Jacop Pyth Mourujarvi, former member of Ninjas in Pajamas, has decide to retire from competitive CS:GO to move to VALORANT. In his statement Pyth said that “For 9 years now I’ve been competing in CS:GO and today my career as a professional CS player officially comes to an end.”
“Grinding 12 hours a day this game has made me to who I am today – wrote Jacop Pyth Mourujarvi -, I’ve met so much people that are so important to me in my life, I’m so thankful for everything this game has done for me and creating memories that I will never forget for the rest of my life.”
But this won’t be the end for Jacop Pyth Mourujarvi who is going to move to another Esports. “Moving forward – he announced on his TwitLonger – , I have found a new spark in the new game Valorant which I’m addicted to, this is a fresh start for me and I enjoy it very much and grind at least 12 hours a day with the goal to become one of the best players in the best team.”
Valorant (stylized as VALORANT) is an upcoming free-to-play multiplayer first-person shooter video game developed by Riot Games. It is the first game Riot Games has developed in the genre. Riot hasn’t officially confirmed a release date for Valorant, but it’s planning to release it in the summer of 2020.