Quincy Crew Brings Back Leslao, MSS and Signs Fata to Complete its New Roster
After removing three of players from its lineup following its disappointing performance in Tour 2 of the North American Dota 2 Pro Circuit 2021/22, Quincy Crew has finally announced its new roster featuring some familiar faces and former Tundra Esports captain Adrian "Fata" Trinks. Rodrigo "LESLÃO" Santos and Arif "MSS" Anwar are returning to the roster as the team’s Offlaner and Position 4 Support following their departure after The International 10 (TI10).
These roster changes mean that Quincy Crew now has four out of the five members that competed under its banner at TI10.
Quincy Crew introduces new roster heading into DPC 2021/22 Tour 3
Following its underwhelming performance in Tour 2 of the NA DPC 2021/22 season where it finished in third place and failed to qualify for the ESL One Stockholm Major 2022, Quincy Crew has seemingly turned to a few trusted faces to restore its former glory.
LESLÃO (aka Lelis) who many considered as one of the most mechanically gifted offlaners in the region has returned to the lineup after a rather lackluster stint with Alliance in the Western Europe, which saw the team getting relegated to the Lower Division resulting in him parting ways with the organization.
MSS who took a short break after the conclusion of The International 10 (except for a few appearances as the stand-in for Evil Geniuses in Tour 1) has also returned to the team as the team’s Position 4 player. However, this time, he will have a new partner in crime instead of Avery "SVG" Silverman.
Fata has finally returned to competitive Dota 2 after being kicked from Tundra Esports. The player was on a break from pro Dota 2 stating that he did not have the energy to "start from zero again." But now it looks like he is finally back.
The three new additions join Quinn "Quinn" Callahan and Yawar "YawaR" Hassan to round out Quincy Crew’s roster ahead of the DPC 2021/22 Tour 3.
Quincy Crew’s new roster is
Yawar "YawaR" Hassan
Quinn "Quinn" Callahan
Rodrigo "LESLÃO" Santos
Arif "MSS" Anwar
Adrian "Fata" Trinks
The team currently has 282 DPC points and is currently not amongst the Top 12 teams in the DPC who will receive a direct invite to The International 11 (TI11). The team lost 177.50 points after making three roster changes to its lineup, following the conclusion of Tour 2.
The team realistically needs to have an exceptional performance in Tour 3 and follow it up with a good placement at the PGL Arlington Major 2022 to contend for a direct invitation to TI11.