Adroit Esports to have Forev to stand-in in the upcoming tournaments


Adroit Esports to have Forev to stand-in in the upcoming tournaments

CMD368 – Lee “Forev” Sang-don will be standing in for Adroit Esports in the upcoming tournaments as the team continues to make roster adjustments. Forev will fill in the offlane role, replacing Prince Vince “Bensoy” Enriquez, who was let go three months after he joined the team.

Bensoy was recruited mid-July this year to round out Adroit’s all Filipino line-up when three of their members left the team to start a new project alongside Michael “ninjaboogie” Ross. Unfortunately for Adroit, the roster shake-up from this summer had directly impacted their performance in the Southeast Asia tourneys, and from constant finishes in the top four, they started to exit the competitions early for the past couple of months. Most recently, they got eliminated from a Filipino only event in the first lower bracket round by Vice Esports.

While there is no official announcement regarding new online tournaments for the Southeast Asia region as of yet, Adroit cites that the roster change made now is meant to strengthen their team as they “gear up for the upcoming Dota Pro Circuit Season (DPC).” Adroit current roster is as follows:
– Justine Ryan “Tino” Grimaldo
– Nicholson “Mac” Villanueva
– Lee “Forev” Sang-don (stand-in)
– Marvin “Boombacs” Rushton
– Bryle “cml” Alviso

Adroit Esports

Forev will be joining for now as a stand-in after he played on the same status for Fnatic at ESL One Thailand 2020: Asia and BTS Pro Series Season 3: Southeast Asia last month. He has been free of contract since July this year when his one-year collaboration with T1 came to an end.

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