Dota 2: Kuro’s New Organization will be Revealed Soon

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Dota 2: Kuro’s New Organization will be Revealed Soon

ESL One Hamburg 2019 was a joy to watch for every Dota 2 fan out there. Even though it’s not a DPC tournament, we still got to see some of the best teams right now fighting to the death for that $300K USD prize pool. In the end, TNC, the SEA hegemony right now, was able to claim the victory. That said, they really had to fight for it as we saw a deadly five-game thriller in the grand final against Gambit.


After their win, one of Dota 2’s legends, Kuro “KuroKy” Salehi Takhasomi, congratulated TNC on Twitter. However, what’s more interesting was the fact that he said he & his teammates will announce their new organization before the next Major/Minor qualifiers. By the looks of it, the team will have the same lineup it had prior to leaving Team Liquid.

This was no surprise because the ex-Team Liquid did only one roster changes in three years. In fact, this happened just a couple of months ago, prior to TI 9. After a couple of months of underperformance, Lasse Aukusti “MATUMBAMAN” Urpalainen was swapped out for Aliwi “w33” Omar. This came as a shock for most fans but the change was needed as the results speak for themselves. As you know, the ex-Team Liquid got the second place at TI 9 after losing against OG.

What now for KuroKy and co?

The only this we can do at this point is to wait for the next qualifier to start. According to the schedule, the next DPC qualifiers will take place on December 1. This means that we have around a month to wait until the big announcement. Until then, make sure to watch the upcoming Major & Minor because they will show fans a ton of information about the current state of the scene. Despite the fact that some of the strongest teams are taking a break, there are still plenty of cool personalities to watch.

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Dota 2: Kuro’s New Organization will be Revealed Soon
Zlosterr has been a fan of esports for many years and mainly focuses on Dota 2. He has more than five years of experience writing Dota 2 content for numerous platforms. Besides being a passionate fan of the game, he's also played for various amateur teams.