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M80 drops Yoggah ahead of 2023 season start

Yoggah is following SpiriTz's footsteps out of M80.

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M80 has parted ways with Evan "Yoggah" Nelson only five days after releasing Zachary "SpiriTz" Dionne. 

Yoggah joined XSET in Mar. 2022 when the North American organization signed him alongside Leonardo "Kyno" Figueiredo from Oxygen Esports. 

While not registering spectacular SiegeGG Ratings, Yoggah had always done well at international competitions. At the Charlotte Major, he finished with a SiegeGG Rating of 1.03. A few months later, he registered a SiegeGG Rating of 1.08 at the Berlin Major.

After missing out on the Jönköping Major, the team's next international appearance was at the Six Invitational 2023, where M80 finished among the top eight rosters in the competition. Yoggah's performance was the third-best in the team as he got a SiegeGG Rating of 1.03.

Regionally, Yoggah's performances have been a bit better, especially in the early stages of the season. The American finished amongst the top five players of the first two North America League stages, scoring SiegeGG Ratings of 1.18 and 1.15 in Stages 1 and 2, respectively. However, in Stage 3, Yoggah ended with a SiegeGG Rating of 0.89.

With Yoggah now leaving M80, this will be the first team Kyno plays in a top-flight team without his partner in crime.

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