Tundra Esports’ Carry Timado Announces Search for a New Team

Rakshak Kathuria
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<div class="paragraphs"><p>Timado with Team Undying at TI 2021</p></div>
Timado with Team Undying at TI 2021



Tundra Esports carry player Enzo "Timado" Gianoli has announced his search for a new team.
Tundra Esports has not yet commented on or confirmed its position one player's departure at the time of this writing.

Enzo "Timado" Gianoli, the position one player for Tundra Esports, has announced his search for a new team. In a tweet, Timado posted "LFT," a common acronym in competitive esports indicating that a player is looking for a new team. The 23 year old recently joined Tundra along with his Team Undying teammates after being released by TSM after The International 12 (TI12). Tundra Esports has not yet commented on or confirmed its position one player's departure at the time of this writing.

Timado posts LFT on Twitter, suggesting his departure from Tundra Esports

Towards the end of a busy roster change season, Timado has unexpectedly revealed his quest for a new team. Aside from a single tweet stating LFT, little is known about the announcement.

Tundra's roster in this scenario would feature the following players, with the upcoming season needing a new position one.

  1. TBD

  2. Jonathan "Bryle" Santos

  3. Ilyas "kasane" Gainullin

  4. Aleksandr "Immersion" Khmelevskoi

  5. Matthew "Whitemon" Filemon

  • David "MoonMeander" Tan (coach)

Immersion was the last player to join this group after Matthew "Ari" Walker, the position four, left for OG after TI12.

Timado last participated with Tundra at ESL One Kuala Lumpur 2023, where after a decent start in the group stage, the team was ousted in the first round of the playoffs against BetBoom Team, finishing in 7th-8th place. This was the group's first event with Tundra since they were picked up shortly after being released from TSM, who had quit the North American Dota 2 professional scene.

In the last three years, Timado, Bryle, and MoonMeander have been the core of the roster for TSM and Tundra, which started as Team Undying.

Between 2021 and 2023, they had middling success, placing second at ESL One Stockholm Major 2022 and BetBoom Dacha, but failed to win any significant events beyond the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) where they often defeated Shopify Rebellion (previously Evil Geniuses) to win the top spot.

Timado, a pivotal member of Tundra over the years, is now on the lookout for a new team, signaling a potential shift in Tundra's core duo. A formal announcement from the organization detailing the change and introducing the new carry player would provide clarity to the situation that currently remains rather ambiguous.

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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.