Southeast Asian Games Dota 2 champ Adroit Esports shut down its operations due to the continuing impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Cebu-based esports group broke the sad news through a prolonged Facebook post on Saturday.

” It is with a heaviness of heart that we share to the community that we have launched our Dota 2 lineup and all of our support personnel as we cease all operations for Adroit Esports,” the team stated.

” Sacrifices were made by everybody on the group to remain afloat however the pandemic situation has actually led us to the inevitable,” it included.

Then composed of Marvin “Boombacs” Rushton, Bryle “cml” Alvizo, Mc Nicholson “Mac” Villanueva, Jun “Bok” Kanehara and John Anthony “Natsumi-” Vargas, Adroit burst into the competitive scene when it practically got approved for the The International 2019 after completing third in the SEA qualifiers.

Adroit went on to get approved for the MDL Chengdu Major, the first Significant occasion of the 2019-2020 DPC season, where they wound up at 13th-16th.

Under the national esports team Sibol, Adroit snared the gold medal in the SEA Games after managing a stressful 3-2 accomplishment over a Thailand side that was led by local stars Anucha “Jabz” Jirawong and Nuengnara “23savage” Teeramahanon.

However, the team had a hard time in most subsequent tournaments before Natsumi- and Bok left the group for Zerothreetwo Dota.

Adroit tapped Justine Ryan “Tino” Grimaldo and Nikko “Nikko” Bilocura as replacements however the team still discovered it hard to find its groove.

Last August, Adroit was likewise forced by the health crisis to release its Valorant group, which racked up many regional and local titles. Bren Esports picked up the lineup.

” We started Adroit small however with big objectives for the future. A few champions but with honor, we raised the banner of SEA, PH and Cebuano Dota. We once went into the competitive Valorant scene and it was filled with many championships. All things, big or small, pertain to an end.”

Adroit revealed its appreciation to its current and previous gamers, staff, sponsors and ever-supportive fans.