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T1 was proclaimed champion of the spring-split of the League of Legends Championship Korea (LCK) after beating Gen.G 3-1 in the grand finals. Given the result of the grand final, a player from the League of Legends Pro League (LPL) considers that a part of the award won by the South Korean organization should go to him. That’s the case with Bai Jia-Hao.”369«, top of JD Gaming, who has recently joked on a live broadcast about it after participating in Gen.G’s training for the showdown.
Gen.G chose JD Gaming to practice for the finals of the spring-split and 369 spoke live about it with Zeng Qi “Yagao”, half of JDG. Both teams had ups and downs. Sometimes it was the Chinese team who took the victory, while others it was the South Korean. The individual level of the GEN players mattered since, as the top mentions, Jeong Ji-hoon «Chovy» was able to deny Yagao multiple times.
Thread of 369 talking about scrims with GEN in Spring-
369: Yagao destroyed Chovy every game.
Yagao (panicked): STOP TALKING NONSENSE. Stop starting strange rumours. Don’t talk nonsense.
369: OK. Yagao said he got destroyed every game, but his bros carried him to victory. pic.twitter.com/sXIqDKhNHE
— Sher ʕ•̫͡•ʔ (@gzeebee) August 19, 2022
But of course, 369’s anecdote comes in the top lane against Choi Hyeon-joon.”Doran«, top of Gen.G. When his followers asked him how he was facing the South Korean top, the JDG player explained the anecdote in question: «Do you know why Doran played Akshan in the finals of the spring-split? It’s because I gave him the confidence (…) At that time Doran destroyed me playing Akshan with Prender. I died at level one, so he got overconfident and played it straight into the finals«.
However, Doran’s result with Akshan in the finals was negative. The player tried to cause an upset on the last map with his selection, but eventually went 0-5-2 and ended up losing the final. This is why he 369 jokes with T1: «All I can say is that if T1 won the spring-split it was partly because of my contribution. They have to give me some of the prize. Help me contact T1 and ask them to share prize money with me.”
The League of Legends Championship Korea (LCK) could revive the finals of the Spring Split. Gen.G has qualified for the South Korean final after beating Liiv SANDBOX 3-1 in the semifinals. T1 could defend their title as reigning champions if they overcome DWG KIA, who beat KT Rolster 3-2 in the quarter-finals. Instead, JD Gaming is still waiting to make its debut in the LPL playoffs. Your opponent will be the winner of the matchup between Victory Five and LNG Esports.