Just a few more days, LCK Spring 2022 will officially kick off. Similar to the “great rival” side of the LPL, the LCK also witnessed a lot of lineup changes during the last transfer window of the 2021 season. In particular, some names like DWG KIA or Gen.G Esports also re-established almost the entire lineup. Therefore, the upcoming Spring 2022 will be one of the most anticipated seasons by the audience.
LCK Spring 2022 is only a few days away from officially kicking off
Recently, in a poll before the LCK Spring 2022, the teams in this region selected for themselves candidates for the upcoming championship championship, and the rule is that teams cannot choose their own team. . The results of this poll were very surprising: Gen.G and T1 were considered as two championship candidate teams with each team having 4 choices. Only KT Rolster coach – Hirai and Hanwha Life Esports coach Kezman did not have their own votes, but based on the votes of the players.
Coaches of 10 teams vote for candidates for the 2022 LCK Spring Championship: Gen.G and T1 are the highest rated.
It can be seen that Gen.G and T1 are receiving high expectations from LCK fans in general, team fans in particular and experts. Gen.G had an exciting transfer period when they only kept Ruler, bid farewell to all the remaining names and brought in many new names. In which, there are 3 members of the mighty Griffins in 2019 (Doran, Chovy, Lehends) and the MVP of the LCK Summer 2021 group stage Peanut. The current Gen.G lineup is also considered by Doinb to have a good practice record with a win rate of nearly 100%.
Doinb revealed that Gen.G has an almost absolute win rate and thinks that this is the strongest team in the LCK Spring 2022.
As for T1, they have also parted ways with a series of names that can be considered extremely low-contribution to the team, with the exception of Canna still in the official lineup. T1 at the moment can be seen as a comprehensive combination of young players who are reaching maturity (Gumayusi, Keria) with potential players who need to be exploited more (Zeus, Oner). In particular, they still retain the legendary Faker – the elder of the team and have proven their ability to playmaker and call the team very well in the LCK Summer 2021 as well as the last 2021 World Championship.
T1 is also considered a candidate for the championship
But especially, the defending champion DK was “forgotten”. Although this team also changed blood in the last transfer window of the 2021 season, DK is still a formidable name with the ShowMaker – Canyon couple still there. Besides, the Nongshim RedForce or Hanwha Life Esports can completely challenge the top teams. All of this promises an extremely fierce 2022 LCK Spring Split where every mistake can cost teams.