T1 secures spot in 2021 LCK Spring Split playoffs following SANDBOX defeat

Liiv SANDBOX’s Loss Puts them in Last Place of LCK Spring Split Rankings

Liiv SANDBOX’s recent loss to Hanwha Life Esports has landed them in last place in the rankings for the 2021 LCK Spring Split. This loss also means that they are now out of playoff contention.

T1 Secures a Playoff Spot

As a result of Liiv SANDBOX’s loss, T1 has secured a spot in the Spring Playoffs. Even if Liiv SANDBOX were to win their next series in the remaining two weeks of the regular split, they would not be able to compete for the final playoff spot.

T1 Climbs to Fifth Place in LCK Standings

T1 has climbed to fifth place in the LCK standings after winning against KT Rolster and Gen.G in their recent matches. While they could drop to sixth place if they lose their upcoming matches, they are guaranteed a spot in the playoffs due to the points they have earned throughout the split, surpassing Fredit BRION and Nongshim RedForce.

Playoff Race Still Open

Both Liiv SANDBOX and KT Rolster are still in the race for the playoffs. KT Rolster holds onto their sixth place in the rankings, but they could fall if they lose their last series. The battle for the final playoff spot among these three teams will be intense in the coming weeks.

After being absent from the LCK stage for three weeks, Faker returned to the T1 lineup to compete for a playoff spot. He played a crucial role in securing a victory over Gen.G. However, it is uncertain if he will play in their last series.

The next week of the LCK Spring Split will kick off with a highly anticipated match between Gen.G and DWG KIA. Gen.G will fight to maintain their second place in the rankings, while DWG KIA has already secured their position at the top.

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Liiv SANDBOX, Hanwha Life Esports, T1, LCK Spring Split, playoffs, KT Rolster, Gen.G, Faker, DWG KIA

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