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PGC champion ubah retires from PUBG at 29

Ex-Gaimin Gladiators player and PGC 2022 champion Ivan "ubah" Kapustin retired from professional PUBG. He released his goodbye message on X. The Russian didn't announce his plans for the future.

Didn't speak too much about it but I'm not gonna play PUBG as an esports player. I've played since 2018 and met so many great people around me. Grateful for every moment. Everyone who've been the part of my journey — thank you.

Ubah is one of the most decorated players in professional PUBG. He won several top-tier events in 2019 finished 2nd at the first PUBG Global Championship with FaZe Clan. Three years later, the Russian completed his run and took the trophy of PGC 2022, this time with NAVI. The following year wasn't as good as the team struggled to get high placements. At the end of 2023, Ubah's moved to Exalt and later to Gaimin Gladiators.

Ubah is currently 29. Before his professional career in PUBG, he was a Dota 2 competitor. He played for teams like Empire and HellRaisers in 2016, and earned $19k in prize money in that discipline.

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