“China took all our crowns away. Next year, we’ll get them all back.”
Following a strong display of confidence from Faker during an ESPN interview, SKT T1 seem to be heading in a good direction. In addition to commending his teammates, he is showing that next year will mark the return of the Demon King.
Following an already sub-par season, SKT T1 did not qualify for the 2018 World Championship. During the off-season, SKT started the process of rebuilding the team from the ground up while keeping a strong foundation.
“Everyone is very talkative, and in turn, our team atmosphere saw some change. It’s definitely loud.Faker’s response during an interview with InvenGlobal
Everyone has a loud personality. We became close to each other, really quickly.”
Fans are excited after seeing the new iteration of SKT T1’s first official match at KesPa Cup. In a 2-0 series over APK Prince, the team also put their unique play styles on display. During the first game, a methodical approach was taken that displayed Korean League of Legends at its finest. Following this, the pace rapidly increased as the game finished with a total of 41 deaths.
Although China is the current World Champion, there is no question that SKT T1 is on a journey to take back what was once theirs.