Jankos, the League of Legends player who accidentally leaked a roster move, is defending his blunder.
Janos, the League of Legends player who accidentally leaked a roster move, is defending his blunder. In an interview with Tyler1, Janos claims he didn't know that it was an organized team and that he had no idea what the rules are for maintaining secrecy.
To be truthful, I think that all the... groups are kinda revealed. Janos stated on stream.
Janos unintentionally leaked a League of Legends roster carry on Jan. 13, and now he's defending his mistake.
G2 isn't the only LEC org that has yet to validate its lineup for next season. Team Vitality and Fanatic remain in the same boat.
The Group Heretics player leaked Martin Like Sundering will be G2s brand-new jungle for the 2023 season. In a recent stream, Janos pinned the blame on Leagues' announcement culture. He explained that most roster relocations in League are commonly recognized months before they're made official thanks to journalists.
G2s brand-new roster has yet to be made authorities. The group parted ways with Janos, Flanked, and Targets earlier this month but hasn't signed any brand-new gamers. A report from Nov. 5, nevertheless, suggests Like will be changing Janos. Hans Samey, meanwhile, will be taking over from Flanked, according to a report, and Mike will supposedly be the brand-new assistance in place of Targets.
In Janos defense, practically all League lineup relocations are reported by journalists before they're made official by groups.