The LoL Esports Manager game recently officially launched a very special card to mark the 10th anniversary of Faker’s career.
The LoL community that loves Faker knows that these days are meaningful times for Faker when he officially passed his 10-year milestone. Specifically, the T1 captain celebrated 10 years since the first day of his professional debut. This is not only a special event for Faker but also for T1 in general.
Faker’s name is associated with LoL Esports Manager, so this game will not ignore this phase of Faker. On the occasion of Faker’s 10th anniversary, this game has the first images of the legendary T1 mid laner card. Completely different from other cards, Faker’s card has a luxurious metallic bronze color. Besides, on the card there is also an image of Faker wearing a shirt with the word Legend – This is a costume that no other player card has.
In addition, this card also contains the number 105 – the highest of all player cards appearing in LoL Esports Manager. It must be understood that in the set of T1 cards according to the 2022 season, the photo only has the number 91. Although very high, it has not been able to reach the unprecedented number in the precedent of the upcoming card.
The LoL Esports Manager side revealed that this card will be officially released on March 31 (local time) along with the 10th anniversary event of LPL. Many people evaluate that this card of Faker can be integrated with indicators related to Faker’s play style and style from the past to the present.
Most especially, general Zed is the general that appears in Faker’s card. This is the champion that brought Faker as well as the LoL audience one of the most classic handling phases of the LoL village. It was a 1v1 situation with the legendary Ryu who was also extremely good at Zed at the time.
It can be said that Faker’s playing career has been associated with League of Legends in general and the LCK in particular. While his colleagues soon switched careers, Faker persisted in wearing T1’s shirt. Many viewers expect that he will win every title with T1 this year to celebrate his illustrious playing career.