Team Kinguin pick up Lets Do It as their first Dota 2 squad.

The Polish organization mostly known as an online marketplace that sells video games, software, and in-game items has branched out in recent times to sponsoring various divisions of esports teams such as PUBG and CS:GO. Now the organization has picked up the all Polish squad Let’s Do It (formerly known as Team Singularity) as the new Dota 2 season gets underway.

At the end of August, the Danish esports organization Team Singularity parted ways with the squad on amicable terms only due to the fact they were climbing the ladder of success at a quick pace, unable to keep up with the team’s needs. LDI had been making waves on the European circuit since before TI7, and were considered to be one of the favorites in the EU closed qualifiers after Team Secret.

They weren’t able to advance to the main event, but that didn’t slow their stride. Heading into the minor/major season, LDI is already preparing for a busy season.

The team has already been invited to the closed qualifiers for ESL One Hamburg Major, StarLadder i-League Season 3 Minor and PGL Bucharest Open Minor. Most recently they just qualified for the ROG Masters EMEA LAN finals after taking down Team Tuho 2:0 in the online playoffs.

Team Kinguin:

PolandPoland Natan “Exotic Deer” Michalewicz
PolandPoland Michał “Nisha” Jankowski
PolandPolandPoland Rafał “eL lisasH” Wójcik
PolandPoland Jakub “kacor” Kocjan
PolandPoland Paweł “Patos” Naruszewiczj