Will Team Empire be the next dream team?

Team Empire is known as one of the biggest eSports organization based  on Russia. One of the most outstanding and worth-watching team in eSports who surprise the gaming community with their skills and play style that turns their matches into victory. But is that enough to be the next dream team? Are they good enough to win the Spring Major? They are not be able to join the Frankfurt (Fall) Major and Shanghai (Winter) Major. And make their supporters think they are finally ready for one another big tournament. After ESL One Manila, Team Empire finally come back to the Philippines and be able to join one of Valve Sponsored Major Tournaments and the most awaited event in eSports here in Philippines, the Manila Major.

After the DotA 2 Roster shuffle that brings a lot of mixed-emotions to the DotA Community. Team Empire’s official page and management left us some comeback words; “In the near future Team Empire will introduce fans to the new top five players who will defend the colors of the Empire and lead it to new horizons. With the dissolution of the composition ends another chapter in the long history of the Team of Empire.” Days left for the teams to finalize their roster for the Spring Major and they are ready to reveal their player roster. March 26, 2016, Team Empire announced their new players. With Scandal (Roma Sadotenkov), Miposhka (Yaroslav Naidenow), KingR (Rinat Abdulin), AfterLife (Vasily Shishkin) and Ramzes666 (Roman Kushvanev) on their team which are some of the tough players in DotA. Are they able to win the third and last Major Tournament? The third among the three majors before the biggest tournament to happen every year “The International 2016”.

Team Empire will continue the journey and will try their best to bring home the Manila Major’s trophy.  Will Empire will shine bright as the light or will go home or be the most disappointed they will? Who knows.

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