A few days before the beginning of the League of Legends 2019 World Championship, Griffin, Korea\u2019s second seed for the League of Legends World Championship 2019 fired their head coach, Kim \u2018cvMax\u2019 Dae-ho. This was a shock to the entire community of League of Legends considering the fact that Griffin has dominated the LCK 2019 Spring & Summer season, being surpassed during playoffs only by another powerhouse of the Korean scene, SK Telekom T1, with star mid laner and considered best of all time, Faker.\r\n\r\nGriffin went from the promotion tournament of the Challengers Korea to the top of LCK in a couple of months, they were seen as a new and rising talent who could compete with the established veterans of Korea by bringing fresh and innovative ideas.\r\n\r\n[embed]https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=IDmbdHjB60g[\/embed]\r\n\r\nBehind the team was coach Kim \u2018cvMax\u2019 Dae-ho for three LCK splits before being fired just before the World Championship 2019 after his team qualified as Korea\u2019s second seed. The circumstances weren\u2019t clear from the statement of Griffin, but during the following couple of days, the former coach came forward with details regarding management and internal conflicts.\r\n\r\n\u2018After losing the LCK Spring Finals, there were a lot of conflicts with management\u2019, he said. \u2018One week before the LCK Summer Finals, there was a lack of teams willing to scrim the team and the manager was accusing me of this\u2019, he added.\r\n\r\nAfter the organization lost the third grand final in a row, the manager told the former coach was told that he would be fired, emphasizing the fact that Griffin needs to get rid of him in order to win the World Championship.\r\n\r\nAccording to the lengthy stream of cvMax, there were some internal conflicts with the top laner of Griffin, Choi \u2018Sword\u2019 Sung-won. The oldest player on the team was replaced by the rookie Choi \u2018Doran\u2019 Hyeon-Joon for the end of the Summer 2019 LCK season but has returned to the main roster after cvMax left.\r\n\r\nThe top laner \u2018Sword\u2019 alongside bot laner Park \u2018Viper\u2019 Do-Hyeon came forward during an interview after winning a match and mentioned that cvMax is making false claims and asked him to stop if he likes the team.\r\n\r\nGriffin looks shaky so far at the World Championship 2019, even though it\u2019s their first international appearance, fans, casters, and players keep them in high regard after watching their domination during the regular season of LCK.\r\n\r\nTune in for their next matches at <a href="https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/user\/LoLChampSeries">Riot Games YouTube channel<\/a> to see how they do without their former coach, cvMax.