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In an interview with Upcomer’s Warren Younger, three-time League of Legends World Champion and longtime Top 1 Mid Laner Faker discussed his thoughts on being a veteran and how he has learned to cope with the pressure of being at the top for such a long period of time. Faker has been a member of the Top 1 Mid Laner position for the majority of his career.
Although Faker has won the title of World Champion three times, the most recent time he was able to raise the Summoner’s Cup was at Worlds 2016, after their team defeated Samsung Galaxy by a score of 3-2 in the championship match. The seasoned T1 mid laner, on the other hand, finds himself in a position where he has a legitimate opportunity to win his fourth World Champion title. His capacity to perform well under “pressure” is largely responsible for this.
“I feel like, in the past, there were a couple of times when I felt pressure, but now that I can actually overcome that on my own, now I get even more excited,” Faker said to Upcomer. “It’s not like I’m going to be able to do it all by myself,” Faker added. “When I play, I play off of those extremely upbeat and enthusiastic feelings.”
T1 completely revamped its lineup for the 2021 season, centering it all on Faker and gradually building up rookie talent throughout the season. In the year 2022, Faker is currently competing against a group of talented players who do not have as much experience as he does. As a collective unit, his four teammates on T1 have competed in a total of 17 LCK splits, whereas Faker himself has competed in a total of 22 splits during his career as a League professional.
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One of the things that motivated Faker to become an even better professional and address these weak spots of his own was the fact that he was the only veteran on T1 among a group of young players with a lot of potential.
“Because I’m the captain of the team, everyone around me kind of looks up to me,” Faker said. “Especially because I’ve been here the longest.” “That’s why I think I put even more effort to show a better version of myself and make sure that I’m available whenever they need me for help,” I think to myself. “That’s why I think I put even more effort to show a better version of myself.”
In the Worlds 2022 quarterfinals, Faker advanced to the semifinals by advancing past the LPL fourth seed Royal Never Give Up. In the semifinals, Faker will face off against the LPL first seed JD Gaming.
Although Faker has faced adversity in the form of the semifinals every year since 2019, he is unfazed by the “pressure” of these obstacles that stand in his way. It can only be determined by the passage of time whether or not this refreshed frame of mind will result in his fourth World Championship title.
JD Gaming and T1 will face off in the semifinals on Saturday, October 29, at the Statefarm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. This event will take place in the United States. The winner of this match will advance to the championship match of the Worlds 2022 and face off against the victor of the other semifinal matchup, which will be played between DRX and Gen.G.
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