After an aspiring Call of Duty revealed that he had dropped out of school at the age of 15 to pursue his dream, professional gamers intervened to prevent him from making a wrong choice.
The "faithful" 15-year-old player revealed to Twitter followers on January 10 that he "persuaded his parents" to allow him to leave, saying "the school will never determine your success."
Loyal, who plays the role of Decimate Youth, immediately had a number of answers, even from players, advising that he made a mistake
In no way did I do it, I convinced my parents to let me go! ️ The school will never determine your success
̵1; Leale (@LoyalSZN) January 11, 2019
The rules of the Call of Duty World League (CWL) state that no player under the age of 18 can compete in official CWL tournaments, which means that Leal still has a few years of rectification at an amateur level.
Team Envy player Justin & # 39; SiLLY & # 39; Fargo has advised that there are many ways to st pursue the dream of competing and at the same time get an education, as something to resort to.
A lot of online HS courses that give you the same diploma as normal HS. I can not really do anything post-game without any instruction, just looking out
– NV Justin Fargo uwu (@ silly702) 11 January 2019
And it seems that SiLLY was not the only professional to offer a word of advice to the young player, as Loyal also thanked the Pittsburgh Knights player Casey "Pandur" Romano and the former player of Team Kaliber Dylan & # 39; Theory & # 39; McGee.
Not only the professional players were looking for Loyal, as imminent amateur players who
The famous streamer and star of SnD Nicholas' Equuip & # 39; Viera explained that although she "respected dedication", it is still important to have a support plan.
I respect the dedication to your goal but you 100% should do online atleast b / c school if this does not work, then you will not even have a high school diploma you can count on. I hope the grit wins even if 🤙🏻
– Nicholas (@Equuip) 11 January 2019
Thanks to all the words of wisdom of professional players and aspiring colleagues, Loyal announced that he had reversed his decision
I made my decision to go back to school I was not thinking right thanks to everyone for helping me to love yall❤️
– Loyal (@LoyalSZN) 11 January 2019
Even professional players who played at the highest levels got an educational success along with their career in Call of Duty, or 100 Thieves SlasheR, who won the 2016 world championship with Team Envy, while completing a degree in robotics engineering.
Not even in Call of Duty, like other FPS professionals in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive played professionally at the highest levels while also completing tertiary education: Finn's robes & # 39; Karrigan & # 39; Andersen and Sean & # 39; [email protected] & # 39; to name only two.
The government of CWL g that players must be 18 years old to compete professionally should help to curb the number of eager players who take the reckless decision to drop out of education solely to focus on the competition.