Dendi’s B8 Esports Breaks The Record For Most Consecutive Losses in Dota 2 History

Vignesh Raghuram
6/May/2020 07:00 am

Image Courtesy: B8 Esports

  • B8 Esports have lost 24 games in a row, a new record in professional Dota 2.
  • The team’s last win came against HellRaisers at ESL One LA Online.
  • Dendi has stated that the team will be undergoing roster changes to fix this

Dendi and B8 Esports have been having a pretty hard time over the last few tournaments. The team underwent a roster shuffle earlier last month, bringing in Steve "Xcalibur" Ye, in hopes of revitalizing the team. However, it seems like their performances have only dipped since then. 

B8 Esports’ Record Losing Streak

After their loss against FlyToMoon yesterday, the team has now lost 24 games in a row (17 series in a row). A new record according to Dota 2 statsman Ben "Noxville" Steenhuisen.

In fact, B8 Esports has only won a single series (Against HellRaisers at ESL One LA Online) in their last 27 series which makes their win-loss record an abysmal 1-26.

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For fans of Dendi, this is especially hard to watch. The team simply just isn’t clicking and are looking lost, even against some of the lower-skilled teams. Something fundamentally has to change for the team to start clicking once again. Dendi recently stated that the team would be undergoing roster changes to improve their performance. 

(Read: Dendi talks about B8 Esports' Losing Streak and Possible Roster Changes)

But is it too little, too late? We’ll have to wait and see.


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Vignesh has been covering the esports industry for nearly 5 years starting with the early days of the DPC. His industry expertise includes experience in Dota 2, CS:GO and Mobile Esports coverage.