swag ends esports CS:GO career
Braxton "swag" Pierce tweeted that he is leaving Swole Patrol and the professional scene Counter-Strike: Global Offensive in general. The American player intends to continue his career in the shooter from Riot Games, the release of which, according to rumors, will be take place this year.
I am no longer with Swole Patrol. I have decided to take a step back from competitive CS and although I may still stream CS in the future, my main goal is to await the release of Project A and put my ambitions of being the best in the world to fruition.— Braxton Pierce (@brax1wnl) February 28, 2020
swag made his debiut in the CS:GO competitive scene back in 2013 by joining Complexity. From March 2014 to January 2015, he was a member of the scandalous iBUYPOWER team, who received a lifetime ban from Valve for their proven involvement in fraud matches.