Yet another CS:GO pro is making the move to Valorant; with Former Cloud 9 player, Jordan “Zellsis” Montemurro announcing the switch today.
Former Cloud9 and Swole Patrol player, Jordan “Zellsis” Montemurro announced he'll be quitting competitive CS:GO for the foreseeable future.
The decision comes about as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the fact Swole Patrol have very low chances of finding an organization to represent them.
Like many North American pro-CS:GO players, he is making the move to Valorant.
Zellsis started his professional CS:GO career in 2016. Over those 4 years he won over $30,000 USD in prize money.
His best result was 9th-11th place at IEM Katowice with Cloud9.
For the last two months he was playing under the banners of Swole Patrol. Unfortunately now the CS:GO scene simply doesn’t have enough organizations that are ready to support the lower tier teams.
Jordan hopes to find success in new competitive FPS from Riot Games, Valorant, and we wish him all the best with the switch.