Dota 2 News: TNC The First Team To Announce A Roster Change After The Boston Major Qualifiers

By K.C , Nov 22, 2016 04:40 AM EST

The Boston Major Qualifiers was filled with a lot of disappointments across all regions particularly in SEA and Europe where the prominent teams got taken out 1-by-1. Now it's to be expected that the next Major will consequently lead to some team reshuffles but one team had already announced its major reshuffle following a disappointment run in the the last Boston Major Qualifiers.

Dota 2 Team TNC Releases Cast and Teehee

TNC officially announced that the organization had released two of their players: the position 1 (hard carry) John Linuel 'Teehee' Abanto and the position 5 (hard support) Mark 'Cast' Pillar. According to their official announcement, the main reason for the released of the two players is due to the fact that they weren't able to create a synergy together with the team and therefore aren't "fit" for the organization.

TNC's subsequent decision was made after the team's disappointing Regional Qualifiers run - having a record of 3-5 which wasn't enough to even qualify for the second phase of the qualifiers. At the end of the organization's announcement, they stressed out that their roster isn't locked yet and that they are still looking for prominent SEA players to fill in the active team.

Dota 2 Team TNC

TNC was greatly affected by the post-TI6 reshuffle. Despite the splendid 8th place run and eliminating then-famous tier 1 team, OG; three of its core members have left the team to continue their dreams in Fnatic. Only two of its former members are left standing in the active roster: Carlo 'Kuku' Palad and Sam 'SamH' Hidalgo. Listed below is the full roster of TNC Pro Team:

Carlo 'Kuku' Palad
Sam 'SamH' Hidalgo
Ryo 'ryoyr' Hasegawa

Ryoyr is one of the prominent professional players in the SEA region, having played on successful teams namely Rave and Mineski. Ryoyr recently joined TNC after the post-TI6 reshuffle alongside Cast and Teehee. Now the real question is, who will fill-in the missing two rosters for TNC? Will it be the former members from Fnatic that were released after the post-TI6 reshuffle? Share your thoughts in the comments down below!

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