The biggest LoL event of the year, Worlds 2019, is closing in on its main event as teams are securing the final three spots through the Play-In.
Most qualified teams are getting ready for the event as their games start on October 12, however, Jankos suggested that he has been having some trouble due to a horrifying scenario.
The Polish player was streaming on October 7 when a viewer asked him how many hours he sleeps every night. This was then he revealed his terrifying story, as he leaned in close and began to speak, ASMR-style.
“I can’t sleep because every time I close my eyes I see the Asian teams before me and they are slaughtering me and they are always just invading me” he whispered, as he pretended to break down in tears.
With a distressed voice, he continued: “they kill my camps, and my laners are stuck behind their tower and there’s nothing we can do” all while pretending to tear up before exploding into a sudden wail.
Then he suddenly leaned back and said “ok well I sleep eight hours a day” before continuing his stream with a cheeky smile on his face.
This wasn’t the first time Jankos spoke about the Eastern teams ahead of Worlds 2019, on October 4 he shared his thoughts on their level of play during practice matches and did not seem particularly confident, leaving some fans worried.
G2’s first match is set to take place on October 13 against the Korean team Giffin, so fans will be able to see if the jungler was messing around, or if this year’s event will be tough for the European favorites.
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