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NA Dota 2 star Quinn joins EU team Gaimin Gladiators


Gaimin Gladiators announced North American star Quinn “Quinn” Callahan to complete their roster for the upcoming 2022/2023 DPC season.

European Dota 2 team Gaimin Gladiators has finally revealed the last ingredient to their salad bowl: the North American mid-star Quinn "Quinn" Callahan. The cool, calm and collected Dota 2 player will be taking the role of midlaner for Gaimin Gladiators.
Gaimin Gladiators’ complete Dota 2 roster for DPC 2022/2023 is as follows:
  1. Anton "dyrachyo" Shkredov
  2. Quinn "Quinn" Callahan
  3. Marcus "Ace" Christensen
  4. Erik "tOfu" Engel
  5. Melchior "Seleri" Hillenkamp

NA mid-star Quinn's first time in Europe

Quinn has been a respected talent in the North America Dota 2 scene and has been in notable teams such as Newbee, Chaos Esports Club, Soniqs, and Quincy Crew. He has always managed to be in the top rankings of the North America Dota 2 Leaderboard. However, this will be his first time experiencing the Western European Dota 2 DPC scene.
He last played with Soniqs during the 2021/2022 DPC season which ended with them placing a disappointing 17th-18th placement in The International 11. With this change of scenery, he will be saying goodbye to his well-known crew, Yawar "'YawaR" Hassan and Arif "MSS" Anwar who he has been playing with him together since 2019.
He will be taking on the mid-role in Gaimin Gladiators. This is following the departure of Miroslav "BOOM" Bičan who was earlier announced to join the new roster of Team Secret.

Gaimin Gladiators back in DPC WEU Colosseum

Gaimin Gladiators has been a brute force in Division I of the Western European (WEU) DPC 2021/2022. They placed second in two of three tours of the WEU DPC. The Gladiators proved themselves worthy champions when they placed first in the DPC WEU Tour 1 Regional Final. They ended the 2021/2022 DPC season with a 9th-12th placement in The International 11. You can see the team play in Division I of WEU in the upcoming DPC season.
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Dshae Zulkiflee
Dshae Zulkiflee
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