Dendi: We could have had a tehlose in the Wildcard game because half of Mexico City was without power

The captain and midfielder of B8 Esports Dota 2 roster Danil Dendi Ishutin spoke about winning against Wildcard Gaming in the first division of DPC 2023: Season 2 for North America.

Dendi said the team could have suffered a forfeit defeat as the lights went out in Mexico City, where the B8 boot camp is located, due to torrential rain:

I’m glad we won. We almost got tehluz in the series, because in Mexico City, where we are now, there was a downpour and half the city was without electricity. We were looking for a computer club, but there was no light there either, there was a lot of hassle. But then the light was given, but we had no internet and we tried to fix it. We entered the first map with a fine for the duration of the trek. For me it was a lot of stress and the first card didn’t work for us. I think we had a good draft there, but we played badly, mainly because of me. But the second map went great, then we got confident and in the third game we had another great draft.

Daniel Dendi Ishutin

Earlier, B8 got their first victory in the second round of the regional competition by defeating Wildcard. The next opponent of the Dendi squad will be nouns. The match will take place on March 18 at 10 p.m. Moscow time.

DPC 2023: Season 2 North America Division One will run online from March 13 to April 2. Eight teams are up for grabs for $205,000, 920 DPC points, and two trips to the Major in Berlin.

Source: Cybersport Metaratings


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