Faker teams up with fashion brand to release his own gaming chair — and it’s not what you’d expect

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The world’s greatest League of Legends player is releasing his first-ever capsule collection, featuring the Faker Secretlab chair.

Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok collaborates with gaming chair manufacturer Secretlab and fashion brand VandyThePink to unveil this special gaming chair, blending high fashion with esports.

The Faker Secretlab chair showcases the Titan Evo, Faker’s personal choice for seating, which he uses during both practice sessions and global tournaments.

Unlike Faker’s T1 esports attire, which typically features colors red, white, and black, the chair takes on a different aesthetic with a white base adorned with vivid green accents.

It incorporates playful elements inspired by VandyThePink’s iconic burger and fast-food motifs, alongside luxurious monogram parodies.

Highlighting VandyThePink’s aesthetic, the chair features the brand’s double flower eye stitched onto the seat back, complemented by intricate embroidery patches showcasing the brand’s logo and a stylized graphic of Faker himself.

With green accent piping and flower eye motifs on the side wings, and Faker’s name in a vibrant rainbow gradient on the left shoulder, this chair perfectly blends streetwear style with esports legend.

“Faker intentionally hand-picked everything in this collection, choosing products that are integral to his daily routine,” Secretlab stated in a press release.

Visit the Secretlab website for more information about the Faker Secretlab chair.

Secretlab has not yet disclosed the price of the Faker and VandyThePink chair at the time of writing.

(To be updated)

VandyThePink, founded by designer Junghoon Son, expresses his journey and influences. Known for its playful and whimsical fashion, the brand has garnered a dedicated following, including support from artistes like Jay Park and New Jeans, and collaborations including McDonald’s HK and Clarks.

Faker is a renowned professional esports player from South Korea. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the history of esports, particularly in the game League of Legends.

In 2013, Faker started his professional journey by joining SK Telecom T1 2, later renamed T1, as the team’s mid laner. His debut match showcased his extraordinary talent, with perfectly-timed spears and quick combos on Nidalee, highlighting his immense potential at just 17 years old.

Since then, Faker has solidified his status as the most decorated player in the LCK and globally, securing four World titles, two Mid-Season Invitational (MSI) titles, and an impressive 10 LCK titles throughout his career.

Kristine "Kurisu" Tuting  ONEESPORTS  2024-03-20 11:36:00
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