(Country) – Gumayusi shared about his 2022 season, especially the period before MSI 2022 kicks off.
For many T1 fans and especially Faker, the 2022 season cannot be considered a success. T1 only won the LCK Spring 2022 championship. Although they set the record for the longest unbeaten streak in League of Legends history, they were empty-handed at both MSI and Worlds. (Worlds) 2022 makes the above record only bring regret.
T1’s 2022 season has ended not really
But on a positive side, 2022 can be considered quite successful for some members of T1. Zeus had an official first season that couldn’t have been better. Not only showing unexpected excellence, Zeus is also the only T1 player to maintain his form throughout the season. However, the only match where Top Street born in 2004 was no longer himself, was the 2022 World Championship Finals.
Zeus performed well beyond expectations until the 2022 Worlds Finals
Another name that was also mentioned a lot by the LoL audience last season, besides Faker, was Gunner Gumayusi. After winning the 2022 LCK Spring Split with T1, Gumayusi made extremely confident statements ahead of MSI 2022. This made him the focus of the attention of the League of Legends community. However, that confidence was extinguished, especially after the loss of Royal Never Give Up in the MSI 2022 Finals.
Gumayusi is famous for his confident statements, especially before MSI 2022
Recently, Gumayusi shared about the last 2022 season, as well as his own overconfidence. ADC born in 2002 said: “I was extremely confident after winning the Spring Championship and had a record of 18 consecutive victories. At that time, I really felt that I was very talented and could win every match. It was easy. But when I was up against RNG, they took a big hit and helped me realize where I was.”
Failure at MSI 2022 dealt a heavy blow to Gumayusi’s somewhat arrogant confidence
After returning from MSI 2022, Gumayusi spent a summer with extremely volatile performance. The T1 ADC admits that the defeat at MSI 2022 has caused him and his teammates to have a difficult time. But after the team communicated more, the mistrust disappeared. This helps T1 complete the 2022 Summer LCK and have a pretty good journey at Worlds. Even, Gumayusi is also a factor that helps T1 retain hope in games with excellent performances with general Varus.
Gumayusi has made efforts but still cannot help T1 get the international title in the 2022 season
Gumayusi’s sometimes arrogant confidence is not too strange for T1 fans. But anyway, the T1 ADC is only 20 years old and with what has shown, Gumayusi has the right to be confident. What is achieved in 2022 will be an expensive lesson for Gumayusi to prepare to enter a new season – a time when he will have to perform even better to bring back titles for T1.