Professional Tundra Esports player Leon Nine Kirilin spoke in an interview about changing his role before DreamLeague Season 21.
The eSports player noted that he learns a lot from the support position:
Honestly, I feel great. The role is a lot of fun. I learn to play Dota 2 every day. This is the most important and interesting thing.
Let us remind you that Nine has changed its position due to the departure of Martin Saksa Sazdov. The player decided to skip The International 12 due to health concerns. He was replaced by Topias Topson Taavitsainen.
At the time of writing, Tundra Esports is participating in DreamLeague Season 21. The team is in second place in Group A, having won two matches and lost one match.
DreamLeague Season 21 will take place from September 18 to 24 in an online format and all participants will be located somewhere in Europe. Twelve teams compete for one million dollars in prize money.
Source: Cybersport Metaratings
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