The eSports portal InvenGlobal, referring to their sources, has announced that Jung «Impact» Eon-yeong had refused from a transfer to SK Telecom T1.
The Korean plays on the Cloud9 roster at the moment. According to the information of InvenGlobal, Jung Eon-yeong has refused from a partnership with the three-time world champion due to two reasons. The unsatisfactory financial conditions for the cyber-sportsman has become the first one. The absence of confidence in the new team has become the second reason for the opposition to the proposal.
Jung «Impact» Eon-yeong has an experience of playing for SKT1. Previously, he used to play on the roster of the Korean team from February 2013 to November 2014. After that, Impact moved to the North American division and continued his career in such teams as Team Impulse and NRG eSports. Being on the roster of the above-mentioned teams, Impact competed in the league NA LCS. He spent the season 2016-2017 in Cloud9, in which he could hold the 2nd place at LCS Spring Split 2017, the 5th-6th place at LCS Summer Split 2017 and the 5th-8th place at 2017 Season World Championships.
The partnership between Jung «Impact» Eon-yeong and Cloud9 came to the end on November 20. Now, the cyber-sportsman is in search for the organization that can guarantee the player good conditions in a team.