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Hydra Manager: Thank you to everyone who supported us, we will come back stronger

Team Hydra’s Dota 2 roster manager Svyatoslav Frank-Orlovsky spoke on his personal Telegram channel about his team’s failure to qualify for the Major.

Orlovsky noted that this result is still not bad, as the team did a great job to get into the first division.

OK. Anyway, well done guys. We had a long way from the open qualifiers to the first division. And going straight to the major would have been beyond all expectations. We managed to impose good games on the giants. It seems to me that this is a good result for a young team. Losing One Move was a bit crippled, but what can you do. We have one last match against It’s also important, you can’t lose. In the meantime, let’s work on the bugs. Thanks to everyone who supported us, we will come back stronger.

Svyatoslav Frank-Orlovsky

Earlier, BetBoom Team defeated Team Hydra in a tight battle in the first division of Dota Pro Circuit 2023 for Eastern Europe.

Recall that Hydra’s Dota 2 team manager Svyatoslav Frank-Orlovsky spoke specifically to about the upcoming match against

The First Division of DPC 2023: Season 2 for Eastern Europe will run from March 12 to April 2 in an online format. Eight teams compete for $205,000, 920 DPC points and three tickets to the Major.

Source: Cybersport Metaratings


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