TeePee retires from Competitive Call of Duty

Black Ops III has taken another one of the Call of Duty greats away from us. Tyler ‘TeePee’ Polchow has announced today that he will no longer be competing and joins Replays, Merk, and Sharp as legends that have hung up the controller this year. He was moved to substitute for Luminosity and replaced by Nameless yesterday. In his post he said how he was no longer enjoying the game as much as he used to.

Anyone that has been a regular in my stream the past year and a half or so could probably identify that my passion and love for the game has been slowly diminishing over the past few games. This has been fueled by a complex combination of poor results, horrible team chemistry, blatant disrespect, and many empty promises made by different people in the community that I simply do not wish to be a part of anymore. I have tried my hardest for all of these years to not complain, not put anybody down and be a good role-model and teammate for the many people that are involved with CoD E-sports and hopefully that didn’t go unnoticed. Hopefully people in the community can try and take a page out of my book and try and be better to each other because there are many things that our community still does wrong in that regard. – TeePee

He also stated that he wanted to stay in the community and is looking for a role that better suits him such as casting. TeePee won over 20 events and was one of the members of the Complexity/Evil Geniuses dynasty where he won the Call of Duty Championship in 2014.

Source: Twitlonger Post


19 year old college student looking for a way into the esports industry.

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