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Dota 2 team to undergo roster change


The Dota 2 team will undergo several changes following the team’s top six finish at The International Southeast Asia Qualifier, which concluded in late August.

After careful consideration, the team has decided to replace Daryl “iceiceice” Koh Pei Xiang on the starting roster. On Nov. 12, we announced the release Kim "DuBu" Doo-young, also.

We are happy to announce that iceiceice will remain under BLEED as he will move to a content creator role. Fans can expect the usual shenanigans and we hope that he’s welcomed under his new role at BLEED.

To fill the two vacant slots on the roster, BLEED is excited to announce that former OG player Tommy "Taiga" Le will join the team alongside the returning Natthaphon "Masaros" Ouanphakdee.

Taiga is known for his time on OG where the 25-year old was the first Norwegian player to win a DPC Major.


Masaros will be returning to the roster following his stint with Team SMG where he was able to secure qualification for The International through the Southeast Asia Qualifier.

We want to be a competitor at the highest level of competition in Dota 2. We believe that we can become one of the best teams in the SEA region and we will continuously look to improve our efforts with suitable changes.

We aim to qualify for global events, such as The International and the Riyadh Masters. We hope our fans can come along for the journey!