Lee “Faker” Sang-hyuk is returning to the team after a one-month absence due to injury.
On February 2, T1 announced that, after consulting with the players and coaching staff, they concluded that Faker is able to play again, based on a specialist’s report on his health. As a result, Faker will return to action in the team’s match against the Guangdong Freecs on the same day, and Sung-won “Phoebe” Yoon, who has been filling in for Faker, will return to the second team. 먹튀검증
“We hope you will stay with T1 for the rest of the LCK Summer Split, and we hope you will give us a lot of support so that the team can prepare well for the 2023 LCK Playoffs,” said T1 Head Coach Jung Ho-yoon.
Faker revealed that he was suffering from wrist pain after a match against the Nongshim Red Force on July 2. He was subsequently sidelined and was replaced by second-team mid laner Poby for the LCK matches starting on July 5. After Faker’s departure, T1 went 1-7 and slipped down the standings. T1 is currently in fifth place with seven wins and nine losses.