Kang Beom-hyeon 
South Korea
Ten assists in Saturday win
March 21, 2019
GorillA ended Saturday's win over G2 with a 3/3/10 KDA as Alistar.
GorillA helped Misfits end Week 9 of the LEC with a win over G2 eSports. The support was involved in 13 of 21 kills, tying for the team-high in kill participation. His three kills tied for the team-low, but GorillA's 10 assists paced Misfits during the win.
Team-high kill participation
March 5, 2019
GorillA ended Friday's loss to Vitality with a 0/3/5 KDA as Rakan.
Try as he might, GorillA was unable to set up enough plays to help Misfits claim victory on Friday. The support was involved in five of six kills, leading Misfits in kill participation. His five assists paced Misfits, while his three deaths tied for the team-high in the loss.
Just misses double digit assists
February 26, 2019
GorillA ended Saturday's win over Origen with a 0/4/9 KDA as Alistar.
GorillA helped Misfits close out the week with a win as the team took out Origen on Saturday. The support was involved in nine of 12 kills, ending with the third highest kill participation on the team. His four deaths were the team-high, while his nine assists were the second highest total in the win.
Searching for consistency
February 21, 2019
GorillA finished Saturday's loss to Rogue with a 0/2/2 KDA as Shen.
GorillA struggled to get going as Misfits' fell to Rogue during Saturday's action. The support was involved in two of four kills, tying for the second highest assist total in the game. GorillA and his side need to become more consistent in the second half of the split to end up as one of the LEC's top teams.
Victorious during Europe debut
January 19, 2019
GorillA ended Friday's win over Rogue with a 0/1/10 KDA as Rakan.
Making his team and European debut, GorillA had a fine showing on Rakan to help his side get off to a winning start in the LEC. GorillA was involved in 10 of 12 kills, tying Hans sama for the team-high in kill participation. Like any good support he had no kills, but his ten assists were the team-high during the win.
Joins Misfits
January 8, 2019
GorillA will act as the starting support for Misfits in 2019.
First Febiven, now GorillA. It's hard to suggest Misfits didn't "win" the offseason with these two moves alone, as the European organization capitalized on a disappointing season from Kingzone DragonX, acquiring the star support player and simultaneously asserting themselves as a major threat in the respective region. While GorillA won't exactly pile on the numbers, he's about as rock solid of a support as you could hope for in terms of fantasy, but his value likely lies more in his tremendous champion pool than anything else. So long as communication issues don't affect the lineup, GorillA should open the door for Febiven and similar free agent acquisition sOAZ to dominate their respective matchups throughout the Spring Split.
Free Agent
King-Zone contract expires
November 19, 2018
GorillA has entered free agency after his contract with King-Zone Dragon X has ended.
GorillA becomes a free agent along with long time bottom lane partner, PraY. The duo will likely look to stay together after successful spells with both King-Zone and ROX Tigers in the past. GorillA and PraY would likely be a costly duo to add to any team, but they have shown to be one of the best bottom lane duos in the world.
Helps take down SKT as Tahm Kench
August 9, 2018
GorillA finished KZ's sweep of SKT with a 2/5/15 KDA in two games as Tahm Kench.
GorillA ended Game 1 with a 1/3/9 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 15 kills, ending the game with the second-highest assist total. In Game 2, GorillA earned a 1/2/6 KDA. He was involved in only seven of 22 kills, but tied for the second-highest assist total on the team. GorillA was involved in only 17 of 37 kills in the series, ending with the second-highest assist total on the team.
Piles up team-high assist total
July 12, 2018
GorillA finished Thursday's sweep of MVP with a 1/1/13 total KDA.
GorillA ended Game 1 with a 0/1/6 KDA as Shen. He was involved in six of 15 kills, tying for the second-highest assist total in the opening game. In Game 2, GorillA used Tahm Kench and earned a 1/0/7 KDA. He was unkillable, ending the game involved in eight of 12 kills, tying for the second-highest assist total. GorillA was involved in 14 of 27 kills in the series, leading Kingzone with 13 assists.
Strong supportive play nets win
July 9, 2018
GorillA earned a 3/1/13 KDA on Shen during his team's victory over M17.
GorillA put up a huge performance in his team's victory over M17. On Shen, he was able to land clutch taunts from the very start of the game. This quickly allowed his team to start snowballing the game in their favor. As the rest of his team found leads across the map, he assisted by finding opportunities to join fights with his ultimate. Simultaneously, he controlled vision across the entire map, setting his team up for success everywhere they went. Continuing to lock down enemy champions time and again, he facilitated the rest of his team's domination. Participating in the vast majority of his team's kills, GorillA's performance was critical to the team's success, allowing KZ to take a convincing 28-minute victory in the game.
Leads Kingzone in kills
July 6, 2018
GorillA finished KZ's loss to FW with a 4/3/3 KDA as Pyke.
GorillA ended the game involved in seven of KZ's 11 kills. His three assists were the lowest total on the team, as he didn't have your typical support game. GorillA led Kingzone with four kills, showing off some aggression on the Pyke.
Shows off in Five-Year Anniversary
June 28, 2018
GorillA was on fired with a 2/3/21 KDA in Kingzone DragonX's 2-0 win over SK Telecom T1 on Thursday.
GorillA used his milestone series as a chance to show why he's one of the most storied players in the LCK. As part of the funnel strategy in Game 1, his Blitzcrank was a terror in teamfights as he landed hook after hook to set up his teammates in the 23-minute stomp. His Shen, back in the normal spot in the bottom lane, was a bit less flashy, but no less impactful. He used his ultimate at the perfect time with regularity to keep his teammates alive as they outlasted SKT to close out the series.
Supports his ADC well in win
June 24, 2018
GorillA went 3/2/15 during Kingzone DragonX's 2-0 win over bbq Olivers on Sunday.
GorillA and PraY put on the show that fans have come to know and love from this bottom lane over the years. There was nothing at all that they couldn't do, as they dominated the matchup in their lane during both games of this series. He played Rakan and Tahm Kench in Games 1 and 2, respectively, and they had no equal. With these two continuing to show that they're the best duo in the LCK, Kingzone could very well be on their way to another LCK title.
Nothing doing
May 15, 2018
0/5/2 was GorillA's KDA as Kingzone fell Monday to RNG.
GorillA didn't have a very good time on Rakan on Monday. He did pick up a quick assist on first blood, but this was one of two he'd find all game. As a squishy melee support, RNG's CC-heavy composition made GorillA's life very dangerous, and he couldn't pull off the engages he needed to. He ended with a game-high five deaths.
Can't protect his carry
May 13, 2018
Gorilla went 0/4/2 in Kingzone's Sunday loss to Flash Wolves.
Despite being on Lulu, GorillA was consistently unable to sufficiently protect PraY's Kai'Sa. Flash Wolve's dive composition was simply too aggressive for GorillA to handle, leading to the KZ bot lane members dying four times each. GorillA managed to pick up a pair of assists during some base defenses, but it was ultimately all for naught.
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