One Hundred Robbers’ Timothy “iiTzTimmy” An has disclosed that he plans to return to the competitive environment of Apex Legends and intends to begin participating in the Challenger Circuit Split 2 of the game. Throughout the past few years, many streamers and content creators have endeavored to establish themselves as notable competitors in the gaming scene they most like playing. Some people have had more excellent luck than others in finding success.
In the case of iiTzTimmy, he has been dominant in the casual and Ranked realms of Apex Legends for a considerable time. He also enjoyed success in esports when he joined forces with NiceWigg and Apryze to form Team Awesome. That experience was a vast improvement over his time spent with Golden Guardians.
In late 2021, he decided to take a vacation from competing, citing that he was having troubles with his computer at the time but also noting the excessively negative and critical feedback he had received from the Apex community. His mental well-being suffered as a result of that, and he decided to step away for a while.
iiTzTimmy is making a comeback to the competitive scene of Apex Legends after taking a break
In any case, he will be competing again in the Challenger Circuit Split 2, and he already has one member of his trio committed to participating. The streamer for 100 Thieves released a TwitLonger on March 14 in which he discussed his initial departure from the scene as well as his subsequent return. In the video, he revealed that he and the former CLG and eUnited player Lyric “lyric” Quinonez were looking for a time for the upcoming challenger split.
Timmy said, “I’m happy and excited to announce that I will be competing once again with the lyric, and we are looking for a controller player who can IGL (or not, I mean, I’ll run us down again, no cap).” “I’m happy and excited to announce that I will be competing once again with the lyric, and we are looking for a controller player who can IGL.”
It is interesting to note that Apryze also announced his comeback to competitive play not long after Timmy’s tweet; however, he continues to be a keyboard and mouse player, which makes it doubtful that the two members of Team Sheesh will get back together. Timmy still has some time to build a squad before the qualifiers for Challenger Circuit Split 2 begin on March 25, so he shouldn’t worry about that just yet.