Last year was really amazing for Dota 2 fans as they got to see some amazing matches during various tournaments that were hosted in all parts of the world. This year is going to be no different as hundreds of professional teams are ready to participate in Dota 2 tournaments that are currently scheduled to be held in the coming months. At the moment, teams are trying their best to prepare for them. Some of them are practicing day and night, while others are struggling to get some good players on their team. However, it seems like Fighting Pandas has now completed its roster.

Fighting Pandas is one of the most amazing Dota 2 teams out there. It has won some big tournaments and has managed to defeat some of the top teams. The team used to be home to some of the best Dota 2 players in the world. But after some issues, they were left with only a few players. They were left with only three players after Jack “EternaLEnVy” Mao left the lineup with Jingjun “Sneyking” Wu. Since that time, their fans had been wondering what their favorite team is going to do next.

As they were left with an all-Canadian Dota 2 roster with just three players, fans were confused with whether they are going to back a return to the professional scene or not. However, fans will be glad to know that the team has finally decided to recruit two more players to their team to complete their roster. That’s right, Fighting Panda has now completed their roster with the addition of two players.

It was officially confirmed that the team has added two new players to the team. These include Maurice “KheZu” Gutmann and Oliver “Skiter” Lepko. For those who don’t know, both players are really amazing and have played some good matches. Fighting Pandas has become more deadly with the addition of these two. The best thing about this is that Khezu has been reunited with one of his former Heroes of Newerth teammate, David “Moonmeander” Tan. This means that the two won’t have to spend any time getting to know each other.

Khezu is a former player for Godsent where he used to play offlane. For those who don’t know, Godsent is a Swedish esports organization that is new to the esports scene. In fact, they joined the Dota 2 scene in 2019. The roster has also failed to qualify for any Dota Pro CIrcuit tournaments since its creation and has failed to deliver good results. Khezu also played for Team Secret, but he failed to find any success there. As for Skiter, he was a carry in Ninjas in Pyjamas. However, after their roster performed poorly, some changes were made. Unfortunately, Skiter was the first change.

Now that Fighting Pandas has added two new players, it will be exciting to see how it will perform. The new roster is going to make a debut at the StarLadder ImbaTV Minor, a tournament that is currently scheduled to begin on March 5.