TNC Predator have had a slow season in the Dota 2 Pro Circuit, struggling to find their footing after a promising start was hampered. But ESL One Mumbai was a promising affair for the squad and a new coach could bring some much-needed composure.
Lee ‘Heen’ Seung Gon has been a Dota 2 player previously, but more importantly he has been a coach to what was once (and still could be) one of the best Dota 2 team’s out there, Team Liquid. With Heen at their backs, Liquid ran through a fantastic few years of tournaments – winning the China Supermajor, EPICENTER 2017 and The International 2017 as well as coming second at EPICENTER XL and DreamLeague Season 8. Now the highly decorated coach is coming to TNC Predator.
TNC now move to prepare for ESL One Birmingham 2019 which will be their first testing ground with the new coach before they hope to make some ground in the DPC in the final events of the season. With The International 2019 dates now announced, teams that have not yet qualified will be doubling their efforts for EPICENTER 2019 before looking to the Regional Qualifiers for the culmination of the event.
We are excited to see the chemistry between Heen and the TNC squad develop and look forward to seeing them in action again soon.