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Team Information
Org Location
South Korea
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Current Roster
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Griffin is a Korean League of Legends esports team. They are owned by LOUD COMMUNICATIONS.

There is a disambiguation page associated with the name Griffin. One player shares this name.


Griffin was founded in November 2016 as NOT BAD, and started playing as Griffin in January 2017.

2017 Season[]

They formed a young roster with Sword, Yonghun, Rather, Force, and Shield. During the Spring Split they had a decent 3-2 start but could not keep it up losing the rest of the splits series despite signing two new junglers. This meant a 9th place finish and dropping into the promotion tournament where they surprisingly clearly fought off REVERSE Gaming in a 3-0 sweep with new support Jin.

For the Summer Split they kept the roster from the promotion tournament but started the split like spring ended. After week 5 they signed former pro player cvMax as new coach and with him went on a tear winning 5 of their last 6 series as well as the tiebreaker to finish the split in 3rd place. In playoffs however they were surprisingly beaten by APK Prince 1-3.

A few months later they got the chance to take revenge against them at the 2017 LoL KeSPA Cup with their new botlane signings Viper and Lehends. They swept past them as well as LCK team Afreeca and even managed to gain international attention when they nearly managed to beat SK Telecom T1 who lost the world championship finals a few weeks before.

2018 Season[]

They continued their good showings during the Spring Split dominating the league with a start of 8 clean sweeps. After those they started to give talented rookie Chovy who just became old enough to be allowed to play some game time and despite losing two games continued to win the rest of the series which meant they placed 1st and got a direct place at the promotion tournament to LCK. In the promotion tournament they swept past Kongdoo and also won the first qualifying round against MVP convincingly to qualify for the LCK.

Due to their dominating qualification and keeping their roster there were hopes that finally a competitive team came up from CK again. Griffin fulfilled these hopes with a very dominant 8-1 start and a Summer Split finish in 2nd place. Going as second seed into playoffs they closely fought off Afreeca in semifinals after being down 1-2 and went up twice in finals against KT Rolster but could not close it out. The lack of championship points from spring split meant they went as 2nd seed but still as favorites into the Regional Finals. In round 2 they faced the after a bad season reinvigorated world championship roster on Gen.G and lost the series 2-3.

In the 2018 LoL KeSPA Cup they got seeded in quarterfinals of playoffs where Afreeca were their first opponents. They swept their new roster 2-0 before sweeping past newly to LCK promoted team DAMWON Gaming and the new roster of Gen.G to win their first title.

2019 Season[]

In November, "e-sportainment" company STILL8, previously owners of Kongdoo Monster, purchased Griffin.[1][2]

They carried this forward and stomped their competition in the first 6 weeks of Spring Split. After SK Telecom T1 showed to the rest of the league in week 7 that Griffin are absolutely beatable despite losing their rematch 1-2 in extremely close fashion Griffin lost a couple of series towards the end of the split. According to their coach they were trying new things out and managed to hold on to first place and therefore first seed going into playoffs. In the highly anticipated finals match against SKT Griffin did not manage to perform as well as expected and were clean swept.

Griffin handled this disappointment well and had a good start into Summer Split. They went into Rift Rivals in first place with a 7-1 record. There they also showed good performances similarly to the rest of the league and despite losing their game in the final against FunPlus Phoenix LCK managed to beat LPL for the first time. Shortly after Rift Rivals the coaches decided to try out Doran in the top lane and after a rough first few matches he showed good synergy towards the end of regular season where Griffin secured first place on the last matchday again with a 13-5 record to wait in playoff finals for their opponent whilst already being qualified for their first World Championship due to KingZone missing playoffs. In playoff finals they once again had to face SKT who looked pretty strong on their way to the final and proved to be too big of an obstacle for Griffin to overcome as they lost clearly 1-3. With this disappointment Griffin went into Worlds as 2nd seed but without their coach cvMax as he left the team after disagreements with the owners shortly before the start of the tournament.

Griffin were drawn into Group A with LEC 1st seed and MSI champion G2 Esports, LCS 2nd seed Cloud 9 and LMS 3rd seed Hong Kong Attitude. Going back to Sword in top lane after the removal of their coach they went 2-1 in week 1 and after a 2-0 start to Day 6 they were able to also defeat G2 Esports twice in back-to-back games for 1st place in their group. They were drawn against LPL 3rd seed Invictus Gaming in the Quarterfinals but were defeated with a clear 3-1.

