JDM64 steps down from Counter Strike to persue Valorant

Former CLG, Liquid, and Envy player Josh “jdm64” Marzano has announced he will be stepping down from competitive CS:GO to pursue Valorant.

JDM64 steps down from Counter Strike to persue Valorant
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Former CLG, Liquid, and Envy player Josh “jdm64” Marzano has announced he will be stepping down from competitive CS:GO to pursue Valorant.

The recently 30-year-old AWPer has been a little inactive when it comes down to competitive CS:GO since his removal from Envy’s lineup roster back in June (2019), spending most of his days playing FPS and Rank S to keep improving. 

In a statement from JDM himself, he said; 

“I’m making the switch to compete in @PlayValorant and am looking for a team/org to represent.”

The switch to Valorant is seeming to be an evergrowing problem for the Counterstrike scene. 

Personaly, I remember JDM back in the CLG days, and he was one of the best talents of his time. 

We wish you the best of luck JDM, and hope Valorant is everything you want it to be!