For 11-year pro Lee “Faker” Sang-hyuk, who made his debut in 2013, age has certainly been just a number. In the decade since he lifted the Summoner’s Cup, the trophy for the LOL World Championship (LOL Cup) in his debut year, he has been dubbed an all-time living legend.
Lee “Faker” Sang-hyuk’s streak of 10 years without a break has come to an end. Shortly after the team’s 2-1 first-round victory over Nongshim at Roll Park LCK Arena in Jongno, Seoul, on April 2, Lee “Faker” Sang-hyuk revealed that he is currently not feeling well, complaining of pain in his arm.
He had been suffering from pain since the game against OK Brion on the 17th of last month, and it was confirmed that he underwent a medical examination on the afternoon of the 3rd. The results of the examination are still being kept under wraps inside T1. The painful arm was reportedly his right arm. Even when interviewed by reporters on the 2nd, Lee did not use his right arm for a single moment 토토사이트.
T1 will reveal more about Lee’s future, including his rehabilitation, including intensive treatment, in a livestream hosted by head coach Jeong Ho-yoon, scheduled for 11 p.m. on April 6. A T1 representative said, “There is no confirmation from within regarding Lee “Sang-hyuk” Lee’s physical condition. However, we know that we will be able to communicate about his physical condition in the upcoming Thursday live broadcast by Head Coach Jung Hoe-yoon.” The T1 representative was coy about his current status.