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Retired Dota 2 players in 2022
Farewell, legends. Before we step into the next year, let’s take a look at all notable players that retired and took a break in 2022.
Matumbaman retires from Dota 2 as Secret eliminate Liquid at TI11
Team Secret took on Team Liquid at the Lower Bracket Finals at TI11. Join us as we break down the dream shattering series.
OG out of TI11 – fall to a resurgent Team Liquid
A Drow Ranger pick proved too much for the OG boys to handle. Is this the end of the road for MATUMBAMAN?
Team Aster secure top 6 at TI11; Are they the Dark horse this year?
Team Liquid fall down and will face Entity in an elimination match.
Team Liquid secures the final slot at TI11
Congratulations to Team Liquid for winning the Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ) alongside Team Secret. MATUMBAMAN now rides to his final TI before retirement.
The 5 Best Carry Players in WEU Tour 3 DPC
Shoulders are injured, backs are broken. Here are the best performing WEU carry players in Tour 3 DPC.
Team Liquid Matumbaman: “I think this creep [Harpy] shouldn’t exist in the game. It should have been removed on Day 1”
Matumbaman also talks about Team Liquid’s performance this Tour and the Stockholm Major format.
“I was 0/1/2, my job is done. I’m not even needed here,” said MATUMBAMAN after Liquid’s huge stomp in WEU Regional Finals
Team Liquid waltzed into the Regional Finals with a convincing stomp against OG. Here’s what MATUMBAMAN had to say.
“Insania’s the glue that makes our team work, regardless of how good the other players are”- Team Liquid Blitz
Team Liquid’s coach, Blitz, recently talked to Esports.GG’s LeonArthur on his podcast, Connecting the Dotes, about the formation of the team, Zai and MATUMBAMAN, and many more. Here is the summary for you!
Matumbaman returns to his former home Team Liquid
Matumbaman is coming home! Matumbaman revealed in a short clip that he will return to his former glorious team and join the Liquid family.