K1 Hector Officially Joins Nouns As its New Carry
In a post-Bali Major 2023 roster shuffle, nouns have made a recent announcement regarding the team’s most recent addition. The North American (NA) competitor powerhouse has revealed that it has added Héctor "K1" Rodríguez as its new carry player. Notably, Luke "Yamsun" Wang, the team’s previous carry player will take on the position 5 role, with Jacob "Husky" Fifik departing from the team earlier this month. This roster change comes a few weeks after the conclusion of the Bali Major 2023, where the team only managed a 15-16th place finish.
A new chapter for K1 Hector: From SA to NA
The team recently announced the addition of K1 Hector to its roster, giving one of the most well-known and renowned carry players in SA a new home.
He will be making his first venture outside South American (SA) teams and region to compete in NA. Having played a crucial role in Beastcoast's previous lineup, K1's departure from the team marked an end to an era.
The player had announced that he was looking for a team on his social media channels after , highlighting his willingness to relocate to any region to play competitively.
A new NA powerhouse with K1?
With the addition of K1 to its roster, nouns will be looking to become another powerhouse in the NA region, alongside the two strongest teams, TSM and Shopify Rebellion. While the team was unable to qualify for the Riyadh Masters 2023, the next challenge will be the regional qualifiers for TI12, where the addition of the SA player will give them a significant advantage.
The current roster for nouns is as follows:
Héctor "K1" Rodríguez
Nicolas "Gunnar" Lopez
David "Moo" Hull
Rodrigo "Lelis" Santos
Luke "Yamsun" Wang
The announcement of K1 Hector's arrival at nouns, Yamsun's transition, and Husky's departure has definitely led to some excitement within the Dota 2 community. With K1, a proven carry player, stepping into the team's roster, nouns is poised to make a statement at TI12. Only time will tell whether the addition of the SA legend will improve the team’s overall chemistry and performance.