Predator announce double departure
Dota Pro Circuit side TNC Predator have announced that both Kim "Febby" Yong-min and Damien "kpii" Chok have been released from the team's roster.
Southeast Asian side TNC Predator are one of a number of sides making changes to their rosters after the first season of regional leagues concluded in five of the six major regions.
And TNC decided to release two of their players after the team failed to qualify for the ONE Esports Singapore Major, finishing fourth but only one game away from forcing a second tiebreaker.
Former Immortals and Fnatic talent "Febby" acted as coach and stand-in for TNC Predator after signing for them earlier this year but has now been removed from the roster along with "kpii", who has been part of the team since September 2019.
With the second season of the SEA regional league on the horizon, TNC Predator are yet to announce who will replace the two players but their core contingent of Kim "Gabbi" Villafuerte, Armel Tabios, and Timothy "Tims" Randrup remain together.
In a Twitter post, the TNC Predator account wrote: "We would like to thank Kim YongMin @Febbydota and Damien Chok @kpiidota for sharing their unrivaled professional skills with the team and bringing us multiple title wins during their stay. Today, we are announcing their release in our current roster.
"Through our wins and losses, Kpii and Febby displayed great potential and offered us a plethora of different strategies that made our team shine.
"Our roster with them is the best so far."
Meanwhile, Good Game No Remorse are 1.33 to beat Shadownet, who are 3.25 to win, in the DOTA2 Oceanic Esports League.
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