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T1 Gumayusi hints at doable post-Worlds 2023 T1 shuffle

T1 Gumayusi hints at doable post-Worlds 2023 T1 shuffle

Certainly one of South Korea’s iconic League of Legends groups could be going for one final run.

T1’s League roster — Choi “Zeus” Woo-je, Mun “Oner” Hyeon-jun, Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok, Lee “Gumayusi” Min-hyeong, and Ryu “Keria” Min-seok — has performed collectively for 2 years withj quite a few milestones below their belt.

T1 Gumayusi, the workforce’s bot laner, has dropped hints about what might occur to all 5 T1 gamers after the conclusion of Worlds 2023 later this yr.

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T1 Gumayusi says Worlds 2023 could be the final time we’ll be seeing all 5 T1 gamers collectively

“I do know this may not sit effectively with some followers, however I can’t shake the sensation that this might be our ultimate Worlds along with this specific workforce,” T1 Gumayusi stated throughout an interview with Korean media News Naver, as translated by ONE Esports.

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This roster has remained intact since 2022, securing victory within the LCK Spring 2022 playoffs. Regardless of coming shut, they fell simply wanting successful championships at MSI 2022, LCK Summer season 2022 playoffs, Worlds 2022, LCK Spring 2023 playoffs, and LCK Summer season 2023 playoffs.

T1 Gumayusi posing with V sign at MSI 2023 bracket stage day 2
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“I hope we are able to lastly reap all of the rewards for all our previous runner-ups at Worlds 2023,” he added.

As of now, T1 has not issued an official assertion relating to the standing of their LoL gamers after Worlds.

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Following the championship occasion, the contracts of Zeus, Gumayusi, Keria, and substitute participant Kim “Sky” Ha-neul are set to run out in November. None of those gamers have confirmed whether or not they are going to renew their contracts with T1 or discover different choices exterior the group.

T1 will begin their journey in Worlds 2023 throughout the Swiss Stage, the place they are going to compete towards groups from varied main areas in addition to the groups which have certified from the Play-In Stage.

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