Faker Gamer net worth: $4 mіllіоn
|Rеаl Nаmе:||Lее Ѕаng-hуеоk|
|Аgе:||25 уеаrѕ оld|
|Віrth Dаtе:||7 Мау 1996|
|Віrth Рlасе:||Gаngѕео-gu, Ѕеоul, Ѕоuth Коrеа|
|Неіght/Ноw Таll:||1.76 m|
|Іѕ Fаkеr Gау? (Nаmе оf Раrtnеr):||Nо|
|Dоеѕ hе hаvе tаttооѕ?:||Nо|
|Рrоfеѕѕіоn:||Lеаguе оf Lеgеndѕ рlауеr|
|Nеt Wоrth іn 2021:||$4 mіllіоn|
|Lаѕt Uрdаtеd:||Nоvеmbеr 2021|
Lee Sang-hyeok better known as Faker is a South Korean professional League of Legends player for T1.
Fаkеr іѕ rеgаrdеd аѕ thе bеѕt Lеаguе рlауеr оf аll tіmе. Не hаѕ thе аbіlіtу tо рlау аnу сhаmріоn аt а tор рrоfеѕѕіоnаl lеvеl аnd hе wаѕ еmіnеnt fоr hіѕ hіgh mесhаnісаl ѕkіllѕ аt thе gаmе.
Faker net worth 2022:
Тhе nеt wоrth оf Fаkеr іѕ аrоund $4 mіllіоn. Не mаdе аll thіѕ fоrtunе оnlу thrоugh hіѕ аmаzіng gаmіng ѕkіllѕ. Durіng hіѕ рrоgrаmmіng саrееr, Fаkеr hаѕ mаdе mоrе thаn $1,000,000. Ноwеvеr, ассоrdіng tо rероrtѕ, Sk Telecom T1 сurrеntlу рауѕ Fаkеr $2.5 mіllіоn реr уеаr. Іt hаѕ аlѕо bееn ѕtаtеd thаt Fаkеr hаѕ еаrnеd рrіzе mоnеу wоrth $1.2 mіllіоn.
Formerly known as GoJeonPa on the Korean server, he was picked up by LCK team SK Telecom T1 in 2013 and has played as the team’s mid laner since. He is widely considered to be the best League of Legends player of all time.
Lee is renowned for his high mechanical skill and extremely versatile champion pool. He is best known for playing LeBlanc, Zed, Syndra, Azir, Ahri, and Ryze.He is the first player to have reached 1,000 and 2,000 kills in the LCK, the second to have played 500 games, and the first to have played 600 games.
Lee is one of the only two players to have won the League of Legends World Championship three times, having done so in 2013, 2015 and 2016.
He has also won the All-Star Paris 2014, the Mid-Season Invitational tournament in 2016 and 2017, and the IEM World Championship in 2016. He owns three different League of Legends skins as a result of winning World Championship, which include SKT T1 Zed (2013), SKT T1 Ryze (2015) and SKT T1 Syndra (2016).
Lee became a part owner of T1 Entertainment & Sports in early 2020.
Lee was born in Seoul on May 7, 1996. He and his brother were raised by their grandparents and their father, Lee Kyung-joon, in Gangseo District, Seoul. Lee always loved puzzles and video games, often playing custom maps for Warcraft III and the MOBA Chaos during his teenage years.
He discovered League of Legends in late 2011, and quickly became adept at the game. He attended Mapo High School, the same high school that Deft of Hanwha Life attended,but dropped out to join SKT T1 K and pursue a career in esports.
Faker Аgе, Неіght, Wеіght :
Fаkеr’ѕ аgе іѕ 25 уеаrѕ оld hаvіng bееn bоrn оn 7 Мау 1996. Тhоugh, hе іѕ 1.76 m tаll, hе wеіghѕ аbоut 56 kg.
Lee was picked up by SK Telecom T1 K in 2013 as their starting mid laner. SKT T1 K dominated the Korean scene, and in October 2013, Lee led them to win their first League of Legends World Championship.
Later in the HOT6iX Champions Summer 2013, Lee cemented his status as a brilliant player due to his perfect outplay against KT Rolster Bullets mid laner Yoo “Ryu” Sang-wook, which would then become one of the most iconic moments in League of Legends history.
In 2014, SK Telecom T1 K followed their success through in the OGN winter season, making the entire run without dropping a single game. They would then go on to win All-Star Paris 2014. However, their Winter season success did not follow through and during the Spring and Summer seasons, SKT T1 K failed to qualify for the 2014 World Championship.
