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Neon Esports Adds Raging Potato To Its Roster

Dethan Dario
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Neon Esports looks to turn things around with the arrival of veteran support Ryan “Raging Potato” Qui, the team made the announcement last Wednesday.

The Filipino Dota 2 standout last played for Team SMG before getting relegated to the inactive list last year.

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“I would like to announce that Ryan Jay ‘Raging-.-Potato’ Qui will be joining our roster as position 4, this man has tremendous talent and a wealth of international experience, a combination that I believe will return Neon to DPC contention,” said Neon Esports CEO Robert Campbell in an official statement.

Meanwhile, the team last played in the Division II of the third tour of the Dota Pro Circuit Southeast Asia 2021/22. Neon Esports completely flunked out of the DPC after finishing winless in seven games.

Neon Esports is looking to join the second tour of the 2023 Division II tournament through the closed qualifier.

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Mongolian carry Yalguunsaran “FortuneSoul” Oidov, Indonesia hard support Daneil “Hated” Au, and Filipino mid laner Argle Ken “Ken” Llesis and offlaner Michael “Enryu” Ladines will compose the team’s roster.

“Fans of Neon Esports, I understand you are disappointed with the team’s recent results. I understand that our performance has fallen below your expectations,” opened Campbell’s statement.

“The last twelve months have been a difficult time for the club. At Neon we believe that competing is paramount and we have no plans to disband, we have prepared for the rain and our turn will come,”  he added.

The team also announced the departure of Tsogtjargal Valky~’ Oyunbaatar and Munkhbat ‘Tsukimoto* Dashdelger.

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“I have some roster changes to announce. Today Tsogtjargal Valky~’ Oyunbaatar and Munkhbat ‘Tsukimoto* Dashdelger will depart Neon Esports. They will be joining a new team in Mongolia, and I wish them nothing but the best.” Campbell said.

“As previously announced Argle Ken ‘Ken’ Llesis is now our midlaner, Ken has been very impressive in his short time with the club so far and we expect him to continue to improve.”

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