Professional Fortnite player Jake ‘Poach’ Brumleve has announced his retirement
from the game and is planning to join Valorant because of how bad Fortnite is becoming.
There is no rocket science in understanding that ‘Fortnite’ is dying day by day as its old
professional players are coming forward to talk about what wrong Epic Games did after
Game’s long time content creator like Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins says he doesn’t find game
as interesting as it was back in Chapter 1.
And now Team Liquid professional player ‘Poach’ announced his official retirement on March 30.
Reason why ‘Poach’ left Fortnite
For the reason, he mentions two points “lackluster communication” and “fundamentally flawed decisions” he also says that the game isn’t fun for him anymore. and according to him, these things have ‘ruined‘ the game.
“Unfortunately, I haven’t enjoyed playing it in a long time and it affected me by not wanting to stream Fortnite,” he explained. “I wanted to stream other games, but I felt boxed in until I made a decision on what I was going to do. That sucked.”
He also talked about Fortnite’s E-sports scene which also made him push away from the game.
“I’m a very competitive person and I really want to compete in something truly competitive
and Fortnite to me clearly wasn’t that,” he says.
However, after his tweet many Fortnite content creator like ‘Ewok’, ‘TimTheTatman’ and fellow
pro players came supported his decision.
After that, he discussed his future plans to join Riot Games upcoming Valorant.
“For the future I hope I find what I’m looking for in Valorant,” he said. “I have high hopes for the game and am very motivated to stream and try and compete.”
E-sports community already have much higher expectation from Valorant as many
streamers are saying that Valorant will dominate the FPS genre for a very long time.
Streamers like ‘Pokimane’ & ‘Summit1g’ says that Valorant is going to kill Overwatch.
Well, it is just a matter of time to figure this out as on March 30 Riot Games officially
announced Valorant Closed Beta to be live on April 7 2020.
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