Andrew “Zyori” Campbell recently revealed he is leaving Dota 2 production house MoonduckTV. Following this announcement, Zyori explained that he will now be joining Sky Mavis as the company’s new Program Lead for Esports & Creators.
“I am stepping down as Managing Director of Moonduck Studios & Agency to pursue a position at Sky Mavis, the creators of Axie Infinity, as their Esports & Creator Program Lead,” Campbell said in a post to the Zyori.TV website. “Today marks the beginning of a big change for me. After 8 years of focusing on Dota full-time, I feel ready to move on to a new opportunity in the blockchain gaming space.”
Zyori was a founding member of MoonduckTV. He had been with the organization for the past six years.
Andrew Zyori Campbell is a 31-year-old gamer and streamer from the United States of America. He is best known for his competitive career as a Dota 2 player.
(All information was provided by Zyori.TV, Liquipedia, and Clutch Points)
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