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PUBG Player Interrogate Announces His Retirement

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Nick Raposo, known as “Interrogate,” is a 29-year-old Canadian PUBG player who had been playing for Team Envy since November 2018. On 17th January 2020, Team Envy disbanded their roster and he became a free agent.

After two days, Interrogate announced his retirement and said that he might be a coach for a PUBG team in the future.

Here is what Interrogate wrote:

“I just wanted to write up a little something after the announcement that @Envy was releasing us. I am officially retiring from competing in @PUBGesports and going to pursue different things. It has been an amazing 3 years of my life. I learned a ton, experienced many new things, and had some of the most fun I’ve had in my life. I am very thankful of what @PUBGEsports and all the organizations that I played for did for me. It was truly a dream come true and I wouldn’t trade it for anything.

Thanks to all my previous team mates from all the teams I played on, you guys taught me a lot and we shared lots of great memories together. I am happy I met a ton of people that I can call friends and I hope we cross paths again.”

Interrogate on his future:

“Right now I am investing a lot of time into GTA 5 RP on NoPixel, and planning on streaming more of it shortly. I am struggling a lot with my PC/Internet to stream the game because GTA 5 is super intense to run, so I need some upgrades and figure out what to do. Follow my Twitch to see when I will be live next https://www.twitch.tv/interrogate

I am interested in COACHING PUBG if a team is looking for a very experienced person. As most of you know I’ve played this game from the beginning and have a lot of knowledge and understanding how PUBG esports works. Unfortunately I am only open to PAID opportunities for coaching which is going to be pretty difficult considering almost all orgs in NA are gone now. I am willing to relocate to different regions or do coaching from NA. DM me if you want to talk.

I also would love to work in any esports area for any game. I am a fast learner and very dedicated to whatever job I go for so I would be happy to try something different in the esports scene. DM’s are open to anything.”

He added:

“Thanks for all the support through the last few years everyone. I really appreciate the time and effort everyone put into me and the PUBG esports scene. <3”

You can read his tweet below.



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