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Faker Says His Confidence Went Don’t But They Can Still Win Worlds



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Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok is a 25-year-old South Korean League Of Legends player who is probably the most known esports player in the world. Since 2013, he has been playing for the T1’s League Of Legends team.

Even though Faker and T1 dominated the world for years, they are now struggling to find success even in the Korean region. Since their win at LCK Spring 2019, they couldn’t get any trophy to the museum.

During a post-match interview with the LCK broadcast after their victory over Kt Rolster, Faker talked about their performances recently as well as their goal for this season.

In the conversation, the legendary mid laner admitted that they have been underperforming for a while now and admitted that having rough results in the tournaments impacted his confidence in a bad way.

However, Faker believes that they can still win the League Of Legends World Championship this year if they can overcome the obstacles and problems they face and improve their gameplay step by step.

Interviewer asked:

“Given the current state of the team, do you think that you’ll be able to achieve that goal, especially with such drastic changes in the middle of the split? Or do you take a step back to recalibrate for the long run?”

Faker replied:

“Our team’s direction has changed quite drastically, and everything’s pretty hectic overall, so my level of confidence has definitely went down. However, if we can overcome our obstacles and move forward one step at a time, I think winning Worlds is definitely doable.”

Later in the conversation, Faker also talked about the departures of their coaching staff, Deany and Zefa, and said that even though they had improved their game knowledge, there were some problems behind the scene.

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