Many T1 fans who watched the 2022 League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational have found that the tournament was not as smoothly as it would. However, they may, however, discover some satisfaction with their play against Evil Geniuses following their victory.
According to Oracles Elixir, the rumble stage hasn''t appeared too great for the LCK champions, especially after dropping two games against both G2 Esports and Royal Never Give Up. Their top lane duo of Gumayusi and Keria haven''t looked as dominant as we expected this spring. The young AD has also seen a drop in KDA, damage numbers, and a decrease in participation when considering his Spring Split form.
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With his Gangplank choice, the Korean juggernauts have picked up plenty of slack, and in this game, it was Zeus. Early into the game, the top laner found a significant advantage against Impact, putting himself in for the remainder of the match.
Although EG was able to come up with exceptional pick potential from Bard and Twisted Fates, the young team wasnt able to translate this into the mid-to-late game. T1s team composition was much stronger in a traditional 5v5 situation, and after three teamfight victories, the LCKs quickly found themselves marching to victory.
Even so, LCS supporters should be surprised by how much their representatives have improved in the course of the tournament. The lineup is still quite inexperienced, with two of the tournament''s youngest players. As a result, theyll need plenty of time to adjust to the international grand stage, which will also result in a lot of anxiety.
As they continue their journey in Busan at MSI, catch EG and T1.