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Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok is a true legend in the world of esports, having achieved unparalleled success throughout his career. He has been playing professionally since 2013 and has achieved numerous accolades, including winning three world championships with his team, T1 (formerly known as SK Telecom T1).

Known for his incredible skills, strategic prowess, and unwavering dedication to the game, Faker has become an inspiration to millions of fans around the globe, as well as a cultural icon in South Korea and beyond.

His popularity has extended far beyond the gaming community. He has appeared in numerous commercials, TV shows, and even has his own ice cream line. His partnership with T1, one of the most successful esports organizations in the world, has only served to solidify his status as a legend in the industry.

To celebrate his decade-long journey in the esports industry, Faker and T1 are releasing merchandise for a limited time. The collection features a range of products, all designed with the signature T1 and Faker branding. Whether you’re a die-hard fan of Faker or simply love esports, this collection is sure to impress.

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T1 releases limited-edition Faker merch collection for his 10th-year debut anniversary

This collection features three unique apparel pieces to choose from.

One standout item is a casual gray t-shirt, prominently displaying the name “Faker” at the center, with his nickname “Unkillable Demon King” printed below. Fans of the famed mid-laner will also appreciate the inclusion of his T1 Animal Kingdom cartoon character, a cute penguin donning a menacing hat, reminiscent of one of Faker’s League of Legends champions, Veigar.

The shirt boasts a design that resembles university wear, so here’s your chance to show your friends that you graduated from the “University of Faker.”

T1 Faker merch featuring a gray t-shirt
Credit: T1

The highlight of the collection is T1’s esports jersey uniform, which has the same design as the ones the team wore during the League of Legends Challengers Korea (LCK) Spring 2023.

This particular jersey has Faker’s name on the back, making it the perfect shirt for fanboys and fangirls out there.

T1 Faker merch featuring his LCK Spring 2023 jacket
Credit: T1

Why not cop this sleek T1 jacket while you’re at it? It’s a great match with the esports jersey and protects you from the cold and harsh weather in style.

T1 Faker merch featuring his LCK Spring 2023 jacket
Credit: T1

Accessories and little trinkets are also available, featuring a cute Demon King mascot.

The mug makes great esports memorabilia, with Faker’s autograph printed on its backside.

If you own a Samsung Galaxy Note 20, T1 has a phone case for your device. Aside from the mascot, Faker’s name and the T1 logo are also printed on the case.

The badges display minimalist vector art of the mid laner, with one of the designs showing his signature thumbs-up pose.

Additionally, T1 will also release a special Faker x Deca uniform jersey for a limited time, where only 1,500 units will be sold.

T1 Faker merch prices

T1 Faker LCK Spring 2023 jacket$94
T1 Faker LCK Spring 2023 esports jersey$70
T1 Faker t-shirt$27
Demon King Samsung Galaxy Note 20 phone case$15
Demon King mug$8
Demon King keyring$8
Faker badge$5
T1 Faker posing in his 10th Anniversary merch
Credit: T1

Where to buy T1 Faker merch

Fans can purchase T1 Faker merch on the esports organization’s official online shop.

It will be available in the T1 shop starting Sunday, May 7 at 12 a.m. KST | Saturday, May 6 at 8 a.m. PST | 3 p.m. GMT | 11 p.m. GMT+8.

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