Alliance, the former 2013 International Champion, is but a shell of its former glory. From title after title with little relevance in the Western European scene; Alliance really needs an overhaul.
Alliance founder and CEO Jonathan “Loda” Berg posted a tweet expressing his displeasure with the team’s results. All this begs the question.
Can the Alliance perform well again in Dota 2?
Loda’s deleted tweet
What was it about? On the Internet, stay tuned. Even after Loda removed it, some Reddit users managed to save screenshots of it.
In-depth look In Loda’s full tweet, he says Alliance looks like a meme team, which makes sense considering Alliance is about to be removed from the Division 2 group. This is the last place in Division 2 Dota Pro Circuit 2023 (DPC 2023) WEU Tour 3, which means Alliance must participate in the next DPC season open qualifiers to have Eligible for Division 2.
Also, any expectation of qualifying for The International 12 (TI12) is beyond doubt.
Watching Alliance, a pioneering team Split-Pushing Nature’s Prophet strategy or “Rat Dota” It will break the hearts of its fans.
Alliance has gone downhill in Dota 2
Contrary to popular belief, Alliance has not been as far away from the league as most fans expected. Of course, many Alliance fans would have you believe that since their win at TI3, Alliance has slipped and never recovered.
The truth is they occasionally choose International tournaments such as TI6, TI9 and most recently TI10. They also did well at TI10, taking ninth place and $800,000 in prize money. At the time, Alliance had a solid all-star cast, including Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov, Gustav “s4” Magnusson and Artsiom “Fng“. Barshak.
Fast forward to DPC 2023, s4 is still leading the league team with new players. However, the performance is sloppy at best. They struggle to get into the 1st division, and even if they make it, they will immediately come back To Tier 2.
Even so, this may be the final straw for the fans and Loda himself, who broke the camel’s back when Alliance didn’t even make it past Tier 2 for the last Tour 3 Bottom three should end with three losses.
What’s wrong with Alliance?
This discussion has everyone confused about how Alliance is doing in Dota 2 can be so scary. Considering the current league roster is a veteran roster with many big-name players in it, it’s hard to make excuses for their shortcomings.
Of course, the WEU scene isn’t always the easiest to compete in region, especially when we have As early as 2023, two WEU teams dominate two However, Alliance will have to tighten their game plan for the next DPC season now that TI12 is over.