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Faccento retires from professional Call of Duty

After years in the scene and many appearances in big competitions, he's moving onto "other opportunities in the esports industry".

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Experienced Call of Duty player Brice 'Faccento' Faccento has revealed on Twitter that he has retired from professional play after years in the scene, providing the following message:

"I've officially retired from being a professional Call of Duty player. I will never forget the friendships and memories that came along with it. With that being said, I'm extremely excited to step outside of my comfort zone and pursue other opportunities in the esports industry!"

It doesn't seem like we won't be seeing Faccento elsewhere then, and we may even see him appear as an analyst, like Anthony 'Nameless' Wheeler did when moving away from playing.

Faccento has most recently appeared on Evil Geniuses' roster, but has competed for G2 Esports, Echo Fox, Elevate, Rise Nation, and more, placing in the top four at several Call of Duty Championships.

Will you miss Faccento?

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Photo: MLG

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