Even though we expected to welcome the departure of one of Overwatch‘s best players of all time with open arms, the departure of one of the game’s best players of all time still stings.

Matthew “super” DeLisi has left Overwatch after a stellar four-year career in which he won back-to-back World Championships and the OW World Cup.

Super received numerous awards during his time with the San Francisco Shock, with some claiming the 22-year-old to be the greatest player of all time, and his personal collection also includes a Role Star, All-Star, and MVP Runner-Up award, as well as an appearance on the Jimmy Fallon Show. He is a two-time Overwatch League Champion, World Cup Champion, Stage 2 Champion, and May Melee Tournament Champion.

Super is now retiring from competitive gaming, and he has sent a heartfelt message to his fans and fellow competitors.

The established Overwatch veteran claimed in a separate post on his own page that his passion for the game was “wrecking me mentally and emotionally” during preparations for the fifth season and the first on the early build of Overwatch 2.

Long-time fans of the Shock may not be surprised by super’s retirement; after becoming arguably the biggest name in the game since the likes of Felix “xQc” Lengyel, super often debated whether or not to trust his arm as a full-time streamer and content creator.

Super will now focus on Twitch and YouTube for the foreseeable future, having earned approximately $590,000 in winnings over his four-year career. Super already has 226,000 YouTube subscribers and 417,000 Twitch followers, with an average of 3,500 concurrent viewers.

Super could become a Twitch legend ahead of Overwatch 2’s release date, joining other Twitch legends in content related to the game.