This is the first year in the KeSPA Cup's five year existence that an English broadcast will not be aired alongside the native broadcast in South Korea, and T1 Esports CEO Joe Marsh is having none of it. Marsh tweeted about the importance of an English broadcast for this year's KeSPa Cup, and put his money where his mouth is by assuring both SK Telecom T1 and fellow LCK organization Gen.G were ready and willing to share the costs of airing the separate production for English-speaking viewers.
SKT Khan: "When I heard "Starting at the bottom to win LCK" from Faker and kkOma, I thought it was bullsh*t. Now I deeply believe it."
The victory against Afreeca Freecs was T1's first step to finals. 21st August (KST), SKT faced the youngest team in LCK, Afreeca Freecs. Brilliant plays were countlessly displayed by both teams. In ga
SKT T1 Faker on his MVP title: "It felt good as soon as I got the MVP title last time...It has been a while since I had gotten one."
In the last game on the 20th, SKT T1 defeated kt Rolster 2-0.The first game was reminiscent of the old SKT and LCK. The game lasted longer than 40 minutes and a lot of back and forths. Every 5 minutes