T1 claimed another hour-long series win against SeolHaeOne Prince in dominant fashion. The former League of Legends world champions now are looking very hot and on point with their calls. Top laner Canna played a massive role in his team’s victory and received the Player of the Game award for the first game, while jungler Cuzz earned it for the second game. https:\/\/twitter.com\/T1LoL\/status\/1281159246671802368?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1281159246671802368%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fdotesports.com%2Fleague-of-legends%2Fnews%2Ft1-secure-another-clean-win-against-sp-in-week-4-of-lcks-summer-split The first game was the Canna show. He was given Wukong, who’s been popular in China’s LPL but has picked up steam in other regions as well. He played great during the laning phase, securing early kills and allowing Cuzz to pick up both Rift Heralds to snowball other lanes, too. During teamfights, Canna’s ultimates were crucial in terms of controlling the opposing team, allowing his allies to deal damage easily and secure one kill after another. Even though T1 were dominating SP, they made some mistakes and allowed SP to pick up a few neutral objectives, including two dragons and three towers. But T1 rolled over SP once they picked up the Baron. After a 32-minute brawl, T1 picked up the first win in the series. In the second game, Wukong was left open once again and T1 last-picked it for the same matchup against Illaoi. While Canna played well during the laning phase, he wasn’t able to snowball as hard as he did in the first game. But his jungler, Cuzz, stepped up. He aggresively invaded, ganked, and took objectives, securing huge leads for all of T1’s lanes. With the passive gold lead incoming from all these objectives, T1 were able to extend their lead and become much stronger compared to SP. After securing multiple dragons and the Baron, T1 replicated their first game tactic by rushing down the base of SP. This time, they were successful in taking them down in 27 minutes. T1 looked strong in this series, which means they might stand a chance against other top-tier teams in the LCK the next time they face them. While this shouldn't be a guaranteed fact since T1 has been sloppy even in their most recent wins, the recent performance is giving fans hope that they'll perform to higher standard next matches. You can follow T1's journey to the LCK playoffs by watching the official LCK Riot Games broadcast. Will they be able to take down Gen.G or DragonX next time they meet or will T1 finally falter and lose the LCK championship in the end.