Pr0phie gave up on pro PUBG

Famous American eSportsman Magno "Pr0phie" Ramos has announced the end of his career as a professional player in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. Pr0phie did not specify the reasons for this decision. Here's the statement from the player.

Where to begin.. well i'd like to start this tweet in properly saying that i'll be no longer competing in PUBG. I have been in the PUBG scene since the beginning from their first official LAN event and im happy to say that i've met a lot of different people and made some good memories.

I originally wanted to retire right off the bat after PGC ended because that was a good tournament for me to end on, but @hwinn convinced me to stick a little longer and knowing that nerf and kaymind will be leaving as well i understand why it would be harder so i decided to stay and help him rebuild the roster.

As for the roster, @tgltnPUBG will be taking my spot and i believe that there is no one else better to fit the last slot on the roster and i wouldnt want it to be anyone else. As for Soniqs @thetribizzle is the most understanding person i have worked for and i talked to him prior to signing with Soniqs that i most likely wont be able to finish my contract as i will be retiring pretty soon and moving on from PUBG and he said he completely understands and supported my decision. I will be mutually parting ways with Soniqs as well its definitely a great ORG and im happy to have been signed to be them even for just a few months.

I will be focusing more of my time in to streaming and having a clear cut schedule for my stream. As for the game im playing i will most likely be playing VALORANT most of the time and grinding the game as hard as i did PUBG a long time ago. I'll be looking for a team there when the opportunity arrives but i am not too worried about it because im just starting and im still focusing on my own gameplay.

Thanks to everyone @PUBG, @PUBGEsports and everyone i was in a team with and met. Also thank you to @GhostGaming @Cloud9 @SoniqsEsports for the opportunities. special shout out to @mehmood for being 1 of my closest friend in the game.

Heres a special vid that @kay9live made for me because he is awesome

As usual ill be streaming daily on feel free to stop by <3

Pr0phie is one of those players who started playing in the PUBG competitions starting from an early access stage in the game. During his entire career, which began in 2017, he earned about 130 thousand dollars in prizes. Ramos played for such teams as Ghost Gaming, Cloud9, Genesis and others.