Call of Duty pro ZooMaa retires due to recurring wrist injury

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Call of Duty pro ZooMaa retires due to recurring wrist injury

Professional esports player Thomas 'ZooMaa' Paparatto has announced his retirement from the Call of Duty scene. The player's pro career began in December 2013 with a two-month stint on the NA team Bati (now defunct), before he began making a name for himself with Denial Esports in 2014 as part of the winning team at UMG Dallas 2014 (a Call of Duty: Ghosts tournament). Most of ZooMaa's career was spent at FaZe Clan from 2015 to 2019, and for the last year he's been with the New York Subliners.

Vertex, the ultimate event for 2D and 3D artists, returns on 25 February

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Vertex, the ultimate event for 2D and 3D artists, returns on 25 February

Whether it's Team Fortress 2's Rockwellian flourishes or the watercolour strokes of indies like Dordogne, we do love a good piece of digital art. The wider industry, however, is a dizzyingly diverse range of disciplines that can be hard to get a handle on, let alone break into. Fortunately PC Gamer's parent company Future has announced this year's Vertex digital art conference, featuring a wide range of industry expertise and talks, and much more about the world of digital art.