As far as predictions go, PSG vs. T1 is about as simple as it gets. And, well, we’re extremely glad for that being the case! The PCS representatives are by no means weak or incapable, but that’s only when observed in a vacuum; when contrasted to T1, they pale in comparison.
And, well, that really shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. We certainly didn’t think they’d stand a chance against one of the very best and most dangerous teams the world of competitive League of Legends has to offer.
Now, though, we’ll finally get to see what they’re really made of and how well they stack up against the likes of Royal Never Give Up and G2 Esports. Those two are the only challengers worthy of mentioning — the only “obstacles” standing in the way of T1 hoisting the MSI trophy for the third time in the organization’s history.
PSG are actually quite dangerous, but their highs are nowhere near as frequent as they need to be for them to stand a chance against a towering giant like T1. For PSG to compete on even footing, the stars will have to align which, unfortunately for them, is not something that can be counted upon.
T1, on the other hand, are always “armed and ready,” willing to trade blows and assert their dominance. They’re as capable and talented as they come and, needless to say, there’s no way whatsoever for PSG to emerge victorious — barring any unforeseen twist for the ages.
PSG vs. T1 | Wholly Lopsided
The reason why we’re so partial to this particular match-up is because it is a very interesting clash of styles and also a chance for T1 to flex their muscles and make a statement. They love to trade blows and are, without a shadow of a doubt, one of the most capable teams the world of competitive League of Legends has to offer.
PSG, while good and somewhat dangerous, simply aren’t good enough to truly stand a chance against the LCK representatives. Still, they’ll surely make things highly competitive and are not to be underestimated whatsoever.