Team Spirit signs Yellow Submarine as its new Dota 2 lineup|Dot Esports
Though the competitive action never dropped in Dota 2 regardless of the absence of LAN events, it has been rather a tough year for the organizations and sponsors within the scene. Prior to Valve launched a roadmap, there were currently organizations dropping their teams.
But what might have looked like the failure of the scene has developed into a valuable opportunity for organizations aiming to sign groups with high capacities. Group Spirit announced today that it was boosting its ranks with the former team of Yellow Submarine.
The most current version of the Yellow Submarine squad played together under its previous banner considering that the beginning of October. The team had numerous strong showings against teams like Nigma, Ninjas in Pyjamas, and the top-tier stack that recently disbanded, Simply Error.
The team’s only top-four surface came in November throughout Dota Top 13 Online: Europe/CIS, and the team has actually been consistently carrying out well to secure itself spots in primary occasions. Considering how stacked the European area is right now with online competitions with old and brand-new teams, the brand-new Group Spirit team has actually absolutely been one of the most promising ones to watch.
The team includes a good balance of young and approaching talents in Ilya “yatoro” Mulyarchuk, Alexander “TORONTOTOKYO” Khertek, Magomed “Collapse” Khalilov, along with the experience they’ll require in Yaroslav “Miposhka” Naidenov and Vitaliy “so bad” Oshmankevich.
The team will be making its first launching at 12pm CT versus Live to Win in BTS Pro Series Season 4: Europe/CIS’ 3rd phase. The rest of the bracket consists of teams like Vikin.gg, and Spider Pigzs, indicating it’ll be a worthwhile test for the squad under their brand-new banner. You can tune into the matches through BTS’s Twitch channel.
The 2021 DPC season is scheduled to begin on Jan. 28, 2021, according to Valve’s November article, and the brand-new Group Spirit team will be competing in tier-one events up until the brand-new season kicks off.