The TI10 post-qualifying shuffle hits the South American scene as NoPing e-sports announces a first roster change the day after the regular season.
After finishing first in the second season of the South American Regional League Dota Pro Circuit and thus qualifying for the AniMajor, NoPing eSports were considered the top favorites in the SA qualifiers for The International 10. .
However, SG e-sports came out strong in qualifying and won the last ticket to TI10 for the SA teams, leaving NoPing behind to watch the tournament from home. While TI10 is still around three months away and there are online tournaments in the queue to keep the scene active until October, NoPing e-sports has already made the decision to part ways with its player. transport.
William “hFn” Medeiros joined the squad in early March this year, ahead of CPD 2021, and took NoPing to fourth place in the South African Regional League’s first season and to first place the following season. Sadly, NoPing had a poor performance in Kiev, Ukraine at AniMajor, finishing just 9-12 with two straight losses to the two teams coming from NA, Quincy Crew and Evil Geniuses.
“We wish him all the luck in the world and hope that he will continue to do what he loves, bringing joy to everyone,” NoPing said in his farewell message for hFn.
Farith “Matthieu” Puente
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