Tryke Gutierrez, CEO of Blacklist International with a successful MLBB team, teases about entering Dota Scene.
After The International 11, many organizations expressed their interest in Dota’s professional scene. One of them is Blacklist International, a respectable and well-decorated organization in the SEA region.
The owner of Blacklist International, Tryke Gutierrez, teased his interest in Dota 2 which gained attention from fans.
The latest post on his social media grabbed the attention of many fans, including players of Dota. Although “speculative”, Tryke showed his desire to build a team for the DPC. However, he is yet to reveal more details regarding his ongoing plans.
The earliest indication of his interest in the Dota scene could be seen in his earlier posts.
He was seen admitting interest by looking for TI11 tickets or even going into events to cast the event. Fans of the organization had been wondering whether he was looking to build a team with those posts.
However, they also were tempering their current expectation. Tryke had not shown any concrete evidence of building a team yet.
With the number of free agents currently looking for teams in the SEA region, Blacklist’s timing to enter the Dota scene could not be any better. Notable players such as BOOM Esports’ squad and veterans such as Iceiceice were some of the best SEA had to offer so far.
With these free agents in mind, the talent scouting at Blacklist would have their hands full in building a team, capable of going into The International 12.