RIKO's time making a MASSIVEimpact has concluded
Dylan "RIKO" Sabin-Arnce has announced that he will be stepping down from MASSIVEimpact with immediate effect. The reason for the abrupt departure is because the 22-year-old was offered a new job that he "couldn't say no to." However, he is still " open to pugging out the season with any other teams."
The move comes not even a day after the squad managed to qualify for the ECS Season 7 North America Challenger Cup, after they cruised through the first qualifier with wins over SODMG and Infamous.
This iteration of MASSIVEimpact did not even make it two weeks, with Marian "tyfoon" Lesnic only recently replacing Michael "MAiNLiNE" Jaber.
MASSIVEimpact's roster is now:
- Sebastian "seb" Bucki
- Shawn "witmer" Taylor
- Collin "wrath" McSweegan
- Marian "tyfoon" Lesnic
The team will next be in action on Wednesday, as they are scheduled to take on Singularity in MDL. It is not known who the team will field in place of RIKO.
If I could live with my parents and pursue gaming as a career that would be ideal. I will still play fpl/pugging anything with friends but I don't want to get off work and grind cs all night. that's my biggest reason to leaving massive impact.— RIKO (@rik0k0) February 18, 2019