League of Legends: T1 re-sign Faker for their roster in the upcoming season campaign. As one of the best middle laners League of Legends has ever produced, Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok will be returning for the 2022 season as T1 has re-signed him back to their roster. He will be looking forward to bettering his team’s performance in the LCK while also qualifying and preparing for the 2022 World Championships.
I’m back. pic.twitter.com/66hCuoXzXc
— T1 LoL (@T1LoL) November 19, 2021
League of Legends: T1 re-sign Faker for their roster in the upcoming season campaign
Very few teams have been as successful as T1 in the League of Legends international esports scene and Faker has been a part of them since the beginning. He has helped them win 3 Summoner’s Cups, 2 Mid-Seasonal Invitationals, and multiple LCK regional titles. It looks like T1 still believes in Faker’s capability to deliver on the large stages. Similarly, Faker has also been a pillar for the gaming organization supporting it throughout its multiple rebrandings, winning moments, and terrible performances.
The 2022 League of Legends season will count as Faker’s and T1’s 10th year in the esports scene and they will be looking to assert their dominance back into the community. It was back in 2013 when both Faker and T1 lifted their first World Championship Summoner’s Cup by defeating Royal Club from the LPL.
Currently, T1 is not the most dominating powerhouse of the LCK as it was back in 2015-16, yet they are still a major player in the area. As a veteran now, Faker also brings a lot of experience into the roster. Moreover, his gameplay is still strong and meticulous for the competitive scene as can be seen from his consistent performance for the past multiple years. Although he has not been able to provide exemplary results like winning Worlds or dominating the LCK season throughout the year, the hunger for playing, learning, and winning is still present inside him.
While most of his peer players from his beginning days have retired, Faker is still going strong and does not look like he will quit the League of Legends competitive esports scene anytime soon. His legacy is still in the making and we look forward to seeing him add more accolades to it.
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