BetBoom Team Swept Aside Virtus.Pro with Ease To Kickstart its DPC Campaign

Ammar Aryani
Updated On: 
<div class="paragraphs"><p>BetBoom Team Signs New Roster For DPC 2022-2023</p></div>
BetBoom Team Signs New Roster For DPC 2022-2023


Eastern Europe (EEU) saw one of the most highly anticipated rosters making its debut today.
The first match of the day saw going up against the newly established all-star roster of BetBoom Team.
BetBoom Team ended up having a comfortable debut in the EEU DPC as it defeated 2-0.

Following a month of waiting, BetBoom Team finally made its newly established all-star roster debut in the Eastern Europe Dota Pro Circuit (EEU DPC) with a comfortable victory over in dominating fashion. During the off-season BetBoom Team released its entire roster as it looked to create an all-star roster for 2023.

Following its successful attempt, BetBoom Team are looking to be the new face of the region following its debut victory against household name

BetBoom Team vs : Match recap and highlights


Both teams had undergone a total roster rebuild during the off-season, however were forced to find a new carry right before the start of the season following Kamil "Koma`" Biktimirov’s permanent ban.

While were able to find a new replacement in Alexandr "krylat" Krylatov, many were siding with BetBoom Team ahead of the match mostly due to its quality of players within the team.

Game One

Game One saw total domination by BetBoom Team as it drafted a core trio of Lina carry, Death Prophet in the midlane and Dragon Knight in the offlane.

While tried to stall the game in order to achieve their item timings in the mid-game phase, BetBoom Team’s early aggression paid off as they constantly forced to fight them on their terms. Additionally, BetBoom Team did not give any space as the latter tapped out after 39 minutes, giving BetBoom Team the victory.

Game One saw the trio of Ivan “Pure” Moskalenko, Danil "gpk" Skutin and Egor "Nightfall" Grigorenko as the main highlight of the match, as the trio had a total of 38 kills with each player having more than 10 kills.

Game Two were looking to bounce back from its embarrassing performance in Game One, as it drafted Chaos Knight for Krylat and a Batrider in the midlane for Ilya "squad1x" Kuvaldin while BetBoom opted for a more mobile lineup, retaining the Death Prophet while also picking up Ursa and Leshrac.

While the early game was more even between both teams as opposed to Game One, BetBoom Team’s ruthless aggression saw the match being a repeat of the previous game as they claimed Roshan before the 20th minute mark and a sizable net worth advantage. 

Despite Pure’s Ursa having little impact, the duo of gpk’s Leshrac & Nightfall’s Death Prophet saw the game through for BetBoom Team as they claimed Game Two after 33 minutes.

Following the match, BetBoom Team are currently in second place as they had only begun their DPC campaign today. However, many within the community are convinced that BetBoom Team has what it takes to dethrone the likes of and Team Spirit. BetBoom Team’s next opponents might prove to be more challenging, as it will face Nikita "Daxak" Kuzmin’s HellRaisers on 14th January.

Published On: 
author profile picture
Ammar has been actively engaged in the esports industry in Malaysia in multiple roles in the past. Now, he utilizes his esports expertise to create insightful and meaningful content as the de facto Dota 2 writer at AFK Gaming.