Zellsis quits CS:GO and jumps into VALORANT

May 10 2020 1 min read

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Professional CS:GO player Jordan "Zellsis" Montemurro, formerly of Swole Patrol, announced today that he would be "quitting CS for the foreseeable future." 

His decision was spurred on by the difficulties experienced by competitive CS:GO during the coronavirus pandemic and his conclusion that smaller teams and organizations may never get proper support from the scene. Swole Patrol has been in search of an organization for some time now, which must've helped him make the decision.

During his CS:GO career, Zellsis played for a variety of teams, like Cloud9 (trial), Team Singularity, and eUnited (uncontracted). At every major turning point, he and his fellow teammates fell back on Swole Patrol, their organizationless team.

In his TwitLonger, Zellsis states that he will be making a move to competitive VALORANT, adding him to a growing list of CS:GO pros that have left for Riot's upcoming tactical shooter. Thanking his fans for all their support, he asks that they continue to do so as he switches careers.


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