Quincy Crew's roster for the DPC 2021-22

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KheZu Tweets Heartfelt Statement Seeking Organization for Quincy Crew

Rakshak Kathuria
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Maurice "KheZu" Gutmann, captain/offlaner of Quincy Crew, posted a series of tweets asking for an organization to sign the squad up.
While pointing out that Quincy Crew had been undefeated in the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) North America (NA) 2021-22 Tour 1: Division 1 so far, KheZu described the disadvantageous conditions that the team had been competing under in the absence of an organization.
Quincy Crew has been looking for an organization for quite some time. The team has seen organizations come and go since its inception as a stack in 2018. The team was last signed to Chaos Esports Club in March 2020.

Maurice "KheZu" Gutmann, captain/offlaner of Quincy Crew, posted a series of tweets asking for an organization to sign the squad up. While pointing out that Quincy Crew had been undefeated in the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) North America (NA) 2021-22 Tour 1: Division 1 so far, KheZu described the disadvantageous conditions that the team had been competing under in the absence of an organization. Additionally, he said that his team produced everything from good results to content creation, and needed support in the form of an organization to continue playing together.

KheZu is seeking an organization for his team, Quincy Crew

In the DPC NA 2021-22, Quincy Crew is undefeated with a 5-0 win-loss (w-l) record, which puts the team in a strong position in terms of qualification for the first Major of the season. In his tweets, KheZu highlighted the fact that his team had delivered such results without a bootcamp, that too with two of their players playing at a time zone and ping that were not ideal.

KheZu and Milan "MiLAN" Kozomara, who both reside in Europe, are likely the two players playing on a higher ping. Additionally, Remus "ponlo" Goh Zhi Xian, who hails from Singapore, had moved to NA before the DPC season began to conform to the DPC rules and have the desirable playing conditions. Valve's rules state that three out of five players on a team must be playing from the region that they are competing in. Out of the five Quincy Crew players, only Quinn "Quinn" Callahan and Yawar "YawaR" Hassan reside in North America.

KheZu continued to explain that in addition to delivering the desired results, his team members also livestreamed actively, which could assist in content creation. He stated that his team was already proving its "competitive value" without an organization's help and so signing them would entail mutual benefits.

KheZu shares his thoughts on Quincy Crew competing without an org

Quincy Crew has been looking for an organization for quite some time. The team has seen organizations come and go since its inception as a stack in 2018. The team was last signed to Chaos Esports Club in March 2020. Quincy Crew had competed at The International 10 (TI10) under its own banner.

Besides Quincy Crew, Team Undying is another prominent team that competes without an organization in Division 1 of the DPC NA. Team Undying has also been doing quite well so far and is ranked second with four wins and one loss. Based on the points table, it is evident that Team Undying and Quincy Crew are the frontrunners for the two Majors slots in NA.

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Rakshak is an undergrad, an inquisitive person who likes to acquire information and knowledge of varied sectors in esports. However, his current focus is specifically on Dota 2.