Cloud X, one of the most popular players in the game of Dota 2, has announced his retirement.
In a post on his Facebook page, Cloud X said that while he still feels like he can help the team and his fans, he is ready to focus on coaching.
He also said that he is open to coaching others.
In January, Cloud was named the top Dota 2 player in the world by theScore esports.
Cloud X played for Cloud9 in the North American Dota 2 league and was ranked as the fourth best player in North America at the time.
Cloud is one of many Dota 2 pros to retire from the game.
In addition to Cloud9, players like Vici Gaming’s Zu “Aui_2000” Yu, OG’s Chen “Hai” Zi, and Cloud9’s Chen ‘Crazy’ Yu also retired from the sport.
Cloud also won the 2014 World Cyber Games with Cloud9.
Cloud X also had a strong showing in the Dota 2 Championship Series Season 2 qualifiers.