The upcoming 2022 season is expected to be extremely attractive. From the LPL to the LCK, nearly all teams have personnel changes. Only a few teams are keeping the old roster or bringing in young players from the 2nd team. Among these is T1 – the team that has said goodbye to veterans and at the present time, it can be said that the entire T1 lineup is young players, except for their icon – Faker.
T1 in the 2022 season is an almost comprehensive young squad with only one seasoned name, Faker
Recently, international media suddenly stated that T1 will be a candidate for the upcoming World Championship 2022. At the present time, this judgment is really premature. However, according to the argument made, T1 has players at the career maturity level. Bot pair Gumayusi – Keria performed so well at Worlds 2021 last, especially when Gumayusi first attended the biggest tournament in League of Legends in his career. Oner is getting more and more mature and Zeus is a very talented young player. Not to mention that the team is being led by the legendary Faker – who has proven that as a playmaker he still plays extremely well.
Reporter FionnOnFire suddenly commented early that T1 will be a candidate for the World Championship 2022
However, this statement of the media was opposed by the LPL community – the area that owns the World Championship 2021 thanks to the achievement of EDward Gaming. Someone even sarcastically: “Win the LCK first, then talk”.
Zeus is overblown, let him confront Bin or Ale and say
Win the LCK first and then talk
If the forest doesn’t improve, that’s okay too
At the moment, T1 can be considered as having a young and extremely talented squad. If competing at Worlds 2022, the only name lacking in experience in this arena is Zeus. This will likely be T1’s weakness as young players are easily overwhelmed by the rigors of Worlds matches. In the case of Flandre (EDG) or Gumayusi (T1), even though they first played at Worlds 2021, these players themselves have had a long time playing regularly in the domestic arena. Meanwhile, Zeus will only start playing starting from Spring 2022, after Canna leaves and Zeus’ psychological factor can greatly affect T1’s performance at Worlds 2022, in Faker’s case. and teammates have the opportunity to participate in this tournament.
Zeus – the youngest T1 player currently and has no experience at Worlds
However, any judgment at the moment is still too early. T1 in general and Zeus in particular will probably only focus on the upcoming Spring 2022 and the goal is the championship to attend MSI 2022. As for the rest, it will probably have to wait until Summer 2022. delineable.