Long-time professional and one of the pillars of the competition Call of Duty community, Parasite, has called it a career after nearly a decade of competition, he announced on Twitter today.
“I lost all my passion for competition,” world champion 2013 speak. “I really never thought I would get to the point where it dies but when the game keeps rolling back and despite all your achievements and performances year after year your career hasn’t come to an end. where as expected. I am sad.”
Most recently, Parasite competed against Team Canada in the Challengers scene alongside Royal, Xotic, and Diamondcon. The team finished in the top six at the 2022 North American Challengers Cup for the third time over the weekend, after placing sixth and top four at the first two Challengers Cups of the season, respectively.
In Black Ops’ Cold War season, Parasite finds itself for a short time Call of Duty Allied with the London Royal Ravens prior to release to support PaulEhx ahead of phase two of the 2021 season.
Parasite is best known for his time with Fariko Impact in Call of Duty: Black Ops II season, victory CoD Champs 2013 with Karma, KiLLa and MiRx after defeating Envy in the final. Parasite has also spent time with Envy, FaZe and OpTic Gaming, among other organizations, during his nearly 10-year career.
“That’s supposed to be done,” he said say on Twitter. “I don’t know what I’m going to do next but I can’t keep pretending I still want to play. If the game was in a better state I probably wouldn’t say this but this is the here and now. I apologize to all my supporters who wish me to continue but I simply cannot force myself any further. ”
Parasite said he will continue to live stream and “maybe” talk about CDL and Challengers events. He is the main pillar on The side since launch in 2021, helps split matches with ZooMaa host and others from the competition Call of Duty context.
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