Korean support and captain, Park “March” Tae-won is parting ways with TNC Predator, the organization just announced on its social media handles. This is TNC’s first roster change in well over a year.
March Parts Ways With TNC Predator
TNC Predator announced that they were parting ways with March with a heartfelt message on their social media handles thanking him for their past successes which include winning a DPC Major.
“We would like to thank Park Tae-won MarchDota for his efforts in bringing the team closer to the apex of Dota 2’s competitive scene and with this, we are announcing his release from our official team roster.
Through many ups and downs, our Captain March, has proved his abilities to execute game winning strategies and correct judgements on the different aspect of the game for the team to fully realize its potential that will later become essential in winning the first Major of the current DPC season. He never let the team down and innovated how the game was played during that era. Park Tae-won will always be a key mover for this team and we will always cherish the fruits of the hardwork our roster achieved. Salamat March! “
However, the team believes in a different path and will now look towards a different player to fulfill their future.
March has been a part of TNC Predator since September 2019. With him in the lineup, TNC Predator has won over $564k USD in prize winnings. March lead the team to their first and only DPC Major triumph at the MDL Chengdu Major as well as a win at the ESL One Hamburg 2019 tournament. He has played a crucial role in the team and can be considered to be one of the finest captains in the SEA region.
March also thanked TNC Predator and the Filipino fans on his Twitter handle, adding that this was the best year of his career.
So TNC Predator has now been reduced to a four-man unit, featuring:
- Kim “Gabbi” Villafuerte
- Armel Paul “Armel” Tabios
- Damien “kpii” Chok
- Timothy John “Tims” Randrup
It will certainly be interesting to see whom the team picks up to complete their new roster. There are plenty of free agents left in the SEA scene.