The Korean rank race before MSI 2022 begins is always of interest to fans, but the T1 members do not focus on climbing solo queue.
Before MSI 2022 officially begins, the Korean LoL server is the “playground” that most players want to conquer. Currently, the players are all trying to get the highest score. In which LCS members Evil Geniuses are leading this race, the one with the highest achievement is bot laner Danny. The fact that the players compete to climb the Korean server ranking shows that they are all trying their best at this MSI.
In this top 10 list, there are 2 names from the VCS region, the bottom lane duo Shogun – Taki of SGB. It can be seen that the two young SGB players still want to prove themselves in the international arena. Taki and Shogun’s current performance has surpassed their opponents in the same group, which is quite a commendable effort from the bot lane duo SGB.
Previously, the members of SGB also reached the top of the Korean League of Legends Challenge rankings, but this time the level of competition is much higher. Therefore, a high ranking will help SGB members be more confident in the upcoming MSI matches.
While the other team members are trying to climb the ranks, the fans are quite curious because the T1 player is nowhere to be seen. Specifically, the member with the highest score of T1 is Zeus but is ranked 41st on the chart. The rest of the members all have quite low scores, which is completely different from the expected performance of the T1 members.
Thus, the T1 players are really not too interested in this solo queue race. Even the 2nd candidate for the MSI championship, RNG, did not appear at the top of this ranking. It seems that both teams are preparing thoroughly for the upcoming battle. Especially T1, they need to let the players get used to the Ping 35 level to make sure it doesn’t affect their performance.
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