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T1 League Of Legends Player Teddy Says Players Are Stressed About The Current Roster Of The Organization

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Park Jin-seong, known as “Teddy,” is a 22-year-old South Korean League Of Legends player who has been playing under T1 jersey for over two years. In his career, he earned over $140.000 from the tournaments.

Teddy spoke in a recent interview with Inven Global and talked about their recent performances, T1’s large roster, and how players are feeling about playing in the large roster.

In the conversation, Teddy revealed the problems of changing the starting five frequently by saying that it is harder to fix their mistakes. Also, he thought that players are stressed out about the roster changes even though they don’t talk about it.

Interviewer asked:

“In recent days, due to the frequent changes to the starting line-up, T1 is receiving a lot of attention. What are your thoughts on the matter?”

Teddy replied:

“I was also part of a large roster in 2019, and at the time, even when we went on a five-match losing streak, there was barely any substitution.

However, due to the frequent swaps to the starting line-up, it’s definitely gotten harder to build synergy. If it’s the same five players, we can still improve from our losses, but currently, it’s gotten much more difficult.”

Interviewer asked:

“How do some of the other players think about the current system?”

Teddy said:

“I’d be lying if I said that there isn’t any stress. We don’t talk about it, but I’m predicting they’re stressed out about it.”

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