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2020-07-02

T1 (previosuly known as SK Telecom T1 or SKT) is a Korean Esports Orgnization. Also the works team of the South Korean telecommunications company SK Telecom.

History[edit]

SKT T1 era (2002-2018)[edit]

Originally began as a Brood War team founded in 2002 by BoxeR. The team has expanded into Special Force , Special Force 2 , Starcraft II , Hearthstone and being widely known for their 3 League of Legends World Championship titles.

In January 2018, SKT T1 announced their intention to start a PUBG team scheduled to be officially completed by August 2018 with cCarter, former SKT T1 LOL Head Coach becoming the new Head Coach for the PUBG team . The team then later open up Applications in April.

On August 12,2018 SKT T1 held the Trainee Audition during 5GX Game Festival to find two qualified trainees alongside the Starting Roster being officially announced.

T1 Rebranding era (2019-Present)[edit]

On February 25,2019 SKT T1renames to T1 as SK Telecom enters a partnership with Comcast Spectacor, who owns the Philadelphia Fusion in Overwatch.

Timeline[edit]

Player Roster[edit]

Active[edit]

Active Squad
ID Name Role Join Date
South Korea Missile Kim Joon Soo Starter 2020-07-02[1]
South Korea YEONJUN Beak Yeon Jun Starter 2020-07-02[1]
South Korea Sayden Jeon Min Jae Starter 2020-07-02[1]
South Korea ZZP Han Jung Wook Starter 2020-07-02[1]

Organization[edit]

Active[edit]

Organization
ID Name Position Join Date
United States Joe Joe Marsh CEO 2019-10-08
Canada John John Kim COO 2019-10-08
South Korea Faker Lee Sang-hyeok (이상혁) Co-Owner 2019-12-08
South Korea Boxer Lim Yo-hwan (임요환) Founder, Streamer & Content Creator 2019-12-08
South Korea Song Jong-ho (송종호) Director 2019-12-08

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Prize
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

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