Wizzrobe will not re-sign with COGnitive Gaming in 2017
December 12, 2016 - Super Smash Bros
Justin “Wizzrobe” Hallet has reliable with ESPN.com that he will not be re-signing with his stream group COGnitive Gaming in 2017. In regards to his future, Wizzrobe hopes to find a group that can continue to support his endeavors as a veteran Smash actor and continue to grow his personal branding.
In light of a decision, Wizzrobe stated, “My time with COGnitive Gaming was great. My trainer was a super cold man and a good friend. COGnitive Gaming has given me implausible opportunities to transport to outrageous tournaments and we perspective them as a many critical step into removing to where we am currently as a player.”
Wizzrobe has done good strides in his Super Smash Brothers Melee career. In 2015, he was rated as a 23rd best actor on a annual SSBMRank. He continues to urge his performances with several top-8 finishes during events such as DreamHack Austin 2016, WTFox 2, CEO 2016 and The Big House 6. At WTFox 2, he astounded everybody with a 3-0 feat over Juan “Hungrybox” Debiedma, one of a best players in a world. With a annual rankings entrance soon, many trust that he will place in a top-12 on this year’s SSBMRank.
In further to his inclination in Melee, Wizzrobe plays Smash 64 during a high level. At Super Smash Con 2016, he finished in second place, defeating a legend, Joel “Isai” Alvarado in a set and outplacing several of a tip Japanese players.
COGnitive Gaming did not respond to a ask for criticism by a time of publication.