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Troubley announces retirement

PENTA Sports member Tobias "Troubley" Tabbert has announced that he has retired from competitive gaming.


In a post on his official Facebook page, Tobias "Troubley" Tabbertrevealed that he no longer feels motivated to play the game on a competitive level, which has made him call time on his career as a professional player.

The decision comes as a huge surprise as Tabbert and his PENTA Sports teammates had signed full-time contracts with the German organisation only a couple of weeks ago.


Troubley will no longer play CS:GO competitively (photo


Formerly of a-Losers and Team Alternate, Tabbert donned the colours of mousesports, Planetkey Dynamics and PENTA Sports throughout his CS:GO career, attending several international events, including DreamHack Winter 2014 and ESL One Katowice.

Despite hanging up his mouse and keyboard, Tabbert stated that he plans to remained involved in esports in a different capacity.


"First of all I would like to thank everyone who supported me in my career," Tabbert wrote. "I look back considering me as one of the best german players and able to compete with the best all over the world.


"This is a long thought decision by me. I decided to quit CS:GO. Personally I feel no longer motivated playing this game.


"I am looking forward for other tasks in the future since I don't plan on quitting e-Sports."


PENTA Sports currently have the following four-man roster:

 Kevin "kRYSTAL" Amend
 Hendrik "strux1" Goetzendorff
 Dimitrios "stavros" Smoilis
 Johannes "tabseN" Wodarz 

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