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6 months with no significant achievements, is it time for T1 to abandon ambition with DOTA2?

T1 (formerly SKT T1) is the legendary organization of the Korean Esports village in particular and the world in general, they always own but extremely excellent players throughout their development. Currently the team League of Legends T1 has climbed to the top of the Spring Split LCK Spring Split 2020 after winning against direct rivals Gen.G and DragonX.

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Despite their success, T1 still had their failures in esports projects, the latest in the case of the team DOTA2. T1 DOTA2 made its debut in late August 2019 when the organization unexpectedly announced that it had signed with player Lee ‘Forev’ Sang-don.

The initial goal of T1 was to build an all Korean team, but the members of the team then changed continuously, even they had to “borrow” a Vietnamese gamer HTZ to standin.

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HTZ used to standin for T1 DOTA2 because this team lacks people

To make things worse by the end of January, T1 changed members and Forev, the only official member, was Korean. The constant change of personnel makes the stability of T1 DOTA2 almost no, so the achievement is still a round figure.

Up to the present time, DOTA2’s DPC 2019-2020 season has gone through half, 3 Major and Minor stages have completed their qualifiers and T1 has never once passed the extended qualifying stage, also known as fun. “parking lot”. Even in the small leagues at the semi-professional level, T1 DOTA2 has not won the championship or at least progressed to such positions as top3 or top4 for example.

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Poor performance of T1 DOTA2, they never once qualified for the Major qualifier

With such poor results, it is likely that DOTA2 is only a small project of T1 and is not concerned too much. Agree that Forev is already a full member but the members who keep changing like this can’t play. If T1’s ambition is true then they should buy a potential team in Europe or North America, if they stick to the current lineup and achievements, T1’s disbandment of DOTA2 is only a matter of time. .

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