The five big stars of Korean League of Legends have felt the fierce rivalry in Riot’s first and only FPS game.
There is no need to argue about the innate and natural gaming ability of the greatest player in the history of League of Legends. And for those who still have doubts, you can introduce them to the Faker livestream “showing” VALORANT with the T1 players a few days ago. Faker – who just won the LCK, Mid-Season Invitational (MSI) and World Finals 2022 runner-up – showed off his FPS gaming skills alongside Keria, Gumayusi, Zeus and Oner in two VALORANT matches. They went through two competitions together on two maps Haven and Ascent.
Except for Faker, all four other people have livestreamed this content. In the first game, Faker played Sova while Keria did the smoke mission and Gumayusi chose Sage. Zeus is the most aggressive player on the team with Jett. However, Faker didn’t have the best performance on Haven due to only 5/10 K/D. But that is not enough to stop the player who has reached the top three times of professional League of Legends. Faker came back strong in map 2 and played the role of a bearer. Although both T1 team matches lost, Faker earned K/D 13/14 and only lost compared to Zeus. Unfortunately, they also lost in a 3v1 situation before the end of the stream.
Talking more about map 2, Faker was given to Phoenix and because of that, he played a lot better. Despite their best efforts, it is clear that League of Legends players still cannot soon switch to… playing VALORANT in the near future. They’re just having fun around Silver in Ranked. However, the audience had more perspectives, references to the senses, hearing as well as the shooting skills of the T1 players. This is also considered an unforgettable memory for the members in the context that Faker has not yet decided whether to go or stay in T1 for the 2023 season.