The post-The International roster shuffle is in full swing — and even TI-winners are going along for the ride.

Oliver “skiter” Lepko and Jingjun “Sneyking” Wu are leaving the roster “to pursue a new journey,” according to Tundra Esports’ official announcement.

Sneyking called his time at Tundra “a wonderful 2 years and a half,” and that the roster “accomplished a lot.”

Skiter wrote that he “couldn’t have asked for a better org and team,” and that “he wouldn’t have changed anything.”

Tundra Esports Dota 2 roster is left with just two players

Tundra Esports wins TI11
Credit: Valve
  • Topias “Topson” Taavitsainen
  • Neta “33” Shapira
  • Kurtis “Aui_2000” Ling (coach)

This leaves 33 as the sole player remaining from Tundra’s TI11-winning roster after Leon “Nine” Kirilin’s decision to take an extended break. The team’s newest addition, Topson, is also still with the team, as is coach Aui_2000, who has been with the roster since November 2021.

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Tundra, who went into TI12 as defending champions, started their defending campaign with a stellar 8-0 win-loss through the group stage. However, the team was upset by nouns in its seeding match and had to begin their playoffs in the lower bracket. Following another loss to Entity, Tundra finished their run in the bottom half of the field.

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