Twitch Dota 2 streamer Hoxieloxie signs up with Tundra Esports as their new content creator, joining Virgil van Dijk and P Money under the Tundra Tribe.

After weeks of teasing her community, Twitch streamer Hoxieloxie announces her partnership with Tundra Esports as their new content creator. Lara 'hoxieloxie' Schofield or Hoxie, is a popular personality in the Dota 2 community. She currently has 15.2k followers on Twitch under the channel hoxieloxie.

Tundra Esports announced her partnership via Twitter where they welcomed Hoxie to the Tundra Tribe in a short, hyped video. They called Hoxie the Crystal Maiden Queen, acknowledging Hoxie's favorite character to play in Dota 2.

Hoxieloxie in the Tundra Esports's announcement video
Hoxieloxie in the Tundra Esports's announcement video

She posted on Twitter expressing her excitement about the new partnership. Hoxie also mentioned that she would be creating content for Tundra Esports during The International 11 (TI11) which will be in Singapore. The event, which is the most important Dota 2 tournament in the Dota 2 scene, will start soon on October 15. She stated that she will also do in-real-life (IRL) vlogs during her time in Singapore.

The 23-year-old streamer has been streaming for a while, gaining her Twitch partnership in August 2020. She is well known for her comedic content and friendly demeanor during her streams which contributed to her growing fanbase. Hoxie mostly plays the support role in Dota 2 and she loves to play the ice queen, Crystal Maiden.

She also posts Dota 2 and gaming content on her Tik Tok channel which is sprinkled with humor and sarcasm.

Tundra Esports is growing

Since its first involvement in the esports scene in 2019, Tundra Esports has been taking content creators under its wings. Tundra Esports now houses eight content creators including Hoxie, Virgil van Dijk, and P Money. They also have competitive rosters in three esports titles: Dota 2, Fortnite, and FIFA. They are also actively creating video content on their YouTube channel. With this new partnership with Hoxie, it seems like Tundra Esports is not going to stop anytime soon.

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