TNC Predator disband Dota 2 pro team, players now free agents
In a seemingly amicable decision between the organization and the players, TNC Predator disband its Dota 2 roster, just a month ahead of The International 10.
TNC Predator announced Monday that it will be parting ways with its Dota 2 team. Prior to TNC Predator’s disband, it had Gabbi in position 1, Armel in position 2, Bok in position 3, Tims in position 4, and Boomy serving as both position 5 and captain. The players have posted on their social media accounts, thanking the organization for their time with the team.
It's been quite the journey these past three to four years.
On September 15, 2021, TNC Predator will announce the free agency of its full roster. TNC and its players have discussed in terms of individual growth and agreed that this would be the best decision moving forward. pic.twitter.com/aH18lkwlgv
— TNC Predator 🇵🇭 (@TNCPredator) September 13, 2021
Formerly seen as one of the best teams in Southeast Asia, TNC Predator failed to secure a slot in The International 10. This may have played a part in the organizations’ and the players’ decision to part ways. Where the players will head to next are not yet verified, although some rumors indicate that Tims will be joining the Indonesian organization BOOM Esports. The team has recently teased the arrival of three new members, two of which turned out to be YopaJ and Skem. The team currently lacks a position 1 and a position 4 player.
It’s currently unknown whether or not TNC Predator will continue on as a Dota 2 team. Only recently, TNC Predator took up a Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. It is unlikely that the team will reveal a new Dota 2 roster, if ever, until after The International 10.