London-based esports organisation Tundra Esports has announced that it is expanding its operations into popular MOBA Dota 2. The TikTok-backed org, which has so far kept to FIFA esports, will be competing in the Upper Division of DreamLeague Season 14 after acquiring European team mudgolems.
Discussing the expansion, Tundra owner Maxim Demin states that “Dota 2 continues to be a pinnacle esport, and mudgolems is a new team that is already making a name for itself and who share the same ambitions and passion as we do.” The roster which qualified for DreamLeague 14 through the decider tournament remains intact, with Demin believing that team captain Adrian ‘Fata’ Trinks will continue to lead the team to glory, “and challenge some of the biggest names on the Dota 2 esports scene.”
Fata has been a mainstay in the EU scene having played for many of the region’s top teams at some point throughout his career. He believes that Tundra shares “the same drive to build a force within the Dota 2 esports scene” as him. “I believe this will let me take the team to the next level,” he asserts.
Below you can find Tundra’s full roster heading into DreamLeague 14.
2021 will be a major year for our club. Today, we are excited to announce our expansion into @DOTA2!
— Tundra Esports (@TundraEsports_) January 25, 2021
Dota 2 esports fans will be able to check out Tundra’s debut on January 26 when the team plays OG.