Dota 2 scenes in North America gets a moment to survive
As you all know, the Dota 2 scenes in North America have gradually fallen regarding the shift of their successful Dota 2 organisation to South America. Evil Geniuses, the strong contenders of the region, went for South America, while famous top-class players like SumaiL and Quinn left for European teams. Making the North American region suffer as rosters and teams are shifting away. The region now comprises teams like the recently reworked Shopify Rebellion. However, fans of the North American Dota 2 region are pretty happy with Wildcard Gaming bringing up a new roster that will give weight to the NA Dota 2 scenario. The new roster comprises veteran players, and together they will bring competition to the region.
Know about the new roster of Wildcard Gaming
Through the Twitter handle, the North American Dota 2 side its new 5-men roster for the upcoming DPC Tour 2: Division I. The roster comprises veteran players YawaR, MSS and Sammyboy. Alone joins in as the only Peruvian player and the young Lil_Nick. Fans are cheering this moment because the team will surely provide good competition. This roster will debut next week as Division I kicks off.
YawaR and MSS have an excellent reputation for their name as they won the GESC: Thailand Dota 2 Minor and secured 2nd position with VGJ—Storm in the MDL Changsha Major, which was held in 2018. The two also understand North American Dota 2 as they stood atop the DPC NA Division with Quincy Crew.
Predictions on how the team will perform?
Considering the current roster has a mixture of experience and young talent. Together the roster can perform well, as the challenges remain from Shopify Rebellion, which had an impressive run in the Winter Tour. TSM also remains a competitor. However, North American Dota 2 looks a bit down, but it will return soon to its previous state.
About Wildcard Gaming and their previous runs
The North American Dota 2 side is led by IGL Sammyboy, who remains the only old roster member. The acquisition of the other members was made yesterday, and they all joined in to boost the organisation. The team ended up in 4th Position in DPC NA 2023 Tour 1: Division I. In the recent BTS Pro Series Season 14: Americas competition, the team had a poor performance and finished 11th. Keeping that in mind, the roster rework was what they looked for as a superior result.
Hence, the new roster is up for the side; the North American Dota 2 looks to rejuvenate with this as the DPC NA Tour 1:Division starts on the 13th of March. The top 8 teams for the region will compete for a place in the Berlin Major, with only two will be able to secure the place. Read more on the previous DPC NA 2023 Tour 1: Division I.