A Twitter user who translates many Korean Overwatch players' streams to English posted about Miro's decision Wednesday.
“I’ve decided to go streamer. I thought abt it a lot, discussed it w ppl... Some people said it was a good idea, other people asked me if I wouldn’t have any regrets, after all I’ve done in pro gaming. I want to give myself a pat on the back for what I’ve done so far.” https://t.co/N36PBWdgwo— Ana's Tal Mask (@gatamchun) September 12, 2018
Miro was one of the original Overwatch professionals, winning multiple championships in his short time before the Overwatch League. He played for the incredibly successful Lunatic-Hai team that won two Overwatch APEX championships in South Korea and represented his home nation in the Overwatch World Cup. He was well known for pioneering Winston play early in the days of Overwatch, with his dive style being nearly unbeatable for many players.
Miro more recently ran into some problems with his play, not performing at the level that many expected, especially while with the Seoul Dynasty. He was eventually benched and replaced with