In a series of tweets, Tyler “Spartan” Ganza has revealed his plans for the future:

Officially stepping down from Halo. We’ll see what happens when Inifinite releases but until then I’m focusing on my future. It’s been quite the ride. Tearing up writing this tweet to be honest. When I started competing back in 2012 I didn’t think the end would ever come.

Here we are after Halo 4, Halo 2 Anniversary, and Halo 5: Guardians six years later. I’ve had some absolutely amazing memories and times I wouldn’t trade for the world. I am blessed to have been able to travel across the country and even across the ocean to London just to play a video game I love. Competing on LAN and on the main stage is something I will always love. Halo 3 is a great game and I love it but there isn’t a stable future in terms of income with it so with that, I want to focus on my future in eSports.

WITH ALL THAT SAID I am opening myself up to new opportunities and exploring them. If I’m offered a position in eSports somewhere 🤷🏻‍♂️👀 I’ll be focused on competing in Rainbow 6 Siege with my current team and playing in the upcoming Invite and Challenger League Qualifiers.

I am visiting home in New Jersey right now. Spending time with family and what not. I still have a ton of people I need to make time to see as well. I’m not sure when my streams will start back up, but when they do I’ll try my best to keep them consistent. Much love all ❤️

Spartan had competed in the UGC Halo Classic Qualifiers with Falcated, Sabinater, and Neptune and will now be replaced by ScarVayne.