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Yatoro Lauds PSG.LGD’s Gameplay

Rakshak Kathuria
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Team Spirit's carry player, Illya "Yatoro" Mulyarchuk, recently expressed his thoughts on PSG.LGD.
PSG.LGD is capable of making intricate plays during games because, as Yatoro points out, they spend a significant amount in preparation. Yatoro has a great time watching this gameplay.
PSG.LGD has so far played two series in the DPC 2023 Tour 1, against Dawn Gaming and Aster.Aries and won both quite easily.

After three of its mainstay players left during the post-The International 11 (TI) roster shake-up, PSG.LGD’s roster was shuffled to include three relatively young players. Despite doubts about their ability to maintain their top performance, the revised roster has opened the DPC China 2023 Tour 1: Division I with a bang, displaying nothing but domination in the first two series. Team Spirit's carry player, Illya "Yatoro" Mulyarchuk, recently expressed his thoughts on PSG.LGD, calling their players "unreal". PSG.LGD is capable of making complex moves during games because Yatoro explains they spend a lot of time planning and preparing.

Yatoro is impressed with the gameplay of PSG.LGD

Team Spirit's Dota 2 manager Dmitry "Korb3n" Belov's Twitch livestream featured Yatoro complimenting PSG.LGD's players. He said their moves inside games are top-notch and delightful to watch.

“They [PSG.LGD players] are unreal. No kidding, they play really well. They make the kind of moves that cost a lot of in-game preparation. To make such a moment in the game you need a long time to think everything over. They do moments like that for five minutes. It all looks very cool.”

PSG.LGD has so far played two series in the DPC 2023 Tour 1, against Dawn Gaming and Aster.Aries. It easily won the opening series against Dawn Gaming, winning the first and second games in the BO3 series in just 20 and 22 minutes, respectively.

PSG.LGD was once again clinical in its performance against Aster.Aries, displaying versatility in its draft as well as a very high level of gameplay execution. The series was also won 2-0 by Zhang "y`" Yiping and his teammates, with both games lasting less than 30 minutes.

PSG. LGD will next face Knights on 10th Jan 2023, but its toughest matchups are expected to come later in the season when it faces the likes of Xtreme Gaming and Team Aster, which have some of China's most well-known players on their squad this season.

Meanwhile, Yatoro and Team Spirit will return to action on 10th Jan when they face Natus Vincere in their first series of the DPC Eastern Europe (EEU) 2023 Tour 1: Division I. Following the team's victory at TI10, the squad exited TI11 relatively quickly and will be trying to gather momentum early in the DPC 2023 season.

Finishing at the top of their respective regional leagues will allow the two popular rivals the opportunity to compete against each other in the season's first Major, which will be held in Lima, Peru, in February-March.

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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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