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Meet the All-New SK Telecom 1 (Post-Worlds 2018)

We've all witnessed the epic conclusion to this year's League of Legends World Championship 2018

Now it's time to witness epic team shuffles slowly being announced, starting with SKT.

The SKT1 line-up you never expected.

A few days ago, renowned Korean team SK Telecom 1 made an announcement regarding its new members for 2019 season.

Six new players were recruited by SKT1, namely: Khan, Crazy, Haru, Clid, and Teddy. Of course, everyone's favorite mid player, Lee Sang-hyeok (Faker) still remains under the professional team.

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The official announcement can be found on SKT's social media accounts.

Here is a brief information on the five new players for SKT1 2019.

Kim "Khan" Dongha (top)

Known as Korea's "God Carry," Khan (formerly Hanlabong) is popular for his Jayce top plays. As reported, Khan's Jayce has a 90% win-rate in the LCK 2017 summer, when he was still a member of Longzhu Gaming.

Kim "Crazy" Chaehee (top)

Crazy is at three years into the professional lolesports scene, starting back in 2015. This 22-year old's favorite champion is Fiora, the Grand Duelist.

Kang "Haru" Minseung (jungler)

Consistent with the ganks, Haru started out at CJ Entus in 2016. He has been through different powerful Korean teams throughout the years, including Samsung Galaxy, KSV esports, and Gen. G. Now, Haru is the newest jungler for SK Telecom 1.

Kim "Clid" Tae-min (jungler)

At the age of 19, Clid is one of the youngest players to join SKT. His favorite champion is Kindred. Will he be using the Eternal Hunters to bring back SKT to its throne?

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Park "Teddy" Jinsung (ADC)

A helpful ally as an ADC and a deadly enemy at the bottom lane, Teddy has now joined SK Telecom 1. Teddy is known for his remarkable creep kills, which, up to this day, still holds the highest count in League of Legends CS rating history.

Cho "Mata" Sehyong

The freshest addition to the new SKT line-up, the name "Mata" dates back to lolesports season 3. Mata is often compared to retired Korean player Madlife, with life-saving Thresh plays at the Rift.

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