Effort

Effort Domestic Career

2017

Effort began his League of Legends career as a substitute support player on SKT T1. He joined the team in the beginning of January, but it wasn’t until the end of November that he received his first opportunity to play on stage. Together with his teammates, Effort attended the 2017 KeSPA Cup. SKT kicked off their run with a 2-1 victory against Griffin, but the following series against Longzhu Gaming ended in defeat. As for Effort, he played a total of 3 games at the event.

2018

Effort made more appearances in the 2018 LCK Spring Split. Unlike the main support—Wolf—Effort put a stronger emphasis on the laning phase, so SKT often fielded him when they wanted to take over the early game. With Effort’s help, SKT secured a 9-9 record and finished the regular season in fourth place. In the playoffs, they scored a 2-1 victory over KSV only to fall 3-1 in the next match against KT Rolster.

In spite of such a disappointing result, Effort saw more play time in the 2018 LCK Summer Split.

Effort International Tournaments

Over the course of his career, Effort didn’t play in any international tournaments.