Yatoro with Team Spirit at TI10


Team Spirit Shares Yatoro’s Dota 2 Settings

Rakshak Kathuria
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Team Spirit shared Illya "Yatoro" Mulyarchuk's Dota 2 settings in a tweet.
Spirit posted a screenshot showing Yatoro's 'Game,' 'Minimap,' and 'Interface' settings while the ability and item hotkeys were not a part of it.

Team Spirit's Illya "Yatoro" Mulyarchuk has grown to become one of the most acclaimed players in the carry role, particularly after the team won The International (TI) for the second time in three years. Throughout the year, his carry performances have been top tier with ridiculous versatility, making it difficult for opponents to ban heroes against him. In light of his mechanical skill, it is interesting to see if he uses anything differently in his in-game settings, and Team Spirit recently shared a screenshot of the same.

Yatoro Dota 2 Settings 2023

Spirit posted a screenshot showing Yatoro's 'Game,' 'Minimap,' and 'Interface' settings. Taking a look at them, it seems like the player does not use anything much differently. Meanwhile, a Dota 2 player's item and ability hotkeys are interesting aspects of their settings which Spirit unfortunately did not share.

Some users commented on the tweet with hilarious responses such as that they have similar settings but are at 700 MMR, while others requested that the hotkeys and video settings be revealed.

For players who have different settings than Yatoro, his should not be utilized blindly, especially in the Minimap and Interface settings. Different styles might work for different players, and in a game like Dota 2, it is critical to have the settings in a way that allow a player to play the game with ease.

Whatever settings Yatoro uses, execution is what matters and the player's gameplay has been among the finest in the world, as seen by his performances and results. In 2023, the player hardly had any poor KDA performances in competitive games, with the team's greatest successes coming at Riyadh Masters 2023, DreamLeague Season 21, and TI12. The three tournaments took place in the second half of the season, and Spirit's greatest form of the year also occurred around this time.

Yatoro and Spirit have been on a break since the win at TI12 while other teams have been finalizing their squads and competing in qualifiers for ESL One Kuala Lumpur 2023. Spirit was also scheduled to compete in the event but withdrew due to health concerns with some of its players. It was anticipated to field stand-ins even if it had participated.

As a result, the hiatus for Yatoro and his teammates is likely to go longer, and they should return to play in early 2024.

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As a passionate Dota 2 fan for eight years, Rakshak has indulged himself completely in its esports circuit for the past two years as a professional. In addition to covering major news developments, he takes a keen interest in understanding team strengths and player personalities.

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