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Swag steps back from CS:GO to focus on Project A

Swag, one of North America’s most famous CS:GO players, has left Swole Identity and will be taking a break from competitive to await the release of Riot Games’ first shooter, Project A.

The 23-year-old was widely considered one of the best talents form North America’s years ago as he shined for Complexity and iBUYPOWER. Swag was also involved in the North American match-fixing scandal between iBUYPOWER and NetcodeGuides.com in August 2014. After the scandal was reported by Richard Lewis in January 2015, Valve banned swag, steel, and five more for the CS:GO Major circuit.

Swag, however, was unbanned by ESL and DreamHack in 2017 and has played for teams including GX, Torqued, Lazarus, and Swole Identity (previously known as Swole Patrol) since.

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