According to T1’s published schedule, they are one of the teams with extremely thick streaming time in the first 2 weeks of the new year 2023.
The 2023 LCK Spring Split is less than 3 weeks away from officially kicking off. However, the T1 players showed great preparation when they spent the first 2 weeks of the year meeting their fans without streaming, relaxing as well as cultivating the spirit of competition. blood.
Fortunately at this time, T1’s competition time is quite convenient for fans in Vietnam because Korean time is only 1 hour earlier than us. The specific viewing schedule will fall in time frames such as 15:00, 17:00, 21:00 on weekdays (January 3 – January 15).
Notably, Faker’s stream schedule in week 1 is: 17:00, 21:30 on Tuesday, 15:00 on Wednesday, 21:00 on Friday and Saturday. Meanwhile, week 2 will be 21: 00 Monday and Tuesday, 17:00, Thursday 21:30, Saturday and Sunday 21:30. This year Faker will have English subtitles so viewers can understand what he’s saying, just knowing the foreign language. In addition to League of Legends, Faker is also known to play mini games while waiting to enter the match, which is also very interesting.
It is known that in 2023, T1 members will continue to stream on the Korean app AfreecaTV like last year. At AfreecaTV, viewers can also buy Balloons to give to their favorite streamers, the equivalent conversion price is 1 USD = 10 Balloons = 1,000 KRW.
Here is the stream link of T1 players updated at afreecatv page as follows:
In 2022, in the 2022 season, the T1 team set an unprecedented record and won a glorious victory in the group stage with 18 consecutive matches. Then in the playoffs, T1 in turn defeated Kwangdong Freecs 3-0, Gen.G 3-1 to crown the 10th LCK champion. Up to now, T1 has won the most championships. The 3 following teams are Gen.G (3 times), DWG KIA (3 times), KT Rolster (2 times) combined. That shows how big the power of T1 is.