Goonsquad, Alliance, Gaimin Gladiators, and OG. Do you spot any similarities between them? Well, these teams just weren’t good enough to win even a single game against us during this DPC season. Arriving victorious is yet another proof of our right vision and approach to Dota. Take 5 independent minds that are not scared to experiment and are not bound by the so-called META. Add in careful preparation and analysis of any enemy team. Spice it up with a variety of fun and motivating activities outside of Dota and here you go! Tundra is ready to take on any opponent.
Our player synergy and the same vision of the game allow us to confidently go for some of the most bizarre strategies out there. Gaimin Gladiators are probably still guessing whether it’s going to be Zeus or Wyvern staying mid. You could be guessing forever but it won’t stop us from having twice the number of kills at the end. Maybe you could steal our Zeus if it’s so troublesome? Goonsquad tried, and they faced our Offlane Alchemist instead, running at them with BKB + Radiance at minute 17. Do you know what else happened in 17 minutes? The so-well-known OG typing the fastest GG of the year, failing to stop our mid-Clockwerk. Sometimes our ideas just simply don’t work and we may lose a series in the run up to T.I, as we did to Team Liquid this season. But we make sure to keep our morale high, our meta changing strategy sharp and enjoy life with activities outside of Dota.
At the end of the day, having fun together is also a crucial aspect of the job that reflects on our gameplay. Bowling, Karting and lots of other activities help our players better understand each other and stay in tune during official games. In addition to that, they work with some of the best coaches and performance teams to help them reset and face the next upcoming matches.
With the last DPC over and the Arlington major a few days away, we are more than ready to show the best Dota you’ve ever seen.