Overwatch World Cup winner and Overwatch League veteran Shane “Rawkus” Flaherty has retired from Overwatch to pursue a profession in VALORANT.
Rawkus defined his determination through Twitlonger, highlighting a few of his favourite Overwatch recollections, thanking many individuals all through his profession, then talked about what’s subsequent for him.
“I grew up taking part in fps video games like CSGO and Valorant hit me otherwise,” Rawkus stated within the put up. “After I realized the way it had an identical model of CSGO aiming combined in with capacity utilization, I immediately felt snug.”
Rawkus additionally famous that extra information about his future shall be coming quickly.
Rawkus represented Crew USA within the Overwatch World Cup from 2017 to 2019, profitable gold final yr. Two different members of that beginning lineup, Jay “Sinatraa” Received and Corey “Corey” Nigra, have additionally retired from Overwatch to turn into VALORANT execs. Sinatraa is presently signed with Sentinels, whereas Corey is a part of FaZe Clan. FaZe Clan additionally not too long ago signed former OWL professional Zachary “ZachaREEE” Lombardo.
Rawkus spent his total OWL profession as a member of the Houston Outlaws, the place he was introduced as a part of the preliminary roster in 2017.
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