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LoL Worlds 2023 Finals MVP: T1 Zeus

Esports 19-11-2023 13:18

T1 have won the 2023 League of Legends World Championship and their youngest member has been named the Finals MVP. 

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LoL Worlds 2023: Zeus is the Finals MVP. | © Riot Games

The 2023 League of Legends World Championship Finals have come to a close in an exciting match between the LCK's T1 and the LPL's Weibo Gaming. T1 managed to complete the LPL gauntlet, dropping only one game against JDG. 

T1's youngest member managed to become the hero and carry T1 needed in the Finals, with him showing up huge against veteran top laner TheShy. This earned Zeus the title of League of Legends World Championship Finals MVP. 

LoL Worlds 2023 Finals MVP Is None Other Than T1 Zeus

Zeus was the one player who didn't completely break under the pressure when Faker was sidelined with an injury during the 2023 LCK Summer Split. The young star tried to carry T1, as the team slowly seemed to break. 

He then managed to get over his Finals curse when he joined Team Korea and won the 2022 Asian Games, which had been moved to 2023 due to the COVID-19 virus. 

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Zeus now has to choose the champion he wants for his Worlds 2023 skin. | © Riot Games

Now, T1 are finally the League of Legends World Champions, with Zeus popping off on some insane carry picks in the three games of the World Championship Finals. 

His game on Yone, while falling behind early, was insane, especially in the later stages when he had his Hullbreaker and Infinity Edge completed. Add-in his solo carry Gwen game in the second match and everyone was certain that if T1 win, he would be named the Finals MVP.

Now, with Zeus becoming the 2023 League of Legends Worlds Finals MVP, he will be awarded a prestige skin as well, similar to his lane opponent who won in 2022. 

This begs, the question, which skin will Zeus pick? One of the most obvious choices would be the Jayce, which is one of his favorite picks and sounds similar to his in-game name.

Of course, he also popped off on Yone which would be a great choice. While he did play a lot of Aatrox, with Kingen receiving an Aatrox DRX skin for his performance in 2022 it seems unlikely that the same champion will be chosen 2-years in a row. 

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Sabrina Ahn

Sabrina Ahn is the League of Legends and Riftfeed Lead. During her time at Concordia University in 2014 she fell in love with League of Legends and esports and has been playing LoL since then – how she hasn't lost...