,Another day, another chance” comment every morning tray Youth, point guard for the Atlanta Hawks on his social network. Well, few League of Legends players can agree with him more than Lee”the conSang-hyok. The T1 Esports midlaner has been competing professionally for nearly 10 years, achieving countless successes including the 2013, 2015 and 2016 World Championships.
Tonight, Faker and his teammates return to the League of Legends World Finals after five years of trying. With Trai’s State Farm Arena and their Hawks witnessing, T1 dominates a spirited Jedi Gaming that fades after a formidable first map.
But if it’s about basketball player quotes, and as GOAT Michael Jordan once said: “I have lost over 9,000 shots in my career, I have lost over 300 games and 26 times I have taken the last shot and missed. I have been losing time and again in my life and that is why I have been successful.”, Faker knows what it’s like to win, that’s obvious. But the bigger paradox is that he has had to “die” on multiple occasions to become known as the “Unkillable Demon King”.
talent makes its way
I could go on a tirade about the two teams’ draft, compositions and approach during the four maps leading up to the semi-finals. But it is better to stick to what T1 coach Bengi said in the post-match press conference. In short, he knew his team was better because he was showing it in training, and that the loss on the first map was the result of a bit of nerves.
But if I am allowed to say something, let me tell you that this semi-final was very different from the quarter final played by both T1 and JDG. Both clubs came in two inevitable 3–0 draws, and in which differences in mechanical talent made the difference to the point of decaffeinated meetings. But the experience in Hawkes’ field was very different. From minute 1, a finesse in the movements of the champions was appreciated, unworthy of the League of Legends that we all have installed on our PCs.
I know it’s silly, because watching a LOL match live hardly gives you a clue about the players. At least nothing more than watching a live stream on Twitch. However, I felt the same way when I first went to the Bernabeu; When I admired Luka Modric’s talent live. Good people are much better in person.
Perhaps the suggestion is to see a few tens of thousands of people screaming with each play, or perhaps the sensory hyperexcitability of the stadium made me swoon. But it’s fair to say that when Keria worked his way up with Renata, or Gumayusi kept his chest up to do the fight, something was in the air. Andalusians usually talk about duende, although if we are in the cradle of hip-hop, it is better to use the term. Flow,
MigosOne of the most iconic rap bands in the city of Atlanta, tell the following in the song ‘Fight Night’: “Provided everywhere, don’t have to print my resume”, Which is something like “recognized everywhere, I don’t even need to print my resume” in Spanish. For someone like Faker, this song sounds well worth the bill. All he needs to do is make a gesture, an almost Bourbon greeting with his hand, for the entire stadium to collapse.
His story is known to all, his victories and defeats are known to all. He may retire today and will certainly be the most respected player in League of Legends history until Riot Games closes shop. But there is one thing that separates good players from legendary players: hunger.
I’d bet Chick-fil-A’s Chicken Sandwiches that Faker has the same passion for being eternal, almost schizophrenic, that all the great sports legends have., To close the circle, Trae Young revealed in an interview with Yahoo Sports in 2019 that he kept all the negative tweets from fans, media and commentators to motivate himself. Every doubt is another drop of gasoline, but I don’t know if Faker will find anyone on the face of the earth who doubts him until October 30, 2022.
Faker managed to qualify for his fifth League of Legends World Cup final with a T1 victory against JD Gaming, and he did it by playing very well. The mid laner showed his best individual form in a long time, excelling in all games and making big plays.