Dexerto’s The Jungle breaks T1’s LCK winning streak

Things are heating up in the world of competitive League of Legends as we get closer to the end of the Spring Split and Mid Season Invitational 2022.

With all the crazy roster changes and surprise surprises we’ve seen so far this spring, this year’s first international event promises to be an exciting one. The cast of Dexertos The Jungle came together to discuss their thoughts on League around the world.

Host Daniel ‘dGon’ Gonzales was joined by Christopher ‘MonteCristo’ Mykkles and Christian ‘IWDominate’ Rivera to cover all things Global League. With the playoffs looming for all four major regions of the league, the conversation quickly turned to the only team currently unbeaten in one major region: the LCK’s T1.

T1 back at the top of the LCK

One of the most exciting stories in League of Legends this year has been the resurgence of T1. As one of the most successful league organizations of all time, T1’s performance in recent years has been far from outstanding as the team failed to make it to the 2018 and 2020 World Cups.

Their 2018 near miss marked the first time in League history that the Org did not compete in a World Championship.

But 2022 was T1’s year as they are currently undefeated with a 14-0 record, continuing their longest winning streak to date from the summer of 2015. And spearheading that charge is League’s most famous player: the immortal Demon King Lee “Faker” Sanghyeok.

The reality of the T1 winning streak

However, MonteCristo had a healthy dose of reality for T1 fans, stating that “the playoffs are really going to be the deciding factor for this T1 roster.”

“They didn’t face most of their opponents at full strength. At least not their most dangerous opponents.”

Several LCK teams have been forced to add substitutes to their starting rosters due to COVID outbreaks. Especially the second-placed team Gen.G of the LCK could not set up their full starting line-up in any of their games against T1.

Both matchups resulted in losses for Gen.G, but could the results have been different had Gen.G been in full strength? It’s hard to say as T1 won’t be playing Gen.G again until the playoffs. With two games gone against their toughest opponent, it’s looking increasingly likely that T1 could be able to secure an undefeated LCK split. Dexerto’s The Jungle breaks T1’s LCK winning streak

Emma Bowman

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