Here are three Dota 2 players that will make their debut at the upcoming Major.
We are just one week away from the beginning of the first Major of 2021. Next week, we will get to see some of the best teams in the world. They will try to earn the big prize, as well as the DPC points.
Besides the famous players that everyone is eager to see, there will be several players that will make their debut at this event. Of course, some of them are more popular than others, which is why we wanted to show them to you.
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Cheng “NothingToSay” Jin Xiang
Perhaps the most impressive player that people will be looking forward to seeing is Cheng “NothingToSay” Jin Xiang. The Malaysian mid laner became a part of PSG.LGD recently. In fact, he is a part of EHOME, but the Chinese team decided to loan him to PSG.LGD.
Some of you may not know, but NothingToSay used to be one of the best PUB players in SEA. Famous for being one of the best tempo controllers, this player shines when he gets the chance to play Ember Spirit and Void Spirit.
Natthaphon “Masaros” Ouanphakdee
The second player that some people will keep a close eye on is Masaros. The Thai offlaner became famous back in 2020 when he got the chance the play heroes like Legion Commander and Tidehunter.
One of the reasons why this player became so popular is because of these amazing laning skills. He has proven many times that he has what it takes to lane against some of the best carries in the world. We just have to see whether he and his team Fnatic will be able to people’s expectations.
Alik “V-Tune” Vorobey
The last player that we expect to shine at the upcoming event is V-Tune. The young Ukrainian carry player has helped Natus Vincere a lot in the Upper Division. In fact, the CIS team was one of the most dominant squads, which makes them one of the big favorites for the Major.
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Featured image via Natus Vincere.