SK Telecom launches new Apex Legends esports team

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SK Telecom is planning to run a team for a game that is only a few months old. Apex Legends has been barely long enough to set a record by dragging in $ 92 million through in-game micro transactions and now SK Telecom has announced plans to put together a team with Comcast Spectacor called T1 Esports.

Apex Legends has proven to be a big hit by merging multiple games, including Fortnite and PUBG. T1 will not only focus on Apex Legends, but the highly successful SKT T1 League of Legends team will be brought under the same umbrella and rebranding to simply T1 with Lee "Faker" Sang-hyeok as the face of the organization.

The team for Apex Legends has already been announced, consisting of Michael "Sonii" Sherman, Brendan "BcJ" Jensen, Kurtis "Kurt" Gallo, and Haydin "ZerG" Gordon.

FNATIC hits the breach hard

If you haven't seen the League of Legends series between Vitality and FNATIC, you should really do that. Do not read this section if you intend to watch the broadcast because I will spoil almost anything. Not only has FNATIC turned its rather hectic LEC season, but the team has also shown why it is still one of the best European teams.

Vitality is no bad team, but how FNATIC played it seemed like that with a clean 3-0 series. Nemesis still has a lot to prove, according to some critics, and he showed up to score a pentakill with Kayle. He had a fantastic series, but it was Broxah who got MVP and it was thoroughly earned with his sneaky Karthus killer and a total bruise that caused Rek & # 39; Sai.

It will be interesting to see how the LEC games are playing this coming weekend, but FNATIC looks like the team has finally merged, found its way and is ready to take it to Worlds again. Also as a side note; The Riot Games production team kills it with the LEC broadcasts. The updated, modern-looking images and fantastic production values ​​are a wonderful addition to any competition.

Upcoming live events

  • PUBG PEL – early April 16, look at Twitch.
  • Hearthstone Grandmasters – The first season starts on May 17, look at Twitch.

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