THANK YOU FATA AND 33 – [A] DOTA 2 ROSTER CHANGES
While the professional Dota 2 scene is transitioning to online leagues and tournaments due to the Covid-19 virus, Alliance prepares for the future by making significant changes to their roster.
Gothenburg, Sweden – March 31st 2020 – Last fall, we signed the stacked roster of two former NiP members, one talented rookie and two homecoming Swedes. The results since then have been good, with the team scoring two top spots in their very first tournaments together, and raking up a good amount of DPC points to this point.
In preparation for what’s to come with The International 10 on home turf in August, where even though our Dota 2 division is as good as qualified, they have decided to make some significant roster changes mid-season.
The team parts ways with Adrian “Fata” Trinks and Neta “33” Shapira. This decision comes ahead of the upcoming tournaments and challenges that will lead up to TI 10.
“These decisions are never fun to make but we feel like we need to switch things up to be able to grow further,” Linus “Limmp” Blomdin comments “Thank you to Fata and Neta and best of luck.”
“I’m very thankful for everything Fata and 33 has achieved with our team,” says founder and CEO Jonathan Berg. “When they joined us in September last year, we knew they wanted to prove themselves and we could not have asked for more with the performance and results they have achieved so far with Alliance.
Competition in DotA 2 is ruthless, even though our results have been good, we are now making these changes to further close the gap to the absolute top.
It was not an easy choice to make but our goal is to become the best Dota 2 team in the world, nothing less. With time I think it will be clear that this is the right decision for everyone. I wish them nothing but the best as they are incredible players.”
Alliance Dota 2 Roster:
Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov
Linus “Limmp” Blomdin
Simon “Handsken” Haag
More news regarding the roster will come in the upcoming days. Thank you for your continued support.
Alliance is a world-renowned esports organisation fielding competitive players across some of the most popular video games in the world. Shortly after Alliance’s inception, their Dota 2 team, headed by Jonathan ‘Loda’ Berg, catapulted to the top of the scene with an innovative playstyle and went on to claim the Aegis of Champions when they won The International 2013.
Alliance’s mission is to create a lasting legacy that supports esports experiences across the globe. In working toward that goal, they’re determined to be a responsible organisation driven by their core values of dedication, teamwork, and community.
ABOUT DOTA 2
Dota 2 is a multiplayer online battle arena video game, or MOBA for short, developed by Valve. The game officially launched in 2013. Dota 2 has a large esports scene, with teams from around the world playing in various tournaments. Valve manages an event format known as the Dota Pro Circuit, which are a series of tournaments that award qualification points for earning direct invitations to The International, the game’s premier annual tournament.
The International 2020 will be held in Stockholm, Sweden.