With the quite perfect launch of the name Clozer then the community began to place a lot of hope on this 17 year old young talent. Many people even question whether Clozer can overcome those who have been prepared for Faker Or not, or even surpassing Demon Lord Faker himself at the present time.
Here we will learn about the current fate of those who have been preparing for Faker:
Was one of the top mid laners in the world, even at a high time Easyhoon Faker also has a long reserve at SKT. However, after EasyToon’s World Championship in 2015, Easyhoon joined Vici Gaming. By 2018, Easyhoon retired and transferred to be Suning’s assistant coach, but the results were not very satisfactory. Currently, Easyhoon has been out of esports for more than half a year and there is still no sign that he will return as a coach.
Leaving SKT without any outstanding titles at hand, Scout has been one of EDward Gaming’s mainstays since 2016 until now. Scout and Edward Gaming dominated LPL for many seasons. But now, due to the appearance of too many “monsters” in the mid lane like LPL knight, Rookie, Doinb, … Scout as well as EDward Gaming has been pushed to the lower level of the LPL rankings, potentially losing opportunities reached the LPL Summer 2020 playoffs.
Sky is a player who has a rather unfortunate fate when he leaves SKT to join CJ Entus and owns a very poor performance in the LCK. After leaving the LCK, Sky “dived” at the small CBLOL tournament. Currently, this guy is playing in the middle for XTEN Esports in LLA (Latin America), this team is currently in the top 8 and is likely to play in the promotion round in the near future.
Pirean is currently Blank’s team mate – a former SKT member at the LJL tournament
As a player who is not well regarded by the community as well as the community, Pirean has a poor performance both before and after SKT. At major tournaments like LCS, LCK or LEC, Pirean has never reached the top 4 times. Currently, Pirean is playing for Sengoku Gaming in LJL (Japan) to try to win tickets to the play-in round of Worlds 2020.
Was a trainee at SKT for a long time (more than half a year) before becoming a substitute for Faker at T1. Recently, Clozer made a perfect debut in the LCK with a 2-0 victory over KT Rolster. It can be said that the appearance of this young talent is very timely because not every Faker but the current T1 is in unstable form, “a new wind” like Clozer is quite necessary to bring T1 “into the wheel. ” come back. T1 fans are hoping that Clozer will be the perfect piece of T1 to bring this team back to the top of League of Legends.