Former Ninjas in Pajamas player Jacob pyth Mourujarvi announced his retirement at CS: GO. The Swedish esportsman tweeted that he plans to perform at Valorant.

The last pyth team was Lilmix. He left her in mid-February.

The 26-year-old pyth has been playing on the professional CS scene since 2010. At various times, he played for SK Gaming, FlipSid3 Tactics, Digital Chaos and Vexed Gaming. In 2016-2017 he represented NiP, with whom he became the champion of Intel Extreme Masters XI – Oakland and DreamHack Masters Malmö 2016. For ten years, Mourujärvi earned more than $ 126 thousand in prize money.

Earlier, other cybersportsmen also reported leaving CS: GO to Valorant. Among them are Tyson TenZ Ngo, Hunter SicK Mims, Shabseb ShahZam Khan, Braxton swag Pierce, Kevin AZK Larivere and the entire MVP PK roster.

Victor food Wong left the Swole Patrol CS: GO roster to join the T1 Valorant team. About this with reference to sources close to the e-sportsman, the resource dust2 reported.

On May 4, Ryan fREAKAZOiD Abadir announced that Swole Patrol continues to search for an organization so as not to move to Valorant. On May 6, he added that in addition to sponsors, the team now needs a fifth player.

Wong has been on the professional stage of CS: GO since 2015. He played for Team Singularity and eUnited. Earlier it became known that T1 on Valorant joined another former Swole Patrol member – Braxton swag Pierce. Details of the transfer can be found here.

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