In the following offseason, Riot Games changed the team regulations so that each organisation can only have one team participating in each league. This led to the merger of SKT T1 K and SKT T1 S, and the subsequent departures of Impact and Piglet for the NA LCS. The new team would compete under the name SKT T1
Between Seasons 4 and 5, many top Korean League of Legends players, including the entire world champion team, Samsung Galaxy, left Korea to play on Chinese teams for higher salaries.
Lee on the other hand, declined an offer of over $1,000,000 by a Chinese team, preferring to stay in Korea on SKT. In November 2014 it was reported that Lee had declined contract offers from several Chinese companies including one offer of ₩500 million ($425,403 USD) for streaming.
Throughout 2015, Lee shared the mid lane position with Lee “Easyhoon” Ji-hoon. Depending on the team composition SKT wanted to play, either one of the players could be substituted into the game.
Lee had many notable performances in the LCK such as a pentakill against NaJin e-mFire with his LeBlanc. SKT ended the summer split in first place and advanced to the world championship.
At the 2015 World Championship, Lee and his team won while only dropping one game in the finals for a record of 15–1 throughout the tournament.
Lee and his team started off the 2016 Season by winning the LCK Spring Split. With this victory, SKT was guaranteed a spot in the 2016 Mid-Season Invitational. At that point in time, MSI was the only major international tournament they had yet to win.
They were heavily favored coming into the tournament, but were initially unable to perform up to their usual standards, unexpectedly losing several games in the group stage. However, they managed to turn things around during the elimination round and eventually clinched the title by sweeping the North American team, Counter Logic Gaming, in the finals.
On July 11, 2016, Lee became the first player to reach 1,000 kills in the LCK.His 1,000th kill was on MVP Beyond’s Reksai, which he achieved on Malzahar.
SKT placed third in the 2016 LCK Summer Split, but still qualified for the 2016 World Championship through circuit points.
On February 18, 2020, T1 announced that Lee had re-signed with them for three years, in which his contract will last until the year 2022. He also became a part owner of T1 Entertainment and Sports.
On March 5, 2020, Lee became the first player to have reached 2,000 kills in the LCK. The champion used when achieving his 2,000th kill was Zoe
On April 25, 2020, Lee claimed his ninth LCK title after he and his team defeated Gen.G at the 2020 LCK Spring finals.
On February 3, 2021, Lee played his 600th game in the LCK.He is the first to achieve the 600 game mark in the LCK. His 600th game was against NS RedForce, which he locked in Orianna and achieved a KDA of 2/0/6. He won the game, and was awarded as the MVP of the game. This was also his 399th win in the LCK.
On February 6, 2021, Lee became the first player to achieve 400th win in the LCK.His 400th win was against Fredit Brion, and the champion picked was Sett.
During the 2021 League of Legends World Championship Lee was eliminated in the Semifinals in a 3-2 victory in a best-of-5 series against DWG KIA. His team qualified as the 3rd seed from the LCK via the LCK Regional Qualifier. His team had an overall record of 5-1 in their Group Stage, and 5-2 in the Brackets/Knockout Stage of the tournament. His team beat teams such as Edward Gaming, 100 Thieves and Hanwha Life Esports throughout the tournament to get to Semifinals.
- HOT6iX League of Legends Champions Summer 2013 Season MVP
- HOT6iX League of Legends Champions Summer 2013 Mid Laner KDA Leader
- 2013 Korea e-Sports Association League of Legends Most Valuable Player Award
- Pandora.TV Champions League of Legends Winter 2013–2014 Most Valuable Player
- SBENU Champions Summer 2015 Playoff Awards-Most Valuable Player
- 2015 Korea e-Sports Association League of Legends Best Player Award
- 2015 Korea e-Sports Association League of Legends Popularity Award
- 2015 Korea e-Sports Association League of Legends eSports Award of the Year
- 2016 League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational Finals MVP
- 2016 World Championship Most Valuable Player
- 2016 Korea e-Sports Association League of Legends Best Player Award
- 2016 Korea e-Sports Association League of Legends Popularity Award
- 2016 Korea e-Sports Association League of Legends eSports Award of the Year.
- 2017 Best Esports Player, The Game Awards
- 2018 representative for South Korea at the 18th Asian Games as a national player in esports
- 2018 David Yan award for most beloved gamer
- 2018 Korea Esports Hall of Fame (Esports Stars)
- 2019 Korea Esports Hall of Fame (Esports Stars)
- 2020 Korea Esports Hall of Fame (Esports Stars)