erkaSt announced the end of his esports career in CS: GO, having decided to move to the VALORANT discipline. The player reported this on social networks, citing the coronavirus and the restrictions associated with it as one of the reasons for the transition.
The 26-year-old Mongolian player is a fairly titled esports player, given the low popularity of CS: GO in Asia. ErkaSt began his career back in 2015, while the take-off happened two years later, when the player moved to the Grayhound Gaming camp. As part of this team, the 26-year-old player became the winner of ESEA Season 25: Premier Division - Australia, ZEN Esports Network League 2017 Season 2 - Finals, ESL Pro League Season 9 - Oceania and Asia Minor Championship - Berlin 2019.
In addition, together with the team, he attended Intel Extreme Masters XIII - Katowice Major 2019 and StarLadder Berlin Major 2019. Team NKT became the last team for erkaSt. Over the past six months, as part of the team, the 26-year-old Mongolian player has won Funspark ULTI 2021: Asia Season 2 and Funspark ULTI 2021: Asian Playoffs # 1, and also reached the quarterfinals of Funspark ULTI 2021: Asia Season 3.
According to erkaSt himself, he will train on the basis of the Cloud9 organization, since he himself is in Los Angeles. The cybersportsman asked to support his choice and not criticize for this step.