BTR Ryzen Considers Retirement Next Year After Winning PEC

Vignesh Raghuram
18/Nov/2020 12:02 pm

BTR Ryzen jokingly claims that he would retire after winning the PeaceKeeper Elite Championship (PEC) next year.
The Bigetron RA player is known for his trolling by making outlandish claims.
PEC 2020 ended earlier this week. The total prize pool of that tournament was in excess of $1.8 Million

Muhammad Albi aka BTR Ryzen is an Indonesian PUBG Mobile player who currently plays for Bigetron RA. The player is considered to be one of the most talented PUBG Mobile players in the world and has already won over $150,693 USD in his esports career. Recently, in his stream, he spoke about retirement and stated that he wanted to win the Peacekeeper Elite Championship (PEC) before hanging up his gloves.

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BTR Ryzen’s Early Retirement Plans Amuse Fans

In a podcast on Facebook, BTR Ryzen claimed that he would win the Peacekeeper Elite Championship (PEC) with his friends next year. He added that he would lift the trophy and then consider retirement.

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This year, Bigetron RA had an opportunity to compete in the PEC 2020 tournament. However, they did not compete in it, due to the ongoing pandemic. Players competing in this tournament were required to quarantined in advance for 28 days, which was not possible for the players of the Indonesian PUBG Mobile team.

Considering the fact that the Peacekeeper Elite Championship usually features the biggest prize pools of the year, it is understandable that BTR Ryzen wants to add this trophy under his belt before considering retirement.

Peacekeeper Elite Championship 2020The Peacekeeper Elite Championship 2020 featured a $1.8 Million+ USD prize pool

It should be noted that BTR Ryzen is known for making outlandish, trolling statements which are often said just for jest and should not be taken as confirmation of the same.

BTR Ryzen is one of the more famous PUBG Mobile players in Indonesia and is known for his impressive rushes. His team, Bigetron RA which consists of Zuxxy, Luxxy, Ryzen, and Microboy, is perhaps the most dominant team in PUBG Mobile history, winning the PMCO Fall Split 2019 and the PMWL amongst many other tournaments.

Several Indian professional PUBG Mobile players including Mortal, ScoutOP, and Thug have recently announced that they will not play competitively in the immediate future.

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Vignesh has been covering the esports industry for nearly 5 years starting with the early days of the DPC. His industry expertise includes experience in Dota 2, CS:GO and Mobile Esports coverage.