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G2 Esports’ Jankos About His Retirement: “I Don’t See Myself Playing Until 2025”

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Marcin Jankowski, known as “Jankos,” is a 25-year-old Polish League Of Legends player who has been playing under the G2 Esports brand for over three years. In his career, he earned over $400.000 from the events.

During a recent interview with Inven Global, Jankos talked about their performances in this split, what Nelson brings to the table for G2 right now, and the possibility of him being retired or joining an LCS team.

In the conversation, Jankos admitted that he is closer to the end of his career compared to the beginning of his career, which means that retirement can be an option in near future. As Jankos said, he doesn’t see himself playing competitively until 2025, 2026, and 2027.

Furthermore, the Polish jungler revealed that he doesn’t have a plan to retire, but he wants to play the game as long as he can perform and being in a good team that can contest for the top-tier tournaments.

Additionally, Jankos touched upon the fact that he still wants to win a League Of Legends World Championship, which means that we could see him competing for the Worlds prior his retirement.

Interviewer asked:

“Last year, you said that you were closer to the end of your career than you were to the beginning. Now that you’ve had a year more to play, and there have been more challenges domestically, how much longer do you feel you want to play?”

Jankos replied:

“I’m still closer for sure. Because, well, I’ve been playing since 2014. So I don’t see myself playing until 2025, 2026, 2027. Maybe something changes, maybe I will and maybe I will still be decent at the game.

But I don’t know what is my plan to retire, I want to play until I have the chance of being good and being in a good team, if that makes sense. I think that there is always a way to play and I’ve always wanted to win Worlds. And that hasn’t changed.”

Later in the conversation, Jankos discussed his possibility of playing in LCS and pointed out that if he ever plays for an LCS team, he would definitely try to win some trophies instead of only paychecks.

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