Nouns Esports have started to unveil their new roster for the new upcoming season. Join us to find out the new members of the NA squad.

The post-TI12 Dota 2 Rostermania continues. Nouns Esports seemingly came out of nowhere at The International 12, after an intense run through the regional qualifiers. The North American squad impressed the Dota 2 community making it further than any other North American team at The International. However, their performance did not keep the roster intact in the post-TI roster shuffle and the org revealed some members of its Dota 2 roster today.

Nouns announce new Dota 2 roster

Nouns unveiled three new members of their new 2023-2024 roster. Two of which were of the most recent Nouns roster. Those two are their former mid lanner Nicolas "Gunnar" Lopez, and their former support, Rodrigo "Lelis" Santos. They've added former Shopify Rebellion's Tal "Fly" Aizik as their new hard support. The new Nouns Roster has also shifted the tides for Gunnar. Rather than playing mid as he always has, he has now shifted to the offlane role.

For the upcoming ESL One Kuala Lumpur tournament, Nouns Esports have brought on two stand-ins, as they have not finalized their roster. Daniel "StormStormer" Schoetzau and Yuma "Yuma" Langlet will stand in at the tournament as Nouns' Mid and Carry.

What is nouns Dota 2 roster?

  • Tal "Fly" Aizik
  • Nicolas "Gunnar" Lopez
  • Rodrigo "Lelis" Santos
  • TBD
  • TBD

Nouns Esports have not announced their official, permanent team members for the upcoming season. Yuma currently plays for Nigma Galaxy, and StormStormer is currently on Entity's inactive roster. There aren't any rumors about Nouns' new roster so the Dota 2 community will have to wait for an annoucement.

In the meantime, the Dota 2 season is getting started once more. With the first tier one tournament, ESL One Kuala Lumpur right around the corner. The tournament starts on December 11th and teams from all over the world will fight for a million-dollar prize pool.


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