Fata and 33 Return To Competitive Dota 2 With mudgolems

Vignesh Raghuram
10/Sep/2020 07:17 am

Fata, 33 make their official return to competitive Dota after a 6 month break.
The team's official name is "mudgolems".
Lineup: Skiter, BoraNija, 33, MiLAN, Fata

Adrian "Fata" Trinks and Neta "33" Shapira are making their return to competitive Dota 2 for the BTS Pro Series Season 3: Europe/CIS under the “Mudgolems” banner. Earlier this year, the two were removed from Alliance and were replaced by Gustav "s4" Magnusson and Artsiom "fng" Barshak.

RELATED:  Alliance’s Captain FATA and Offlaner 33 Part Ways with the Team

Mudgolems Roster feat. Fata and 33

The Mudgolems roster will be competing in the upcoming BTS Pro Series Season 3: Europe/CIS which kicks off on 12th September 2020. 

The roster features several talented pro players who played for some very competitive teams like:

  • Former Alliance players Fata and 33.
  • Former Chaos EC player Milan "MiLAN" Kozomara
  • Former Cr4zy player Oliver "skiter" Lepko
  • Former Aggressive mode player Duško "BoraNija" Boranijaševic

They were some of the best free agents available in the competitive European circuit who have a lot to prove. Considering their opposition in the BTS Pro Series Season 3 tournament, they will be aiming for a Top 3 finish at the very least.

mudgolems Dota 2 team logomudgolems' Current Team Logo

In a statement to OMW Productions, the team’s manager, Curtis Coffin confirmed that the team has already been practicing together for three weeks.

RELATED:  Loda explains the reason behind FATA and 33’s Removal from the Alliance Roster

So the Mudgolem’s roster at the time is:

  • Carry: Skiter
  • Mid: BoraNija
  • Offlaner: 33
  • Soft Support: MiLAN
  • Hard Support: Fata

They will make their debut in the Group Stages of the BTS Pro Series Season 3: Europe/CIS against Khan on September 12th.


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