It looks like Dota 2 veteran Roman “Resolut1on” Fominok is finally mulling retirement.
Resolut1on said that he has already reflected on his Dota 2 path and he believes that it’s finally time to focus on his other interests.
“Of course, I reflect on my Dota 2 path. Perhaps it’s time to change the field and study some other things I’m interested in. For example, to leave and completely immerse myself in exploring artificial intelligence, which excites me a lot,” said the 26-year-old Ukranian.
Throughout the course of his 10-year Dota 2 career, Resolut1on has played for over 15 teams and qualified to The International six times.
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“A couple of days ago, when I was at home, I made myself a stand. I printed out a bunch of photos from the past with my achievements, the moments when I won tournaments. I have a lot of pictures where I am holding a trophy, and they symbolize what I have done,” he said.
“I’m watching these cups on the wall [to remind me] of my experience and a bunch of victories behind my back. This is literally me.”
Even though he neve got the chance to lift the Aegis, the former Team Empire star was able to play in the grand finals of TI 11 back when he was still playing for Team Secret.
His longest tenure was with Team Empire where he played for a total of 752 matches.