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Tundra Esports To Field a Substitute For Dota 2 Bali Major

Stotram Roy Moitra  |   Jul 3, 10:14 AM   |   5 min read

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The Dota 2 Bali Major has kicked off with the top 18 teams across the world competing for a major prize pool of 500,000 USD. Previously, during DreamLeague, fans had seen Gaimin Gladiators establishing sheer dominance by winning their fourth consecutive international title.

Tundra Esports, a powerhouse in Western European Dota, has recently announced the sudden departure of Martin “Saksa” Sazdov from the team. Sazdov fell ill during the ongoing tournament and will be unable to continue the event. He will be replaced by Kurtis “Aui_2000” Ling.

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Tundra Esports Set To Replace Their Support With Aui_2000



Tundra Esports is currently placed third in Group A, competing alongside other prominent teams like Team Liquid and Beastcoast. They have managed to showcase excellent gameplay throughout their matches which led them to third place. In a recent tweet, they announced the sudden departure of their support player, Martin “Saksa” Sazdov who fell ill amidst the ongoing tournament.


Saksa played a pivotal role in the team’s success both in the European region and internationally. However, this is not the first time Tundra has encountered such obstacles. They have a history of defying odds and holding their ground against such tough situations. Previously, audiences saw a similar situation occurring with players Adam “Aramis” Moroz and Stanislav “MaIr1ne” Potorak, and Aleksandr “Immersion” Khmelevskoi, during DreamLeague Season 19 and S20 respectively. 



Despite all these substitutions, Tundra has never failed to bring its best on stage. Their ability to adapt and bond with new players in the team is unparalleled. Furthermore, Aui_2000, currently the coach of Tundra, will be replacing Saksa. Aui_2000 has been a TI winner himself, winning The International 5 as a player and The International 11 as a coach. There is no doubt that he has amassed a massive amount of experience and knowledge in Dota 2 and with him stepping in for the team, fans expect comparable performances to a full roster.

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