|Name||Kim Han-gi (김한기)|
|Country of Birth||South Korea|
|Team||Hanwha Life Esports|
|Team||Start Date||End Date||Role|
Kim "Key" Han-gi is a Korean League of Legends player, currently playing as support for Hanwha Life Esports. He was formerly known as TML.
KeY was a former member of Xenics Storm and Energy Pacemaker.Carries before he started competing with Ever in Challengers Korea. The team's first try in getting into the LCK was a failure, as they lost against SBENU Sonicboom in the Promotion Tournament. But since they finished 2nd in Challengers, the team qualified for LoL KeSPA Cup 2015 finishing 1st after beating Samsung Galaxy in Ro12, Rebels Anarchy in quarterfinals, SK Telecom T1 in semifinals and CJ Entus in the Finals. With this win, the team got invited in IEM 10 Cologne. KeY and Ever finished the tournament at 1st, beating EU LCS team H2k-Gaming in the Semifinals and LPL team Qiao Gu Reapers in the Finals.
KeY's international events did not stop at Cologne. As they have won the said event, the team qualified for IEM 10 World Championship in Katowice, Poland. However, they failed to make it out of the group stage as they lost against Royal Never Give Up and Team SoloMid.
Back in Challenger, the team dominated the competition by winning the Spring Playoffs against MVP. This gave them another chance to try and qualify to the LCK, which they fortunately succeeded after beating SBENU Sonicboom.
KeY then debuted in LCK Summer. However, they finished the split at 9th place and had to go through the Promotion Tournament yet again to secure a spot for 2017 Spring. They faced SBENU Sonicboom and defeated them, but lost against Kongdoo Monster. Fortunately, the team was able to overpower CJ Entus, beating them in a 3-0 victory and securing Ever's spot for the upcoming split.
For 2017 Spring, however, KeY chose to part ways with Ever to seek new opportunities. He was then picked up by ROX Tigers where he will be playing alongside league veteran Shy and former Afreeca Freecs players Mickey, Sangyoon, Seonghwan and Lindarang.
|2016-04-28||LCK 2016 Summer Promotion||Ever 3 : 0 SBENU Sonicboom|
|2016-04-16||Challengers Korea 2016 Spring Season||Ever 3 : 2 MVP|
|2015-12-20||IEM Season X - Cologne||Ever 3 : 2 Qiao Gu Reapers|
|2015-11-14||2015 LoL KeSPA Cup||ESC Ever 3 : 0 CJ Entus|
- November 14th - “We didn’t think we’d be able to win” - Interview with ESC Ever with Inven (translated by @xoprestige) (Original Interview)
- November 14th - “The cheers we received from fans were a source of strength” - Interview with ESC Ever with Inven (translated by @xoprestige) (Original Interview)
- May 26th, LCK Summer ESC Ever ‘Key’ Kim Han-gi, “Our bottom lane is probably the 5th strongest in the LCK” English translation by krbnu.
- March 25th - ROX Key: "I thought we could come back as long as we didn’t make mistakes" with Inven Global
Articles & Videos
- November 25th - ESC Ever part ways with Key by Dennis Gonzales (thescoreesports.com)
- June 29th - ROX Key on Kalista-Rakan: "Kalista's ultimate followed by Rakan's airborne means to flash or die" by Woo Yong Hyun (invenglobal.com)