Chaos Esports Club Officially Acquires Roster Quincy Crew

Post formed rooster TI9 shuffle, Quincy Crew looks set to enter their inaugural Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) 2019-2020 tournament with new uniforms.

The Quincy Crew was officially acquired by the Chaos Esports Club, after the Chaos Esports Club disbanded on 29 October 2019, after releasing their captain, Rasmus Berth “MiSeRy“Filipsen.

“Ahead of the 2019-2020 DPC season, we want to enter North America and the Quincy Crew is perfect for us. They share the passion for winning and the constant learning it takes to be a world champion team, and my belief that we can work with them to build the program. Dota 2 that lasts a long time. ” said Chaos Esports on its website.

Uniquely, there is the name Jonáš “SabeRLight-“Volek borrowed from Team Singularity for ESL One Hamburg 2019. Which means, Chaos Esports Club still seems to ask the players from the Czech Republic.

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Following rooster Chaos Esports Club:

  • Yawar “Yawar“Hassan
  • Quinn “QuinnCallahan
  • Jonáš “SabeRLight– “Volek
  • Arif “MSS“Anwar
  • Avery “SVGSilverman
  • Ilya “IllidanSTR“Pivtsaev (coach)

DOTA Summit 11 will be held on November 7-10, 2019, in Los Angeles, United States, with a total cash prize of US $ 300 thousand and 660 total DPC points. The team that won the DOTA Summit 11 will also get 1 ticket to MDL Chengdu Major 2019.