In what comes as a shocker, SPUNJ, the powerhouse of the Australian CS:GO quad Renegades which got their name from the PGL Asia Minor, has now decided to retire from the professional scene following vague performance at the ELEAGUE and ESL One Major qualifiers this month. SPUNJ retires immediately from the professional scene.
He announced his departure on his official Twitter handle.
I have decided to hang up the mouse and retire from professional CSGO! Big thank you to everyone who (cont) https://t.co/UhNwv7R6Qy
— Chad Burchill (@SPUNJ) June 17, 2016
Concerning my future, I don’t know where it will take me but I do know I will endeavor to stay in the esports industry.
There are no announcements however by the organization on his retirement or the player replacing SPUNJ. The fate of the Australian squad still remains a mystery. SPUNJ, who was recently being criticized for his lack of leadership skills after their performance issues in the recent events. Although his departure, SPUNJ mentioned about his presence in the industry without the competitive interference.