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Pyth joins Singapore Bleed . team

Swedish VALUABLE player Jacob “pyth” Mourujärvi will retire in 2022 to join SEA team Bleed, the organization announced today.

Pyth has spent time on the sidelines since he was benched by G2 in June. G2 was the first organization he played for. VALUABLE after doing the conversion from CS GO in May 2020. The 28-year-old helped G2 win many tournaments when Riot Games’ FPS was still new, such as the WePlay Invitational in July 2020, BLAST Twitch Invitational in September 2020 and Red Bull Home Ground one in January 2021.

G2, however, struggled in the VCT tournaments and reality changed the whole thing VALUABLE mid-year team. Pyth has been a free agent since November and has not participated in any related tournaments, at least since June. “I left Sweden in January and will be moving to Singapore and playing at VCT Southeast Asian [with Bleed] in 2022,” he said on Twitter.

Bleed parted ways with three Singapore players at the end of November and replaced them with another trio just days later. The Southeast Asian team is still participating in this year’s tournaments, but the lineup is expected to have many changes. Bleed said pyth will be its wednesday VALUABLE players, although the organization currently has four signed and one loan players, according to VLR.gg.

It is currently unclear if Bleed wants to bring in more international players or if pyth will be the only non-Singaporean on the list.


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