Fear to take a break from competitive Dota 2|Dot Esports
It appears like organization associates will not be making any looks whenever soon, at least not utilizing that moniker or being captained by veteran Dota 2 gamer Clinton “Worry” Loomis.
Just as matches were firing up for the Beyond The Top Pro Series Season 3: Americas today, the lineup for bachelor’s degree was shown playing under the alias of Group No without Worry anchoring the squad.
This stack featured 3 of the five players who have been betting ba over the last numerous months, but it was clear from the lineup moves that this was a stack made by Jacky “EternaLEnVy” Mao.
Fear responded on Twitter, stating he was going to be taking a break for a while before the Dota Pro Circuit returns in 2021 and three of his gamer wanted to continue playing together in his absence.
” I’m getting messages asking why I’m not playing today,” Fear stated. “I chose to take a break from competitive for a little because DPC isn’t starting till Jan-Feb of 2021. The group wished to keep playing regardless (3/5 of the lineup) so they made a new team. Best of luck to the guys.”
He didn’t mention if he’ll be awaiting the DPC to make a return or if he’ll simply be taking a couple of months off to rest prior to jumping back into the scene.
Along with EE, Braxton “Brax” Paulson and Jingjun “Sneyking” Wu remained to play together. David “Moo” Hull hasn’t made any statement on what his plans for the future are, but he’s not featured on the Team Zero roster.
Another of the EE stack staples returned with Eric “Ryoya” Dong actioning in after last playing with Evil Geniuses in the last BTS Pro Series. The final player to join the lineup was Sivatheeban “1437” Sivanathapillai, who last bet J.Storm prior to the company went under and the Dota lineup broke off to form bachelor’s degree.
It’s unclear what the future of the ba stack is, however without Worry, it looks like EE and the remainder of the roster will continue playing as their own stack.