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Ghost Gaming Announces Unexpected PUBG Roster Changes

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Ghost Gaming is one of the most recognizable esports organizations that PUBG scene has. In 2 years, lots of teams have disbanded their rosters and left the competitive PUBG scene including Cloud9 and eUnited.

On 13 December, Ghost Gaming announced that they disbanded their roster and left the competitive PUBG. Also, DrasseL will continue to be a streamer for the Ghost Gaming.

Ghost Gaming was:

Kevin “Miccoy” Linn

Cedrik “DrasseL” Lessard

Tristan “Shrimzy” Nowicki

Jaden “Vegas” James

Miccoy said:

“Ill make a tweet longer later but Ghost was and will always be like a family to me. I pretty much grew up and matured with them over the last 2 years. I have transformed in many ways. I am packing all the stuff for my pc set up so no stream until im home”

Shrimzy said:

“I just want to say thank you to Ghost Gaming, they gave me an opportunity to break into the PUBG scene for the first time at a high level. I would never be where I am today without them, and for that I am blessed.
With that being said, as of now I will be looking for paid opportunities. Whether that be streaming, content creation, or representing a team for PUBG 2020. I will be looking at every offer carefully and every DM will be confidential.”

DrasseL said:

“This year I got to live my dream, and it was better than I could ever imagine. Thanks with all my heart to @GhostGaming @MattDillonGG and my teammates. I remain with Ghost for now as a content creator, in Cali, and who knows where 2020 will take me…”

You can check the tweets below.

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