Virtus.Pro was easily defeated by the BetBoom Team to launch its DPC campaign, After a month of anticipation.
Virtus.Pro was easily defeated by the BetBoom Team to launch its DPC campaign, After a month of anticipation, BetBoom Team finally made their Eastern Europe Dota Pro Circuit (EEU DPC) debut with a convincing win over Virtus.pro. This was the team’s first match with its newly assembled all-star squad. In order to build an all-star roster for 2023, BetBoom Team released its entire roster over the off-season. After making a successful attempt and defeating well-known Virtus.pro in their inaugural match, BetBoom Team is aiming to become the new face of the area.
While Virtus.pro was forced to acquire a new carry just before the season began as a result of Kamil “Koma” Biktimirov’s permanent suspension, both teams had completely rebuilt their rosters throughout the offseason. While Alexandr “krylat” Krylatov, a replacement for Virtus.pro, was found, BetBoom Team was favoured by many prior to the match mostly because of the calibre of players on the team.
The BetBoom Team completely dominated Game 1 thanks to its core trio of Lina carry, Death Prophet in the midlane, and Dragon Knight in the offlane. BetBoom Team’s early aggression paid off as they continuously forced Virtus.pro to battle them on their terms. Virtus.pro tried to stall the game in order to reach their item timings in the mid-game phase. Furthermore, BetBoom Team did not offer Virtus.pro any room, and as a result, after 39 minutes, Virtus.pro tapped out, giving BetBoom Team the victory.
Ivan “Pure” Moskalenko, Danil “gpk,” and Egor “Nightfall” Grigorenko’s trio was the primary highlight of Game One as they combined for a total of 38 kills, with each player recording more than 10 kills.
In an effort to make up for its poor performance in Game One, Virtus.pro selected a Chaos Knight for Krylat and a Batrider for Ilya “squad1x” Kuvaldin in the midlane, while BetBoom went with a more mobile roster that included the Death Prophet as well as the addition of Ursa and Leshrac. While both teams were more evenly matched in the early going than in Game One, BetBoom Team’s merciless approach turned the contest into a rematch of that game as they seized Roshan before the 20-minute mark and had a substantial net worth advantage.
Despite having minimal effect, Pure’s Ursa, along with the BetBoom Team’s Leshrac and Death Prophet from Nightfall, managed to win Game Two after 33 minutes.
Due to the fact that they only started their DPC campaign today, BetBoom Team is presently in second place after the match. But a lot of people in the community think BetBoom Team has what it takes to unseat teams like Virtus.pro and Team Spirit. As Nikita “Daxak” Kuzmin’s Hell Raisers will be the team BetBoom Team faces on January 14, these opponents may prove to be more difficult.