“Team captain Jung Hoe-hoon’s broadcast has been changed from the 6th to the 5th at 11pm.”
T1, which had announced that it would announce Lee “Sang-hyuk” Lee’s departure on the 6th despite having the last game of the first round against DRX on the 5th, has reversed its stance and decided to move up the official announcement within a day. 가입머니
On July 4 at 8 p.m., T1 announced on their official SNS, “Dear fans. The communication broadcast by Team Leader Jung ‘Becker’ Hoeyoon, which was scheduled for July 6, has been changed to July 5 at 11 PM. Please note the change to the original announcement with the words, ‘Thank you for watching.
Lee “Becker” Sang-hyuk is a living legend of LOL esports around the world, having debuted in the LCK in 2013 with T1’s predecessor, SK Telecom K, where he won 10 league titles, three Rold Cups, and two MSIs.
In September, he was selected to represent Korea at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games in LOL. Overseas, expectations for his participation in the tournament are high as esports has been a hot topic at the Asian Games.
However, he revealed that he is currently not feeling well, complaining of pain in his arm shortly after his 2-1 win against Nongshim in the first round. Lee Sang-hyuk has been suffering from pain since the match against OK Brion on the 17th of last month. Initially, he was scheduled to reveal his rehabilitation plan, including future intensive treatment, via live streaming on May 6 at 11 p.m., but changed it to May 5 at 11 p.m., a day earlier.