Gorgc Thinks That Dendi is a ‘Beast’ Position 5 Player

Ammar Aryani
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Gorgc Thinks That Dendi is a ‘Beast’ Position 5 Player

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Janne "Gorgc" Stefanovski recently talked about B8 Esports’ Danil "Dendi" Ishutin’s play style as a support player.
While he praised the TI1 winner, he also wondered why the midlaner did not transition into a support player after all these years.
Dendi and B8 Esports are currently bootcamping in Mexico in preparation for the first tour of the NA DPC 2023.

Team Bald Reborn’s captain and popular livestreamer Janne "Gorgc" Stefanovski recently talked about popular community figure and The International 2011 (TI1) Danil "Dendi" Ishutin’s play style as a support player in his recent livestream. Dendi spent most of the season livestreaming on Twitch following B8 Esports’ disbandment back in June 2022.

However, during the off-season Dendi announced that his organization will be relocating to North America (NA) for the upcoming Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) season as the organization has acquired Wildcard Gaming’s spot in the first division.

Gorgc believes Dendi would thrive as a position five support player

During his latest livestream, Gorgc was doing his daily routine of browsing through the Dota 2 subreddit. However, when he stumbled upon news that Dendi and the rest of the B8 Esports roster are currently bootcamping in Mexico, Gorgc proceeded to give his own thoughts on Dendi as a position five support player.

While the Swedish livestreamer praised Dendi for being able to adapt into the support role during their encounters in public ranked matches, he also wondered why the Ukrainian midlaner did not transition into the support role competitively.

“I’m going to be honest here. I love Dendi but I wonder when he is going to play position five? I think Dendi as a five is amazing, I have seen it a few times and he is a beast.”

While Gorgc was left confused on why Dendi still insisted on playing as a midlaner despite a long career, he also noted that there have been a few midlaners that have successfully transitioned into the support role with little to no issue.

“I wonder when he is going to play as a five, I don't know why he plays mid so much honestly," he said." It’s just the feeling, for those of you that have seen it you know. A lot of mid players have transitioned to position five. Not a lot, but a few of them have had it.”

Dendi and B8 Esports are currently at the team’s bootcamp in Mexico as the organization prepares for the upcoming first tour of the NA DPC 2023: Division I.


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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.