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Fly Discusses 'King of NA Pubs' Quinn's Move to Europe

Ammar Aryani
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Tal "Fly" Aizik recently talked about Quinn "Quinn" Callahan’s recent move to Gaimin Gladiators on his podcast.
Fly noted that he was surprised at first, as Quinn was mainly dubbed by many as “The King of North American matches”.
However, he also said Quinn will be a great addition to Gaimin Gladiators.

In his recent podcast, Shopify Rebellion’s captain Tal "Fly" Aizik talked about Quinn "Quinn" Callahan’s recent move to European-based organization Gaimin Gladiators. Following the conclusion of The International 2022 (TI11), Gaimin Gladiators were looking for a new mid laner after Miroslav "BOOM" Bičan left the organization in favor of a new challenge at Team Secret.

On the other hand, Quinn was found without a team during the off-season following Soniq’s disbandment after the recent competitive season before being picked up by Gaimin Gladiators for the upcoming Western Europe Dota Pro Circuit (WEU DPC).

Fly thinks that Quinn will be successful with Gaimin Gladiators

In the newest episode of his own podcast called “Fly And The Other Guy: A Dota-ish Podcast”, Fly was asked by his co-host about his opinion on Quinn "Quinn" Callahan’s move to Europe to become Gaimin Gladiators’ newest mid laner following his recent stint with Soniqs.

Fly started off by saying that he was surprised at first, as Quinn has been spending most of his career honing his craft in the North American (NA) region to the point where players within the region gave him the nickname “The King of NA pubs”.

“He’s used to be playing in NA, he was kind of being called “The King of NA pubs” by many. You know, when you play public matches with or against him either he will be destroying his items in the first ten minutes or he will destroy his enemies in the match [laughs].”

However, he also praised the mid-laner for having a hard working mentality and being a talented player before wishing him all the best for his upcoming journey in Western Europe with his new team.

“Quinn’s a great guy, though. I really love him. I’ve hung out with him during events and I do really wish him all the best [for his new journey with Gaimin Gladiators]. I do think he's super talented and really hard working and I think that the culture that Gaimin Gladiator has from within, I think he’ll be a great addition to the team.”

Quinn and Gaimin Gladiators will be looking to prove themselves in the upcoming season in the first division of the WEU DPC 2022-23 as the region is stacked with fierce competition.

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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.

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