Fnatic.Moon Talks About TI10 Invites, 23savage and Reveals Their Biggest Competitors

Vignesh Raghuram
14/Apr/2020 02:06 pm

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  • JoinDOTA interviewed Fnatic's midlaner Kam "Moon" Boon Seng recently.
  • The player states that Valve should reduce the number of invites to TI10
  • The player also revealed that his team's biggest competitors are TNC Predator

Fnatic and their midlaner Kam "Moon" Boon Seng have recently experienced quite the spurt of success. They won the Dota Summit 12 in Los Angeles before coming back and winning the ESL One LA Online League. 

However despite all their recent triumphs, as things stand, Fnatic might not even get an invite to TI10. At least, if Valve follows Moon’s suggestions.

In an interview with Joindota, Fnatic’s midlaner talks about how the invites to TI10 could be handled, the team’s young carry 23savage and their biggest competitors.

On how the invites to TI10 could be distributed

“I think the best solution is to deduct the total invites for TI to top four or top six teams in the DPC right now, and then fill up the remaining slots with qualifier teams. This will of course make Fnatic not eligible for a direct invite but I think we can still qualify via the qualifiers.”

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On 23savage

“23savage is very young and raw and due to that, he is able to absorb things very quickly. He is very talented mechanically and is willing to listen. I think he will improve over time no matter what, and he just needs some real competitive experience.”

On who his team’s biggest competitors are

“Of course it has got to be TNC. They are Major winners!”

You can read the full interview HERE.

Fnatic is currently competing and lead the standings at the BTS Pro Series: Southeast Asia.


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