A new record will be broken in the final of Worlds 2022—no matter the outcome

Record year.

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Packed with upsets, unique picks like Heimerdinger support, a series of records set, and thrilling teamfights, this years League of Legends World Championship will go down in history as one of the most sensational events in the past few years. Since both players and teams have little to no intention of slowing down, well see one record broken on the day of the finals on Nov. 5, no matter the winner.

On Nov. 5, T1 and DRX, who showcased endurance, patience, knowledge, and unparalleled mechanical prowess, will clash. According to Korizons Kevin Kim, no matter which team takes the Summoners Cup in their hands, the winner of this years Worlds will set a record for the oldest players to win Worlds.

On T1s side, we have the beloved GOAT of League, Lee Faker Sang-hyeok, and on the other side, theres Kim Deft Hyuk-kyu, the AD carry prodigy who never gave up on his dreams. Both players are 26 years old.

The current record holder is Kang Ambition Chan-yong, who in 2017 with Samsung Galaxy defeated SK Telecom T1 and won the title of World champion. At the time, Ambition was 25 years old. So, no matter who wins Worlds 2022, this years champions will be the oldest we have ever had.

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