Call of Duty: Warzone professional player Jukeyz was recently placed in an induced coma 3 days ago on September 27. Thankfully, the pro was only in the coma for 2 days, and woke up yesterday. Liam’s (Jukeyz) family confirmed that the Warzone pro is now awake, and one of the first things he asked was if Call of Duty: Modern Warfare had been released yet!
Jukeyz is a content creator and streamer for the London Royal Ravens Call of Duty League franchise. A participant since 2019, Jukeyz has participated in countless Warzone tournaments and in August 2020 signed with the London Royale Ravens. The esports pro and streamer recently had a child with his girlfriend in August.
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Call of Duty: Warzone Pro Jukeyz Wakes Up from Coma and Asks An Unbelievable Question
On September 27, Liam’s partner Emily took to Twitter to inform fans and followers that the content creator had had an asthma attack and his heart stopped. Emily said the London Royal Ravens member has responded well to medication even though he was in a medically induced coma.
2 days after the health crisis, Jukeyz’s family let the community know that he was awake and healthy. The family also said Jukeyz asked if Modern Warfare 2 (MW2), Activision’s upcoming game of the franchise, was released. Fans, other CoD players, and content creators were relieved to read that Jukeyz not only recovered, but looked fine.
Luckily for Jukeyz, he was only in a coma for as less as 2 days. However, we still have some time before MW2 releases on October 28th. While he’s healthy enough to ask about his longtime favorite franchise, Jukeyz may need a few more days of recovery before returning to streaming or competing.
It is way too early for Jukeyz to even think of getting back to playing games and streaming. Although he may be conscious enough to talk and ask about the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, playing the game is a different task all together. It will take a little more time for the Warzone pro to get back to his old self, but he’s had a good start by healthily waking up from his coma.