Heartbreaking Theft: South American Dota 2 Team Loses Equipment in Gaming House Robbery

Dhruv Saikia
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<div class="paragraphs"><p>Photo of Infinity Gaming House</p></div>
Photo of Infinity Gaming House


Infinity, formerly known as Infinity Esports recently shared some concerning news through its Twitter account.
According to the Tweet, the organization’s Gaming House in Peru, Lima, was recently robbed, leaving the organization and fans devastated.
The organization lost 6 PCs and 5 Monitors due to the robbery, which could cause significant financial concerns.

Infinity is a Costa Rican organization that has made a mark in the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) South America (SA) 2023 Tour 3: Division I. Despite being a relatively new team in the competitive Dota 2 scene, entering in April 2020, they have been performing well and have been competing in Division I since Tour 1 of the 2023 DPC season. However, recent unfortunate events have marred its journey, resulting in the loss of 6 PCs and 5 Monitors from its gaming house.

The Unfortunate Theft: PCs and Monitors Stolen

Infinity Esports recently took to Twitter to announce a heartbreaking incident. In the early hours of Wednesday, its Gaming House in Lima, Peru, fell victim to theft, with six PCs and five monitors being stolen from its premises. This incident has not only caused significant financial loss for the organization but also raised concerns about the security of esports teams and their facilities.

In its tweet, Infinity Esports expressed its gratitude for any information that could help in recovering the stolen items. The local police are already involved and actively investigating the case. The organization's plea for solidarity reflects its determination to overcome this setback and continue its journey in the competitive Dota 2 scene.

DEAR #Dota2 COMMUNITY 📌 Unfortunately, early this Wednesday morning we suffered the theft of 6 PC's and 5 monitors from our Gaming House in Lima, Peru. 🇵🇪 We thank you for any information you can give us. The police is already working in the house and surroundings. Thank you for your solidarity and we will go ahead in spite of everything.”
Infinity Esports

The theft of the organization in Peru is a significant blow to the organization. In South America, where teams often struggle with limited funding, the financial costs associated with replacing such equipment can be a major challenge. However, despite this setback, Infinity remains resilient and hopeful that it will be able to recover from this unfortunate incident. The police are actively investigating the case, and the community's support and solidarity are greatly appreciated as Infinity looks to overcome this hurdle and continue its journey in the Dota Pro Circuit.

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Since 2012, Dhruv has developed a deep passion for Dota 2, which has only grown stronger over time. With three years of experience as a competitive player and a background in writing, he brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to create content around the game and its esports scene.