Q: What’s it like finally returning to P1? Is the team environment different now, or fairly similar to before?
As for Team Envy, I stayed there for 2-3 months and left, whereas I stayed at P1 for more than a year. There are fewer people living in Team Envy house but the house itself is bigger. As a result, P1’s gaming house feels a lot more active and comfortable, like a family.
Q: Is there anyone in particular you are close with?
I’d say Zig because we can openly talk about anything whether about the game or about life in general.
Q: I’ve seen pictures of your Homer Simpson slippers. They are impressive. Would you ever wear them on stage?
If fans like it, I appreciate it, but I also think it will be embarrassing (laughs), so I don’t think I would wear them on stage.
Q: Is it your lucky charm?
Not really - I just find it comfortable to wear (laughs).
Q: How are you and Ryu working together? I hear you guys are collaborating a lot behind the scenes.
When I’m researching around picks and bans or practicing in scrims, Ryu helps me figure out which champion picks are good in certain situations, etc.
Q: Do you bring to the table a different playstyle or champion pool than Ryu?
I don’t think I’m different from Ryu in terms of the champ pool, but I think Ryu tends to focus more on the shotcalling.
So you tend to focus more on micro-level plays than shotcalling?
I focus more on my own individual play - farming, not getting caught, and performing well in teamfights.
Q: What’s the goal of P1 right now?
Our goal is to at least secure 7th place so we can make it to the gauntlet. Personally, I want to win all of the remaining 3 or 4 more matches to avoid relegations and perform well at the gauntlet.
Message to the fans:
To all P1 fans, we’ve been losing recently a little but we still have 4 games left in the season. We are hardworking and we are trying our best here so we will win our next game so don’t worry about us too much.
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