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Faker coming to LPL next season? Doinb reports: There have been three high offers

via:手机中国     time:2022/11/25 16:01:50     readed:176

The transfer period of the major professional leagues of the League of Legends has been opened recently, among which the most concerned is LPL and LCK. The teams that failed or did not enter the World Competition this year seize this opportunity to strengthen, and strive for a good result next year to increase the visibility and commercial value of the team.

As the first player in the League of Legends, Faker has been in the T1 (former SKT) team since the beginning of his career as a middle player, but in this offseason, there was once again the news that Faker would be transferred.


Recently, the LNG team's current single player Doinb made the following remarks in the live broadcast: “ Zoe had a chance with Epipheleus, and then she wanted to go to the Raz team. This year Razzi is really thinking about it, he really wants to go to another division.In addition, LPL has three teams offering him prices, all of which are very high. I can't tell you the specific amount, but they are very high. ”


In addition, he said: But I guess Raze will stay with the team, because the LPL offer, not LCK team can't offer. So it's up to him to decide. I'm not him. He signs it. But personally, I think he will stay with the team, because the LPL team offered him, his team will definitely make it. ”

There is speculation in the media that Doinb's Zoe, Epipheleus and Ruiz represent EDG's Scout and Viper and T1's Faker, respectively.


Scout was originally going to HLE with Viper to form Galactus. But Faker may not be re-signed at T1, Scout wants to go to T1.

The reason is that the team configuration and strength of T1 is no worse than that of HLE, and Scout was first cultivated by T1. She originally wanted to take over Faker's class, but she did not expect Faker to play until now, so Scout had to go to LPL. Now with a chance to be a T1 starter, it makes sense for Scout to be tempted.


According to the professionals involved,When JoeMarsh, the American owner, took over at T1, he became more commercial and neglected the development of competition.

On the eve of this year's MSI, Faker also joked on air that there were too many fan meetings and filming events, and too few training matches and breaks.

And Faker as one. A pragmatist. Obviously not, so that's one of the reasons people think Faker might move.

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