TNC announced Monday, September 13th that it will be parting ways with its entire Dota 2 team months after the team missed their fifth consecutive appearance on The International.
TNC, one of the top teams in the region said Timothy “Tims” Randrup, Kim “Gabbi” Villafuerte, Armel “Armel” Tabios, Jun “Bok” Kanehara and Martin “Boomy” Rushton will become free agents from September 15.
“The organization and its stakeholders have discussed individual growth and agree that this is the best decision for the future,” TNC wrote in a statement.
He won the MDL Chengdu Major 2019 together with Gabbi and Armel, who both signed with TNC in 2016, together with the Korean Park “March” Tae-won and the Australian Damien “kpii” Chok.
After kpii and Kim “Febby” Yong-min left in March, TNC brought in Bok and Boomy in March to form an all-Filipino team for the second season of the Dota Pro Circuit: Southeast Asia Upper Division. </ However, TNC failed to secure the coveted spot in The International – the Dota 2 World Championship – after Fnatic suffered a setback in the Grand Final of the Southeast Asia Qualifier in July.
“It was in the last three to Quite a journey for four years, especially with Tims, Armel and Gabbi, “wrote TNC.
” TNC has broken several barriers and overcame many obstacles in that time, and we’re grateful that we have such talented players who Lead the growth of Filipino esports on a global scale. ”
“As for Bok and Boomy, you were both essential to our TI run this year. The victories we have accumulated along the way would not have been possible without you,” added TNC.
Delfin Diochino dreamed of becoming a PBA player, but he didn’t have the skills to make it. So he pursued the next best thing to be an athlete – to write about her.
He started journalism at the University of Santo Tomas and joined Rappler after graduating in 2017.
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