Hydra Esports Disbands Dota 2 Roster

Dorjee Palzang
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Hydra Esports Dota 2 Roster Disbands


Hydra Esports delivers a heartfelt disbandment message after missing TI 2023, aiming for a fresh start and new faces to rejuvenate their Dota 2 team's future
Hydra Esports, despite an impressive start, disbands their Dota 2 roster, reflecting on DPC struggles and unfulfilled TI dreams, pledging to return stronger and reorganized
After a rollercoaster journey, Hydra Esports parts ways with their Dota 2 squad, vowing to come back with renewed vigor, a revamped lineup, and a stronger competitive strategy

Eastern European team Hydra Esports made the somber announcement of its Dota 2 squad's disbandment. This decision comes in the aftermath of the team's inability to secure a spot at The International 2023, the most prestigious event in the Dota 2 competitive calendar.

Hydra Esports explained that their choice to disband was the outcome of extensive deliberation aimed at a significant revamp and reorganization of the team. The organization stated, "This decision was made after lengthy discussions and reflection, and it is aimed at radically updating and reorganizing the team. At a new stage in our history, we will look for new faces to help us rise in esports."

Hydra Esports Disbands Dota 2 Roster

In their parting words, Hydra Esports expressed gratitude to their dedicated supporters and commended the professionalism exhibited by their players throughout their tenure. They assured their fans that they would return with renewed vigor, a restructured roster, and an altered strategic approach.

The Dota 2 roster of Hydra Esports, now disbanded, consisted of the following players:

  • Kyial "dream`" Tayirov

  • Vitaliy "Worick" Brezgin

  • Aleksandr "Cloud" Zakharov

  • Ilya "Lil” Ilyuk

  • Siarhei "HappyDyurara" Kharonzhy

Hydra Esports entered the Dota 2 scene in May 2022 with a roster that blended seasoned veterans and emerging talents, including Dream, Worick, Cloud, Lefitan, and HappyDyurara. Their debut season was marked by a notable victory in the Eastern European Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) second tier, which secured their place in the highly competitive 2022-23 DPC first division.

Despite grappling with the challenges presented by the first division, Hydra managed to retain their position for the subsequent season. Although they fell short of qualifying for The International 2023, they leave behind achievements such as their triumph in the Eastern European DPC second division during their inaugural season and their persistence in the DPC first division for the 2022-23 season.

The decision to disband the Dota 2 squad appears to stem from their struggles in the DPC first division and their failure to secure a coveted spot at The International 2023. Nonetheless, Hydra Esports remains resolute in their commitment to future success, promising a comeback with a fresh roster, renewed determination, and an innovative strategy, signaling a potential resurgence in the Dota 2 esports landscape.

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Dorjee is an avid Dota enthusiast, he has been playing the game since it was just a map in Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne back in 2009, he transitioned to Dota 2 in 2014 and can't stop playing ever since!