South Korean side SK Telecom T1 has become the first team to win three World Championships in League of Legends after defeating Samsung Galaxy 3-2 in Los Angeles last night.
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The all-Korean final at the Staples Center was also the first to go to five games as Samsung mounted a spirited comeback after going 2-0 down early on in the series, however they were unable to stop the almost inevitable hat-trick for SKT.
Mid-laner Lee ‘Faker’ Sang-hyeok and jungler Bae ‘bengi’ Seong-ung are the only two players to have been on the team for each Worlds victory, beginning with their first win in 2013 with the Season 3 World Championship.
Samsung, to their credit, put up a good fight after the initial two losses. In the third game they forced the returning champions to a 71-minute marathon, the longest game of this year’s Worlds, with a huge dragon steal late into the match.
— lolesports #Worlds (@lolesports) October 30, 2016
It’s probably time everyone else just hung up their mice and keyboards, to be honest.