Last week, Quincy Crew’s integral member Malthe “Biver” Winther broke the news that he will be taking a break from the Dota 2 circuit. He cited that soon he will be back into action but has gone onto an indefinite break for now. Weariness and absence of inspiration seem to be the driving components behind his choice.
“In the most recent month or somewhere in the near past, I’ve been managing sentiments of exhaustion and gradually felt my inspiration slip away. It’s been especially testing my desire to discover the delight of playing. Proceeding with like this simply isn’t valuable to me nor my teammates. I’m going to take a break, increase a touch of point of view on things and see where that takes me,” Biver said.
Brazillian offlaner Rodrigo “Lelis” Santos, who most as of late played for Ninjas in Pajamas, will fill in as a substitute for Quincy Crew for its up and coming tournament. It will be Arif “MSS” Anwar who will accommodate Lelis for an offlane role and he himself will move to a support role.
Oi gente, vou jogar o campenato da ESL Birmingham Online como complete para Quincy Crew. A primeira partida será hoje às 17h. Assim que tiver o link da stream, eu coloco aqui pra vocês. Bora torcer! 👊 pic.twitter.com/7JqHULc3en
— Rodrigo Lelis (@lelisdota) May 25, 2020
Despite the fact that MSS’s shift may come as a shock, the support role is no more new to him he has been in the same role when was with VGJ.Storm.
Lelis, earlier called by the name of Liposa, is a notable figure in the Brazilian Dota 2 circuit. A few successful teams in Brazil including SG e-sports, paiN Gaming, etc have had acquired the services of Lelis as well. Then after playing with beastcoast he turned into a hot property, a free agent. There he helped his team finish among the top eight while playing as a substitute in the DreamLeague Season 13 Major.
Biver – The globetrotter
Biver joined Quincy Crew while they were all the while playing under the Chaos Esports Club in February, subsequent to going part ways with Ninjas in Pajamas. The organization parted ways with the team, however, they stayed together and immediately stood up for themselves as one of North America’s lead Dota 2 teams.
Prior to going to North America, Biver became famous as an understudy that regularly vied for elevated level teams. A globetrotter in his own right, Biver has contended the world over for teams extending from Natus Vincere to Infamous.