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T1 vs Gen.G Prediction, Match Preview, Live Stream, Odds and Picks

What Can We Expect From Peyz and Delight?

Well, the expectations are certainly high for this bot lane, considering that they are replacing Ruler and Lehends, one of the strongest duos we’ve ever seen in the LCK.

On one hand, we have Delight, a young player that already had the chance to play on the LCK stage before, under the banner of Brion. While Brion did finish last split in 9th place, Delight actually looked good.

(PHOTO) Jeong "Chovy" Ji-hoon, mid laner for Gen.G
(PHOTO) Jeong "Chovy" Ji-hoon, mid laner for Gen.G

Now if we look at Peyz, there isn’t that much we can say about him. He is just a 17-year-old rookie that performed well in the LCK CL, though he hasn’t had the chance to prove himself against the best Korean ADCs just yet.

That said, as long as this bot lane doesn’t feel pressured to perform against T1, who is considered to be the favorite team to win it all, then they should be just fine. After all, Gen.G didn’t change anything else besides their bot lane.

Don’t get misguided by the fact that Chovy and Peanut didn’t have the best showing on the 2022 Worlds stage. It’s still pretty safe to say that they are still two of the best players in the LCK.

T1 Keeps Entire Roster For The 2023 Season

(PHOTO) Keri and Gumayusi, bot lane for T1
(PHOTO) Keri and Gumayusi, bot lane for T1

The most respectable thing about T1 as an organization is the fact that they have decided to stick with this lineup for another year, even after their defeat at the 2022 world championship finals.

You might be wondering: why would they do any changes if they managed to reach the finals? Well, if we consider that they have some of the very best players and strongest carries in the world, not winning the title is a pretty resounding failure.

They brought in Roach as a reinforcement to their coaching staff, which might actually do wonders for them. Zeus did have a splendid season last year, and if we take into account that he is only 18, there is still plenty of room to grow.

My only concern for T1 is just how inconsistent they look during the regular season, and even more so in the first couple of weeks, therefore, I expect them to struggle a bit against Gen.G in this opening series.

T1 vs Gen.G Match Information

  • Match: T1 vs GenG
  • Date: Wednesday, January 18
  • Time: 5:30 am ET
  • T1 vs Gen.G Live Stream:

T1 vs Gen.G Prediction

(PHOTO) Jeong "Chovy" Ji-hoon, top laner for Gen.GAs I mentioned before, I do think that T1 is the heavy favorite heading into this game, but we can’t fully trust them just yet. We all know that this team loves messing around, especially against a team that might have a few cards under its sleeve.

While a lot of people are underestimating Gen.G because of the changes they made in the bot lane, I still think that they are a solid top team that, on a good day, can win a series against any team in the league.

From what we’ve seen so far in the LPL, I think that the bot lane is still a huge determining factor in pro play. I think that Gen.G has to meet a very specific condition in order to win against T1.

We all know that Zeus can roll over every single top laner, especially if he has the right matchup. As long as Peanut and Doran can contain Zeus, Gen.G should have enough freedom around the bot lane and play from there.

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