Jason “f0rsakeN” Susanto’s older brother Kevin “xccurate” Susanto announced his retirement from competitive Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO) and said that he will be focusing on both VALORANT and his personal life.
The announcement came in the form of a TwitLonger released after several months of being inactive in Team NKT’s CSGO roster.
“Today I would like to announce my retirement from the competitive world of CSGO. I’ve gone through many ups and downs… I would like to thank all the teams and teammates that have been a part of my journey all these years,” Xccurate stated in his announcement.
Despite his retirement from CSGO, Xccurate assured his fans that there’s still some hope for the Indonesian pro to serve some FPS action as he intends to focus on Riot’s FPS game.
“With this statement, I would like to let you all know from now on I will be focusing on VALORANT and real life,” Xccurate mentioned in his retirement announcement.
With so many rosters looking for exceptional players, one can only speculate whether or not Xccurate will transition to competitive VALORANT and pair with his superstar brother in the near future.