Han “Peanut” Wang-ho of Gen.G eSports expressed regret over his performance even though he took the lead alone.

In the first round of the 2023 League of Legends Champions Korea Spring held at Gran Seoul LCK Arena in Jongno-gu, Seoul on the 3rd, Gen.G defeated Liv Sandbox 2-1 and became the sole leader. Han Wang-ho helped the team win by showcasing sharp ganking and sharp initiating.

Han Wang-ho, who was interviewed after the game, said, “It was one of the games I really wanted to win, but I’m sorry that I didn’t perform well.”

On this day, Gen.G played a difficult match, giving away the first set. He recalled that time, saying, “I was dragged around in the first set, but I was good at concentrating on the timing to get stronger, so I turned around.” “But after losing the first set, I felt empty.” He then looked back on the difficult game, saying, “I thought the game was difficult in the second set as well, but I was able to win by finding that there was only one way to win both the 2nd and 3rd sets.”

The confrontation between Gen.G and Liv Sandbox drew attention as a jungle match. Regarding his impressions of dealing with ‘Willer’ Jeong-hyeon Kim, who showed good form recently, Wang-ho Han said, “I felt that he understood the beginning well and understood the role he would play well.” “he said.

Lastly, he said, “I’m on a winning streak, but I think it’s because I’m lucky for a while, and there’s still a lot left in the league, so I don’t know what’s ahead.” I think you can see it,” he said.

He continued, “Don’t feel pressured, but mistakes may come out during the game, so it would be nice if we could make up for each other well.” 메이저놀이터

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