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[All-Star 2019] T1 Faker talks about the new roster and meeting Rick Fox: "he was really tall and really good looking"
All-Star 2019 has brought together some of the most celebrated League of Legends and TFT players of the year. It is no surprise that Lee "Faker" Sang-hyeok was indicated as the first choice to represent South Korea at the event. We got to chat about his encounter with Rick Fox, what it means to represent South Korea, and what fans can expect of the new SKT roster.
[Worlds 2019: SKT Press Conference] Faker: "I do think that I deserve to be called the GOAT."
SK Telecom T1 defeated Splyce 3-1 in the 2019 LoL World Championship Quarterfinals. Although Splyce took a game away from them, SK Telecom T1 was able to move on to the next stage. After the match,
[Worlds 2019] SKT Effort: "FNC and RNG are both decorated teams... but my teammates are even more awesome."
SK Telecom T1 defeated RNG in their second match of the 2019 LoL World Championship. As of this win, SKT took a step ahead of the other teams with a 2-0 record. The game was neck and neck until the
[Worlds 2019] SKT Khan on Group C: "I think we’ll have a pleasant journey. We might lose once? ... The best-case scenario would be 6 wins."
SK Telecom T1 is back to Worlds, and they had a great start. In the opening match of 2019 LoL World Championship, SKT defeated Fnatic, the runner-up of the previous World Championship to register a
SKT Teddy: "At Worlds, I’d like to hear the sound of the crowd. I want to hear the fans cheer for SKT and shout SKT."
On the 25th (KST), SK Telecom T1 dominated DAMWON Gaming in the Rift and won 3-0 to qualify for Worlds and to reach the LCK finals for the second straight time. After the match, Park “Teddy&rdqu
SKT Faker: "It’s our fifth Worlds appearance. I remember the last time we weren’t able to win the championship..."
On the 25th (KST), SK Telecom T1 defeated DAMWON Gaming 3-0 and reached the 2019 LCK Summer Split finals, also claiming a spot at the 2019 World Championship. They will now meet Griffin on the 31st to
SKT Teddy: "The worst meta ever was the Ardent Censer. It’s a radical meta where the performance on other lanes doesn’t matter."
SK Telecom T1 managed to defeat Kingzone DragonX in the first match after Lunar New Year's break. It was a close game as SKT won two straight games after their loss in Game 1. In today's game, Teddy's