RunAway Plans To Bid For A 2021 Korean League Champions Korea CK Franchise Spot
The alignment of RunAway – with names like Shin “Seraph” Woo-yeong and Kim “Crush” Jun-seo – was not able to achieve most of their goals. Although they won their two games during the installment, they ultimately fell against another Korean Challenger team, Nine Tale.
After failing to qualify, the initial training for the team was disbanded a month later. Last April, however, RunAway entered into a sponsorship agreement with the CK Asura team. Full control of the team will be given to the management of RunAway for the CK 2020 Summer Split.RunAway Plans To Bid For A 2021 Korean League Champions Korea CK Franchise Spot
Asura was not too successful during her short stint in the Korean Challenger circuit. They did not finish above fifth place and even finished Spring CK 2020 in eighth position with an abysmal record of 3-11. RunAway management will do their best to prevent the team from withdrawing from the tournament.
Last month, the LCK announced plans to franchise the league for 2021. Teams like RunAway will need to submit a request before Friday, June 19. A formal candidate review process will then take place over the next two months before Riot announces its final selection of partner teams in September.