Thunder Predator has parted ways with their Dota 2 roster following the end of their run at The International 10 (TI10). It was the first time the organization qualified for the tournament.

Thunder Predator was unable to secure a spot in the playoffs after getting eliminated in the group stage. They place 17-18th at TI10 and take home US$100,000.

How will Thunder Predator’s announcement shake up the South America Dota 2 scene?

Thunder Predator at the ONE Esports Singapore Major
Credit: ONE Esports

Thunder Predator qualified to The International 10 after a good performance at the DPC, They placed second in both seasons of the DPC, and had an impressive performance at the ONE Esports Singapore Major where they secured a 6th place finish.

The following players will therefore be free agents at the upcoming DPC season. The members of Thunder Predator have stated that they wish to remain together as a team, and are currently looking for a new organization.

Thunder Predator’s released roster after TI10

  • Alonso “Mnz” León
  • Leonardo “LeoStyle-” Sifuentes
  • Frank “Frank” Arias
  • Joel Mori “MoOz” Ozambela
  • Romel “Mjz” Quinteros

The International 10 enters its final day on October 17. Catch all the matches broadcasted live on the Dota 2 The International official Twitch channel.

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