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Quinn Talks About Beef With BetBoom and Slams Haters After Dreamleague S20 Victory

Dhruv Saikia
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Gaimin Gladiators won Dreamleague Season 20 and added another Tier 1 championship under its belt.
Quinn “Quinn” Callahan was present for the post-match interview where he spoke about his beef with Egor “Nightfall” Grigorenko.
He also had a humorous response to all his haters and asked Redditors to unfollow him.

Quinn “Quinn” Callahan, the talented midlaner for Gaming Gladiators, finds himself celebrating as he and his team celebrate their triumph in Dreamleague Season 20. This victory marks their fourth Tier 1 tournament title of the season, adding to their impressive list of achievements, which includes Dreamleague Season 19, Berlin Major 2023, and Lima Major 2023. Despite facing some challenges during Dreamleague Season 20, Gaimin Gladiators showcased its resilience by securing a lower-bracket run to claim the championship. In a recent post-match interview, Quinn addressed questions about his beef with Egor "Nightfall" Grigorenko and sent a message to his haters.

No Beef, Just Respect for BetBoom

During the post-match interview, Quinn was asked whether he has any beef with Nightfall from BetBoom. In response, Quinn made it clear that he does not hold any animosity towards Nightfall or any other player from BetBoom. He emphasized his respect for them as skilled competitors and acknowledged their remarkable performance throughout the tournament.

“No I don't have beef with anyone on BetBoom anymore, to be honest they're very good players. I mean there's like always some Pub beef or whatever but mad respect to them. They were not even invited to Riyadh (Dreamleague S20) and then they get like some last minute invite due to some team dropping out and then they get all the way to the finals they almost beat us, mad kudos to them,” Quinn stated.

Following this, he was also asked whether he had any message for his haters, and Quinn had a very bold and candid reply.

“And to the haters as always suck my nuts, reddit all unfollow me, you're all cringe, <noises>" he added.

With the Dreamleague Season 20 victory achieved, Gaimin Gladiators now sets its sights on the upcoming tournaments. The team's next challenges include the Riyadh Masters 2023 and the Bali Major 2023. If the squad manage to secure victories in both events, they will have conquered every single Tier 1 tournament in this remarkable season. Such an achievement would solidify their status as one of the most dominant teams in Dota 2 history.

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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.

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