Hanwha Life Insurance Esports lost to kt Rolster. An all-out war was expected in a confrontation between two teams in similar circumstances, but Hanwha Life Insurance Esports collapsed more futilely than expected.
Director Choi In-kyu and Kim “Zecca” Gun-woo participated in the loser interview. Coach Choi In-gyu regretted the difference between scrims and tournament performances. ‘Zeca’ agreed with this, but also expressed the opinion that it would be better in the long run to clearly identify and compensate for problems through defeat rather than to get one or two lucky wins right away. 메이저사이트
The following is the full text of the interview with Hanwha Life Esports manager Choi In-gyu and Kim “Zecca” Gun-woo.
Q. How would you rate today’s game?
Manager Choi In-kyu: It was an important game to regain the mentality we lost against Liv Sandbox, but it’s a pity that we lost until today.
“Zecca” Kim Geon-woo: We couldn’t play according to the composition we had planned.
Q. If you had to pick a specific defeat?
Coach Choi In-gyu: It was a combination that could take the early game much more advantageously. However, rather than trying to solve the game with initiative, I think it might have been a game where I was afraid of the opponent’s attack and just followed it.
Q. Please tell me what needs to be improved.
Director Choi In-kyu: If the time to breathe is short, it can be short, so there are problems with it. The biggest problem is that the performance of scrims does not come out in competitions.
Q. Why doesn’t performance in scrims come out in competitions?
Head coach Choi In-gyu: The pressure to perform as well as we are expected to do seems to make us cringe. Normally, we scrim and chat in a friendly atmosphere, but strangely, when we only come to the stadium, communication decreases.
Q. Is there anything you want to emphasize to the team?
Manager Choi In-kyu: The season is long and there are many games left. Currently, our grades and performances are not good, but I think we can do well by constantly working hard.
Q. Any last words you want to say?
Geon-woo “Zecca” Kim: Recently, his grades aren’t good. To be honest, I think it’s better in the long run if we find and make up for problems even if we lose miserably, rather than luckily winning 1 or 2 with these skills. I will work hard, so please support me until the end.