Samsung Galaxy (esports)

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Samsung Galaxy
Samsung Galaxy Pro-Game Team.png
LocationSouth Korea
ManagerChoi Yoon-Sang (LoL)
PartnersSamsung Electronics
Samsung Galaxy Pro-Game team players

Samsung Galaxy, (Hangul: 삼성 갤럭시) formerly known as Samsung KHAN, was an eSports works team of the South Korean corporation Samsung Electronics that fields teams in League of Legends (LoL).

On September 7, 2013, the Samsung team acquired the MVP work team's LoL team, and the entire team was subsequently renamed "Samsung Galaxy."[1] Samsung Galaxy White won the 2014 League of Legends World Championship. Samsung Galaxy also finished as the runners-up in the 2016 League of Legends World Championship and won the 2017 League of Legends World Championship.



League of Legends[edit]


StarCraft 2[edit]


  • Kim Ki-Hyun (June 6, 1993), known under the pseudonym Reality


  • Song Byung-Gu (August 3, 1988), known under the pseudonym Stork[gm], commonly abbreviated as Stork
  • Baek Dong-Jun (April 25, 1994), known under the pseudonym Dear[ScM], commonly abbreviated as Dear


  • Lee Young Han (August 24, 1991), known under the pseudonym Shine
  • Kang Min-Soo (May 9, 1996), known under the pseudonym Solar

Former Members[edit]

Heo Yeong-Moo in 2012


  • Park Dae-Ho (December 20, 1992) known under the pseudonym TurN


  • Heo Yeong-Moo (May 3, 1989), known under the pseudonym Dream.t)JangBi, commonly abbreviated as JangBi. Heo Yeong-Moo won two back to back OSL Championships (OnGameNet Starleague) from 2011 to 2012. Both final matches were against Jung Myung-hoon from team SK Telecom T1
  • Yoo Byung-Joon (June 26, 1993), known under the pseudonym KT.MGW)Grape, commonly abbreviated as Grape. Byung-Joon now plays League of Legends under team Najin e-mFire as their midlaner Ggoong


  • Shin No-Yeol (January 19, 1991), known under the pseudonym NsP_RorO, commonly abbreviated as RorO

League of Legends[edit]

Former Members[edit]

Samsung GALAXY[edit]

Korea Lee "CuVee" Seong-jin (이성진)
Korea Kang "Ambition" Chan-yong (강찬용)
Korea Kang "Haru" MinSeung (강민승)
Korea Lee "Crown" Min-ho (이민호)
Korea Park "Ruler" Jae-hyuk (박재혁)
Korea Lee "Stitch" Seung-ju (이승주)
Korea Jo "CoreJJ" Yong-in (조용인)
Korea Kwon "Wraith" Ji-min (권지민)

After their World Championship winning run at the 2017 League of Legends World Championship, Samsung set their professional League Of Legends-team for sale, eventually selling it to American entrepreneur Kevin Chou. Chou later rebranded the roster to Gen.G .

Samsung White[edit]

Korea Jang "Looper" Hyeong-seok
Korea Choi "DanDy" In-kyu
Korea Heo "PawN" Won-seok
Korea Gu "imp" Seung-bin
Korea Cho "Mata" Se-hyeong

Samsung Blue[edit]

Korea Choi "Acorn" Cheon-ju
Korea Lee "Spirit" Da-yoon
Korea Bae "dade" Eo-jin
Korea Kim "Deft" Hyuk-kyu
Korea Lee "Heart" Gwan-hyung


  1. ^ "삼성전자, 갤럭시 프로게임단으로 새출발". This Is Game. 7 September 2013.
  2. ^ Lam, Kien. "SK Telecom T1 wins World Championship again". LoL eSports. Riot Games. Retrieved 30 October 2016.

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
SK Telecom T1
League of Legends World Championship winner
Succeeded by
SK Telecom T1
Preceded by
SK Telecom T1
League of Legends Champions Korea winner
Spring 2014
Succeeded by
KT Rolster Arrows
Preceded by
SK Telecom T1
League of Legends World Championship winner
Succeeded by
Invictus Gaming