T1 League of Legends team tries Valorant, Faker surprises

T1 League of Legends team tries Valorant, Faker surprises

Why did they choose so numerous duelists?!??!?

Just after shelling out a thirty day period absent from home competing at Worlds 2022, the League of Legends T1 squad are back in South Korea fulfilling their livestream obligations.

On a the latest November stream, top rated laner Choi “Zeus” Woo-je was goofing close to in ARAM and Summoner’s Rift, then Overwatch 2, in advance of switching to Valorant — wherever his teammates joined him for two unranked game titles on Haven and Ascent.

The five-guy stack unexpectedly won the initially map even nevertheless they were down 4-8 simply because the opposing group abruptly surrendered ahead of swapping sides.

It was on the second map, Ascent, exactly where they ended up pushed to their limits, and where by the oldest player on the squad, Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok, proved that he’s continue to the GOAT — at least among the LoL squad — in extra than just one Riot Video games title.



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T1 League of Legends roster plays Valorant on Haven map
Screenshot by Amanda Tan/A person Esports

Contrary to MOBA recreation League of Legends, FPS is all about response time that needs a wholly distinctive set of mechanics, so their professional player techniques weren’t specifically transferrable.

Trailing 2-7 on very first map Haven, Faker was read exclaiming just after that round, “Kids! I killed a few on my have!”

To which Zeus replied, “Hyung (more mature brother in Korean), you have a ton of income. Can you obtain me a gun? Invest in it for me! Invest in it for me!”

“I’ll place you,” mentioned Faker, which built Zeus joyful.

The LoL crew then picked three duelists on Ascent: Phoenix, Neon, and Jett, and rounded off their agent composition with initiator Sova and controller Brimstone.

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