The LCK All-Pro teams have been revealed and all fans can see is a sea of red T1 jerseys. Four T1 players were nominated in the LCK All-Pro first team, including legendary mid laner Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok and the star bot lane of Lee “Gumayusi” Min-hyeong and Ryu “Keria” Min-seok.
This comes after the organization’s record-breaking season, where they posted an undefeated 18-0 streak.
DWG KIA jungler Kim “Canyon” Geon-bu was the only non-T1 player to be voted into the All-Pro first team, thanks to his carnivore-style jungling during the split.
At the end of each LCK regular season, votes are cast to nominate the most deserving players for the LCK All-Pro squad and season MVP. A total of 41 coaches, casters, players, and media personnel voted this time for the LCK Spring 2022 awards.
T1’s support phenom Ryu “Keria” Min-seok took home dual accolades, winning also the regular season MVP award.
Here are the full results of the LCK Spring 2022 awards.
LCK Spring 2022 award winners
T1 dominating the All-Pro list hardly comes as a surprise after their historic undefeated run.
The players are a cut above the rest in terms of skill, especially when it comes to the feared bot lane of Gumayusi and Keria. Both of them command huge champion pools and consistently outplay opposing bot laners, making their nominations well-deserved.
Moon “Oner” Hyeon-joon was the only one to be left out of the All-Pro first team. Although Oner played a key role in T1’s unbeaten run, his role on T1 is different from that of DWG KIA jungler Kim “Canyon” Geon-bu. Oner’s farm priority is relatively low, while Canyon prefers farm-hungry junglers like Graves, often taking more farm than most other junglers.
Canyon’s carry playstyle allowed him to shine throughout the split, helping him earn more Player of the Game (POG) points to also be named Player of the Split.
The Player of the Split is determined by the number of POG points accrued during the split. After each game, the player that had the most impact on the game is awarded 100 POG points, and the one at the top of the standings at the end of the season wins Player of the Split.
Canyon ended up collecting an impressive 1,600 points, far ahead of the 1,100 points DRX veteran bot laner Kim “Deft” Hyeok-gyu racked up in second place.
As for the MVP award, the 41 voters were given a list of player names to rank from first to fifth. T1’s Ryu “Keria” Min-seok collected a total of 135 points to win the regular season MVP award, becoming the first-ever LCK support to be crowned MVP on the back of his playmaking and macro ability.
You can find all the LCK All-Pro teams below.
LCK All-Pro Team 1
|Top lane||Choi “Zeus” Woo-je||T1|
|Jungler||Kim “Canyon” Geon-bu||DWG KIA|
|Mid lane||Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok||T1|
|Bot lane||Lee “Gumayusi” Min-hyeong||T1|
|Support||Ryu “Keria” Min-seok||T1|
LCK All-Pro Team 2
|Top lane||Kim “Rascal” Kwang-hee||KT Rolster|
|Jungler||Moon “Oner” Hyeon-joon||T1|
|Mid lane||Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoon||Gen.G|
|Bot lane||Park “Ruler” Jae-hyuk||Gen.G|
|Support||Cho “BeryL” Geong-hee||DRX|
LCK All-Pro Team 3
|Top lane||Kim “Kiin” Gi-in||Kwangdong Freecs|
|Jungler||Han “Peanut” Wang-ho||Gen.G|
|Mid lane||Heo “Showmaker” Su||DWG KIA|
|Bot lane||Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu||DRX|
|Support||Son “Lehends” Si-woo||Gen.G|
The full breakdown of votes can be found here.