SKT T1 Peanut Drunk Stream Cut Short By Kkoma

by James Bates

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Alcohol does strange things to us all and is the precipitator of many an odd story, including this one. Earlier last night, Peanut returned home from a bout of drinking and decided to stream, because of course the best thing for a highly visible player to do when they return home from carousing is to put themselves out there for all their fans to see. Peanut immediately told the audience that ranked games were far too boring for him right now (Peanut is currently the #1 ranked player in solo queue on the Korean server) and instead decided to take some fan questions. For a half-hour, Peanut indulged the audience by entertaining them with his quirky personality, as well as by answering some questions in hilarious fashion. The topics he touches on included the following (thanks to reddit user Ashley Kang for translations):

  • How proud he is about his Baron steal vs BBQ Game 1 (And yes, he saw the Ashe ult)
  • His exercise plan, fitness goals (I eat 4 bananas a day!) and his desire to get buff
  • Shedding light on Bang "slapping" Wolf just after the BBQ match
  • The times when he saw Bang, Faker and Blank angry
  • When Wolf left his dog Winter on Blank's bed and she made a mess on the bed
  • The time when Faker got sulky at Peanut and Huni, and they reconciled over fried chicken
  • Peanut playfully beefing Faker about Faker acting tough during interviews
  • Singing along to the music and just having fun

Unfortunately, the party came to an abrupt end around a half-hour after it got started. Kkoma apparently sprinted to Peanut all the way from his own house in order to get the SKT T1 player off stream. He heard about the "debacle" only a few minutes before he was going to turn in for the night, and immediately came to put an end to it. The broadcast is currently preserved in its entirety, though there's no way to know if SKT T1 will leave it up or not. If you want to give it a look before it's gone, go for it. The complete stream can be found here, at least for the time being.

By James Bates

A wanna-be novelist turned coach turned journalist, James is living proof that you never know where you'll end up. He's in love with narrative-heavy games, which he proves by spending his days writing about a game with less lore than Doom. His greatest regret in life is not having his name in the credits of Life is Strange, and it's galvanized him to truly pursue developing games that don't begin in packed taverns and use D20s.