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Former Ninjas In Pyjamas CS:GO Player Announces His Retirement



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Jacob Mourujärvi, known as “pyth,” is a 26-year-old Swedish CS:GO player who had played for Ninjas In Pyjamas in between 2015-2017. In his career, he earned over $120.000 from the tournaments that he attended.

Pyth used his official Twitter account to make his retirement announcement and saddened the community. He stated that he couldn’t find himself after leaving Ninjas In Pyjamas and knew he couldn’t get back to the level he once was.

Afterward, pyth said that he found a spark on Valorant and explained how addicting game it is. Also, he announced that he will try to be a professional Valorant player from now.

Here is what pyth wrote:

“For 9 years now I’ve been competing in CS:GO and today my career as a professional CS player officially comes to an end. These past years (after NiP) I’ve felt that I have never managed to get back to the level I once was on, I never found a place where I felt I belonged and it has been hard to find the right groove with different projects, I have learned so much from all the mistakes but also taken with me the good stuff.

Moving forward, I have found a new spark in the new game Valorant which I’m addicted to, this is a fresh start for me and I enjoy it very much and grind atleast 12 hours a day with the goal to become one of the best players in the best team.”

He added:

“Every day I come in with a new mindset to improve and I wanna learn every little “trick” to be the best version of myself, I’m taking me with all my CS knowledge but I’m also learning new stuff in the game which makes it so much fun.

Also meeting new people from all other games around the world is fun, I got to meet so much new people that are awesome coming from games like Overwatch, Apex, Fortnite etc!”

You can check out his tweet below.

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