DRX’s 2022 Worlds feat with a 3-2 win against T1 titans was one of the most emotional stories in League of Legends history, and after that accomplishment, there were those who feared Faker’s retirement from the scene competitive. Actually, the South Korean legend has renewed the contract with T1 for another three years.
Superstar Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok confirms his point once again stay with the Asian organization until 2025thus reaching the age of 29. The announcement came via Twitter, to the delight of Riot Games’ home esports fans: all League of Legends fans, in fact, wanted to see it still active at the highest levels for a few years.
Of the rest, Faker since 2013 he has offered a lot of entertainment with T1, then known as SK Telecom T1. That year he won his first world title, followed by two more Worlds in 2015 and 2016, and also two MSIs in 2016 and 2017. Despite being six years his senior, he respects his older teammates, Gumayusi and Keria, is still able to challenge rivals at the highest level while serving as a mentor to the new generation of talent.
Still talking about the same export title, we remind you that the League of Legends LEC will change its face in 2023.