.

It was originally founded as a StarCraft: Brood War team under the name Orion in 2002 by Lim Yo-Hwan (Boxer), regarded by many as the greatest eSports player of all time, and has included stars such as Kim Taek-Young (Bisu), Jung Myung-Hoon (Fantasy) and Choi Yun-Sung (ILoveOov - who is formerly the coach of SKT1's StarCraft II team). Its League and StarCraft teams have made efforts to support each other publicly, as cameras caught Faker and the rest of the League team attending one of the StarCraft team's Proleague matches against Jin Air.[1]

History

Season 3
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 12th, 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 and then having a perfect season in Champions Winter 2013-2014.

Season 4
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 Galaxy, placing second overall.

Pre-Season 5
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 2015 LoL Champions Korea (LCK). On December 2nd, 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.

Season 5

On May 2nd, SK Telecom T1 won 1st place in 2015 LCK Spring with a score of 3-0 in a best of 5 series against the GE Tigers. The team will be representing Korea in the 2015 Mid-Season Invitational that will be held in Tallahassee, Florida. After dominating the LCK Summer Split and qualifying for the 2015 World Championship, SKT finish the tournament in 1st place, winning the title of world champions for the second time as an organization. SKT's Mid, Jungle and Coach (Faker, Bengi and KkOma) become the first professional League of Legends players to win more than one World title.

Season 6
The team had a good start in 2016 as they have won IEM X World Championship after beating Fnatic (3-0). They finished 3rd in the regular split of the LCK but won the entire tournament after dominating ROX Tigers in a 3-1 victory. SK Telecom T1 will then proceed winning the 2016 Mid-Season Invitational against Counter Logic Gaming (3-0).

In summer, the team placed 2nd in the regular split then lose to KT Rolster (2-3) in the playoffs. However, KT Rolster failed to beat ROX Tigers in the finals, thus giving SKT the chance to be one of the representatives of LCK for the 2016 World Championship which they have won (for the 3rd time) after beating ROX Tigers (3-2) in the semifinals and ending the series 3-2 against Samsung Galaxy in the finals. Moving forward, the team had to face ROX Tigers again in the semifinals of the 2016 LoL KeSPA Cup where the team's effort fell short and losing the best of 3 series (0-2).

On November, the team announced the departure of bengi and Duke while the rest of the roster renewed their contracts with the organization. Few days later, the team announced that they have signed Peanut as their Jungler, who will be playing alongside Blank. This was followed by the announcement of Huni joining the team in place of Duke.

Timeline

Player Roster

ID Name Contract
Top Laner South Korea Huni Heo Seung-hoon (허승훈) 11/20/2017
Jungler South Korea Peanut Han Wang-ho (한왕호) 11/20/2017
Mid Laner South Korea Faker Lee Sang-hyeok (이상혁) 11/20/2017
AD Carry South Korea Bang Bae Jun-sik (배준식) 11/20/2017
Support South Korea Wolf Lee Jae-wan (이재완) 11/20/2017
Sub Top Laner South Korea Untara Park Ui-Jin (박의진) 11/20/2017
Sub Jungler South Korea Blank Kang Sun-gu (강선구) 11/20/2017
Sub Mid Laner South Korea Sky Kim Ha-neul (김하늘) 11/20/2017

ID Name Next Team
Top Laner South Korea Profit Kim Joon-hyung (김준형)
Ninjas in Pyjamas
Support South Korea TaeHoon Kim Tae-hoon (김태훈)
ROX Tigers
Top Laner South Korea Duke Lee Ho-Seong (이호성)
Invictus Gaming
Jungler South Korea bengi Bae Seong-ung (배성웅)
Vici Gaming
Mid Laner South Korea Scout Lee Ye-chan (이예찬)
EDward Gaming
Top Laner South Korea MaRin Jang Gyeong-Hwan (장경환)
LGD Gaming
Jungler South Korea Tom Im Jae-hyeon (임재현)
Qiao Gu Reapers
Mid Laner South Korea Easyhoon Lee Ji-hoon (이지훈)
Vici Gaming
Support South Korea Piccaboo Lee Jong-Beom (이종범)
KT Rolster
Top Laner South Korea Impact Jung Eon-yeong (정언영)
Team Impulse
AD Carry South Korea Piglet Chae Gwang-jin (채광진)
Team Liquid
Support South Korea PoohManDu Lee Jeong-hyeon (이정현)
Invictus Gaming
Support South Korea Casper Kwon Ji-min (권지민)
Samsung Galaxy

Organization

ID Name Position
South Korea Kim Sun-joong CEO
South Korea cCarter Choi Byeong-hoon (최병훈) Head Coach
South Korea KkOma Kim Jeong-gyun (김정균) Coach
South Korea RapidStar Jung Min-sung (정민성) Coach

ID Name Position Next Team
South Korea PoohManDu Lee Jeong-hyeon (이정현) Coach
Vici Gaming

