Will T1’s Circus Work Against the Gen. G

Will T1’s Circus Work Against the Gen. G

Travel blogger

The T1 squad challenging for the 2024 LCK Spring Championship. From the left, Choi “Zeus” Woo-je, “Owner” Hyun-jun Moon, “Faker” Sang-hyeok Lee, Ryu “Keria” Min-seok, and “Kumayushi” Min-hyeong. The photo shows the T1 team taking a group photo before the 2023 League of Legends World Championship game. (Provided by Riot Games)

Will T1’s circus work against the ‘final boss’ Gen.G?


Around the corner, Gen.G Esports and T1 face off again in the finals.

The 2024 LCK (League of Legends Champions Korea) Spring Split has reached its final stage.

Gen.G and T1 will face off in the final battle for the championship cup on the 14th.

The two teams set a record of meeting in the finals five times in a row from the spring of 2022 to the spring of 2024. 카지노사이트탑

In addition, T1 reached the finals for the sixth time in a row and Gen.G for the fifth time in a row, proving once again that they are the two suns of the LCK in name and reality.

Whichever of the two teams, Gen.G and T1, wins, they will set an all-time record.

First, if Gen.G wins, they will win four splits in a row from Summer 2022 to Spring 2024.

Winning the LCK four times in a row is a new record that no team has yet achieved.

T1 achieved 'three consecutive wins' twice by winning from the 2015 Spring to the 2016 Spring and from the 2019 Spring to the 2020 Spring, and Dplus Kia achieved a 'three pit' by winning from the 2020 Summer to the 2021 Summer.

Gen.G is recording 3 consecutive wins, winning from the 2022 Summer to the 2023 Summer.

If he succeeds in winning his fourth consecutive championship today, Gen.G's mid laner Jeong "Chovy" Ji-hoon will become the first player to win four consecutive championships.

T1 is also a golden opportunity to break its own ‘most wins’ record.

T1 has won the LCK 10 times so far, and if they win today, they will set a record of 'V11' winning 11 times.

In this case, T1 mid laner ‘Faker’ Lee Sang-hyeok and coach Kim Jeong-gyun also achieved an unrivaled feat of winning the LCK 11 times.

Gen.G is significantly ahead in both teams' recent opponents' records.

Not only did they win every time they met in the regular league this season, but every time they met in the LCK finals from Summer 2022 to Summer 2023, Gen.G won the championship.

On the contrary, for T1, it is the best stage to get revenge on Gen.G, who lost in the last three consecutive finals.

The key point to watch is whether Gen.G will continue its undefeated streak in the LCK finals as T1's nemesis, and whether T1 will be able to overcome its trauma against Gen.G.

The key to the match is whether T1's circus will work against the 'final boss' Gen.G.

T1 is introducing cards that other teams do not use, not only in the regular league but also in the playoffs.

Top Bane and Support Camille are representative T1 weapons.

In particular, the battle for numbers in the top line is expected to be fierce.

This is because while T1's 'Zeus' Choi Woo-je has Top Vayne and Top Zac, Gen.G's 'Gi-in' Kim Ki-in has a hidden card called Top Urgot.

There is a high possibility that they will release Rek'Sai, who is considered the OP champion in the current meta, and aim to counter each other.

Meanwhile, it appears that Gen.G will focus on keeping the bottom line, the core of the T1 circus, in check.

T1 often gives Senna, Varus, etc. to long-distance dealer 'Kumayushi' Lee Min-hyeong for the circus.

In particular, Senna, who can hold on to the lane alone while also being able to carry and support the team in the second half, is considered key.

In fact, Lee Min-hyung used Senna four times in this playoffs, the most.

On the other hand, Gen.G prefers to give hyper carry champions such as Jerry and Aphelios to distance dealer Kim ‘Phase’ Soo-hwan. In the case of Gen.G, it appears that they will try to reduce variables by banning Senna.

The match between the two teams, Gen.G and T1, will take place at the KSPO Dome located in Olympic Park, Songpa-gu, Seoul starting at 3 PM today.

The match will be played as a best-of-five, best-of-five match.

As both teams are participating in the 2024 MSI (Mid-Season Invitational), an international competition held in Chengdu, China, as LCK representatives, today's match is expected to have an impact on the upcoming game.

Link to appstore phone
Install Iceland’s biggest travel app

Download Iceland’s biggest travel marketplace to your phone to manage your entire trip in one place

Scan this QR code with your phone camera and press the link that appears to add Iceland’s biggest travel marketplace into your pocket. Enter your phone number or email address to receive an SMS or email with the download link.