Resolut1on Contemplates Retirement: Reflects on His Past

Dhruv Saikia
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Roman "Resolut1on" Fominok, a well-known figure in the Eastern European (EEU) Dota 2 region, recently spoke about various topics in an interview with 9Pandas.
In the interview, the player reflected on his past victories and achievements, and his potential retirement in the near future to follow other areas of interest.
The player most recently played with Old G in the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Western Europe (WEU) Tour 2: Division II.

One of the most well-known Dota 2 players from Eastern Europe (EEU), Roman "Resolut1on" Fominok recently spoke on various topics in a YouTube video on the 9Pandas YouTube channel. According to the translation provided through, the player spoke about his career and potential retirement in an interview, potentially hinting at this retirement in the near future.

The player last competed in the Dota 2 competitive landscape with Old G in the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Western Europe (WEU) Tour 3: Division II, where the team failed to qualify for Division I, which led to Resolut1on leaving the squad.

Motivation and reflection - Resolut1on reflects on the past

Resolut1on shared a personal anecdote that occurred a few days prior to the interview, where he decided to create a visual reminder of his achievements and triumphs in Dota 2. By printing out photos capturing moments of victory and holding trophies, Resolut1on created a stand displaying his past successes.

“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. 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,”

-Translated by Escorenews

Resolut1on also openly discussed the possibility of retiring from professional Dota 2. He contemplated exploring other fields of interest, specifically mentioning his fascination with artificial intelligence.

“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,”

-Translated by Escorenews

Resolut1on has always been one of the most well-known players in the Dota 2 competitive landscape, and even though he has not found much success with his most recent stint on OG, the player has been performing as a stand-in for teams at multiple tournaments. He most recently replaced Ivan "Pure" Moskalenko on BetBoom after he was disqualified at the Bali Major 2023. As a highly respected player in the Dota 2 community, his decision will undoubtedly leave an impact on the entire competitive scene.

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