A new record has been broken in the League of Legends scene. Living legend, Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok has reached 2,000 kills in the LCK competition. This comes after years of work and fierce competition, so it’s no achievement to be taken lightly. It was finally during T1’s match against Afreeca Freecs in the 2020 League of Legends Champions Korea Spring Split when Faker successfully made 12 kills that tallied his total up to 2,000. This makes him the first-ever player in LCK history to reach 2,000 kills.
A little history: This nigh-unkillable fighting machine has been a part of SK Telecom T1 since 2013, and has created countless highlights in various competitions. He’s won the LCK championship eight times, the World Championship three times, and is among the most decorated of League of Legends players ever seen. Recently, Faker re-signed with T1 on a three-year contract that goes until 2022, which also makes him a part-owner of the team. Now that his 2,000th kill is down, he’s still obviously got more things he wants to achieve.
This kind of blows my laziness records out of the water.