Fixtures

LOL - LCK Summer 07/19 08:00 - KT Rolster vs DRX View
LOL - LCK Summer 07/21 06:00 - FearX vs KT Rolster View
LOL - LCK Summer 07/26 10:30 - T1 vs KT Rolster View
LOL - LCK Summer 07/28 08:30 - Nongshim RedForce vs KT Rolster View
LOL - LCK Summer 07/31 10:30 - KT Rolster vs Hanwha Life View
LOL - LCK Summer 08/04 06:00 - KT Rolster vs OKSavingsBank BRION View

Results

LOL - LCK Summer 07/12 08:00 - FearX v KT Rolster 0-2
LOL - LCK Summer 07/10 10:30 - Nongshim RedForce v KT Rolster 0-2
LOL - LCK Summer 06/29 06:00 - T1 v KT Rolster 1-2
LOL - LCK Summer 06/27 10:20 - KT Rolster v OKSavingsBank BRION 2-1
LOL - LCK Summer 06/23 08:30 - Hanwha Life Esports v KT Rolster 2-0
LOL - LCK Summer 06/20 08:00 - KT Rolster v Gen.G 0-2
LOL - LCK Summer 06/15 08:30 - KT Rolster v Dplus KIA 1-2
LOL - LCK Summer 06/13 08:00 - KT Rolster v Kwangdong Freecs 0-2
LOL - LCK Spring Playoffs 03/31 06:00 - KT Rolster v Dplus KIA 2-3
LOL - LCK Spring 03/24 08:30 - KT Rolster v Kwangdong Freecs 2-0
LOL - LCK Spring 03/21 08:00 - KT Rolster v Hanwha Life Esports 1-2
LOL - LCK Spring 03/16 08:30 - KT Rolster v DRX 2-1

Wikipedia - KT Rolster

kt Rolster is a South Korean multi-gaming organization founded in 1999 with Korea Telecom as its head sponsor. A member of the Korean e-Sports Association, KT Rolster holds one of the richest and most successful StarCraft teams in the world, as well as one of the most successful League of Legends teams in Korea. The StarCraft team has fielded several legendary players throughout the pro-gaming scenes of StarCraft: Brood War and StarCraft II, such as Flash, Nal rA, YellOw, NaDa, NesTea, Reach, Life, TY and Zest.

History

When the organization was created in 1999, it consisted solely of a StarCraft team which was named KTF n016 Progame Team after its head sponsor, Korea Telecom Freetel. In 2001, the team was renamed KTF MagicNs. When the sponsor merged with Korean Telecom, the organization subsequently went through several name changes and eventually ended up as KT Rolster (short for "Roller Coaster") in August 2009. The team transitioned to Starcraft II during the hybrid 2011-2012 Proleague Season 2.

In October 2012, kt Rolster added two League of Legends teams with members from teams NaJin Shield and the recently disbanded StarTale.

kt Rolster reached the quarterfinals of the 2015 League of Legends World Championship, 2018 League of Legends World Championship, and 2023 League of Legends World Championship.

Roster

KT Rolster League of Legends roster
Players Coaches
Role Handle Name Nationality
Top PerfecT Lee Seung-min South Korea
Jungle Pyosik Hong Chang-hyeon South Korea
Mid Bdd Gwak Bo-seong South Korea
Bot Deft Kim Hyuk-kyu South Korea
Support BeryL Cho Geon-hee South Korea
Head coach
  • Kang "Hirai" Dong-hoon
Assistant coach(es)
  • Choi "supreme" Seung-min
  • Kim "Museong" Moo-seong
  • Lim "Comet" Hye-sung

Legend:
  • (I) Inactive
  • (S) Suspended
  • Substitute
  • Injury / Illness

Roster updated 18 December 2023.

KT Rolster is a professional esports team based in South Korea. Founded in 1999, the team has become one of the most successful and well-known organizations in the country. They have teams competing in a variety of popular esports titles, including League of Legends, StarCraft II, and PUBG.

KT Rolster is known for their strong presence in the League of Legends scene, with their team consistently performing well in the LCK (League of Legends Champions Korea) and on the international stage. They have a dedicated fan base and are considered one of the top teams in the world.

In addition to their success in League of Legends, KT Rolster also has a strong presence in other esports titles, with their players consistently competing at a high level and achieving success in various tournaments.

Overall, KT Rolster is a powerhouse in the world of esports, with a long history of success and a reputation for fielding top-tier talent. They continue to be a dominant force in the competitive gaming scene and are a team to watch out for in any tournament they compete in.