Overwatch League desk host Chris Puckett announced he's now a freelance talent following Erik "DoA" Lonnquist and Christopher "MonteCristo" Mykles' announcements.
Puckett, who got his start working with Major League Gaming primarily casting Halo and Call of Duty, moved to the Overwatch League for its inaugural season. He traded in his casting microphone for one on the desk hosting a majority of the two seasons.
Chris Puckett Announces He's a Freelance Talent; No Longer Full-Time Overwatch League Host
Puckett announced in a tweet that he's moved back to New York.
"Molly (his wife) got a promotion bringing us back to New York City where we lived for 11 years and unfortunately that means I won't be on the west coast to host the Overwatch League for its third season," Puckett said.
Puckett announced interest working on games from his "roots." Among the games in his announcement were Halo, Call of Duty, Counter-Strike, Rainbow Six: Siege and Apex Legends.
Puckett's announcement follows casting duo MonteCristo and DoA's announcements who revealed their Overwatch League contracts had expired Tuesday.