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Prior to the [[2015 LoL KeSPA Cup]], Ever brought in former [[KT Rolster]] jungler [[Ares (Kim Min-kwon)|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 Season X - Cologne|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 ===
At the time of competing at [[IEM Season X - World Championship|IEM Katowice]] (which they had an invitation to due to winning IEM Cologne), Ever were in second place in [[Challengers Korea/2016 Season/Spring Season|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 Season/Spring Season|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 [[LCK/2016 Season/Summer Promotion|2016 LCK Summer Promotion]]. Then, they beat [[SBENU Sonicboom]] 3-0 to earn a spot in the [[LCK/2016 Season/Summer Season|2016 LCK Summer Season]].
During the [[LCK/2016 Season/Summer Season|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 [[LCK/2017 Season/Spring Promotion|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.
Loken left ESC Ever and joined [[QG Reapers]] in December of 2016. QG placed 3rd in their group in the [[LPL/2017_Season/Spring_Season|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 [[Demacia_Cup/2017_Season|2017 Demacia Cup]] but it wasn't particularly good as they placed 9th-12th after an 0-2 loss to [[LGD Gaming]]. In the [[LPL/2017_Season/Summer_Season|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 ==
* Is the older brother of [[TaNa]].<ref>[https://twitter.com/lol_loken/status/1067254109055549440 LokeN's Tweet (Korean)] ''twitter.com''</ref>
== Media ==
== Images ==
ESC LokeN 2017 Spring.png|ESC LokeN 2016 Summer
QG Loken 2017 Spring.png|QG Loken 2017 Spring
JDG Loken 2017 Summer.png|JDG Loken 2017 Summer
JDG Loken 2018 Spring.png|JDG Loken 2018 Spring
JDG LokeN 2018 Summer.png|JDG LokeN 2018 Summer
TOP LokeN 2019 Split 1.png|TOP LokeN 2019 Spring
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