T1's Twitter account has revealed some changes to the LoL roster. Bei Bengi 'Seon-wun will return to the main T1 squad to coach the players representing T1 on the world stage. Bei Seong-wun was previously the head coach of T1 Challengers. He joined the youth team on November 13, 2020 and completed his work there on November 16, 2021.
Bengi started his career as a professional League of Legends player in 2013 under the T1 tag. With the exception of the period from December 14, 2016 to May 19, 2017, when the Korean played under the Vici Gaming tag, the rest of his career was associated with T1, which is very similar to that of Faker. It was Bengi who helped establish T1 as one of the strongest and most successful LoL teams, and also solidified T1's success as a Korean esports club.
Bengi has earned many prizes with T1 and has received the most solid awards on several occasions. In 2013, he lifted the League of Legends World Cup over his head for the first time after winning the Season 3 World Championship. Then the main reward was $ 1,000,000. In 2015, the T1s repeated their success and became the 2015 World Championship champions. The following year, the team became the first LoL roster in history to defend the champion's title - the team won the 2016 World Championship. If in the case of the 2015 World Championship the cash reward was $ 1,000,000, then the amount of the reward in the next year was doubled and amounted to $ 2,028,000. In addition, Bengi has won multiple LoL Championship Korea seasonal splits and has earned money and titles there as well. After Bengi left T1 to join Vici Gaming, he returned to the Korean organization as a coach. In 2017 and 2018, he helped players from the coaching chair, and then took up similar activities in the youth squad. Now the club's management announces the arrival of the Korean LoL star in the main roster, where it will help T1 representatives to conquer new heights.