He may have bid goodbyes to the competition, but he never to the community.
The Los Angeles Guerrillas have entered the content creation market by signing former player Apathy, who announced his retirement from competitive sports yesterday.
Apathy will most likely work on content with the Guerrillas throughout the 2022 season, but for the time being, he will be creating content for his own YouTube channel. Apathy originally stated that despite his competitive retirement, he would remain active in the Call of Duty scene.
Apathy, a two-time Call of Duty world champion, earned his rings during the Black Ops 3 and WWII seasons, becoming one of nine players to win multiple world championships. Apathy joined the Guerrillas during his final season as a professional player, but the veteran player was unable to lift the team above a bottom-four finish in the Call of Duty League.
Apathy clarified his future plans in his retirement statement, now that his competitive career is over.
“I’ve always enjoyed creating content, and I’ve done a lot of it throughout my career. “During the competitive season, I was always inconsistent because that was my priority,” Apathy explained. “When people asked what I wanted to do after I finished competing, I always said I wanted to be a full-time content creator. I know I have to give it a shot because I might regret it later in life if I don’t.”
Apathy is one of the true greats in Call of Duty history, and he’s about to embark on a new adventure with the Guerrillas.