Former Florida Mayhem flex DPS TviQ has announced his retirement from Overwatch. He has played the game at a professional level since the game's closed beta.
for those who prly didnt get it or watched my stream lately, Im quitting overwatch to no surprise really i aint good with long messages.— tviqT (@MisfitsTviQuE) April 4, 2020
ive had a amazing time but its time to move on and get on next game to go pro
TviQ played with the team IDDQD in beta before joining the the roster that became Rogue in 2016. He and his teammates on Rogue ended EnVyUs's undefeated streak of over 50 matches en route to a championship at the ESL Atlantic Showdown, then the biggest tournament in Overwatch's history.
He was then traded to Misfits in December of 2016 to become a part of an all-Swedish roster. The new roster struggled to get strong results early and ended up becoming a European-mix again.
The new team finished second in Contenders Season One 2017 Europe and was then transferred wholesale into the Overwatch League as the Florida Mayhem.
The Mayhem struggled in their opening season in the league and the roster was rebuilt over the offseason. TviQ was the lone member of the original team to remain with the Mayhem at the start of the 2019 season.
He played with them until October. He hasn't been on a new team since.