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Mushi joins Tigers

Ahjit and InYourdreaM were removed from the roster prior to Mushi’s joining.

The Dota 2 scene is notoriously known to be unstable throughout the year when it comes to team composition. Even in the middle of the season, there are plenty of roster changes. And during the second round of DPC 2018-19, there comes another huge news from Tigers.

The team was formerly TNC Tigers before Valve’s new regulations. After TNC let go of the team, they came to be known as Tigers. They announced that they have let go of their position 1, Ahjit and position 2, InYourdreaM.

The reasons for their departure were not given. But it can be assumed that it was due to Tiger’s unsatisfactory performance. They placed 13th-16th, the least possible standing, at the Kuala Lumpur Major. The team had won the DreamLeague Season 10 Minor to secure the spot at the KL Major. Post that, the team could not qualify for either of the tournaments in round 2 of DPC; neither the Bucharest Minor nor the ChongQing Major.

After announcing their departure, Tigers today have announced that Mushi will be joining their squad as the 1st position. Mushi was formerly in Mineski, which he left just before the start of DPC 2018-19. He did not announce the reason for his departure, but he left after Anthony ‘Scantzor’ Hodgson made allegations of mistreatment of the players by Mineski. Before joining tigers, Mushi was a free agent.

READ: MUSHI LEAVES MINESKI

As of now, Tigers only have four players in the squad. They have not announced the replacement for 2nd position of yet, but we can expect it to be pretty soon.

The current Tigers Squad is:

Position 1: Chai "Mushi" Yee Fun

Position 3: David "Moonmeander" Tan

Position 4: Kenny "Xepher" Dep

Position 5: Sivatheeban "1437" Sivanathapillai

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MN | Rudraaksh

MN | Rudraaksh

Rudraaksh is a dentist by trade but a gamer by heart. He’s written for adventure sports website and volunteered for a Germany based newsletter, but is currently taking the esports scene by storm.

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