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Teddy commits to multi-year contract with T1

T1 re-signs Teddy for multi-year deal

T1, one of the top esports teams in the world, has announced that their star AD carry, Teddy, has signed a multi-year deal to stay with the team until 2022.

Teddy joins T1 in 2018 roster overhaul

In 2018, T1 made significant changes to their League of Legends roster. Teddy, along with other talented players like Khan, Clid, and Mata, joined the team to form a formidable lineup.

T1’s ups and downs

Although T1’s roster dominated the LCK and won several championships, they faced challenges during the Mid-Season Invitational and World Championship in 2019. The team also experienced player departures in Khan and Clid, as well as Mata’s retirement as a player.

Teddy’s outstanding performance

Teddy has consistently shown his skills and is considered one of the best ADC players in the world. In the 2020 LCK Spring Split, he had impressive stats, including the second-most kills and highest KDA in the league. T1 only lost one game during the playoffs, securing another domestic championship.

Related: Faker signs 3-year deal with T1, will become part-owner

Teddy and Faker’s dominance

With the re-signing of Teddy, T1 has solidified one of the strongest duos in the world, along with iconic mid laner Faker. Their combined carry power is unrivaled, and only the most exceptional players can hope to counter their raw skill.

T1’s upcoming match

T1 will begin their 2020 LCK Summer Split with a match against DRX, featuring the star duo of Chovy and Deft.

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