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Bensoy Parts Ways With Adroit Esports. Forev To Stand-In.

Filipino Dota 2 player, Prince Vince “Bensoy” Enriquez has parted ways with Adroit Esports. In his place, Korean offlaner Lee “Forev” Sang-don will be joining the team on a stand-in basis, the Southeast Asian organization announced today.

Bensoy’s Departure From Adroit Esports

Adroit Esports announced that they were parting ways with Bensoy on their social media handles, thanking him for their past successes and wishing him luck for future endeavors that the player might undertake.

Bensoy Departure from Adroit Esports

Bensoy joined Adroit Esports on July 16 following the departure of longtime veteran Bok. 

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Unfortunately, after the roster change Adroit Esports did not perform as well as they did with their previous offlaner only finishing in 9th-10th place in the OMEGA League: Asia Divine Division and ESL One Thailand 2020: Asia.

Bensoy Results With Adroit Esports

Forev Will Tryout For The Team’s Vacant Offlane Role

To replace Bensoy, Adroit Esports is bringing in one of the most experienced offlaners in the region. Forev who recently stood in for Fnatic at ESL One Thailand 2020: Asia and the BTS Pro Series Season 3: Southeast Asia following his departure from T1 will be joining the team.

Forev Addition Adroit Esports

The South Korean is one of the most experienced players in the region having attended multiple TIs and having played in several top-notch teams including Team Secret, Digital Chaos, and MVP Phoenix. The player certainly has the capability to fit in as a proper leader which is something that Adroit Esports have lacked since the departure of Bok from the lineup.

However, unless Forev does well in this short period with Adroit Esports, it’s unlikely that he’ll permanently stay with the team.


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Adroit Esports are currently competing in the Vita Bona Cup 2020. 

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