The ace player took to Twitter to convey his parting message to the CS: GO community. In the emotional goodbye, he posted multiple tweets where he talked about all things related to Counter-Strike.
He thanked the fans and the community for always showering love and support on him throughout his career. It was a tough move for him to make, and he is grateful for the professional ecosystem of Counter-Strike that gave him many unforgettable memories.
He stated that being a part of the esports title was a dream come true, and it wouldn’t have been possible to achieve without the fans. Humbled by the continued love the fans showcased throughout his career, he singled out Swedish fans who kept him motivated through hard times.
A trip down the memory lane has brought many refreshing memories of LAN tournaments that he played with an arena full of people from around the world. He stated that lifting the Major back in 2016 still serves as one of his fondest memories.
The ace player is looking forward to welcoming a brand new chapter of his professional career with Valorant. It will be intriguing to see the star player bring his top skills in Riot Games’ latest title.
The professional ecosystem of eSports is currently suffering because of COVID-19. So far, no top-tier EU Valorant team has offered any response on the developing situation, but it will interesting to see where the veteran ends up. Although, a potential team up with ‘Scream’ in Team Liquid could serve as a delightful treat for the fans world over.