The United States and Canada’s Dota 2 scene has really couple of constants that followers can rely upon, however, beyond Wickedness Geniuses being an excellent group, Jacky “EternaLEnVy” Mao jumping around lineups is possibly quite high up on that checklist. EE is back on the marketplace.
After the calamity that was Cloud9’s effort to go back to Dota back in March, EE invested a long time with a couple of lineups prior to clearing up together with Clinton “Fear” Loomis as an alternate for business connects pile. That scenario rapidly transformed, however, as Fear made a decision to relax from completing, and also EE came to be the leader for the team.
Teamless dance https://t.co/ZPOjCg0LeW
— EternaLEnVy (@EternaLEnVy1991) December 4, 2020
EE assisted that team offshoot right into Team Zero as soon as Fear left, taking place to win Dota Summit 13 Online and also finishing Quincy Crew’s NA occasion winning touch. After that win, the group rebranded once more to call themselves 4FUN relocating ahead.
The group participated in the qualifiers for Realms Collide: The Burning Darkness, just making it in since catJAMMERS dissolved and also EE’s staff were called to complete. That resulted in them being removed in the 7th location by beastcoast in the playoffs.
Simply a day after being gotten rid of, EE introduced that he was seeking a group to take on in the upcoming tournaments. This, incorporated with Jingjun “Sneyking” Wu as well as David “Moo” Hull introducing that they would certainly be taking on Worry as well as Peter “ppd” Dager on a brand-new pile most likely suggests that the previous bachelor’s degree transformed 4FUN lineup is most likely dead.
Since there is a distinct absence of groups created to contend in NA occasions throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, yet EE will likely be back with a brand-new pile before the beginning of the 2021 Dota Pro Circuit on Jan. 28.
The 29-year old EternalEnVy has been in the eSports since 2012. He first played for a team called the No Tidehunter in September of the said year. Since he rose to fame as carry and solo mid lane, he has played for respectable teams such as Cloud9, Team Secret, and Fnatic. Before joining Cloud9 in March of this year, EE was signed with the Fighting PandaS from August 2019.
On top of these top-tier teams his name has been associated with, the Canadian pro has won numerous tournaments including The Shanghai Major 2016, Nanyang Dota 2 Championships, and the MLG World Finals back in 2015.