T1 has announced a new partnership with Korean finance company Hana Bank that will include more than just consultation and money talks for their League of Legends team.
The deal also includes a clause called “Faker’s Right-Hand Insurance”, which will pay out a whopping KR₩1 billion (US$833,600) should anything bad happen to Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok’s right hand.
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The partnership’s financial consulting should also come in handy next year, as LCK players will receive a salary raise from KR₩20 million (US$16,000) to KR₩60 million (US$50,000) annually.
“I am glad that other players and I have a good opportunity to prepare for financial planning through the Hana Bank’s partnership,” said Faker.
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