Lee Sang-hyeok, popularly known as Faker, is a well-known League of Legends player for T1 from South Korea.
On the Korean server, he was formerly known as GoJeonPa. He was signed by T1, then known as SK Telecom T1, in 2013 and has since played as the team’s mid-laner.
On May 7, 1996, Lee Sang-hyeok gave birth to Faker in Seoul, South Korea. He was a Lee Kyung-joon child. His mother’s identity is unknown.
Faker’s estimated net worth as of 2023 is $4 million. As a South Korean professional League of Legends player for T1, he earns money through his profession.
Lee began playing LoL under the name “GoJeonPa” when the Korean server opened in December 2011. Faker climbed the Korean ladder and became a strong mid-laner.
Faker Net worth: How rich is he?
Although Faker’s actual annual pay is unknown, it is estimated to be in excess of $2.5 million. Lee renewed his contract with T1 on February 18, 2020, for a period of three years, the maximum time frame allowed by Riot Games. Before signing his new deal with T1, Lee claimed to have declined a $10 million pay. Lee is the owner of the Faker Tower in Korea.
Faker’s estimated net worth is $10 million as a result.