The South Korean, who made his name in professional esports playing LoL, is a three time World Champion and is one of four players in the game's history to have successfully defended that title.
Faker joined Twitter in January but posted his first tweet on February 25.
After attracting a worldwide fanbase on the back of his own personal success and also the triumphs of T1, he seems to be looking forward to interacting with fans a bit more in the near future.
"Hello, this is my new official Twitter page," he tweeted. "I joined so I can talk to our amazing fans that cheer us on around the world! I’m very excited for the future of my team."
Hello, this is my new official Twitter page. I joined so I can talk to our amazing fans that cheer us on around the world! I’m very excited for the future of my team @sktelecom_t1— T1 Faker (@faker) February 25, 2019
We will continue to work hard to win and make the fans proud. I hope you will keep supporting us!
SK Telecom T1 has revealed that their team is set for a rebrand as well, after sealing a partnership with Comcast Spectacor.
Whether or not that deal is related to Faker's sudden move to Twitter is unknown at this time, but is bound to be good news for followers of the player and his team.