Every member of T1 was voted 1st All Pro
Mar 22, 2023
In an unsurprising but nonetheless impressive turn of events, every member of the LCK’s T1 roster was voted first in the All Pro ballot for the 2023 Spring Split 2023.
T1 has been absolutely dominating the LCK Spring Split this year. The roster ended with a ridiculous 17-1 record, only dropping one series to fifth-place finishers Hanwha Life Esports. The most decorated team in the history of League of Legends is well on its way to being a favorite to win MSI this year. The LCK All Pro for Spring Split ballot recognized that success. All five starting members of T1’s roster have been voted as the 1st All Pro Team members for the LCK Spring Split.
T1 sweeps LCK All Pro
All five starting members of T1’s LCK League of Legends roster were voted first in their role. The vote was done by the collective LCK All Pro ballot pool. This includes members of the league, Riot Games representatives, and media. This is an incredibly unusual occurrence, with most All Pro votes featuring members from a variety of teams. It’s rare that a single team has candidates for the best player in a league in every single role. However, it seems that 2023 T1 is one of those rare instances.
The roster is formed from Choi “Zeus” Woo-je, Mun “Oner” Hyun-jun, the League of Legends GOAT Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok, Lee “Gumayusi” Min-hyeong, and Ryu “Keria” Min-seok. All five members made it to the Worlds 2022 finals against eventual champions DRX. They look to be repeating that success in 2023, seemingly unchallenged in one of the world’s best regions. It remains to be seen if T1 can lock their ticket to MSI in London, but it seems very likely. The LCK will begin its Spring Split playoffs late on March 22, 2023, PST.