T1 set a new record in 7 years, and “Faker” is the same
T1 made another history on Saturday, the 25th.
T1 broke the record of 23 consecutive wins, which SKT T1 made, in 2022, seven years later.
And even the team name has changed from SKT T1 to T1, but there is only one thing that does not change after seven years, but “Faker” Lee Sang-hyuk stands at the center.
SKT T1 was huge when it achieved 23 consecutive wins in 2015.
Not only did he win two consecutive seasons, but he also won the LOL World Cup, and at that time,
he showed tremendous force, including “Marine” Jang Kyung-hwan and “Lee Ji-hoon” Lee Ji-hoon, and even the use of Six Man was excellent.
Over the next seven years, the record of 23 consecutive wins has not been broken,
and Faker, who was close to the youngest in the team seven years ago,
became a veteran among veterans and the eldest brother in the team,
teaming up with young players with a considerable career gap to win 24 consecutive games.
The reason why “Faker” Lee Sang-hyuk is steadily respected among officials and players is
“unwavering consistency.” He made his debut in 2013 and has continued to compete with great players who have enjoyed the times so far in 2022. Even if everyone retires and leaves, “Faker” is still a competitive active player.
In an interview after the match against Kia in Damwon, which succeeded in winning 24 consecutive games,
the 2022 Faker’s head is full of LoL, just like his debut in 2013,
as he answered about the secret to the long run, “I only think about games 24 hours a day.”
The challenge of T1 does not stop here. It is set to play against the Canton Fricks on the 29th this week and DRX on July 1,
but there is no law that it will not be able to win 25 or 26 consecutive games at the current pace, drawing much attention to T1.안전놀이터