Dota 2: Quincy Crew Still Looking for an Organization

Looking for help.
Looking for help. Twitter/@Quincy_Crew

The Dota 2 competitive scene in North America has long been dominated by Evil Geniuses. But that hold has started to slip and a lot of teams are now trying to grab that spot. One of these is Quincy Crew, currently leading the region in the new DPC season.

Quincy Crew isn't just standing at the top but they're doing pretty well. They're at 5-0 and with two matches left, there's a high possibility that the team is joining the upcoming major. Despite the excellent performance, however, they still need the support of an organization.

On Twitter, Maurice "KheZu" Gutmann revealed that they have managed to make all of these achievements, despite not having undergone a boot camp. For those not familiar with esports, it's basically for the team to get together and practice to improve their skills and performance. KheZu added that they have done everything in this season even with two members playing on ping and disadvantaged time zones. In fact, it seems that they had to fly one of their members to the US using their own money.

KheZu went on to say that they have "everything that an org wants" and have shown their "competitive value" despite having no help. There’s no question that if Quincy Crew gets an organization to back them, they’re going to be a long way.

Looking at the thread of KheZu’s post, Janne "Gorgc" Stefanovski commented that he's willing to give $10,000 to name the team. To which KheZu replied, if he pays for their boot camps, they'll use his face and the new team logo. Gorgc is currently with Team Bald Reborn at Division II of Western Europe.

A Quick Recap

For those following Quincy Crew, the team had initially disbanded after placing 9th-12th during The International 10. A month later the team made the decision to reform. In addition to KheZu, the other team members are:

  • Yawar "YawaR" Hassan
  • Quinn "Quinn" Callahan
  • Milan "MiLAN" Kozomara
  • Remus "ponlo" Goh Zhi Xian

Hopefully, an organization does take note of KheZu’s appeal and give the support they need. That way they can truly show everyone their true potential. What do you think about Quincy Crew not having an organization?

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