The sad news has hit the world of sports. Maurice “Fero” Henriquéz, a professional player of the popular Call of Duty shooter, died at the age of 21. The former trustee of Team Caliber, 100 Thieves and most recently the Florida Mutineers suffered a heart attack. On Wednesday, his family informed about it via Twitter.
Esport foreign servers first came up with rumors that the young man was struggling with depression and was reaching for life. However, his family did not confirm this information. According to the latest reports, Henriquéz died of a heart attack.
“We are sorry to announce his departure. We would like to say that he did not take his own life and that he did not fight depression, “his family denied speculation about Henriquez’s death.
— Florida Mutineers #f3f3 (@Mutineers) November 11, 2020
Henriquéz started his Call of Duty career in World War 2 and has competed in the Call of Duty World League Championships since 2018. Subsequently, he launched an engagement in the well-known organizations 100 Thieves and Team Envy.
He most recently played for the Florida Mutineers, with whom he finished eighth in the prestigious Call of Duty League. “The gaming community will never forget your humor, kindness and determination,” Mutineers wrote on social media.