|Description||A method of elimination by which a contestant voluntarily leaves the game|
Phi Pan Nam
A quit is a rare method of elimination in which a contestant chooses to leave the game without being voted out. Although not technically deemed to be quits, some contestants have also chosen to leave the game due to issues in real life or have explicitly requested that they be voted out at Tribal Council.
- The first quit occurred in Survivor: Africa. Jessie decided to quit the game during Tribal Council on Day 6 when he thought he would receive votes.
- In Survivor: Italy, Corey decided to quit the game during Tribal Council when he was frustrated that TJ was going to stay when he felt he didn't do anything in the game.
- In Survivor: Skye Islands, Luke quit the game due to personal matters.
- In Survivor: Chaos, Erin quit the game due to personal matters.
- In Survivor: Kiribati, Victor quit the game due to personal matters.
- In Survivor: Mount Olympus, Trey quit the game because he felt the game distracted too much from his family.
- In Survivor: Egypt, Jake quit the game due to personal matters.
- In Survivor: Phi Pan Nam, JL inexplicably quit the game in the middle of the first challenge.
- In Survivor: San Andrés, Evan quit the game due to personal matters.
- Erin's quitting in Chaos ended up saving Whitneyahn from elimination (his tribe consisted of only himself) as he had lost the immunity challenge.
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