MVP Phoenix Says Goodbye to Dota 2
MVP Phoenix, exceedingly viewed as the best South Korean Dota 2 group ever, has authoritatively disbanded.
Bolster player Kim “Dubu” Doo-young was the first to go separate ways with the program on January 1, taking after a grievous execution at the Boston Major in December where MVP Phoenix was set last. From that point forward, the staying four players: Lee “Forev” Sang-don, Kim “QO” Seon-yeob, Kim “Velo” Tae-sung, and Kim “Febby” Yong-min, have likewise left the group.
— Team MVP (@MVP_GG) January 9, 2017
Subsequently, the administration has chosen to screen its MVP Phoenix division. Hot6ix and Aegis, the two outstanding Dota 2 lists under the South Korean association, are slated to consolidate into a solitary group. We’ve become usual to MVP handling numerous Dota 2 lists in the recent years. 2017, nonetheless, will see that change.
MVP Phoenix saw an extraordinary achievement a year ago. It secured two worldwide LAN occasions and put in the main six of two Majors around the same time. All through its expert vocation, MVP Phoenix raked in more than $2 million in prize cash. All things considered, numerous woeful fans trust that there will be no other South Korean Dota 2 group that can coordinate MVP Phoenix’s achievements.
Notwithstanding an effective year, numerous players on the list had started hunting down opportunities to play abroad. It’s assumed that the appalling execution at the Boston Major pounded the last nail in the pine box and constrained the players to desert the group in a quest for their objectives.
Forev played for Team Secret before rejoining MVP Phoenix in November. Febby teamed with Fnatic a week ago, while QO previously joined Evil Geniuses bolster player-turned-President Peter “ppd” Dager in a group named WanteD that will contend in the up and coming qualifiers for the Kiev Major which starts on Apr. 20.
The disheartening news of its covering just highlights the reality of how unstable the esports business is. Nothing keeps going forever, and in Esports that is a quite brief length in the first place.