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Insania Apologizes After Early Elimination of Team Liquid in Dreamleague S20

Stotram Roy Moitra  |   Jun 14, 7:28 AM   |   6 min read

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Team Liquid who secured 3rd position during ESL Berlin Dota 2, got eliminated from DreamLeague S20. Preparations seem to have fallen short for Team Liquid since Dota Pro Circuit Division I. The team’s captain, Aydin “Insania” Sarkohi has apologized to the fans in a recent interview.


Team Liquid, has been one of the strongest contenders for European Dota. The recent turnabout of events seems to have taken a toll on the player’s mentality. While losses are an inevitable part of competition, it certainly affects players and their attitude to the game. However, Insania assured the fans of a comeback at Bali Major 2023.

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Team Liquid was seeded in Group A alongside fellow competitors like Tundra Esports and PSG.LGD. They had to play 6 games out of which they drew 3 and lost the rest of the games. Insania claimed :

“I mean honestly, I would like to apologize to all our fans who are watching and have watched all of our games. I think it’s been quite embarrassing to play and I am sure all the people watching at home have felt pretty bad too.”



He further claims:

“So, I think we are going to try our hardest to figure out ourselves, try to find form again, and get back into shape as this was obviously a harsh wakeup call. So, I don’t think there’s going to be much relaxing coming up in the upcoming days. It’s going to be a lot of focus, practice to you know, come to Bali and be the best Team Liquid that we can be.”

Team Liquid has already qualified to The International 12 so now they have to be even more prepared about their upcoming tournaments and matches to ensure that they have a good momentum before the ultimate event. As a matter of fact, the Swedish IGL claimed that they had been looking for a reset back to the basics and manage strong drafts to improve their teamplays. 

While future rests unsure in the hands of the European contenders, from the words of the IGL, it is certainly possible that we will get to see a strong comeback from Liquid in the upcoming Bali Major.


Hello! Stotram here! I love to play games and listen to Hip Hop. I am working as an esports writer at Gossip. Hope you enjoy reading my articles!




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