It is that team again. After a relatively successful yet disappointing run at BTS Pro Series 3: Southeast Asia, Carlo "Kuku" Palad and Abed “Abed” Yusop will be teaming up once again with three new crewmates teammates for Among Us v2. This roster also features some of the most talented free agents in the SEA Dota 2 scene and looks primed for success.
Among Us v2 Roster Revealed. Features InYourDream, Abed, Kuku, Xepher, March
Among Us v2 features some of the most wanted free agents in the SEA Dota 2 scene. Joining Abed and Kuku after their stint at Among Us will be:
The Indonesian midlane star recently departed from the T1 lineup after months of mediocrity. This will be his chance to show what he is truly capable of. He will be assuming the carry duties for this team.
Xepher played as a stand-in for Fnatic at the BTS Pro Series 3: Southeast Asia. It was quite an underwhelming run, following which Fnatic picked up the player that they had previously parted ways with. So he has plenty to prove in this tournament.
TNC Predator’s most successful captain, March parted ways with the Filipino team, well over a year after joining the team. It will be interesting to see how March’s experience will play a part in solidifying this temporary stack.
The full roster of Among Us v2 is:
- Muhammad "inYourdreaM" Rizky
- Abed “Abed” Yusop
- Carlo "Kuku" Palad
- Kenny "Xepher" Deo
- Park "March" Tae-won
Kuku has confirmed that Among Us v2 is a temporary team built for the DOTA Summit 13 tournament only.
Considering the fact that Among Us 2 is not competing in the SEA Open Qualifiers, we can assume that they will be directly invited to the SEA division of Dota Summit 13.
Dota Summit 13 has been scheduled to take place from October 21 to November 8 and will feature a $250,000 Prize Pool for three divisions (SEA, NA+SA, Europe+CIS) of the tournament.
Further details about the tournament are yet to be revealed officially. However, BTS founder Godz confirmed that the SEA division will be competing for $100,000 USD in prize pool.
Dota Summit tournaments have always been laid back affairs with unprecedented levels of interactions between pro players and casters, with the former often casting games from the Summit couch. It will certainly be interesting to see how the crew at BTS host this event considering the different circumstances that the lockdowns have forced.