During Worlds cvMax as well as players and owner released their perspectives on the situation in the organization which lead to an investigation by Riot Games Korea. In the aftermath of this Doran, Chovy and Lehends chose to leave the team as well while Sword, Tarzan and Viper chose to stay. At the beginning of december head coach H Dragon, top laner Untara and former KZ mid laner Naehyun joined. Additionally Kabbie was promoted to starting roster.

2020 Season[]

At 2019 LoL KeSPA Cup their first opponent was Sandbox with their updated roster and after a close game 1 they stood no chance in game 2.

Before the start of Spring Split they also signed former Afreeca mid laner Ucal and Naehyun moved to substitute. They recovered from a horrible first week with 2 close victories in week 2 but lost their remaining 5 series in the first half despite taking games of all their direct opposition. Following the break due to the 2019–20 Coronavirus Pandemic and the move to online play they tried out Untara and trainee Hoya in top lane but kept losing their matches until the end of week 7 often closely. Already on the edge they needed to win all remaining matches to have a chance at avoiding dropping into promotion tournament but after a win against Damwon a loss to Afreeca sealed their fate.

For the promotion tournament they signed Wadid as support but were reverse swept by Seorabeol Gaming in Round 1 nonetheless. In Elimination Round they got completely destroyed by Sandbox sending them back into Challenger scene just as franchising was announced for the next season of LCK.


Struggles in BO5 Series[]

  • After reaching the LCK, Griffin was one of the best regular-season teams in the LCK, but infamously always faltered in best of five series.
    • As of 2020, Griffin has a 1-6 series record and a 9-20 game record in best of five series, excluding the KESPA Cup.



  • Finished first in both splits of 2019, seeding them directly into the finals, but lost both times to SKT by 3-0 and 3-1 scores respectively.
  • Still qualified for Worlds 2019 based on regular-season performance and placed first in their group, but lost to Invictus Gaming 3-1 in the knockout stage.


  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2021
  • January 10, Logo std.pngNOT BAD renames to Griffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin.[4]
    Shield, Kang Dae-hee (Head Coach), and Cho Gyu-nam (CEO) join.

    Greed and
    Build move to substitutes. Fencer renames to Sword.
  • February 10,
    Bin joins.
  • March 11,
    Tarzan joins.

    Bin and
    Yonghun move to substitutes.
  • May 4,
    Jin joins.

    Shield leaves.
  • June 2, Build (Sub/Support to Coach) changes position.
    Greed and
    Bin leave.
  • July 2, cvMax (Coach) joins.[5]
  • November 19,
    Viper and
    Lehends join.
    cvMax (Coach to Head Coach) and Kang Dae-hee (Head Coach to Coach) change positions.
    Jin moves to substitute. Build (Coach) leaves.[6]
  • January 25,
    Lehends, and
    Kabbie's contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021.[18]
  • February 18,
    Kanavi joins.
  • February 26, Dakgo (Manager) joins.
  • March 6,
    Kanavi's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2019.[20]
  • May 22,
    Kanavi is loaned to JD Gaming.[21][22]
  • May 23,
    Plex leaves.[23]
  • May 28,
    Doran moves to starting roster.[24]
  • July 10, Chaos (Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2019.[25]
  • July 30,
    Doran's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021.[26]
  • September (approx.),
    Hoya joins as trainee.
  • September 25, cvMax (Head Coach) leaves.[27]
  • October 4, Chico (Trainee Coach) joins.
    GIDEON and
    jjun join as trainees.
  • October 7, Chaos (Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021.[29]
  • October 23,
    Kanavi returns from loan to JD Gaming.[30]
  • October 30, Dakgo (Manager) leaves.[31]
  • November 6,
    Rather returns from loan to Flash Wolves.[32]
  • November 11, Cho Gyu-nam (CEO) leaves.[33]
  • November 14, Doran is suspended for 1 game due to toxic behavior in ranked matches.[34]
  • November 19, Cho Gyu-nam and cvMax are suspended indefinitely from all Riot competitions as a result of the Griffin - Kanavi Incident. Team is fined 100,000,000 won.[35]
  • November 25, STILL8 announce that they will revise existing contracts to "remove unfair clauses" or allow players to become free agents.
    Chovy, and
    Lehends leave.[36][37][38]
  • November 27, Team's management must be replaced to a new management of Griffin until the end of 2019. They also must be liquidated all remaining share in Griffin and STILL8 until one day before the start of the Promotion after the LCK 2020 Spring Split. If they fail to perform it, Team's LCK and CK eligibility to participate will be automatically forfeited.[39]
    Kanavi leaves.[40]
  • December 5,
    Untara and H Dragon (Head Coach) join.

