SK Telecom T1’s League of Legends South Korean superstar, Sang-hyeok “Faker” Lee, has been named in the Forbes’ 30 under 30 Asian list for this year. It’s the mid-lane specialist’s first ever inclusion in the list and it’s not surprising at all, really.
Faker is the only esports player to be featured in the list that includes no.1 ranked women’s tennis player, Naomi Osaka and other professional sports athletes and singers. Faker’s considered one of the best ever League of Legends players to grace the game that saw him win countless titles including three World Championship titles since his professional debut in 2013.
Faker is currently one of the highest paid esports players and has also won the most prize money compared to everyone else in the League of Legends scene. For more information on the Forbes’ 30 under 30 Asian list for 2019, you may visit the official website.
And lastly, congratulations, Faker!
Source: Dot Esports
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