World famous ‘Call of Duty’ gamer retired at 25 due to injury

Famous e-sports player Thomas ‘ZooMaa’ Paparatto has announced that he is leaving his profession due to a injury in his thumb. Making a statement on Twitter, Paparatto stated that he withdrew from professional games.

World-renowned Call Of Duty player, Thomas ‘ZooMaa’ Paparatto has announced that he will no longer participate in professional games due to a thumb injury.

Speaking to his fans on social media, the young actor stated that it is no longer possible to play with the pain in his hand.

“It breaks my heart to walk away from a game where I put my heart and soul every day for eight years,” the 25-year-old player said in his statement.

Playing for the New York Subliners team, Thomas had surgery for his injury.

“Going through the process of being healthy again was one of the hardest things I had to do, both physically and mentally, which led to a lot of stress and anxiety,” Paparatto said.

Finally, thanking the fans for their “love and support”, Thomas said, “I don’t like to compete when I can’t be ‘ZooMaa’ that everyone knows and loves, and I think it’s unfair to do all this to myself or my team, potentially harming my hand more.”

Written by Maraaz

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