Juan “GODKILL” is no longer a Flux Free Fire player. This Wednesday (5), the organization announced through its social networks the departure of the athlete who had been part of the team since January 2021.
Goodbyes are never nice, cycles have to happen and ours is over. You’ve walked an incredible story. But today, the day has come to take a different path. We will always cheer for you!
— Flow (@fluxogg) January 5, 2022
GODKILL is one of the members of Fluxo’s first line-up, which entered the Free Fire competition in January of last year. During his time at the organization, he helped the team win the LBFF4 title and participated in the FF World Series 2021 in Singapore, where the team finished in 4th place.
Nobru, owner of Fluxo and now a former GODKILL teammate, commented on the player’s departure:
I know many fans must be sad or crying for this farewell, but I only have good memories beside this mlk, so much so that I can’t even take him seriously ever, it will be eternal God of Death, I love you and success mlk!
THANK YOU GODKILL https://t.co/anZRym9m4U
— nobru (@nobru) January 5, 2022
“I know that many fans must be sad or crying for this farewell, but I only have good memories with this kid, so much so that I can’t even take him seriously. It will be eternal God of Death, I love you and success, kid”.
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