After finally getting his first chance to play on an LCS roster, one of North America’s up-and-coming League of Legends prospects is stepping away from the stage. 100 Thieves’ rookie top laner Milan “Tenacity” Oleksij announced that he will be moving away from pro play, and focusing on content creation.
On May 13, the 20-year-old joined Travis Gafford in an interview, stating that it was his choice to leave 100 Thieves and stop playing professionally since he was still getting some offers from other teams in the LCS, NACL, and Europe. “I knew for a long time that content creation was something I wanted to take a go at,” Tenacity said. “I thought that this was the perfect time regarding all the news within the LCS.”