Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok is one of the most recognizable professional League of Legends players out there. He’s the most successful player in League of Legends history but the player has remained largely unchallenged over the years. And players are coming back for more after signing with T1’s League of Legends team once again. In an official T1 statement, all Faker had to say to his audience was “I’m back.”
The rivalry between Faker vs ShowMaker will continue
Pig “ShowMaker“Su has proven himself to be a worthy contender for the title of the best League of Legends player there, and considering that ShowMaker and Faker both compete in the same region, fans will be able to see. seeing both players face off against each other more than once.Next season, Faker has held the title of “invincible demon king” for many years but with ShowMaker in this context, things will be very competitive. painting.
This year when T1 made a comeback against DAMWON Gaming, ShowMaker got the last laugh and with Faker signing a new contract, the rivalry between the two isn’t over yet. Faker already has two MSI and three Worlds titles and he could add more to this list if he can keep up his winning streak.
Before that, there were speculations about Faker joining the military, which would keep him out of League of Legends esports for two years. Korean law stipulates that every citizen needs to do military service for two years unless a citizen represents the country at the international level and wins the title. Winning a gold medal at the Asian Games would allow him to skip mandatory military service.
Faker is set to compete at the 2022 Asian Games and if this player wins a gold medal, he will be waived of his mandatory service. With teams like DAMWON Gaming also competing at the Asian Games, winning a three-time world champion would be an uphill feat.
https://afkgaming.com/esports/news/faker-re-signs-with-t1-league-of-legends-roster Faker re-signs with the T1 League of Legends roster