A T1 won the final match against KT Rolster held in Daejeon on the 19th.

T1, who reached the final, just one step to win the ‘breaking the seal’

T1 held the ticket to the final after a close match that went to the 5th set.

League of Legends

In addition, advances to the 2023 League of Legends World Championship (Roll Cup),

which will be held in Seoul and Busan, have been confirmed. 카지노사이트

T1, which started in 5th place in the league,

shaken by a break due to Faker’s (Lee Sang-hyeok)

injury in the regular season and the resignation of former manager Bae Seong-woong,

now has only one step left to win the ‘Breaking the Seal’ championship.

KT Rolster

KT Rolster, which was unfortunately defeated will play

against Hanwha Life Insurance Esports, Dplus Kia, and DRX to advance to Worlds.

The KT recorded 16 consecutive wins in the summer split and took first place in the regular season,

but was unable to overcome its weakness in the multi-game system.

League of Legends Champions Korea

Going round and round with T1 advancing to the finals,

T1 and Gen.G eSports will eventually face off on the stage of the 2023 LCK (League of Legends Champions Korea) Summer Split Finals.

The two teams will face off on the final stage for the fourth consecutive time since the 2022 spring season.

In the last confrontation,

T1 won in the 2022 spring, but Gen.G is aiming for a third consecutive LCK domination

this year by taking the 2022 summer and 2023 spring in a row.

This year, attention is also focused on whether the team that won the final round will win the championship cup.

From the 2023 spring season, the LCK playoff method was changed

to a ‘double elimination tournament’ incorporating the loser’s resurrection method.

As a result, the finalists were decided the day before the finals.


And Gen.G, who had advanced to the finals of the season, defeated T1,

who reached the finals first, and won the trophy.

Afterwards, there was a debate about whether the team that reached the finals first

had an advantage or the team that had played the day before had an advantage.

In response, it seems that players generally prefer to play multi-premise games in a row.

At Media Day held on the 16th, when asked if he thought it would be advantageous to play consecutive matches,

Gen.G’s Faze (Kim Soo-hwan) said, “It’s good to play consecutive games” and said,

“Because you can adapt to the stadium first” as the reason.

Explained. KT’s Lehenz also expressed the opinion, “If the term (between games) is long,

it is difficult to adjust the condition, so I prefer to play consecutively.”


On the other hand, in the case of T1’s Kumayushi, he showed a cautious stance,

saying, “(The two cases) each have their pros and cons,”

“It seems to be different depending on how (players) accept them.”

Will T1 be able to repay the sadness of losing to Gen.G

after finishing first in the regular league last spring, or will Gen.G,

The defending champion, succeed in winning another championship and set a record for winning the LCK for three consecutive seasons?

Attention is focusing on who will laugh in the 4th match between T1 and Gen.G,

who have monopolized the LCK final stage for the past two years.

Meanwhile, the team that won today’s finals will participate in this year’s Worlds as the LCK’s No. 1 seed,

the losing team as the No. 2 seed.

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