    Naehyun joins as substitute.
    Naehyun, and H-Dragon (Head Coach)'s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.[42]
  • December 16, GBM (Coach) joins.[43] GBM (Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.[44]
  • December 26, TINO (General Manager), Shark (Owner), Choi Seong-ho (Outside Director), and Kang Han-seung (Head of Chinese Branch) leave.[45] January (CEO,General Manager) joins.[46][47][48]
  • December 29,
    Kabbie moves to starting roster.[49]
  • January 5, Team disbands.
    Sword and Jaceyoung (Analyst) leave.[77]

Player Roster[]


Players are shown for the entire duration of their tenure on the team, with the role and substitute/trainee status they had upon their departure.

PlayerNameRoleJoinedLeftNext Team

SwordChoi Sung-won (최성원)
Top Laner
Jan 20172017-01-10Jan 20212021-01-05Fredit BRIONlogo std.pngBRO

WayneHwang Seo-hyeon (황서현)
Bot Laner
≈Jan 2020≈2020-01-??Dec 20202020-12-14Nongshim RedForcelogo std.pngNS

GIDEONKim Min-seong (김민성)
Oct 20192019-10-04Dec 20202020-12-02KT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT

BayPark Jun-byeong (박준병)
Oct 20192019-10-04Nov 20202020-11-27Team Dynamicslogo std.pngDYN

HoyaYoon Yong-ho (윤용호)
Top Laner
≈Sep 2019≈2019-09-??Nov 20202020-11-20HyFresh Bladelogo std.pngBRB

CitrusByeon Ji-woong (변지웅)
Jun 20202020-06-08Nov 20202020-11-17Afreeca Freecslogo std.pngAF.C

NaehyunYoo Nae-hyun (유내현)
Mid Laner
Dec 20192019-12-05Nov 20202020-11-17Crest Gaminglogo std.pngCGA

YusinKwak Yu-sin (곽유신)
Mar 20202020-03-10Nov 20202020-11-17Nongshim RedForcelogo std.pngNS.C

IroveJeong Sang-hyeon (정상현)
Dec 20182018-12-10May 20202020-05-25SANDBOX Gaminglogo std.pngSB

TarzanLee Seung-yong (이승용)
Mar 20172017-03-11May 20202020-05-21LNG Esportslogo std.pngLNG

WADIDKim Bae-in (김배인)
Apr 20202020-04-17May 20202020-05-21Riot Games Inc.logo std.pngRiot

UntaraPark Ui-jin (박의진)
Top Laner
Dec 20192019-12-05May 20202020-05-17T1logo std.pngT1.A

UcalSon Woo-hyeon (손우현)
Mid Laner
Jan 20202020-01-13May 20202020-05-17KT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT

ViperPark Do-hyeon (박도현)
Bot Laner
Nov 20172017-11-19May 20202020-05-17Hanwha Life Esportslogo std.pngHLE

RatherShin Hyeong-seop (신형섭)
Mid Laner
Nov 20192019-11-06Jan 20202020-01-20Griffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGRF

KanaviSeo Jin-hyeok (서진혁)
Oct 20192019-10-23Nov 20192019-11-27JD Gaminglogo std.pngJDG

DoranChoi Hyeon-joon (최현준)
Top Laner
≈Dec 2018≈2018-12-??Nov 20192019-11-25DRXlogo std.pngDRX

ChovyJeong Ji-hoon (정지훈)
Mid Laner
Mar 20182018-03-07Nov 20192019-11-25DRXlogo std.pngDRX

LehendsSon Si-woo (손시우)
Nov 20172017-11-19Nov 20192019-11-25Hanwha Life Esportslogo std.pngHLE

RatherShin Hyeong-seop (신형섭)
Mid Laner
Loaned Out
Dec 20182018-12-14Nov 20192019-11-06Griffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGRF

