Rasim “Blazt” Ogresevic, a Call of Duty content creator for the Minnesota RØKKR, dozed off through today’s World Series of Warzone competition.
Rasim “Blazt” Ogresevic, a Minnesota RØKKR Call of Duty content maker, mistakenly slept through today’s World Series of Warzone event, forcing his colleague to find a substitute as he missed out on a share of the $400,000 prize pool.
Oversleeping or failing to wake up on time is a bad sensation. It usually indicates you’re running late for anything important, which puts a damper on the rest of your day. Sleeping during a tournament with a $400,000 prize pool, as Blazt did, is perhaps much worse.
During the World Series of Warzone event, Blazt was set to partner up with MuTeX, another Call of Duty: Warzone player, as his tandem. But MuTeX hadn’t heard from Blazt in a day, which made him concerned about his well-being.
According to Jake Lucky, it appeared at first that MuTeX would be forced to play single because Blazt was not available. MuTeX stated on stream that he didn’t believe anyone was “dumb enough” to sleep through one of the largest Warzone tournaments to date. However, Blazt later said that he had mistakenly slept through the competition.
“Have you ever fallen asleep at 12 a.m. and woke up at 3 p.m. without waking up once?” Blazt wrote on Twitter. “15 hours straight how is that even possible?”
According to Jake Lucky, Blazt will be unable to participate for the remainder of the competition, and MuTeX has found a replacement named Christophertremb to act as his new duet partner.
Fans may still watch MuTeX compete in the World Series of Warzone event to see how he does with a last-minute teammate.