Chance Sutton Quits Team 10 Days After Nick Crompton’s Departure
Something’s in the water over at the Team 10 house and it’s not good, ’cause yet another member just announced he’s quitting the Jake Paul-led YouTube group. Chance Sutton, who has been a part of the Internet troupe for quite some time, made the heartfelt reveal in a statement posted to Twitter yesterday.
“I have decided that it is my time to part ways with Team 10,” he writes. “I believe it is in the best interest for the future of my career that I start to focus on myself. I still plan on doing the things I love, such as streaming and producing content for everything that supports me.”
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— FrostyT10G (@imchancesutton) May 8, 2018
The 21-year-old says he has “nothing but love for all of Team 10,” which is similar to what Nick Crompton said when he quit the group late last week. The 23-year-old, however, admitted that his decision was due to “internal changes” that he doesn’t agree with.
Chance promises that he, Jake and Anthony Trujillo, who he has his own channel with, will always be “brothers” and have a strong “bond.”
He concludes, “I can’t wait to continue to grow and develop myself in the gaming space as it’s a huge passion of mine and I’m beyond. excited to see where it takes me.”