BetBoom Xmas shows Team Spirit, Virtus.pro and Entity as well
The Christmas Brawl for BetBoom is organized by the best Eastern Europens. Apart from the main event being known as the powerhouse, Team Spirit and Virtus.pro, it invited many more Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) staples.
While the group stage games are currently going on, here is a glimpse of the players who were featured in Playoffs. We’re a short time away from the DPC 2023’s first tour, so the BetBoom Xmas Show will be very excited to the team.
Team Spirit is the only one besides Natus Vincere, who holds the title of international 10 (TI10) champion. While the game was poor, Spirit still won many more prizes than his predecessors, which is the highest pool of all teams who had ever won.
The players even doubted themselves after the TI10. So troubled that Alexander TORONTOTOKYO Khertek left Team Spirit after TI11 recollection. It’s never fun to see a team such an inspiring team go downhill but spirit’s still running into DPC 2023, with four founding players and a newcomer, Denis Larl Sigitov. Larl was a rising star, and made his first TI debut this year.
Speaking of TORONTOTOKYO, the former Mid-player became a tough support player after leaving Spirit. He plays the game for BetBoom, which now features the rumor that an CIS superstack is circulating. In this team, Ivan Pure Moskalenko, Danil gpk Skutin, Egor Nightfall Grigorenko and Vitalie Save- Melnic are all of the volunteers.
BetBoom isn’t actually a participant at the Xmas Show. However, since the event is a two-hour event, there is still an unannounced team. It might be unreasonable to assume that the team is taking the last shot.
Various entities and gimin gladiators are representatives of the WEU.
Two new faces are the Entity and Gaimin Gladiators. The latter team left for Team Secret for a former midfielder, Miroslav BOOM Bican. One might think that the replacement is Quinn Quinn Callahan from North America.
Since TI was their first TI debut, Gaimin wasn’t so shabby at TI11, though they’ve got seasoned players. The point is, Gaimin had the same potential to be Western European powerhouses as well after the decades of goodwill at DPC 2022.
With Quinn sitting on the forefront, Gaimin may just be a massive threat not just for BetBoom Xmas Show, but also for DPC 2023. Quinn has the opportunity to showcase his strength without leaving his home country to play for the WEU. Even so, it’s embarrassing that NA region just lost another talent on the other powerhouse disbands.
The same could be said for Entity, which made its TI11 debut recently. The competitive marketplace of the WUE was very competitive years ago, so having these staples is a reassuring commodity. Nevertheless, Entity and Gaimin are more stable than the other WEU stacks, such as Tundra Esports, Team Secret and Liquid. Let’s not forget the OG and Nigma who are highly-anticipated teams at DPC 2023.
In the CIS, there are other superstacks that converge.
Since they revamped their roster, Virtus.pro is under honorable mentions at BetBoom Xmas Show. A plethora of players are still playing under the VP nameake. Despite that, VP has the final stage seed and goes ahead without holding on to the group stage. This is strange, considering that Team Spirit was supposed to play in the group stage before taking the final stage.
There are PuckChamp, One Move, and Nemiga Gaming, who are decent teams in EEU, so they should fight again. HellRaisers, featuring Alexey Solo Berezin, will surely be on everyone’s watchlist.
Spirit and Nemiga already won Playoffs, although only two spots remain open for this weekend.
The BetBoom Xmas show is stacked with a lot of promising teams and powerhouses. It will be a pleasure watching these formidable teams compete for the 50th prize. In the Christmas season, there is plenty of quality Dota two to watch.