KanaviSeo Jin-hyeok (서진혁)
Loaned Out
May 20192019-05-22Oct 20192019-10-23Griffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGRF

PlexBae Ho-young (배호영)
≈Dec 2018≈2018-12-??May 20192019-05-23LNG Esportslogo std.pngLNG

KanaviSeo Jin-hyeok (서진혁)
Feb 20192019-02-18May 20192019-05-22Griffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGRF

RatherShin Hyeong-seop (신형섭)
Mid Laner
Nov 20162016-11-15Dec 20182018-12-14Griffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGRF

NewtKim Jin (김진)
May 20172017-05-04May 20182018-05-30Lgdlogo std.pngLGD

GanksterSong Yong-hoon (송용훈)
Nov 20162016-11-15Apr 20182018-04-15Lgdlogo std.pngLGD

ForceHan Sang-woo (한상우)
Bot Laner
Nov 20162016-11-15Jan 20182018-01-17Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

GreedChoi Geon-woo (최건우)
Nov 20162016-11-15Jun 20172017-06-02Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

BinLee Seung-bin (이승빈)
Feb 20172017-02-10Jun 20172017-06-02Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

BuildSon Beom-jin (손범진)
Nov 20162016-11-15Jun 20172017-06-02Griffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGRF

ShieldSong Ju-yeong (송주영)
Jan 20172017-01-10May 20172017-05-04Crest Gaminglogo std.pngCGA

Player League Participation[]

Playoff games are NOT included, but regular-season tiebreaker games ARE.


LehendsGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngHanwha Life Esportslogo std.pngHanwha Life Esportslogo std.pngAfreeca Freecslogo std.pngAfreeca Freecslogo std.pngGen.Glogo std.png331
ChovyGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngDRXlogo std.pngDRXlogo std.pngHanwha Life Esportslogo std.pngHanwha Life Esportslogo std.pngGen.Glogo std.png326
ViperGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngHanwha Life Esportslogo std.png209
TarzanGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png167
Sw0rdGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngFredit BRIONlogo std.png137
RatherGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png8
DoranGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngDRXlogo std.pngDRXlogo std.pngKT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT Rolsterlogo std.pngGen.Glogo std.png234
UcalKT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT Rolsterlogo std.pngAfreeca Freecslogo std.pngAfreeca Freecslogo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngKT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT Rolsterlogo std.png213
UntaraCJElogo std.pngCJElogo std.pngSK Telecom T1logo std.pngSK Telecom T1logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png129
HoyaGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngFredit BRIONlogo std.pngFredit BRIONlogo std.pngDWG KIAlogo std.png101
NaehyunKingzone DragonXlogo std.pngKingzone DragonXlogo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png50
KabbieGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngSANDBOX Gaminglogo std.png47


Spring 1Spring 2SummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummerSpringSummer
RatherI Gaming Starlogo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png112
ReGankI Gaming Starlogo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngAsura (Korean Team)logo std.pngAsura (Korean Team)logo std.pngAsura (Korean Team)logo std.png110
Sw0rdGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png101
ForceI Gaming Starlogo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png86
TarzanGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png76
ShieldPathoslogo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png44
BinSQUARElogo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png10
NewtGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png39
LehendsSBENU Korealogo std.pngBPZlogo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png75
ViperGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png30
ChovyGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png4
NaehyunES Sharkslogo std.pngGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png49
CitrusGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png35
HoyaGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png35
WayneGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png35
YusinGriffin (Korean Team)logo std.png35



