Start of BetBoom Dacha Dubai 2024

BetBoom Dacha Dubai 2024 is a Dota 2 tournament with a budget of 1 million dollars, scheduled to take place from February 4th to February 16th in Dubai. The event will feature 12 remarkable teams, seven of which have been directly invited. The remaining five teams have either qualified or are currently in the process of qualifying.

Following the cancellation of the Dota Pro Circuit by Valve, ESL has decided to take on a significant portion of Valve’s responsibilities related to the Dota 2 esports scene. Hopefully, a few more tournament organizers will join them. Currently, FISSURE seems to be doing an excellent job, partially thanks to BetBoom’s initiative.

BetBoom Dacha Dubai 2024 will be an outstanding tournament worth watching, as it marks the beginning of the new season. There are so many innovations both within the game and among the teams that the results will undoubtedly be unpredictable.

Members of BetBoom Dacha Dubai

BetBoom Dacha Dubai will be represented by the following nine teams:

  • Team Liquid
  • Team Spirit
  • Aurora
  • Gaimin Gladiators
  • BetBoom Team
  • LGD Gaming
  • Xtreme Gaming
  • pro
  • Azure Ray

Three more teams will join them from the regional qualifiers WEU, MENA, and NA+SA. Most likely, these three teams will be OG (or Team Secret), Team Falcons (or Nigma Galaxy), and Nouns (or Shopify Rebellion).

The excitement stems from the fact that the tournament will be played on a new patch, possibly version 7.35c or even 7.35d at that time. Another factor adding to the buzz is the significant number of roster changes that have occurred after The International 12.

Team Liquid parted ways with Ludwig “zai” Wahlberg and signed a contract with Neta “33” Shapira. Aurora acquired the former roster of Talon Esports, which includes some of the top players from Southeast Asia, such as Anucha “Jabz” Jirawong, Nuengnara “23” Teeramahanon, and others.

Xtreme Gaming signed contracts with four new players, including Wang “Ame” Chunyu, who is widely known as one of the best carry players in China.

Azure Ray lost Lu “Somnus” Yao but managed to re-sign Xu “fy” Linsen, despite his initial decision to leave the team.

Losing the best carry player in Eastern Europe

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BetBoom has unfortunately lost Ivan “Pure” Moskalenko, who is widely regarded as one of the top three carry players in Eastern Europe. This unexpected development is likely to pose several challenges in the short term, and the team now faces the pressing question of who will step in to fill his shoes.

On the other hand, teams like Team Spirit and Gaimin Gladiators have opted to maintain their existing lineups without any changes. This decision bodes well for their performance as they enter the upcoming tournament with a sense of stability and familiarity. It is reasonable to expect that these teams will outperform most of their opponents given their cohesive rosters and established synergy.

It is worth noting that Team Spirit had an exceptional year in 2023, clinching victory in major Dota 2 tournaments, including the Riyadh Masters and The International. Similarly, the Gladiators secured a commendable second-place finish at TI12, solidifying their reputation as a formidable contender in the competitive scene.

Will you be rooting for Team Spirit?
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