In addition to sharing about the meta, Faker also revealed the reason for selling equipment and losing money in the match with Nongshim RedForce.
After the victory over Nongshim RedForce, T1 temporarily rose to the top half of the LCK Summer 2022 rankings. Although this was a 2-0 victory, the community left a lot of talk about the defending champion’s performance. LCK in game 2. Among them, there were also quite a few fans curious about the reason why Faker sold items and made a loss of more than 250 gold when using Azir.
To answer all those questions, Faker had an interesting post-match interview.
First, talking about selling the Boomstick in the 22nd minute, Faker said: “I tried to pick a strong item in the mid-game (the Void Staff). But suddenly things took a turn for the worse, and I decided that I needed the Zhonya Hourglass right away. So I sold the Boomstick. I think that equipment is worth much more than the lost gold.”
Referring to the long game against NS (both spring and summer), Faker said: “This is not a coincidence, because by the end of the game, the team was able to keep calm and deploy their play well in Mid to late game is easier to win.”
Sharing about the meta, Faker commented that this is a meta that is heavy on “small fights”, it is similar to the meta of 2015-2016. Additionally, he revealed: “The meta has changed over the last few years, but this update is very similar to the old meta when the game was focused on teamfights, so it doesn’t seem like a difficult meta. .”
Not only that, the Demon King also thinks that the current meta is completely capable of bringing Master Yi to the mid lane.
Besides, Faker also believes that DWG KIA and Gen.G are the two biggest opponents this season, but he is still very confident in the strength of T1: “I think a new member won’t change much. to DK. With T1, we learned a lot from MSI, our teamwork is at a very high level. I believe we will produce great results this summer.”
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