T1 extends Keria’s contract for another year

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LCK 2022 Spring Champion, T1, have extended Keria’s contract until November 2023, the Korean organization announced on its official Twitter account. Ryu ’’Keria’’ Min-Seok will remain with T1 for another year, which also means they will have arguably the best playmaker support in the upcoming season. Keria is just at the beginning of the road and has a lot to achieve with his partner, Gumayusi.

Keria joined T1 in November 2020 after showing an outstanding performance on DRX as a rookie player. T1 replaced Effort with another young talent who promised more, Keria, and opened the gate to the next-gen SK Telecom. Although it took time for Keria to get used to his team and coaching staff, he became the core player of the roster in the 2022 Spring Split.

Keria was awarded MVP of the season and contributed significantly to T1’s phenomenal 18–0 undefeated run. It should not be forgotten that Keria is still one of the youngest players in the LCK, and also, he is too experienced to be a rookie anymore. He will be captivating T1 fans with his wonderful outplays and unexpected moves that change the course of the matches.

T1 will fight against Saigon Buffalo, DFM, and Team Aze

T1 will compete in the MSI 2022, which will take place between 10–29 May, as the Korean representative. Considering their current form coming to the tournament, T1 will definitely be one of the two favorites of this year’s Mid-Season Invitational alongside the Chinese representative Royal Never Give Up. The legendary organization was far from international success for a long time, but now they have a strong chance to rule over the pro stage with their restructured roster around Faker. Zeus, Gumayusi, and Oner still have a lot to learn, and Faker will guide them on this difficult path.

Keria’s contract with T1 will expire in November 2023. The organization will want to keep him as long as possible. It is recommended to keep an eye on him at the MSI 2022.

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