Dota 2: Na’Vi Won’t Attend WePlay!’s Upcoming Tournament

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Dota 2: Na’Vi Won’t Attend WePlay!’s Upcoming Tournament

A big name will be missing from the next WePlay! tournament.

You probably remember WePlay!’s incredible Minor that took place a couple of weeks ago. It was by far one of the best all-round Minors we’ve ever seen. That’s why we weren’t surprised when we found out that it was also the most viewed Minor in Dota 2’s history.

Now, we’re on the verge of watching yet another WePlay! tournament. Despite the fact that it’s not included in the DPC, the WePlay! Dota 2 Tug of War: Mad Moon will still gather some pretty remarkable teams by having a $300k USD prize pool. The tournament itself will take place in Kyiv, Ukraine, from February 19 to the 23rd.

Na’Vi won’t make it

Unfortunately, we are sad to announce that Natus Vincere won’t be able to attend this event. Even though it’s in their home town, the WePlay! Reshuffle Madness champions will be missing out on the tournament due to a conflict with their training schedule for the upcoming Los Angeles Major. As you know, the CIS powerhouse is one of the teams from this region that will be going there.

Instead of the TI1 champions, we will be able to see a new team called Aggressive Mode. Despite being relatively new on the scene, these guys made already made a mark by defeating Nigma in the qualifiers for the LA Major a couple of days ago. Sadly, they were unable to qualify for any of the DPC events.


It will be very interesting to see what’s going to happen in this tournament. In addition to Aggressive Mode, we will also see the following teams:

  • Team Secret
  • Gambit Esports
  • Nigma
  • Royal Never Give Up
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas
  • Infamous
  • TBD

We are yet to see who will be the last team that’s going to this tournament. However, judging by the rest, it’s definitely going to be someone high profile.

Dota 2: Na’Vi Won’t Attend WePlay!’s Upcoming Tournament
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.