TSM enjoyed a stellar debut year in the Dota 2 competitive scene, as it managed to take second place at the ESL One Stockholm 2022 Major.
TSM will be looking for new support players for the upcoming season, as the organization has officially confirmed that its team captain David “Moonmender” Tan will be transitioning to his new role as the team’s head coach. TSM enjoyed a stellar debut year in the Dota 2 competitive scene, as it managed to take second place at the ESL One Stockholm 2022 Major.However, TSM faltered in terms of performance as the season progressed, as it was eliminated from The International 2022 (TI11), finishing 17th-20th.If you need more information about TSM To Pick Up Two New Players For Dota 2 Lineup then read carefully.
TSM Will Recruit New Support Duo As Moonmendar Head Coach Changes At the beginning of the month, TSM announced that it was looking to rebuild its roster by releasing support player Kim “dbu” Doo-young in free agency following his disappointing performance at TI11. However, TSM is now looking for a new captain as well as the current team leader, David “Moonmender” Tan will transition to head coach of the team after 8 years of playing competitively.
“The journey of a DOTA legend, from player to now head coach. This is the story of TSM @MoonMeanderated,” TSM wrote in a tweet that also included a video documenting the player’s journey in the competitive scene.
While Moonmender mostly talked about his journey as a player during the past eight years, he also talked about his decision to transition from playing to coaching as he said he wanted to leave the former Undying Stack last year. wanted to coach. However, he felt that the young players in the team at the time could use some guidance from an experienced player like himself.
“I was initially going to coach this team [Team Undying], however I felt that the four prospects [Timado, Bryle, SabeRLight-, DuBu] were weak compared to me. I was like “If I want to play, I need to get into coaching someone who’s better than me and we did at TI10 [with Phoebe as our coach] and then TSM picked us. At that point, I Thinking, “Should I become a coach or stay with the team for one more year for stability? I decided to stay for one more year.”He then added that after his most recent competitive season, he decided it was time to give other players a chance to prove themselves with the team as he felt their talents would be better utilized as coaches for the team.
As of now, TSM’s roster is as follows:
• Enzo “Timado” O’Connor
• Jonathan “Bryle” Guia
• Jonáš “SabeRLight-” Volek
• David “MoonMeander” Tan (head coach)
TSM is expected to reveal its full roster later today, according to a TSM staff member on the Dota 2 subreddit after posting the announcement.