Rickeh announces retirement
Ricardo "Rickeh" Mulholland has announced that he has decided to retire in a Twitlonger post headlined 'Time to hang the ol' mouse up.'
In early February, the 31-year-old revealed that he had quit his job so that he could commit to a new team only to be removed from that roster "out of nowhere." At the time, Rickeh stated he was looking for a new team ready to fill any role, before announcing his retirement a month later.
Rickeh most recently plied his trade in Aftershock and ORDER but was better known for his time in the earlier years of CS:GO. He first came onto the international scene in 2015 with Immunity and got to play at two Majors that year. In 2016 he made the move to the United States after joining the Renegades roster featuring the likes of Justin "jks" Savage and Aaron "AZR" Ward.
The AWPer went on to represent a multitude of North American rosters from 2017-2019, including CLG, Rogue, and Complexity, most notably placing second at DreamHack Open Austin in 2018 and qualifying for three consecutive Majors towards the end of his American stint — FACEIT Major 2018, IEM Katowice 2019, and StarLadder Major 2019.