Although T1 is proving its strength with an impressive series of achievements in the LCK Spring 2023, but when it comes to MSI 2023, T1 still has to be behind RNG in 1 index.
In the 2023 LCK Spring Split, T1 is proving itself to be unrivaled by continuously setting new records. Winning a ticket to enter the finals of the tournament also shows that T1’s exciting spirit when this team has a very high chance of winning the championship. Besides, the ticket to the final round also makes T1 the first team to attend the upcoming MSI 2023 in London.
By “sweeping” a series of opponents with the victory in the LCK Spring, T1 has also set new records. The first record to mention is the fact that they have won the right to attend the finals of the LCK season for the 14th time. Previously, with 13 times participating in the final round, T1 and his teammates had 9 championships.
At MSI, T1 also participated in this tournament for the 6th time and became the team with the most number of times. The following names are G2 Esports (G2), Royal Never Give Up (RNG) and Flash Wolves (FW) respectively with 4 participations for each team.
Up to now, RNG is the team that cannot participate in MSI 2023 after losing to Bilibili Gaming. However, despite not being able to participate in MSI 2023, this team still outperformed T1. Accordingly, in 4 times participating in this international tournament, RNG has been crowned 3 times – an extremely respectable achievement.
However, this number can be leveled when T1 is in strong form to enter the MSI 2023, while RNG is officially at home this season. The opportunity to set new records with T1 at MSI 2023 seems to be within reach.