March returns to competitive Dota 2 as a coach

Vignesh RaghuramPublished On: 

One of Korea’s best ever Dota 2 players has announced his return to the game through a video.

Park "March" Tae-wonhas announced to return to competitive Dota 2. The former MVP.Phoenix star will join recently founded South East Asian team, Echo International in a coaching role. The squad's lineup is comprised of AnaKeyserFoREvChuan and Saksa.
In a video released by Korean Esports journalist, Kenzi. March says that he has agreed to join Echo International as a coach after Lee "Forev" Sang-don invited him.


The Korean player announced back in March 2016 that he would be taking a break from the competitive Dota 2 scene because he was joining the Navy as part of his compulsory military service. March is best known for his time on MVP Phoenix, who were the first Korean team to qualify for an International tournament (TI4).
While MVP narrowly missed out on advancing to phase two in TI4, they were more successful in TI5. Where they qualified again and were able to finish 7-8th. He is also responsible for a particularly memorable moment in TI history, where in an interview with Kaci Aitchison, he showcased his battle roar.


Now in a new stage of his career, March will be hoping he can put his experience to good use as a coach for the first time.