On the eve of the 2022 Summer LCK, a seasoned Korean League of Legends coach had to leave the tournament, suspected of being attacked by the crazy T1 fan.
Only a few hours left, the 2022 Summer LCK will officially kick off. This will be an extremely important season because in addition to the championship, the teams will have to compete fiercely for the places of the 2022 Worlds in San Francisco. The pressure is even heavier on the T1 players when they are the defending champion of the LCK Spring 2022. In particular, because they failed at MSI 2022, Faker and his teammates only have Worlds 2022 as the only tournament for them to think about. to international titles this season.
But recently, another incident involving T1 and Faker is causing a stir in the LCK community. Specifically, in the latest development, BLV Kim Dong-joon – one of the most veteran coaches of the LCK, who has been with professional Korean League of Legends for 10 years, suddenly withdrew from the cast team for the upcoming season. LCK Summer 2022 this time. The reason given by the male BLV is for a personal matter, but the LCK community doesn’t think it’s that simple.
Accordingly, the Korean media and online community have an opinion that BLV Dong-joon has to leave his position because he is attacked by crazy fans. And according to some information from the LCK online community, this is a crazy fan of T1 and specifically of Faker. According to some arguments, maybe in the comment section of a match in MSI 2022, BLV Dong-joon was careless, only reading the champion’s name without reading Faker’s name.
And because of this “carelessness” with Faker, according to the LCK community, some crazy fans of T1 attacked the male BLV. Although he is seasoned, perhaps this time for BLV Dong-joon is a bit too much. And so, the male BLV decided to withdraw from the caster team of this LCK Summer 2022 this time. Instead, he will switch to League of Legends: Wild Rift and will comment on this subject of the LPL region.
However, the suspicions poured into the crazy fans of T1 are still only the doubts of the online community and neither side has given specific evidence. It can only be said that the most disadvantaged is still the LCK audience when they lose a quality and experienced coach even though the tournament is less than 1 day away from starting.
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