YSKM, who played against the Korean team, says, “I took a picture with ‘Zeus’ and talked to him. ‘Faker’ is…”

Invictus Gaming top laner Chau “YSKM” Chow Shu-tak, who competed for Hong Kong at the Hangzhou Asian Games, expressed his disappointment in the loss to South Korea.

Hong Kong was unable to overcome a bottom lane deficit against South Korea in their opening Group A match of the Group Stage at the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games at the Hangzhou Esports Center Auxiliary Arena in Hangzhou, China on Friday (July 25).

The most notable player on the Hong Kong squad is Chow “YSKM” Shu-tak. The LPL’s Invictus Gaming (IG) player has endeared himself to fans this year with his spectacular entrance rituals. After spearheading his team’s winning streak at the beginning of the LPL Summer, he didn’t fare as well in the second half of the champion pool, where he ran into problems.

Citing Kang “TheShay” Seung-rok (Weibo Gaming) as a role model, Chow Shu-tak took out Fiora on the day as a tribute to “TheShay”.

He also hoped to play against T1’s Zeus Woo-je on the international stage, which was fulfilled at the Asian Games. “It’s unfortunate that we lost against Korea, but we will help them win so that we can compete next time,” Chow Shu-tak said in an interview with Chinese media at the Asian Games Mixed Zone, “I hope the Chinese team can avenge us.”

“We took pictures and talked, but it was very difficult to understand why Koreans were taller than me,” he said, adding, “I couldn’t take pictures of ‘Faker’ Lee Sang-hyuk because there were many people around him. Every day at the restaurant, there were people lining up to take pictures with him.” 메이저사이트

“If I can go to the League of Legends World Championship (Rold Cup) later on, I’ll get revenge on the Koreans,” he vowed after the match, which effectively ended the 2023 season.