Now we can call him 'Golden Faker'.
South Korea 'League of Legends' national team won the gold medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games. World-class player ‘Faker’ Lee Sang-hyeok also won his first gold medal.
In the Hangzhou Asian Games 'League of Legends' final, the Korean national team won against Taiwan with a set score of 2:0. Korea won a silver medal after losing to China in the 2018 Asian Games 'League of Legends' (demonstration sport). However, Korea won the gold medal this time.
In the first set, Taiwan took the risk of choosing 'Singed'. However, 'Kanavi' Jin-hyeok Seo from South Korea successfully ganked and prevented 'Singed' from growing. Taiwan tried to slay South Korea 'Chovy' Jeong Ji-hoon, but 'Chovy' Jeong Ji-hoon was able to deflect the opponent's attacks with 'Ari'. In the meantime, other South Korean players grow well. In the end, South Korea won the first set by destroying the enemy Nexus.
In the second set, Taiwan attacked South Korea first, and South Korea's 'Ruler' Park Jae-hyuk died. ‘Ruler’ Park Jae-hyuk later died again, and the power of both teams became similar. However, South Korea's 'Kanavi' Jin-hyeok Seo stole the Rift Herald that Taiwan was hunting.
And the atmosphere changed with the death of Taiwan's key champion, 'Neeko'. South Korea summoned the Rift Herald to the mid lane and destroyed both the opponent's first and second turrets. From this point on, South Korea started to lead.
South Korea continued to win team fights that took place in the latter half of the game. South Korea hunted Baron Nashor and obtained the dragon soul. South Korea, which had secured overwhelming power, advanced and won the championship by destroying the enemy Nexus.
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