Dota 2veteran Jacky EternaLEnVy Mao called his gaming career time. Envy, a player who hasn’t played competitively since 2021, resigned on Twitter, where he called himself a farewell message and urged a fan-strong response.
Envy is a famous figure of many years in theDota-2 community. The Canadian captain became an incremental part ofDota 2history with his risky playstyle. As well as his native country, Envy traveled the world to play for teams in different regions and became a success in Europe, where he scored Major with Team Secret.
Don’t get that sorted. Here is my personally designed mousepad with a lot of memes. Take your stick, etc. Thank you dotA and keep peace out. Next channel is my last. https://t.co/PqQMBHxl02/.
EternaLEnVy (@EternaLEnVy1991) 1er mai 2023
Envy gave up on the profession in 2021, but he is active member of the Dota 2 community. However, he could never leave behind his competitive spirit, and his efforts were testament to that. Envys streams have high-level gameplay, but, given he is always focused on the game, he can’t keep the majority of his viewers engaged.
In a follow-up, Envy explained that he didn’t love to listen to his podcast. The player shared that he had a new passion that he would chase full-heartedly and had close ties with his fans.
Though EnvysDota 2history won’t need any introduction to fans who have been following the scene since the early 2010s, new fans might want to walk away from memory. In the early stages of his career, Envy made his name from the Alliance squad winning The International, and in 2013, they were first competing under the name No Tidehunter. Envy was kicked out of this squad right away and started to get over the winning run by Aegis, which gave birth to the meme Kick Envy, Win TI.
Envy did not take a few years to recover, but instead came back back to major-winning form with Team Secret. Many assumed the Major win could make up the difference between the two of us on our careers. It was not come, however, because he had trouble finding consistency. Despite their inconsistent nature, Envy continued to bounce the team over four years.
Despite the failed Cloud9 revival in 2020, Envy stepped away from the competitive world in 2021 and now hisDota 2journey is starting to end.