Russian President Vladimir Putin Congratulates Crew Spirit For TI10 Victory
Russian President Vladimir Putin has congratulated Crew Spirit after the Japanese European Dota 2 workforce gained The Worldwide 10 (TI10) with a 3-2 victory over Chinese language workforce PSG.LGD. Putin hailed Crew Spirit’s victory saying that the Dota 2 workforce showcased “nice management and teamwork” all through TI10 and in addition praised its efficiency within the Grand Finals of the match.
Russian President Putin Praises Crew Spirit’s Victory at TI10
In a letter addressed to the members of Crew Spirit, revealed on the official Russian authorities web site, Vladimir Putin said that Crew Spirit’s efficiency within the Grand Finals proved that their esports gamers are at all times result-oriented and will conquer any heights.
Vladimir Putin’s letter in Russian learn,
“To the members of Crew Spirit membership – the winners of The Worldwide-2021, the Dota-2 World Championship
Congratulations in your well-deserved victory at The Worldwide-2021 – the Dota-2 World Championship. For the primary time within the historical past the Russian workforce of Crew Spirit membership gained this prestigious competitors. Nicely completed!
On the best way to the finals you demonstrated nice management and solidarity, and within the decisive battle, which was a real check of character and expertise, you have been in a position to focus and on the essential second seize the initiative out of your rivals. In reality, proved that our eSportsmen at all times try for the outcome and may conquer any heights.
I want you extra success and all the very best.
Crew Spirit grew to become the champions of The Worldwide 10 after a scintillating run that noticed them defeat the very best Dota 2 groups on the planet together with the likes of PSG.LGD, Crew Secret and Invictus Gaming amongst many others to safe the championship in addition to simply over $18 Million USD in prize winnings.
The workforce’s roster consists of gamers from each Ukraine and Russia.
Illya “Yatoro” Mulyarchuk (Ukraine)
Alexander “TORONTOTOKYO” Khertek (Russia)
Magomed “Collapse” Khalilov (Russia)
Miroslaw “Mira” Kolpakov (Ukraine)
Yaroslav “Miposhka” Naidenov (Russia)
Airat “Silent” Gaziev (Russia)