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Kaboose Retires As He Leaves Team Envy’s Valorant Roster



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Jake McDonald, known as “Kaboose,” is a 21-year-old American former CS:GO player who was lastly playing for Swole Patrol. In June 2020, he switched to Valorant with together we are a terrific roster.

After a month, Team Envy signed the roster, and they have been representing Team Envy since then. Throughout the year, they have become a strong mid-field team across North America as they were eliminated in the playoff most of the time.

Last month, Team Envy decided to bench Kaboose before the new season starts and loaned Jimmy “Marved” Nguyen from FaZe Clan. Now, Team Envy announced that they parted ways with Kaboose via Twitter.

Later on, Kaboose replied to the post and thanked Team Envy for their support. Then, Kaboose revealed that he decided to put his esports career on hold because he wanted to consider the other opportunities in life.

Today we say farewell to one of the members of our OG VALORANT roster, kaboose,” Team Envy said goodbye to their long-time player. “Thank you so much for your time with us, we wish you nothing but the best!”

Kaboose wrote:

Been a wild ride, thank you Envy for an amazing experience! At the moment I have decided to put my esports career on hold and look towards other opportunities, I’ve made so many great friends with esports and wish you all the best!”

You can check out the post below.

Team Envy and Kaboose got eliminated in the First Strike North America by Team SoloMid in the semifinals and won Cloud9 To The Skyes against Renegades. Two months later, they won against Sentinels at VCT 2021: North America Stage 1 Challengers 2.

However, they lost against Gen.G Esports in VCT 2021: North America Stage 1 Masters and have become the 4th-5th team. Following that, they played at VCT 2021: North America Stage 2 Challengers 1 and VCT 2021: North America Stage 2 Challengers Finals, but couldn’t reach out to the finals.

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