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Faker loses his cool and rage quits Jump King after massive fail

Published: 28/Jan/2020 5:38

by Andrew Amos

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Lee ‘Faker’ Sang-hyeok might be known as one of the best League of Legends players in history with incredible mechanical prowess, but that skill hasn’t quite made the jump to Jump King, with the mid laner rage quitting the game after failing spectacularly.

Faker is known in the League community for his seemingly unbreakable mental and his extraordinary mechanical skill. T1’s star mid laner has been at the top of his game since he made his competitive debut back in 2013, still racking up MVPs back home in Korea.

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However, his skills haven’t transferred to the notoriously difficult Jump King. The rage-inducing platformer has been the enemy of many streamers as of late, with many of Twitch’s most popular personalities spending days trying to complete it.

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Jump King took Twitch by storm at the end of 2019, with Faker recently jumping onto the craze.

Faker was playing the 2D platformer while waiting in queue for his League games on his January 27 stream, climbing up the tower trying to meet the “smokin’ hot babe” at the top.

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However, disaster struck as he was loading into game, with Jump King tabbing out towards the League client as the game was about to start. This cost the streamer a pretty nasty fall, but he could work himself back up.

After tabbing back in though, things went from bad to worse, as the client tabbing out sent him into a bit of panic within Jump King.

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He failed four jumps in a row to fall down to the very bottom of the castle, almost back into the forest level, after being so close to the top. Every fall was met with an exacerbated sigh and a few Korean expletives.

As his character laid flat on the forest floor, Faker decided that he had enough of the game, rage quitting and preparing for his impending League game.

Twitch chat was having a field day with the unkillable demon king’s reaction though, seeing a side to the League pro that not many have seen. His usually unbreakable mental shattered under the pressure of trying to climb up the Jump King tower, and he looked part-annoyed, part-furious.

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Seeing Faker angry is a rare sight, but his Jump King fail really destroyed his mental.

One could argue that his Jump King fail also impacted his League gameplay. Faker had an underwhelming game on Mordekaiser to finish off his stream with a 2/5/3 stat line in the heavy defeat.

Given how much the platformer threw him off his game, it’s unlikely that we will see Faker complete Jump King any time soon.

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Drake’s incredible $8 million car collection in pictures

Published: 13/Oct/2020 16:30

by Kieran Bicknell

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Drake needs no introduction. As one of the biggest names in rap music across the globe, the star has amassed a net worth of over $150 million. Not only is his net worth insane, but so is his car collection.

Canadian musician Drake – real name Aubrey – is one of the best-known names in rap music. With a ridiculous number of awards to his name, he has become an almost permanent fixture on mainstream music charts. As you may imagine, his success had led to him building up quite the car collection.

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Reportedly, the total value of his current car collection is worth nearly eight-figures. With his continued success, it is likely that he will break this barrier within the next few years if all goes well.

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Drake’s car collection is the stuff of dream for even die-hard car collectors.

Drake’s insane car collection 2020

Drake is a big fan of British supercar makers McLaren, and has a number of their cars in his fleet. One of his personal favorites is his white McLaren 675LT. Costing upwards of $338,000 the 675LT is one of McLaren’s most ‘hardcore’ cars ever, with 666hp from its twin-turbo V8 engine.

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His Lamborghini Aventador is a special edition LP 700-4 model.

Not one to go with ‘basic’ versions of cars, Drake purchased a limited-edition Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. With 700hp on tap, this Lambo will do 0-60 in under 3 seconds, and cost Drake a cool $400,000. Drake has also previously said the car “makes him feel like Christian Bale (in Batman)” when behind the wheel.

Swapping performance for all-out luxury, Drake owns one of the plushest cars money can buy – a Mercedes Pullman. Typically used by royal families and government officials, this high-class Merc is perfect for whisking Drake around in absolute luxury. It doesn’t come cheap, however, retailing at over $600k.

 

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Opting for a one-off car is a great way to ‘flex’ your wealth, and that’s exactly what Drake has done with his $700k+ Mansory Bushukan Phantom. Featuring a custom design, along with a solid gold OVO hood ornament in place of the RR ‘spirit of ecstasy’ the Phantom is perfect for ultra-plush travel.

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Drake’s incredible hypercar collection

In terms of hypercars, his collection is as crazy as you’d imagine. His Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir is one of only 12 in the world, and cost a whopping $2,000,000. Drake also has a LaFerrari in Yellow, which likely set him back around $1.5-$2 million.

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Drake’s Veyron Sang Noir is one of his rarest cars.

If you thought the Bugatti was wild, the crown of Drake’s collection will blow you away. He has reportedly bought one of the world’s first Devel Sixteen hypercars. With an alleged 5000hp from its 12.3l, V16 engine, it is one of the rarest cars in the world, costing $2,200,000.

Drake’s custom private jet

Of course, we can’t forget his custom Boeing 767 private jet, but that won’t fit in a garage, so we’ve excluded it from the list.

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All told, Drake’s car collection is currently sitting around the $8 million mark, if reports are to be believed. Who knows where it will sit in a few years time.