All rosters for the 2020 KeSPA Cup have been announced

By Christian Vejvad


Dec 19, 2020

Reading time: 4 min

The 2020 competitive League of Legends season will end with a bang when 10 teams from South Korea will fight at the 2020 KeSPA Cup. 

The KeSPA Cup is the tournament where smaller organizations can get a chance to play against the biggest names from the LCK, while LCK orgs can test out their new rosters and players for the upcoming season. This year, all 10 LCK organizations will be participating, but T1 and Gen.G will be fielding their Academy squads. 

After an intense offseason, every competitor will be entering the tournament with a lot of new blood on the roster and they are all eager to compete again. Most teams did not participate at the 2020 World Championship, so players will return after months away from the competitive scene. To give an easy overview of what’s in store, here are all 10 lineups for the 2020 KeSPA Cup. 

Afreeca Freecs

Afreeca Freecs 2020 KeSPA Cup lineup: 

  • Top – Kim “Kiin” Gi-in
  • Jungle – Lee “Dread” Jin-hyeok
  • Mid – Song “Fly” Yong-jun
  • Bot – Bae “Bang” Jun-sik
  • Support -Son “Lehends” Si-woo


DAMWON 2020 KeSPA Cup lineup: 

  • Top – Kim “Khan” Dong-ha / Kim “Chasy” Dong-hyeon
  • Jungle – Kim “Canyon” Geon-bu
  • Mid – Heo “ShowMaker” Su
  • Bot – Jang “Ghost” Yong-jun
  • Support -Cho “BeryL” Geon-hee


DRX 2020 KeSPA Cup lineup: 

  • Top – Yoon “Destroy” Jeong-min / Hwang “Kingen” Seong-hoon
  • Jungle – Hong “Pyosik” Chang-hyeon
  • Mid – Song “SOLKA” Su-hyeong
  • Bot – Jeong “BAO” Hyeon-woo
  • Support – Son “Becca” Min-woo

Fredit BRION

Fredit BRION 2020 KeSPA Cup lineup: 

  • Top – Yoon “Hoya” Yong-ho
  • Jungle – Lee “Chieftain” Jae-yub / Eom “UmTi” Seong-hyeon
  • Mid – Kim “Lava” Tae-hoon
  • Bot – Park “Hena” Jeung-hwan
  • Support – Yoo “Crescent” Hwan-joong

Hanwha Life

Hanwha Life 2020 KeSPA Cup lineup: 

  • Top – Lee “DuDu” Dong-ju / Park “Morgan” Gi-tae 
  • Jungle – Park “Arthur” Mi-reu / Cho “CaD” Seong-yon / Kim “yoHan” Yo-han
  • Mid – Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoon
  • Bot – Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu
  • Support – Oh “Vsta” Hyo-seong

KT Rolster

KT Rolster 2020 KeSPA Cup lineup: 

  • Top – Choi “Doran” Hyeon-joon / Cho “Castle” Hyeon-seong
  • Jungle – Lee “Bonnie” Gwang-su / Kim “GIDEON” Min-seong
  • Mid – Son “Ucal” Woo-hyeon / Lee “Vicla” Dae-gwang
  • Bot – Lee “HyBriD” Woo-jin / Oh “Noah” Hyeon-taek
  • Support – Park “Rebel” Geun-woo / Jang “Zzus” Joon-soo


Liiv SANDBOX 2020 KeSPA Cup lineup: 

  • Top – Park “Summit” Woo-tae
  • Jungle – Kim “Croco” Dong-beom
  • Mid – Yoo “FATE” Su-hyeok
  • Bot – Han “Leo” Gyeo-re / Moon “Route” Geom-su
  • Support – Lee “Effort” Sang-ho / Jeong “Kabbie” Sang-hyeon

NS RedForce

NS RedForce 2020 KeSPA Cup lineup: 

  • Top – Lee “Rich” Jae-won
  • Jungle – Han “Peanut” Wang-ho / Lee “Juhan” Ju-han
  • Mid – Park “Bay” Jun-byeong
  • Bot – Seo “deokdam” Dae-gil / Hwang “Wayne” Seo-hyeon
  • Support – Kim “Kellin” Hyeong-gyu

T1 Academy

T1 Academy 2020 KeSPA Cup lineup: 

  • Top – Kim “Roach” Kang-hee
  • Jungle – Lee “Mowgli” Jae-ha
  • Mid – Jeong “Mireu” Jo-bin
  • Bot – Kim “Berserker” Min-cheol
  • Support – Kim “Asper” Tae-gi / Ryu “Hoit” Ho-seong

Gen.G Academy

Gen.G Academy 2020 KeSPA Cup lineup: 

  • Top – Han “Lonely” Gyu-joon
  • Jungle – Ko “Yeongjae” Yeong-jae
  • Mid – Hong “Dice” Do-hyeon / Kim “Karis” Hong-jo / Baek “Ophelia” Jin-seong
  • Bot – Lee “Envy” Myeong-joon
  • Support – Kim “Khael” Jin-hong

The 2020 KeSPA Cup kicks off on December 21, with the final being played on January 2, 2021.  

Who won the KeSPA Cup 2019?

Afreeca Freecs won the KeSPA Cup 2019, after making an impressive run through the tournament. Afreeca only lost a single game over the course of five games, two of them were best-of-five series. Afreeca beat SANDBOX in the final 3-0. 

Who are the favorites at KeSPA Cup 2020?

It’s always hard to predict a favorite for the KeSPA Cup since every team is trying out new players and strategies. This year will be even harder because of the big preseason item update, where even professional players are still learning how to play. With that said, an obvious favorite will be the newly crowned world champions from DAMWON Gaming, who only made a single change this offseason. Another strong team looks to be Afreeca Freecs, who will try to defend the title with its new lineup.