steel retired from CS: GO player

Recently, Jarek 'DeKay' Lewis talked about Joshua 'steel' Nissan going to leave CS: GO to pursue his career at Valorant, but the information was rumored. Now it became known that the player has officially stopped playing CS: GO professionally.

His place, as expected, will be taken by Edgar 'MarKE' Maldonado. At Chaos Esports Club, vanity will take over the role of the new in-game leader.

Joshua Nissan started his career in Counter-Strike: Source in 2010. Later, just like all the other players, he switched to CS: GO. Joshua has made just over $ 100,000 in 10 years and has been a member of such clubs as iBUYPOWER, mTw, Torqued, Ghost Gaming, Chaos Esports Club and others. After the scandal with a fake match in 2014, where he played with iBUYPOWER, the player was banned from the championships by Valve.