‘It breaks my heart’: Thumb injury forces pro video gamer to retire – CNBC1 min read



Getty ImagesA 25-year-old expert video gamer has actually been forced to retire due to a thumb injury.Thomas “ZooMaa” Paparatto revealed hes “taking an action back from competitive Call of Duty” on Twitter.” This is the hardest thing Ive ever had to write, I am stepping down and will no longer compete in competitive Call of Duty for the foreseeable future,” he said in a different blog site post. His biggest prize from a single tournament came in April 2018, when he won $53,125 in a Call of Duty: World War II competition.The U.S. gamer struggled with weak point in his thumb and his wrist a couple of years ago while playing a game called FaZe Clan.

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