Caps Clinches Another LEC Title, Equalling Faker's Record of Domestic Championships

In the ever-evolving world of esports, few names have become as synonymous with success as Rasmus 'Caps' Winther. The Danish mid-laner has once again led G2 Esports to victory in the LEC 2023 Season Finals, further solidifying his status as the greatest Western player in League of Legends history. With this win, Caps has matched the number of domestic titles held by the legendary Korean player, Faker.

A Journey to Greatness

Caps began his professional journey with Fnatic in 2018, where he won two championships. However, it was his move to G2 Esports that catapulted him into the realm of legends. With G2, he has now won eight LEC titles, bringing his total to an astounding ten domestic championships. This achievement places him on par with Faker, who also holds ten domestic titles in Korea's LCK.

The LEC 2023 Season Finals

The finals were a spectacle to behold. G2 Esports faced off against their long-time rivals, Fnatic. Despite some resistance from Fnatic, G2 Esports emerged victorious with a 3-1 win. The team's performance was nothing short of dominant, finishing games in an average of 24 minutes and accumulating a total of 77 kills across their three wins.

Matching the GOAT

While Caps has matched Faker in domestic titles, there is still a gap in their international achievements. Faker has won two Mid-Season Invitational titles and three World Championships. Caps, on the other hand, has one MSI title to his name. However, with both players still active and under contract until 2025, the race for more titles is far from over.

The Road Ahead

With the 2023 World Championship just around the corner, Caps has a golden opportunity to further close the gap between him and Faker. As the top-seeded team from the LEC, G2 Esports will skip the Play-In phase and head straight into the newly introduced "Swiss Stage" of the tournament.


Caps' latest LEC title not only cements his legacy but also sets the stage for an exciting future. As he matches Faker's domestic title count, the debate around the greatest player in League of Legends history becomes ever more intriguing. With the World Championship up next, all eyes will be on Caps to see if he can take his legacy to even greater heights.