Up to the present time, the World Finals (World Championship) 2022 has come to an end when only the Finals match remains. Whichever of the two teams T1 and DRX takes the throne in this year’s tournament, it will be the champion that convinces the audience. Because, both teams have had a arduous journey as well as giving the best performances.
On T1 and DRX’s journey to the Finals, their players performed exceptionally well. These can be mentioned as Faker with great performances in matches against JD Gaming or Royal Never Give Up. Zeka completely destroyed Scout and EDward Gaming in the quarterfinals… It can be said that Worlds 2022 deserves to be one of the most attractive Worlds in League of Legends history.
But if Faker is already a monument of the LoL village, then Zeka is emerging as an interesting unknown. From being a player “who never grew up”, having to wander from team to team, Zeka is now the soul of DRX’s gameplay. In the 3 wins of DRX against Gen.G in the last semi-final, Zeka was the leader of “Blue Dragon”, not Deft or BeryL.
Witnessing Zeka’s top performance at Worlds 2022, especially from the Quarterfinals onwards, many viewers think that DRX’s young player is the convergence of the quintsense of the two best-rated Mid laners. Present: Chovy and Knight. At the same time, there is an extremely interesting element: both of these characters are defeated generals at the hands of Zeka.
According to the comments from the audience, Zeka has the best individual skills in the group today. This was evident when he used Akali to roam among the Gen.G lineup. Or when Zeka beat a seasoned player Scout four times in a row in one-on-one situations. Outstanding individual skill is what is most visible in Chovy and Knight throughout the years of their careers.
Zeka can move around to support his teammates but is still better than Chovy in terms of minions. Even when using a “background” champion like Galio, Zeka still knows how to shine even though the opponents are veteran names of the LoL village. To sum it up, Zeka is an upgraded version of the two seniors as he is not tied to any style of play.
Another feature is that although Zeka is young and this is the first Worlds, he shows great bravery. If Chovy has moments of awkwardness leading to mishandling, throughout the games, even in adverse situations, Zeka remains extremely calm. Typically, in game 3 against EDG, he did not make any mistakes and set the stage for DRX’s divine comeback.
In front of Zeka is the opponent that he will have to overcome if he wants to become the world’s No. 1 Mid laner – Faker. This is also the biggest challenge in Zeka’s career up to now. The match will not be easy, but fans of Zeka and DRX can fully trust the young talent born in 2002 will bring outstanding performances against the “giant” T1.