T1 beat Afreeca Freecs in Gumayusi’s debut, advance to LCK regional finals|Dot Esports
T1 got their vengeance against Afreeca Freecs today in the LCK regional qualifier for the area’s last spot in the 2020 League of Legends World Champion. T1 won the series with a convincing 3-1 rating, debuting substitute ADC Lee “Gumayusi” Min-hyeong while likewise bringing Faker and Choi “Ellim” El-lim back into the starting roster.
This T1 lineup was meant the other day by Wadid following AFS’ tidy 3-0 win against KT Rolster in the preliminary of the LCK local qualifier.
The series started with a statement game from T1. They constructed a structure around Gumayusi on Caitlyn and allowed him to take control of the game. He finished his launching video game with a 9/0/8 scoreline, eclipsing his opponent, Mystic, who is among the best ADCs in the LCK.
T1 were dominant and AFS stood no possibility. In the last teamfight, T1 looked far better compared to their usual efficiency, with everybody being on point with their abilities and moves.
Following that disastrous loss in the first game, AFS brought their veteran jungler Spirit back into the beginning lineup, a relocation that saw immediate success. AFS had an outstanding performance to adjust the series in 48 minutes.
T1 returned into the 3rd video game stronger, banning away the vital Lucian choice that ruined them in the second game. Ellim took over on Lilia, protecting early leads all over on the map, especially on the bottom side to snowball Gumayusi. The 30-minute win offered T1 the momentum they required going into the fourth game.
The fourth video game was a lot more slow-paced compared to the first three. Both groups were playing safely, comprehending that a person little error could potentially end their season. T1’s veteran experience with Faker at the helm permitted them to keep their composure and get great badger the AFS gamers. Following a definitive teamfight in the mid lane where Canna popped off, T1 completed the video game and the series.
T1 will face Gen.G tomorrow in the local finals for Korea’s last area at this year’s World Championship. Both teams have less than 24 hours to get ready for each other. You can tune in at 3am CT to see who will come out on top and which roster T1 will bring into the next match.