C ID Name Position
Heo Ho-jin (허호진) CEO


C ID Name Position Next Team
Jaceyoung Yang Jun-yeong (양준영) Analyst None
Chaos Byun Young-sub (변영섭) 80Interim Head Coach Afreeca Freecslogo std.pngAfreeca Freecs
Chico Park Yong-sub (박용섭) 80Coach Nongshim RedForcelogo std.pngNongshim RedForce Challengers
Rather Shin Hyeong-seop (신형섭) 80Coach LNG Esportslogo std.pngLNG Esports
January Kim Ka-eul (김가을) 80CEO & General Manager None
H Dragon Han Sang-yong (한상용) 80Head Coach None
GBM Lee Chang-seok (이창석) 80Coach SuperMassive Esportslogo std.pngSuperMassive Esports
Shark Seo Kyung-jong (서경종) 80Owner None
TINO Kim Dong-woo (김동우) General Manager None
Kang Han-seung (강한승) Head of Chinese Branch None
Choi Seong-ho (최성호) Outside Director None
Cho Gyu-nam (조규남) CEO Suspendedlogo std.pngSuspended
Dakgo Lee Kyung-ha (이경하) Manager None
cvMax Kim Dae-ho (김대호) 80Head Coach DRXlogo std.pngDragonX
Kang Dae-hee (강대희) Coach Asura (Korean Team)logo std.pngASURA
Build Son Beom-jin (손범진) 80Coach None


This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place

Griffin Tournament Results - Show Prize as (LocalUSDEuros)
DatePlPrizeEventLast ResultRoster
2020-08-205₩4,000,000₩4,000,000₩4,000,000 CK 2020 Summer
5 - 9Blanklogo std.pngRR
 Hoya,  Citrus,  Naehyun,  Wayne,  Yusin,  Chaos,  Rather,  Chico
2020-04-29NQ LCK 2020 Summer Promotion
0 : 2SANDBOX Gaminglogo std.pngSB
 Sword,  Untara,  Tarzan,  Ucal,  Viper,  WADID,  Irove,  GBM,  Rather
2020-04-1610₩10,000,000₩10,000,000₩10,000,000 LCK 2020 Spring
5 - 13Blanklogo std.pngRR
 Sword,  Hoya,  Untara,  Tarzan,  Ucal,  Naehyun,  Viper,  Irove,  H Dragon,  GBM
2019-12-305 - 8₩8,000,000$ 6,867.25€ 6,152.36 KeSPA Cup 2019
0 : 2SANDBOX Gaminglogo std.pngSB
 Untara,  Tarzan,  Naehyun,  Viper,  Kabbie,  H Dragon,  GBM
2019-10-265 - 8$89,000$ 89,000€ 78,776.57 Worlds 2019
1 : 3Invictus Gaminglogo std.pngiG
 Sword,  Tarzan,  Chovy,  Viper,  Lehends,  Chaos
2019-08-312₩60,000,000$ 50,901.48€ 45,670.74 LCK 2019 Summer Playoffs
1 : 3SK Telecom T1logo std.pngSKT
 Doran,  Tarzan,  Chovy,  Viper,  Lehends,  cvMax,  Chaos
2019-08-181 LCK 2019 Summer
13 - 5Blanklogo std.pngRR
 Sword,  Doran,  Tarzan,  Chovy,  Viper,  Lehends,  cvMax,  Chaos
2019-07-071 Rift Rivals 2019 LCK-LPL-LMS-VCS
3 : 1LoL Pro Leaguelogo std.pngLPL
 Sword,  Tarzan,  Chovy,  Viper,  Lehends,  cvMax
2019-04-132₩60,000,000₩60,000,000₩60,000,000 LCK 2019 Spring Playoffs
0 : 3SK Telecom T1logo std.pngSKT
 Sword,  Tarzan,  Chovy,  Viper,  Lehends,  cvMax,  Chaos
2019-03-311 LCK 2019 Spring
15 - 3Blanklogo std.pngRR
 Sword,  Tarzan,  Chovy,  Viper,  Lehends,  cvMax,  Chaos
Total Prize:KRW 142,000,000 • USD 89,000


