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League Of Legends Player Faker Makes A Coronavirus Announcement

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One of the greatest League Of Legends players of all time, Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok is a 23-year-old South Korean player who has been representing T1 for over six years. In his career, he earned over $1.200.000 from the events.

Today, Faker has shared a new photo of himself on his official Twitter account and made coronavirus a statement. In the post, Faker said that he stands with the people who fight with this disease and he will give any support they needed.

Additionally, T1 has replied to Faker’s tweet, stated that they will help for this campaign and decided to donate all the money from they got from the streams. Also, T1 thanked for the community for all their good-will.

Here is what Faker said(translated by Google):

“We support everyone who works to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection-19. Wherever they are, we want to work together to overcome this situation and provide the support we really need.”

T1 replied:

“Faker Lee Sang-hyuk joined the donation process to prevent the spread of Corona 19.

T1 decided to donate all the streaming donations of its players this week to join Faker’s willingness to come together and overcome difficult times. Thank you for your support.”

You can check his tweet below.

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