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Professional League of Legends player Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok rage quits Jump King live on stream after failing at the game.
The Skt T1 mid lane player, Faker, is well known for his exponential mechanical skills at League of Legends and has been hailed as one of the best players in the game’s history, but it seems that his skills in the popular MOBA game didn’t quiet transition well to Jump King.
The indie game created by Swedish developers Nexile has proved to be quite a challenge to many Twitch streamers, eventually resulting in either rage quit or simply accepting defeat.
On January 7, Faker was playing Jump King while waiting in queue for a League of legends game, attempting to climb up the tower in search of the Smoking Hot Babe, but after failing four jumps in a row, ending up at the bottom of the castle.
After he lost hours of progress in the game, he quit the game without uttering a word tabbing back into League of Legends, although the reaction expected from viewers wasn’t as loud and rage worthy as other streamers that played the game but keep in mind that this is Faker, after all, he’s a player known for being calm even at the most stressful moments.