  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020





  1. 롤챔스 서머 준우승팀 그리핀, 스틸에잇이 인수 (Korean) fomos.kr
  2. Griffin's Tweet twitter.com
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 챌코팀 NOT BAD 스폰서를 구합니다. inven.co.kr
  4. 2017 LoL 챌린저스 코리아 스프링 안내 afreecatv.com
  5. 5.0 5.1 cvMax's Facebook Post (Korean) facebook.com
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 2017 LoL 케스파 컵 로스터 공개, '쿠잔' 이성혁-'블레스' 최현웅 제외 (Korean) fomos.kr
  7. 7.0 7.1 KeSPA's Tweet twitter.com
  8. [단독] 그리핀의 공격적인 행보, 김동우 CJ 전 감독 단장 선임 (Korean) osen.mt.co.kr
  9. 9.0 9.1 GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2018-05-29; after change - KR - 2018-05-30
  10. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2018-05-15; after change - KR - 2018-05-30
  11. LGD战队2018LPL夏季赛阵容公告 (Chinese) weibo.com
  12. KeSPA's Facebook Post facebook.com
  13. 13.0 13.1 KeSPA's Tweet twitter.com
  14. 롤챔스 서머 준우승팀 그리핀, 스틸에잇이 인수 (Korean) fomos.kr
  15. Griffin's Tweet twitter.com
  16. 16.0 16.1 Griffin's Tweet (Korean) twitter.com
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 Griffin's Facebook Post facebook.com
  18. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2019-01-18; after change - KR - 2019-01-25
  19. 19.0 19.1 [LoL] 새로운 정글러 카나비, 그리핀 롤팀에 합류! teamgriffin.gg
  20. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2019-02-20; after change - KR - 2019-03-06
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 Griffin's Tweet twitter.com
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 JD Gaming's Weibo Post (Chinese) weibo.com
  23. 23.0 23.1 Griffin's Tweet (Korean) twitter.com
  24. Griffin's Tweet (Korean) twitter.com
  25. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2019-06-29; after change - KR - 2019-07-10
  26. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2019-07-10; after change - KR - 2019-07-30
  27. 27.0 27.1 Griffin's Tweet (Korean) twitter.com
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 28.3 Griffin's Tweet twitter.com
  29. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2019-09-20; after change - KR - 2019-10-07
  30. 30.0 30.1 30.2 스틸에잇, ‘카나비’ 서진혁 FA로 푼다 (Korean) kmib.co.kr
  31. Dakgo's Tweet (Korean) twitter.com
  32. 32.0 32.1 32.2 閃電狼職業電競隊《英雄聯盟》公告 flashwolves.com
  33. [오피셜] 그리핀 조규남 대표 공식 사임... 스틸에잇 "조사 성실히 임할 것" (Korean) inven.co.kr
  34. 2019년 제 4차 e스포츠 제재 안내 (Korean) leagueoflegends.co.kr
  35. 그리핀 사건 관련 LCK운영위원회 최종 조사 결과 발표 (Korean) leagueoflegends.co.kr
  36. 36.0 36.1 36.2 36.3 [오피셜] 스틸에잇, "선수들과 새로 계약 체결할 것...선수 원할시 FA 공시" (Korean) fomos.kr
  37. 37.0 37.1 37.2 37.3 Still8 promises to revise existing player contracts and “removes unfair clauses”, some Griffin players may become free agents korizon.net
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  39. 그리핀 사건 관련 LCK운영위원회 추가 입장 및 조치 사항 (Korean) leagueoflegends.co.kr
  40. 40.0 40.1 그리핀 사건 관련 LCK운영위원회 추가 입장 및 조치 사항 (Korean) leagueoflegends.co.kr
  41. 41.0 41.1 41.2 41.3 Griffin's Tweet twitter.com
  42. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2019-12-03; after change - KR - 2019-12-05
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  44. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2019-12-15; after change - KR - 2019-12-16
  45. 45.0 45.1 스틸에잇, 서경종 대표 포함 경영진 및 관계자 4인 사임 (Korean) inven.co.kr
  46. 46.0 46.1 Griffin's Tweet twitter.com
  47. 47.0 47.1 [단독] 김가을 전 삼성 갤럭시 사무국장, 그리핀 신임 대표로 부임 (Korean) fomos.kr
  48. 48.0 48.1 김가을 전 삼성 갤력시 사무국장, 그리핀 대표 겸 단장으로 부임 (Korean) dailyesports.com
  49. 2019 LoL KeSPA Cup ULSAN, 2라운드 로스터 (Korean) e-sports.or.kr
  50. 50.0 50.1 Griffin's Tweet twitter.com
  51. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2020-01-10; after change - KR - 2020-01-15
  52. Griffin's Tweet twitter.com
  53. 53.0 53.1 53.2 KeSPA's Facebook Post (Korean) facebook.com
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  55. Griffin's Tweet twitter.com
  56. Griffin's Tweet twitter.com
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  58. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2020-03-11; after change - KR - 2020-03-12
  59. KeSPA's Facebook Post (Korean) facebook.com
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  61. WADID's Tweet twitter.com
  62. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2020-04-27; after change - KR - 2020-04-27
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