Richard Lewis quits CS:GO and moves on to his 11th eSports community – Minecraft

Amidst allegations that he is a ringleader involved in the bullying of Gamers2 player, Smithzz, Richard Lewis has announced he is moving on from the CS:GO community to host competitive Minecraft events.

Late last night, Richard Lewis announced that he was no longer going to host CS:GO events after he came to the realisation that he had blocked everyone who had ever heard of Counter-Strike.

While looking for new games, he came across a market of people who would love his style of humour and analysis.

Minecraft.

He has already released his first set of analysis videos with exciting titles such as “Is it more effective to use a diamond sword or a bow?”; “Should xXXCreeperGamingXXx be kicked from DA KOOL KIDS?” and “Are Minecraft chickens better than CS:GO chickens?”.

Richard already has his first gig as a Minecraft host, as he has been invited to host the Minecraft Major, in LA, next month. The Major will see eight of the world’s best Minecraft teams, including “We Quickscope Noobs” (WQN); “Creepers Suck!” and the very hyped “Five Nights at Freddy’s Klan”.

Thoorin is also rumoured to be considering a change in career, with evidence pointing towards him seeking a career in casting professional Club Penguin sledge racing matches.

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