From Teddy Bears To Wolves : xNova Joins BOOM Esports For 2023 Dota 2 Season

Boom Esports today finalized its Dota 2 roster for the 2023 DPC season in a series of announcements.

By Shubham Dalal | Nov 26, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

Boom Esports today finalized its Dota 2 roster for the 2023 DPC season in a series of announcements. JaCkky, TIMS, and Skeem left the team, and Boom kept the Yopaz-Fbz core and reinforced the team with xNova, Xepher, and Natsumi.XNova announced his free agency in early November, and he was ready to move as well. Most xNova fans wanted the veteran support to return to their home region, SEA, and their call was answered. Supporters will make their grand return to the SEA DPC in the coming months.If you need more information about From Teddy Bears To Wolves : xNova Joins BOOM Esports For 2023 Dota 2 Season then read carefully and share with your friends.

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It also marks the end of xNova’s tenure in China, which hosted one of their most memorable Dota events. During TI11, due to health problems in RNG, he had to play alone on stage with a teddy bear by his side.Boom finalized their roster with Natsumi, who had recently left Polaris Esports, and Zephyr after a two-year long sit-out in T1. Boom’s latest team will once again be coached by Musashi, one of the most respected players in the region, and the team will face stiff competition in the upcoming season.

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Although BOOM as an organization dominated the SEA DPC last season, a new challenger has entered the fray in the form of Blacklist International, making the field even more stacked than ever. The latest rosters will have a month to prepare for the 2023 Pro Circuit, and teams that can blend well in time will have an advantage on tour first.Boom Esports had a promising season, eventually landing at The International 2022 with 7th place in the DPC rankings with 1482 points.

They survived a three-way tiebreaker to make it to the TI11 playoffs and send the defending champions into TI11, but their Cinderella story was cut short by PSG.LGD with a 2-0 clean sweep. His final result was a 9–12th place. Just three days ago Boom Esports was down to only two players after parting ways with their captain, Rolen “Skem” Ong, carry player, Saulia “Jackie” Khoomphetsvong, and position 4 support, Timothy “TIMS” Randrup.Now they bring on board three experienced and outstanding players to complete their new roster with the hope of an even better season.If you like this article then share with your friends and keep supporting us.

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