ImperialHal criticizes RamBeau’s quick return to competitive Apex Legends

Phillip ‘ImperialHal’ Dosen expressed his uncensored thoughts on Beau ‘RamBeau’ Sheidy’s return to professional Apex Legends competition less than a month after he announced that he would be retiring from the game.

The rosters of teams competing in Apex Legends esports were reshuffled when RamBeau announced his retirement from Sentinels and professional Apex Legends, only to return to the scene in under a month to compete for DarkZero Esports. Sentinels hurried to snag a third player and ended up with Oxygen Esport’s Angello ‘Xenial’ Cadenas as a result of the move, which created a chain reaction in the North American ALGS.

Phillip ‘ImperialHal’ Dosen, a TSM pro and popular streamer, remarked on the matter and said on his live stream that he deemed the move “disrespectful” on the side of RamBeau. Dosen was referring to the maneuver that RamBeau made. “It’s pretty f***** up that he retired, and then he explains that he can’t pass up such a fantastic opportunity. It’s pretty f***** up that he retired. ImperialHal continued, “And it’s like, if he wanted to retire and be with family, you would have never joined anybody, regardless of who it is or what it is.”

ImperialHal’s thoughts on RamBeau’s decision to come out of retirement

ImperialHal has stated that he has no ill will toward RamBeau as a person and likes him, but he does not like how his retirement and return went down. He made the statement, “I guarantee you that he wouldn’t be retiring if Sentinels wasn’t doing well.”

ImperialHal hypothesized that the former Sentinels esports player decided to retire because too many things in his life, including his family and his performance in the first few matches in ALGS Split 2, were going wrong. The TSM player also mentioned that RamBeau is currently playing for an Apex Legends team with one of the stronger rosters. At the ALGS Split 1 Playoffs, DarkZero finished in thirteenth place, and the team is currently ranked among the top five in the standings for Split 2 in North America.

It was difficult for me even to say something to the effect of, “Bro, what you did to your teammates was extremely disrespectful,” you know. “I feel like I’m always bringing up the real s***, and everyone else is like, ‘Oh, I hope you blah blah blah’ and being positive,” ImperialHal remarked.

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