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March Joins Execration as New Coach

March began to shift towards a coaching role, coaching SEA teams such as Echo International, Fnatic, TNC Predator and most recently T1.

March Joins Execration as New Coach
By Shubham Dalal | Dec 12, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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While the off-season roster has been inactive following the conclusion of the transfer period, Southeast Asia (SEA) continues to provide exciting announcements as of late as Park “Mar” Tae-Won is officially the latest head coach to execute. declared as such.After completing his mandatory military service for South Korea in 2018, March began to shift towards a coaching role, coaching SEA teams such as Echo International, Fnatic, TNC Predator and most recently T1. However, his two years with T1 came to an end after the roster disbanded.If you need more information about March Joins Execration as New Coach then read carefully and don’t forget to share with your friends.

March Joins Execration as New Coach :

“March becomes the coach of the execution, BDz becomes the captain of the team “
“Shots Fire!💙🖤 We welcome Carlo “@bdzdota” Manalo as our new hard support and captain! Ahead is a key figure on the scene. We welcome Park “@MarchDota” Tae-Won as our new head coach. So excited to have it in shape!” Execution wrote in his announcement tweet.The exec also announced that Juan “BDz” Manalo will replace Ralph “RR” Peñano as team captain and tough support for the upcoming season.

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The exec also announced that Juan “BDz” Manalo will replace Ralph “RR” Peñano as team captain and tough support for the upcoming season.Following the announcement, here is the confirmed lineup of execs for the 2022/2023 Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) season :

  1. Jinn Marrey “Palos” Lamatao.
  2. Mark Anthony “Bob” Urbina
  3. Justine “Tino” Grimaldo
  4. Mark “Shanks” Redira
  5. Don Carlo “BDz” Manalo (also known as Carlo)
  6. Park “March” Tae-won (head coach)

March most recently spent two years with South Korean organization T1, as the team achieved major success in 2021 with a third-place finish at the WePlay AniMajor as well as a top-eight finish at the organization’s first International. However, 2022 proved to be a bad year for T1 as the team saw a drastic drop in its performance after the Stockholm Major, where it failed to qualify for The International 2022 (TI11) despite the acquisition of a two-time TI winning pair. doing. Anathan “Ana” Pham and Topius “Topson” Tavitsenen, Following its failure to qualify for TI11, T1 announced that it had disbanded in March prior to its complete disbandment.If you like this article then don’t forget to share with your friends.

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