Team Achievements

2017 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2017-08-26 Ogn logo.png 2nd 2017 LCK Summer Playoffs 1 : 3
Longzhu Gaming
60,000,000 KRW
2017-08-06 Ogn logo.png 4th 2017 LCK Summer Split 13 - 5 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2017-07-09 2017RRReds.png 2nd 2017 Rift Rivals - Red 1 : 3
LPL
2017-05-21 2017 Mid-Season Invitational.png 1st 2017 Mid-Season Invitational 3 : 1
G2 Esports
2017-04-22 Ogn logo.png 1st 2017 LCK Spring Playoffs 3 : 0
KT Rolster
100,000,000 KRW
2017-04-02 Ogn logo.png 1st 2017 LCK Spring Split 16 - 2 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)

2016 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2016-11-18 2016 LoL KeSPA Cup.png 3 - 4th 2016 LoL KeSPA Cup 0 : 2
ROX Tigers
₩ 10,000,000
2016-10-29 Worlds Logosmall.png 1st 2016 World Championship 3 : 2
Samsung Galaxy
$2,680,000
2016-08-12 Ogn logo.png 3rd 2016 LCK Summer Playoffs 2 : 3
KT Rolster
₩ 30,000,000
2016-08-06 Ogn logo.png 2nd 2016 LCK Summer Split 13 - 5 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2016-05-15 2016 Mid-Season Invitational.png 1st 2016 Mid-Season Invitational 3 : 0
Counter Logic Gaming
$ 250,000
2016-04-23 Ogn logo.png 1st 2016 LCK Spring Playoffs 3 : 1
ROX Tigers
₩ 100,000,000
2016-04-09 Ogn logo.png 3rd 2016 LCK Spring Split 12 - 6 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2016-03-06 Esltumbnail.png 1st IEM X World Championship 3 : 0
Fnatic
$ 50,000

2015 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2015-11-13 3 - 4th 2015 LoL KeSPA Cup 0 : 2
Ever
₩ 10,000,000
2015-10-31 Worlds Logosmall.png 1st 2015 World Championship 3 : 1
KOO Tigers
$ 1,000,000
2015-08-29 Ogn logo.png 1st 2015 LCK Summer Playoffs 3 : 0
KT Rolster
₩ 100,000,000
2015-08-13 Ogn logo.png 1st 2015 LCK Summer Split 17 : 1
KT Rolster
Q to Playoffs
2015-05-10 MSI2015.png 2nd 2015 Mid-Season Invitational 2 : 3
EDward Gaming
$50,000 USD
2015-05-01 Ogn logo.png 1st 2015 LCK Spring Playoffs 3 : 0
GE Tigers
₩ 100,000,000
2015-04-11 Ogn logo.png 2nd 2015 LCK Spring/Round Robin 11 : 3 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)

2014 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2014-08-30 RpPoints.png 2nd 2014 Korea Regional Finals 1 : 3
NaJin White Shield
2014-08-09 NLB Logo Small.png 1st ITENJOY NLB Summer 2014 3 : 0
NaJin Black Sword
₩ 5,000,000
2014-07-23 Ogn logo.png 5 - 8th HOT6iX Champions Summer 2014 1 : 3
Samsung Galaxy White
₩ 10,000,000
2014-05-14 NLB Logo Small.png 3rd bigfile NLB Spring 2014 3 : 0
KT Rolster Bullets
₩ 2,000,000
2014-05-11 2014Paris.jpg 1st All-Star 2014 3 : 0
OMG
$ 50,000
2014-04-16 Ogn logo.png 5 - 8th HOT6iX Champions Spring 2014 1 : 3
Samsung Galaxy Ozone
₩ 10,000,000
2014-01-25 Ogn logo.png 1st PANDORA.TV Champions Winter 2013-2014 3 : 0
Samsung Galaxy Ozone
₩ 80,000,000

2013 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-10-16 WCGlogo small.png 3 - 4th 2013 WCG Korea Qualifiers 0 : 2
SG Blue
2013-10-04 RpPoints.png 1st Season 3 World Championship 3 : 0
Royal Club
$ 1,000,000
2013-09-07 RpPoints.png 1st Season 3 Korea Regional Finals 3 : 1
KT Rolster Bullets
S3WC Qualification
2013-08-31 Ogn logo.png 1st HOT6iX Champions Summer 2013 3 : 2
KT Rolster Bullets
₩ 80,000,000
2013-06-29 AMDInven Logosmall.png 3 - 4th AMD-INVEN GamExperience 0 : 2
MVP Ozone
₩ 1,000,000
2013-05-15 Ogn logo.png 3rd OLYMPUS Champions Spring 2013 3 : 0
CJ Entus Frost
₩ 24,000,000

Individual Awards
Date Event Award Team
2016-11-23 KeSPA Awards.png 2016 Korea e-Sports Awards • Best e-Sports Team of the Year Award
• LoL Best Leadership Award
Choi Byeong-hoon (최병훈)

Interviews

Other Contents

Gallery

  • 2017 LCK Summer
  • 2017 LCK Spring
  • 2016 LCK Summer
  • 2016 LCK Spring
  • 2015 LCK Summer
  • 2015 LCK Spring

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References