Legendary T1 mid laner Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok may have his own building and two BMWs at the age of 25, but he doesn’t always have it easy.

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On đứng đầu of preparing for MSI 2022, which runs from May 10 to lớn 29 in Busan, his time during the offseason is occupied by ad photoshoots, tín đồ meets, live streams, & Korea’s Asian Games team selection in Gwangju.

As part of their contract with live stream platform Douyu và previously Twitch, T1 players usually have to lớn stream a mix number of days even during the offseason, và it’s taking a toll on Faker.

On his stream Sunday, the 25-year-old opened up about being unable lớn focus on playing League of Legends because of the sheer number of obligations he has to fulfill.

Concerned about the players’ well-being, fans took to lớn social media to express their unhappiness toward T1’s management. In response, T1 canceled the players’ scheduled live broadcasts on Sunday.

Sunday’s T1 streams were canceled after Faker said he was overwhelmed by his schedule

While he was streaming on Sunday, Faker revealed that his “living pattern is seriously broken” due lớn his schedule.

“Schedules are really rough, & stream schedules are really bad,” he said, according khổng lồ a translation by Rumorman on Twitter.

“This week has been exhausting , it’s really hard lớn concentrate on playing League of Legends.”

The 25-year-old also apologized khổng lồ fans for not being able lớn stream in his best condition.

The stream VOD, which is usually uploaded on T1’s YouTube channel, has yet khổng lồ be published at the time of writing.

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Support Ryu “Keria” Min-seok was asked to phản hồi on what Faker said, và he agreed that it would be difficult for anyone, not just Faker, khổng lồ focus on the trò chơi with such a packed timetable.

“I think that if you are able to lớn play with this condition, it’s honestly weird,” said Keria, according to a translation by Twitter user

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T1 players have been streaming on YouTube & Douyu since Thursday, sometimes broadcasting three sessions in a single day.

The situation is further compounded by Korea’s Asian Games team selection, which is also taking place this week. Tryouts are scheduled on April 23 with the 10 shortlisted players, including all five T1 starters.

Six players will then be selected to represent South Korea at the Asian Games in Hangzhou, China, from September 10 lớn 25.

According to lớn a report by Kukmin Ilbo, KeSPA sent teams the Asian Games preparation schedule only after the LCK Spring final on April 2. Initially, the players were supposed to take a two-week break, but they were called up for the national team selection on April 18.

This is the same week that the players were supposed to lớn fulfill their offseason obligations after returning from their vacation. As a result, the team had to lớn bring forward their live broadcast schedule, cutting into their vacation time.

Faker và his teammates are currently in Gwangju for Korea’s Asian Games team training camp until April 24, before they resume streaming from April 25 onwards.

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