Faker, you’re stuck in a gin, and you’re stopping the winning streak
Defending champion T1 (T1) stopped winning 24 consecutive games. This is the first defeat of the year.
T-One came from behind to lose 1-2 in the 2022 League of Legends (LoL) LSIK Summer League’s Canton Fricks at LCK Arena in Jongno-gu, Seoul on the 29th.
T-One ended its winning streak with 24 consecutive wins.
T-One got off to a good start by winning the first set after meeting Guangdong, which had been in a losing streak.
As he was ahead in objective power, a safe victory was expected.
But Guangdong fought back fiercely. In the second set, “Hoyt” Ryu Ho-sung won the victory by drawing a surprise Seraphin card, and ace “Ki-in” Kim Ki-in won the game seven times in the third set without dying once.
T-One, who beat Damwon Kia on the 25th and set a new record for the most consecutive wins (23 consecutive wins) seven years ago with 24 consecutive wins, challenged for 25 consecutive wins on the same day.
T-One united around “Faker” Lee Sang-hyuk and fought hard, but failed to prevent the defeat.