Among the few who would dispute T1's Faker's position as king of the League of Legends, some believe that his reign will come to an end shortly. A recent interview conducted by Korizon's Ashley Kang revealed that Faker also believes that there will be other LCK players in the future who will surpass him in terms of their achievements in League of Legends and that he will leave a lasting legacy in the game. Faker said in a statement that there is a good chance others like him will emerge in the future. At present, it is apparent that we are seeing an increase in players who are staying active in the LCK as long as I... Eventually, we will be welcoming players who may be able to match my career, even if they may not necessarily surpass it.”
There are several records Faker has broken in the last few days alone. During the last week alone, he became the first player in the competition to reach 500 wins, while yesterday he broke the mark of 2,600 kills by becoming the first player in the competition to break this record. SK Telecom T1 has been a professional League of Legends team since 2013 when the mid later decided to join. Since then, he has played with the team for over a year, leading them to many domestic as well as international trophies, among them three World Championships. The 2022 LCK Summer Split is underway and Faker is set to return to action on Wednesday when he takes on Hanwha Life in the first match of the split.