Tundra Esports participated Dota 2 in the first season of 2021 Dota Pro Circuit by Fata signing and mud stack. And now, the organization is committing to building a culture of success around that squad by signing long-term contracts for all five players through 2024.
In a competitive landscape like Dota, it is not uncommon for contract details to remain private knowledge between players, managers and the organization. But even without that information being made public, the three-year contract is easily one of the longest ever awarded to any player and it could be the first time it has happened to an entire team. formation.
But because of the team’s early success in Tundra’s first season in this setting, the organization was ready to push to continue with the team.
“We saw the potential these players showed and immediately recognized the talent they had,” said Tundra co-founder Anthony Graham. “Their rise to success and their ability to bounce back from setbacks lead us to believe they are a winning combination. The players’ drive to succeed directly correlates with Tundra’s drive to be the best esports organization out there, so it’s only natural to continue working with them. ”
With its entry, Tundra quickly established itself as a threat challenging any top team in Europe. In season one of DPC, the team barely made it to the first Major via tiebreaker and managed to stay in the upper division in season two despite some initial difficulties.
At the conclusion of the WePlay AniMajor, Tundra was set to take part in the EU qualifiers for The International 10. And even in a stacked arena that included Team Liquid, Team Nigma and a handful of other veteran teams, Tundra just barely missed a game. upset the two-time defending TI champion OG and make it Dota’s biggest stage.
After that, Tundra continued to compete in different tournaments, win ESL One Fall 2021 surpassed the short-sleeve PSG.LGD lineup and placed third at OGA Dota PIT Invitational is behind LGD and Team Spirit.
“We were really close to qualifying for The International this year, and we think we’ve got what it takes to get there,” Fata said. “The team is really excited to push themselves, and Tundra’s support has made it a lot easier for us to fully focus on training. I am very confident with the support from Tundra we will be able to continue this improvement to reach new heights in the upcoming DPC season and beyond. ”
Along with Fata, this means 33, Nine, Skiter and Sneyking have all signed up to represent Tundra in the next several DPC seasons and in any other events that may appear in between.
https://dotesports.com/dota-2/news/tundra-esports-brings-back-its-entire-dota-2-roster-extends-them-through-2024 Tundra Esports Brings Back Its Entire Dota 2 roster, expanding them to 2024