Guangdong Freecs got their summer off to a great start, sweeping DRX in their first match of the season. It was a game that showcased the continued carry prowess of ‘Dudu’ and the improved operational skills of the entire team.
“We still have a lot to prove, but considering it was our first game, (our performance) was good,” said Guangdong Freaks jungler Go “Young-jae” Young-jae after the win, “We focused on early game movement and jungle turn management. The operational part was also influenced by the coach’s feedback.”
As for the team he’d like to beat, he cites his family’s team, ZENZY. He hopes that his brothers, who used to eat together, will be sad. “We finished seventh in the spring, but this time we’ll try to make the playoffs,” he concluded.
The following is the full interview with ‘Youngjae’ Go Youngjae.
Q. How did it feel to win your first match of the summer?
I was very nervous because it was my first match, but I think it worked out because I relaxed.
Q. Do you get nervous before a match?
I only get a little nervous at the beginning of the tournament, and then less so as I go on.
Q. You used Bollybear Jungle in the first set today. The day before, KT “Curz” Moon Woo-chan said that he was inspired by Bollybear in the scrimmage.
I’m not exactly sure, but I think I’m probably right. I used Bollybear a lot in my scrim. I don’t know if it’s a good champion per se, but I think it fits me and my team well. I think it’s a little bit of a special champion. He can count 1v1s, he can be a frontline player, and he’s good at object control.
Q. You played well in the first and second sets. Are you happy with your performance?
I still have a lot to show, but considering it was my first match, it was okay.
Q. What do you think you can improve on?
I think I can improve on things like how I coordinate my movements with my teammates before the object after the line game 스포츠토토.
Q. What have you been working on in preparation for Summer?
Personally, I’ve been focusing on my early movement and jungle turn management.
Q. We’ve only played one match, but I feel like our operational skills have improved.
It’s true that our individual skills have improved, but the coach’s feedback also had a big impact.
Q. Is there a team you personally want to beat this summer?
Zenji. I want my brothers to be sad, especially Wang Ho (‘Peanut’).
Q. What are your goals and expectations for the Summer Split?
We finished the spring in seventh place, so this time we’ll try to get to sixth place and the playoffs. Thank you all for your support.