Former T1 General Manager and Head Coach Choi "polt" Seong-hun has joined Hanwha Life Esports today as Lead Analyst for League of Legends.
Former T1 General Manager and Head Coach Choi “polt” Seong-hun has joined Hanwha Life Esports today as Lead Analyst for League of Legends. The 34-year-old served as T1’s head coach for two years and served as general manager at various times during that period. Now he is trying to prove himself at another level.Hanwha Life’s move to the coaching staff is the latest in a long line of changes.If you need more information about Former T1 head coach Polt joins Hanwha Life in surprise new role then read carefully and don’t forget to share with your friends.
The roster will have a completely different face this season after a disastrous 2022 season where it finished 10th in both LCK splits. However, this year is likely to be different. They are now subject to high expectations after signing two world champions, Hwang “Kingon” Sung-hoon and Kim “zeeka” Jeon, in addition to three veterans during the off-season.
He also thanked Polt for all he had done. “And while the decision to change is in no way a reflection of anything he did or didn’t do for organisation, team and did properly , it is more of a gut decision after extensive conversations within the organization and with me. It was not an easy decision by me for join new organization and team but the right one for the team and time always.” Was.’ Joe noted that the outcome of the LCK Summer Playoff Finals for all participate teams had no bearing on the decision as he was prepared to make changes no matter the outcome in the finals.
Polt will serve as head coach alongside Choi “Dandy” In-kyu, who is returning to the LCK after spending years in the LPL to help this new team reach its full potential in 2023. The 2023 LCK Spring Split will begin on 18 January. Hanwha Life will play its first match against Guangdong Freaks on Day 2 on January 19 at 2PM. Here is the complete schedule of the league.
Joe Marsh reiterated that all decisions were made with the goal of helping T1 lift the world trophy again in the coming months. Notably, Polt had joined T1 in 2020 as a general manager before taking over as head coach. During his tenure, he helped the team scale new heights. The team performed exceptionally well and went 18-0 in the LCK 2022 Spring Split, winning the title and then making it to the Mid-Season Invitational (MSI).