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RanGer retires from competitive COD Mobile to pursue career in PUBG Mobile

RanGer, a professional eSports player of COD Mobile has announced his retirement from the competitive scenario. This article says all about that.

COD Mobile player RanGer

The star player of COD Mobile from Malaysia, popularly known as Ranger has decided to retire from the competitive scenario of the free to play shooter game and pursue a career in the battle-royale game PUBG Mobile.

Playing for Yodoo RSG (Resurgence), Abdul Hakiem “RanGer” bin Tajudin is a renowned professional player of Call of Duty Mobile that has won several accolades and lifted trophies in international as well as national tournaments. He is considered as the face of RSG as his in game leadership skills are highly appreciated by his teammates as well as other analysts. He was an active player, therefore, his announcement of retire came as a surprise to his fans.

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COD Mobile player ‘RanGer’ retires to enter the world of PUBG Mobile

RanGer retires from competitive COD Mobile

The 23 year old Malaysian star of COD Mobile formerly played for 21 Huntsmen whose roster was later acquired by RSG, which is now known as Yodoo RSG after its reformation. RanGer has been a part of the RSG roster for a prolonged period of time and also led his team to become the winner of MYSG Championship 2021. His recent competitive game play was seen at CODM World Championship 2021-Grand Finals.

The team’s performance at the above mentioned tournament was decent as they were able to claim a place at the top 10 position. However, the decision of his retirement is indeed surprising as he was playing quite good. The announcement of his retirement from the competitive world of COD Mobile was made in his official account.

"As MYSG Invitational is finished and that's my final competitive appearance. I will be stepping away from Competitive CODM and will start my journey on pursuing my path to be a professional PUBGM player."

He further added-

"One of the main reasons why I quit is also due to the lack of attention from the developer. I just don't find time and worth to grind the game anymore. I wanna thank everyone who kept on supporting my journey since the start of CODM."
Yodoo RSG wins MYSG Championship 2021

RanGer has thanked all of his fans as well as his team members to support him in his journey until now. He has also revealed that the decision to leave COD Mobile was hard as the game has been an important part of his life. As he has decided to become a professional player of PUBG Mobile, it would be intriguing to see which eSports organisation bags him in their roster.

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