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Quinn to Stand-In For TSM at The Stockholm Major

Vignesh Raghuram
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Quincy Crew's Quinn will be playing as a stand-in for TSM at the ESL One Stockholm Major 2022.
The player he will replace in the TSM lineup for this major is unknown at the moment.
However, considering Quinn's career and his recent ranked games, he will likely be standing-in for TSM midlaner Bryle in this tournament.

Quinn "Quinn" Callahan aka CCNC will be playing at The Stockholm Major as a stand-in for TSM. The player he will be replacing in the TSM lineup for this major was not revealed at the time of writing.

The North American (NA) midlaner was set to miss out on the major since his team, Quincy Crew failed to secure a Top 3 finish after losing to TSM and Evil Geniuses in the NA tiebreakers. However, it looks like Quinn will have the chance to compete at the major after all, joining his North American compatriots.

Quinn will compete at the ESL One Stockholm Major 2022 as a stand-in for TSM

“Our very own Quinn "Quinn" Callahan will be standing in for TSM as they compete against the world's finest in Stockholm,” announced Quincy Crew on its Twitter handle.

Considering that Quinn has exclusively played in the midlane throughout his competitive career and that he has continued to spam midlane heroes in his ranked games, it is likely that he will be replacing Jonathan Bryle "Bryle" Santos De Guia in the TSM lineup at the ESL One Stockholm Major 2022.

TSM is yet to make an official announcement regarding this situation at the time of writing. The team will be penalized 40% of the Dota Pro Circuit points it earns from this tournament.

TSM is not the only team that is having troubles with obtaining visas for its players. Earlier today, OG announced that Sébastien "Ceb" Debs and Johan "N0tail" Sundstein will be standing in for the team since its captain and coach had failed to obtain the necessary visas in time for the Stockholm Major.

BOOM Esports’ Andrei "skem" Ong is also yet to secure his visa for the tournament. The same goes for Mind Games who were unable to obtain visas for their two supports and were forced to recruit PuckChamp’s players as stand-ins for the major as a result.

The ESL One Stockholm Major 2022 kicks off on May 12th and is expected to feature 14 teams from across the world competing for the $500K USD prize pool as well as the 3,530 DPC points that will be up for grabs at the event.

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Vignesh has been covering the esports industry for nearly 5 years starting with the early days of the DPC. His industry expertise includes experience in Dota 2, CS:GO and Mobile Esports coverage.

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