BOOM Esports gets 23savage as Dota Pro Circuit stand-in
Nuengnara “23savage” Teeramahanon made a name for himself in Southeast Asian Dota 2 with multiple wins on Fnatic. The Thai Carry assisted establish FNC’s dominance in 2020. In addition, he broke out as a prominent Carry player within 2 years of his launching. Now, 23savage takes his abilities to Indonesia as he defends the BOOM Esports banner.
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The Thai Carry signs up with BOOM as a stand-in to serve for the rest of the DPC’s first season matches. BOOM developed itself as a SEA frontrunner with the acquisition of a strong Carry gamer. Ultimately, the lineup modification came at just the right moment with BOOM in a precarious scenario offered their early 2-3 record.
Vici Gaming acquired 23savage previous to the start of the 2021 season. Unfortunately, the team released the skilled Dota player due to heightened travel constraints. 23savage at first mentioned interactions concerns as the main factor for his release from Vici Video gaming. The liberty of Dota 2 gamers to move in between areas often result in interaction issues that sometimes cause dismal outcomes. Ultimately, 23savage never played a video game for Vici up until his main release. The interaction barrier does not totally disappear with 23savage’s addition to the BOOM roster however he will feel more at house with a SEA team.
23savage happily go back to the competitive scene playing in his house SEA area. The road ahead remains rough for the Indonesian squad but their lineup undoubtedly received much-needed boosting with the addition of the new Carry. BOOM Esports stands a possibility to sign up with the upcoming Singapore Major if they can win their upcoming matches against Execration and Vice.
BOOM’s next match takes location on February 17th prior to their last match versus Vice on February 20th. Hopefully, this upstart SEA team gets the possibility to rock the Dota 2 scene.
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