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Former Reality Rift Player, Hustla Joins No Bounty Hunter

Rakshak Kathuria
10/Mar/2021 09:15 am

Former Reality Rift player, Hustla, has joined the European team, No Bounty Hunter, in the position four role.
Hustla played as a stand-in for the team in several matches in the ongoing Snow Sweet Snow #2 tournament.
No Bounty Hunter will be competing in the EU 2021 DPC Season 2: Lower Division, scheduled to begin on April 13, 2021.

Hustla has joined the European team, No Bounty Hunter, in the position four role. This was announced through the team’s Twitter handle earlier today, on March 10, 2021, revealing that Ravdan "Hustla" Narmandakh will be playing for the team in the EU 2021 DPC Season 2: Lower Division that is scheduled to begin on April 13, 2021. The Mongolian’s recruitment comes after he stood in for No Bounty Hunter in several matches in the ongoing Snow Sweet Snow #2 tournament. Hustla replaces the team’s former support player, dEsire, who left the squad on March 9, 2021.

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Hustla replaces dEsire in No Bounty Hunter

No Bounty Hunter seemingly played with several position four players in their recent matches before officially adding Hustla to their roster. In addition to dEsire, the team played with stand-ins, Eugeniy "Fervian" Aksenov and Swedish player, snorpie, in the EU 2021 DPC Season 1: Lower Division then Razvan "iLLusionisT" Borceanu and Hustla in the Snow Sweet Snow #2. 

Hustla had become popular in the SEA Dota 2 professional scene during his time with Reality Rift. The team had been able to qualify for the DreamLeague S13 DPC Major along with top SEA teams, Fnatic and TNC Predator. He played for the organization from November 2019 until September 2020, when they disbanded owing to problems posed by the pandemic. He then had a brief stint with Zerothreetwo Dota and now joins the European team of No Bounty Hunter.

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No Bounty Hunter had qualified for the EU 2021 DPC Season 1: Lower Division through the open qualifiers and put up a decent performance in the tournament, finishing fourth with four wins and three losses. The team then recently competed in the Sweet Snow #2, finishing in the 9th-12th position. 

The team will now look to make a mark in the second season of the DPC that begins on April 13, 2021, along with their new recruit, Hustla.

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Rakshak is an undergrad, an inquisitive person who likes to acquire information and knowledge of varied sectors with a knack of reading on e-sports, specifically Dota 2.