The League of Legends World Championship is the biggest event in the League of Legends calendar, and this year’s tournament was no exception. Held in Europe, the 2019 World Championship featured teams from around the world competing for the Summoner’s Cup.
One team that had high hopes going into the tournament was Royal Never Give Up from China’s Pro League. The team had a number of star players, including jungler Hung “Karsa” Hau-Hsuan, who had previously played for Taiwan’s Flash Wolves and joined RNG in early 2019.
Before the start of the tournament, Karsa sat down for an interview to talk about his thoughts on the Worlds, his experience playing for RNG, and his thoughts on the current state of the game.
Karsa said that he was excited to be playing at the Worlds with RNG, and that he thought the team had a good chance of winning the tournament. He praised his teammates, saying that they were all very skilled and that they had good communication.
When asked about his thoughts on the current state of the game, Karsa said that he thought it was in a good place. He said that he liked the new champions that had been added to the game, and that he thought the changes to the jungle had made it a more interesting role to play.
Karsa also talked about his experiences playing for different teams, including Taiwan’s Flash Wolves, which he had played for since 2014. He said that he had learned a lot during his time with Flash Wolves, and that he had grown as a player and a person.
He said that he had decided to join RNG because he wanted to challenge himself and see if he could compete at the highest level of play. He said that he had noticed some differences in the style of play between the LMS and the LPL, but that he had adapted quickly and was enjoying himself.
When asked about his thoughts on his opponents at the World Championship, Karsa said that he respected all of them, but that he was looking forward to playing against some specific players. He said that he thought Broxah from Fnatic was a good player, and that he was excited to play against him.
He also said that he was looking forward to playing against players from other regions, such as Clid from SK Telecom T1 and Xmithie from Team Liquid. He said that he enjoyed playing against players with different playstyles, and that it helped him improve as a player.
Overall, Karsa was confident going into the World Championship, and he expressed his gratitude for the support that he had received from RNG’s fans. He said that he was excited to represent RNG on the world stage, and that he would do his best to help the team win the Summoner’s Cup.
Karsa’s confidence proved to be well-founded, as RNG made it to the quarterfinals of the World Championship before being eliminated by eventual champions FunPlus Phoenix. Despite the loss, Karsa and his teammates played well, and they showed that they were one of the best teams in the world.
The interview with Karsa gave fans an insight into the mindset of one of the world’s best League of Legends players. He showed that he was dedicated to improving as a player, and that he was not afraid to challenge himself by playing in different regions.
For fans of Royal Never Give Up and Karsa, the interview was an exciting glimpse into the future of the team and the player. With Karsa’s skill and determination, they will no doubt continue to be a force to be reckoned with in the League of Legends world.