25-Year-Old Professional Athlete Suffers Career-Ending Injury
|25-Year-Old Professional Video Gamer Suffers Career-Ending Injury|
Professional Video Game Player, Thomas Paparatto, who plays under the name ZooMaa, ends his career at 25-years-old after suffering an injury to his thumb. Paparatto started playing competitively in 2013 and was shortly recruited to play in an esports league where he won several championships. The video gamer's annually earnings were reported at $400,000.
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