Dota 2 Free Agents 33, Fata, And Nikobaby Form New Pro Team

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2013-07-09
Free Agents 33, Fata, & Nikobaby Form New Dota 2 Pro Team
Nikobaby has formed a new team alongside 33 and Fata. Mineski

As the 2019-20 Dota Pro Circuit nears, esports teams are expected to finalize their roster and talents. Even now, spots are starting to get scarce as most teams have already completed stacking players, leaving others in a bid to “LFT (Looking For a Team”).

One of the newest squads to form this offseason includes a handful of veterans, all of whom had the opportunity to showcase their strengths over the last few seasons. A recently revealed Dota 2 roster is being headlined by Adrian “Fata” Trinks and Neta “33” Shapira. The boys do seem to show a lot of potential going into the upcoming DPC season.

Both Fata and 33 left Ninjas in Pyjamas after they were eliminated and ended in last place at The International 2019. Being the two key pieces for the team, a lot is expected from them. 33 will be taking the captain role, which makes sense given the fact that he has more experience in being a support player.

The latest player to join the team is none other than Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov, who was recently released by Mineski. But unlike NiP, the team had a more compelling campaign at TI9, finishing in ninth place. Unfortunately, the organization decided to rebuild its roster.

Although Nikobaby does not have a lot to offer in terms of experience, his talents really shone at TI9. He helped Mineski hold their own against other tier one Dota 2 teams.

After GODSENT merged with The Final Tribe, it was believed that the latter’s current roster would eventually stick out in hopes of testing the early DPC season waters. Alas, Simon “Handsken” Haag left the revived esports organization. He ended up joining 33 and Fata to form a team that needed his support expertise.

The final player joining the roster is Linus “Limmp” Blomdin, a long-time Complexity Gaming midlaner. Much like other Dota teams, his organization also rolled the dice and reshuffled the roster.

The new squad does not have an official name yet, let alone a region they will be playing in. But given the fact that most players except Nikobaby have played for North American and European teams, it is very likely to be one of those two.

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