Southeast Asia (SEA) Dota 2 players are undoubtedly some of the most talented in the world, especially in mid and mid lane. The region’s most successful performer last season, T1’s Nuengnara”23savage“Teeramahanon, recently gave his assessment of other players in the carry position. 23savage was tasked with ranking Muhammad”in your dream“Rizky, Kim”Gabbi“Villafuerte, Souliya”Jacky“Khoomphetsavong, and Marc Polo Luis”Raven“Fausto from best to worst in an interview with ‘ID ESPORTS‘ on Youtube. The final 23savage is based on his decision on the past performance of these top Dota 2 carry players from Southeast Asia.
23savage believes Raven is the best carry of the four
The four players are ranked from best to worst in the following order.
in your dream
23savage revealed the rankings, which led to a laugh between the host (Billy Rifki) and two T1 players, as Billy is also from Indonesia like inYourdreaM.
Kuku then asked 23savage if he wanted to change his answer to which he replied, “I just go with the truth.” When Kuku was asked if he had a different answer, he laughed and said, “I will place second in YourdreaM.”
The entire T1 team put on sublime performances in Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) 2021 and at The International 10 (TI10). When asked what has made them so strong and how they have achieved successful results this year, 23savage noted that it is the chemistry of his team.
“I think we communicate well when there is a problem and we try to fix every problem wisely and the four (remaining) members were on good terms even before I joined and it was very easy. easy to adapt and play with them.”
Also, Kuku points out that a large part of their success is due to T1’s coach, Park.”March“Tae-won is the one who brings a lot of ideas and brings the team together.
However, there is also the fact that T1 failed to raise the Aegis of Champions at TI10. Kuku and 23savage both admitted that they were saddened by their elimination from TI10, but they also recognized some of the lessons they learned from the event. Both players agree that they need to start their league campaigns stronger as they have had a bad start to their leagues throughout the past year.
In an effort to make this change, T1 will aim to start the upcoming DPC from 2021-22 on a high. There’s been a lot of roster shuffle going on in the region, and some all-star teams are expected to be conceded. But 23savage proved quite confident in the future of T1. “I think, we’re going to beat everyone,” he answered when asked about T1’s ability to compete in the upcoming SEA DPC League.
However, Kuku mentioned that even though they played at TI, they still have to work hard and respect their opponents as they are both very talented individuals.
The first 2021-22 regional DPC tournament will begin on November 29, 2021.
https://afkgaming.com/dota2/news/23savage-ranks-top-sea-dota-2-carry-players | 23savage Ranks Top Carry Players in SEA Dota 2