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Jake Brumleve Wiki, Biography, Age, Career

Jake Brumleve, better known on social media as Poach, is an American professional gamer best known for his time playing Fortnite and Valorant. Poach first started his gaming career playing Fortnite professionally for Team Liquid. He joined the eSports organization in 2018 and competed in several professional tournaments while playing Fortnite for the team. 

In March 2020, after two years of playing Fortnite professionally, Poach made a surprise announcement: he would be leaving Fortnite and retiring from playing the game. Several months later, in October 2020, Poach signed with Andbox to play Valorant professionally. 

Jake Brumleve, better known on social media as Poach, was born on July 1, 1998 in Illinois, the United States. 

As of September 2021, Jake Brumleve has more than 266,000 followers on Instagram, 569,400 followers on Twitch, 136,000 subscribers on YouTube, and 232,000 followers on Twitter. 

Poach first started his gaming career playing Fortnite professionally for Team Liquid. He joined the eSports organization in 2018 and competed in several professional tournaments while playing Fortnite for Team Liquid. At the Fortnite Fall Skirmish: Week 4 – North America in 2018, Poach won a $15,000 cash prize. 

In March 2020, after two years of playing Fortnite professionally, Poach made a surprise announcement: he would be leaving Fortnite and retiring from playing the game. The announcement came as a shock for many as he had been a successful Fortnite player. 

“I’m moving on from Fortnite,” the American professional gamer said in a statement on Twitter. “For a while now I’ve been deciding what I want to do with my future and I didn’t see Fortnite being a part of it, it just doesn’t make me happy anymore and I’m not going to stick around to something that causes unhappiness. Unfortunately, I haven’t enjoyed playing it in a long time and it affected me by not wanting to stream Fortnite. I wanted to stream other games, but I felt boxed in until I made a decision on what I was going to do.”

Instead, Poach explained, he would look for a more competitive game; he said he would play Valorant, a game by Riot Games, which is more a blend of Overwatch and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. 

“I hope I find what I’m looking for in Valorant, I have high hopes for the game and am very motivated to stream and try and compete,” he said in a statement. “If it doesn’t work out, I will move forward as a streamer. I’m excited to be streaming again, I don’t feel boxed in by feeling forced to stream Fortnite anymore. Expect streams to return actively with Valorant content very soon.”

Poach played with a variety of players following his decision. For a brief time, he played under Cloud9 at the T1 x Nerd Street Gamers showdown and he later helped Team Timthetatman finish second at the 100 Thieves Invitational 2020.

Several months later, in October 2020, Poach signed with Andbox to play Valorant professionally to play alongside Bradley “ ANDROID” Fodor, Jacob “yay” Whiteaker, and Sebastian “Seb” Bucki.

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