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JKap steps away from professional Call of Duty after a 10-year run

The 26-year-old is presently the fifth-highest earning Call of Duty player.

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Jordan "JKap" Kaplan has announced that he has retired from professional Call of Duty after remaining active on the scene for the past decade.

The 26-year-old started his journey playing for Xtravagant in 2010, and his longest stay within a team was with Team Envy between 2015 and 2017. He is reportedly the 5th highest-earning player in Call of Duty history with over $700,000 received from tournaments.

JKap's tweet, which broke the news, said: "I'm officially retiring from Call of Duty. It was an incredible 10-year run that gave me some of the best memories of my life, but it's time to move on to another challenge. Thank you for all the support over the years."

He has had a stunning career that's for sure, and we wish him the best in whatever he decides to focus his attention on next.

Thanks, ESTNN.

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