Former Dota 2 star Ame has a pessimistic view of the Chinese language Dota 2 scene for the upcoming Riyadh Masters.
In accordance with a Tweet by consumer @Tr1H4rd3rDota2, the professional participant turned full-time streamer isn’t too eager on returning again to the professional stage in Riyadh Masters.
The match is among the most looked-forward-to majors this 12 months, with a whopping $15 million prize pool. Sadly, that prize pool doesn’t faze Ame one bit.
Actually, he even allegedly said that Chinese language groups received’t have an opportunity in that match as properly.
The Chinese language Dota 2 scene is in shambles prior to now few years after failing to get a win in any main TI tournaments.
Issues bought worse for the area when two of the area’s representatives within the Lima Main this 12 months, Knights and EHOME, have been accused of match-fixing.
Lots of its gamers have been ultimately banned after Valve banned greater than 40 gamers in China’s DPC.
Riyadh Masters will start someday in July.