Faker still believes that playing with the Blue team will be the best condition in all aspects to win matches.
Immediately after the end of MSI 2022, a big controversy broke out when T1’s coach Polt said that this team had lost to Royal Never Give Up just because it had to choose the Red side. And indeed, in their 3 wins, RNG was selected on the Green side, making a part of the League of Legends community, especially T1 fans, more convinced that the Green side has an advantage.
And the fact that the Blue side or the Red side has an advantage, which has also been discussed for a long time in the League of Legends community. There used to be some opinions that if you play on the Green side, you will have a little more advantage. Especially when the Dragon buff gets stronger and stronger, the Blue side (which will spawn Dragons a bit faster) will be more and more popular.
Recently, after the victory against Nongshim RedForce, Faker was once again asked about this issue. Although he and his teammates won against NS, when T1 had to pick the Red side (in games 1 and 2), they couldn’t win in game 2. And Faker admitted that the Blue side was always stronger. in all situations.
Faker said after the match: “The Blue side always has the advantage in every situation, especially having a great influence in picks and bans. But beyond that, there’s also the advantage of terrain. The position of the game interface is also more favorable for the Green side, so it will be easier psychologically. Not to mention, the Red side is viewed from above, and the Blue side is viewed from the bottom. Blue is also visually pleasing.”
In addition, Faker also set his mind to the remaining matches of the group stage of the LCK Summer 2022. But it is a fact that the win rate of the Blue team is somewhat higher than that of the Red side and this may still be. a significant factor affecting the results of upcoming matches, similar to what happened in the last MSI 2022 Finals.
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