KT Rolster 2023 Roster
(TOP) Kim “Gi-in” Ki-in, Lee “Perfect” Seung-min
(JUG) Moon “Cuz” Woo-chan
(MID) Kwak “bdiddy” Bo-seong
(BOT) Kim “Aiming” Haram
(SUP) Son “Rehenz” Xiu
When we look at KT Rolster’s rebuilds in recent years, we’ve seen a lot of people say that they’ve been okay, not bad, but it’s hard to say that they’ve been the best stab at it. They’ve certainly had a lot of individual talent, and they’ve had a lot of highs and lows, but they haven’t been able to achieve the results they wanted due to weak lane defense. The same was true the year before and the year after.
For the 2023 season, KT Rolster completed its roster with Kim “Kiin” Ki-in, Moon “Curse” Woo-chan, Kwak “Biddy” Bo-sung, Kim “Aiming” Haram, and Son “Rehends” Xiu. Looking at the members alone, it’s a lineup that will aim to win the championship as well as the PO, and even if you think it’s similar to the previous year, it’s more solid. Moon “Cuz” Woo-chan and Kim “Aiming” Haram are still here, and the remaining spots are filled by Kim “Kiin” Ki-in, Kwak “Biddy” Bo-sung, and Son “LiChenz” Si-woo, all of whom are players who thrive with good teammates.
And all three are likely to be as hungry to perform as anyone. Kim “Kiin” Ki-in, the former star of the Guangdong Freecs, has always been the centerpiece of a rebuilt team that was built around him. However, he didn’t get the results he wanted with the Guangdong Freecs and left the team to join the KT Rolster. Kim “Gi-in” Ki-in’s crazy season was in 2018, and now it’s 2023, and he needs a big career.
Kwak “Biddy” Bo-seong is also thirsty for results. He’s undoubtedly an outstanding mid, but last year’s season at Nongshim will be one to forget. The so-called S-grade middles are supposed to be the ones who hold the center when the team falters. However, there is no doubt that when he has a good teammate, Bididi’s play has wings. The aforementioned will be one of the challenges he’ll have to overcome, but for now, there aren’t many who think he won’t be on the KT roster in the 2023 season. And ‘BdD’ is not a selfish mid. He prefers to prioritize team moves even if they cost him a little, rather than forcing his teammates to make sacrifices, and I think the free-flowing style of ‘Rehenz’ will empower his selfish gains, so I’m looking forward to seeing what kind of LoL he can do.
With teammates like Kim “Kiin” Gi-in creating a board that allows him to focus solely on himself, KT Rolster could be even stronger than expected. And then there’s the meta, where the consensus among officials is that the meta hasn’t changed much from last fall. This is where the players with the most individual skill and experience will have the slightest advantage, and that’s exactly what KT Rolster has. Furthermore, in an environment that can become too rigid, it is very harmonious to have the No. 1 variable-creating supporter in Lee “Rehends”.
Kim “Gi-in” Ki-in, Kwak “Biddy” Bo-sung and Kim “Aiming” Haram all have the ability to pull off deals when given the spear, so the sensible and beautiful initiation skills of Moon “Cuz” Woo-chan or Son “Rehenz” Xiu are essential. In short, it’s important to set the table well because there are a lot of players who can run wild if you set the table. You don’t want the dealers to get frustrated and set themselves up as bait.
Most of the players are also familiar with the coaching staff. The so-called “Kang Dong-hoon division” has a lot of veteran players, including former Kingzone rookies “Biddy” and “Cuz,” so it shouldn’t take too long for them to adjust to the role of a KT Rolster. In fact, Moon “Cuz” Woo-chan said that he felt comfortable practicing with “Biddy” after a long time because he was able to recall the memories of playing and breathing during the Kingzone era. 토토사이트 However, in order to compete with strong teams such as Genji and T1, KT Rolster will have to mix in one or two new cards that only the current players can show in addition to LoL, and only then will KT Rolster come closer to achieving the desired results.