E-sports: Singaporean professional coaches making a name for themselves overseas

Bjorn "Zeys" Ong (fifth from left) celebrating his team EVOS Legends' win at the M1 World Championship.
Bjorn "Zeys" Ong (fifth from left) celebrating his team EVOS Legends' win at the M1 World Championship.PHOTO: MOONTON

SINGAPORE - His Most Valuable Player had been critical to their success in six earlier games but Singaporean e-sports coach Jensen Goh felt that his insistence on doing things his way was unfair to the rest of the players in Australian League of Legends outfit Legacy.

So halfway through the first split of the Oceanic Pro League season early last year, Goh dropped his team's best player for someone who played a different role.

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