Faker Was Offered $20 Million A Year To Play In China

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Faker is one of the most well known esports players in the world, and he’s always played for T1 in South Korea. But that doesn’t stop teams from trying to court the prolific mid laner, and the latest was to the tune of $20 million dollars a year. He passed, but why? In more League of Legends news, G2 completed a 12-0 lower bracket run to become LEC Spring champs, punching a ticket to the Mid-Season Invitational in the process. And finally, FaZe Clan added another trophy to the trophy case when they beat ENCE at ESL Pro League Season 15.


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