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CS:GO Player Cooper Announces His Transition To Valorant

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Austin Abadir, known as “Cooper,” is a 27-year-old American CS:GO player who started to be known in the world with his performance on Swole Patrol in 2018, as he performed with his brother Ryan “freakazoid” Abadir.

They had a great performance during the year that everybody got surprised and happy at the same time. However, Cooper wanted to try his luck with eUnited in November 2018, but the roster couldn’t perform as expected.

Since then, Cooper has been trying to join one of the big esports organizations. However, there was nothing for Cooper especially while almost the whole North American CS:GO scene was transitioning to Valorant.

Therefore, the veteran player decided to switch to Valorant yesterday. While saying that he was having lots of fun in CS:GO, he also mentioned that you need to adapt and move on in order to become one of the bests.

Here is the official announcement from Cooper:

“Officially announcing my switch to Valorant! Switching from CS is bittersweet, I’ve had a lot of good times, but sometimes you’ve got to adapt and move on. Streaming every night if you still want to support me! If not thank you for everything. Hopefully some good news soon.”

You can check out the post below.

Cooper lastly player for Triumph in between January and June 2021, and they had decent results in the touranments. Even though they were in top 4 on almost every tournament, they couldn’t get any trophy.

They were so close to winning the ESEA Cash Cup: North America – Winter 2020 #6, Mythic Winter Cup #1, and lastly ESEA Season 36: Premier Division – North America, but couldn’t make it to the end.

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