The current iteration of T1 seems the most effective one up until now with Faker shotcalling from the mid lane.

T1 removed Fredit BRION today 2-0 throughout the fourth week of the 2021 LCK Spring Split.

After a shaky start of the split, T1 debuted the exact same lineup which won them the previous match against Nongshim RedForce. The lineup made up of Zeus, Ellim, Faker, Gumayusi, and Keria looks to be the most effective version of T1 up until now this season, showing terrific plays throughout all the stages of the match.

The MVP votes were gotten by Keria and Faker. Both players played outstanding throughout the series with Keria’s Thresh helping T1 make substantial plays in the first game. His initiations assisted the group get easy eliminates, while his lanterns showed to be crucial in conserving his low-health teammates. Faker had an excellent Orianna efficiency with a 4/0/6 KDA. After picking up early kills, he utilized his lead to assist other lanes and push BRO’s towers.

This League of Legends match began with a huge screen of efficiency from T1. They looked better compared to their previous series and seem to have found the roster with the most synergy with each other. From the early game, they were dominating all lanes and entirely overwhelming their challengers. The video game would have been ideal for T1 if not for the 2 deaths from their novice leading laner Zeus. BRO didn’t pick anything else however these two eliminates in the 24-minute game.

After the very first video game demolishment from T1, BROTHER chose to change their draft phase and prohibited out essential champions which damaged them in the very first game. That didn’t matter because T1 got other champs from their ocean swimming pool. The second video game was a copy of the first one with T1 going for early game uses the entire map. After 25-minutes of pure domination, T1 liquidated the series 2-0. Keria was the one to stop T1 from getting a best game this time, passing away as soon as on Nautilus after an engage.

After the current success of this lineup, it appears like this one is to stay for the near future. The lineup looks much more cohesive, capable of taking down the present top tier LCK teams with some practice. Following this success, T1 (4-4) climb to fifth location in the 2021 LCK Spring Split. They’ll be dealing with DRX and Liiv SANDBOX next week for an opportunity to climb up higher and regain their leading tier LCK group status.