Faker reaches incredible LCK milestone with win over DRX

Declan Mclaughlin

The legendary Lee ‘Faker’ Sang-hyeok has reached one more milestone within the South Korean League of Legends league in his eleventh yr as a professional.

The greatness of Faker can’t be overstated because the veteran, and half proprietor of T1, is enjoying in his eleventh season and vying for his fifth League of Legends World Championship trophy in 2024. While the season is simply getting underway, the participant has already hit a league milestone that few different gamers are in attain of.

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Faker began his professional LoL profession in 2013 and has competed within the Korean league for T1 ever since. Unlike his friends, Faker has not swapped positions, or gone to play in one other league just like the LPL or LCS. Because of this, he has racked up LCK information like none different.

He holds probably the most video games performed and kills within the league, and in addition simply crossed one other milestone to cement his standing as the best League of Legends participant of all time.

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Faker reaches incredible win file in LCK

After his win in opposition to DRX on February 1, a 2-0 stomp to increase T1’s common season file to 4-1, Faker crested the 600-win mark within the LCK.

The participant was already the league chief when it comes to the variety of wins he has collected, nonetheless, he has prolonged that file in 2024. When requested concerning the milestone, Faker spoke about his longevity as a professional.

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T1 gained Worlds 2023.

“It makes me notice that I’ve been enjoying for a very long time. I wish to proceed amassing extra victories sooner or later,” he told InvenGlobal.

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Despite the variety of wins and matches Faker has collected, the professional has sat out matches earlier than, both as a result of harm or substitution.

The T1 mid laner exhibits no indicators of slowing down in his profession because the Championship-winning workforce determined to run it again with their full roster from 2023, into the 2024 season.

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