M1ME quits PUBG

American esports athlete Austin "M1ME" Scherff has officially announced on Twitter that he is ending his career as a professional player in PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS. He did not elaborate on the reasons behind this decision.

M1ME started playing on the PUBG pro scene in 2020 as a member of Genesis. That same year, he moved to Soniqs, where he stayed until August 2023. Throughout his career, he earned about 600 thousand dollars in prize money in the discipline.

Recall that in early September, the esports club Soniqs renewed its lineup for PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS - the new member of the team was Matt "Kickstart" Smith. He replaced M1ME.

M1ME's main achievements in PUBG

Origin: twitter.com