T1 support Keria wins 2022 LCK Spring Split MVP award

Source: Inven


All five of T1's players had phenomenal performances throughout the organization's 18-0 run in the 2022 LCK Spring Split, but one player stood out amongst his teammates. T1 support Ryu "Keria" Min-seok was named the 2022 LCK Spring Split Most Valuable Player for his incredible level of play this spring. 



T1's 18-0, 1st place finish in the LCK Spring Split, was a team effort, without a doubt, but no player exhibited higher highs at a more consistent level than Keria. The young support put together an impressive 2021 season and has since improved and grown in confidence in the young 2022 season.


Many of the highlight reels of T1's perfect season belonged to Keria's teammates, particularly in the case of legendary mid laner Lee "Faker" Sang-hyeok or hotshot AD carry Lee "Gumayusi" Min-hyeong. However, Keria was the team's most consistent player through-and-through and managed to shine many a time individually despite playing the support role, which is often overlooked in terms of individual spotlight due to the team-focused nature of the role itself.


In the 2022 LCK Spring Split, Keria led South Korean supports in multiple statistics. Keria boasted a league-best 72% kill participation, 47% First Blood percentage, 227 gold differential at 10 minutes, 167 experience differential at 10 minutes, and 195 damage per minute. Keria's largest standout statistic was leading the LCK supports in assists at 462, which was 129 more than the 2nd place support, DWG KIA's Kim "Kellin" Hyeong-gyu.


While Keria is considered one of the elite players in his role globally and arguably the best LCK support, he is  incredibly young. The star support made his debut for DRX in the 2020 season before moving to T1 in 2021 and has only continued to build on his individual prowess in the 2022 season.

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