Spiidi announces retirement

German esports athlete Timo "⁠Spiidi⁠" Richter is retiring as a professional Counter-Strike player. He published the corresponding statement via his Twitter account.

In his farewell message to fans, Richter said that he began to think about leaving esports back in the spring of this year. He mentioned losing interest in both competitive play and personal improvement as a player.

Spiidi⁠ competed on the pro scene for ten years. At different times, the 28-year-old German represented such famous clubs as MOUZ, PENTA and Sprout, securing high places in a number of big tournaments. However, his only top tier trophy was received for winning Acer Predator Masters Season 2.

He spent the entire 2023 as part of ALTERNATE aTTaX. Currently, it is unknown who will take his place in the German team.

 ALTERNATE aTTaX are now:

 Michalis "⁠awzek⁠" Napoloni
 Lukas "⁠FreeZe⁠" Hegmann
 Paul "⁠PerX⁠" von Erdmannsdorff
Max "⁠PANIX⁠" Hangebruch

 Sebastian "⁠xenn⁠" Hoch (coach)

Origin: twitter.com