Max (Jeong Jong-bin)
|Name:||Jeong Jong-bin (정종빈)|
|Country of Birth:||South Korea|
|Soloqueue IDs:||CJ Entus 맥쓰|
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Jeong "Max" Jong-bin (Hangul: 정종빈) is the support for MVP.
Jeong "Max" Jong-bin joined CJ Entus as a substitute in December of 2014. He played his first game as support for them during SBENU Champions Summer 2015 against the KOO Tigers. He is currently a substitute for Madlife. CJ Entus placed third in the regular season but lost 3-0 to the KOO Tigers in the second round of playoffs. CJ had enough circuit points to qualify for the 2015 Season Korea Regional Finals but they lost 3-2 to the Jin Air Green Wings. Max did not play in playoffs or the regionals. Max left the team in November.
Max left the GashBears to join MVP on January 15th, 2016. During the Challengers Korea 2016 Spring Season, MVP performed admirably during the regular season with an 85% winrate, giving them first place with 34 pts. This seeded them directly into the finals of the Challengers Korea 2016 Spring Playoffs, where they were upset 3-2 by ESC Ever. However, they still earned a spot in the 2016 LCK Summer Promotion, where they beat Kongdoo Monster 3-1 to earn a spot in the 2016 LCK Summer Season.
During the 2016 LCK Summer Split, MVP managed to go 7-11 in series, netting them sixth place overall. Unfortunately, this made them barely miss the 2016 LCK Summer Playoffs for the season. Their lack of circuit points from the spring season of the 2016 LCK Spring Split made them unable to qualify for the 2016 Season Korea Regional Finals as well.
- February 9th, MVP Max: “Instead of picking popular champions, we picked ones we wanted to play” with Inven Global
- March 22cd, MVP ADD-Max: "We thought it would be fun to pick Sion Support and Nautilus Top" with Inven Global
- May 5th, MVP Max on unorthodox picks: “It’s good to show confidence on those picks. That way even your opponent will start to think ‘Is that really a good pick?’ and get flustered.” with Slingshot Esports
- May 17th, MVP's Max: 'Even SKT aren't gods' with ESPN