Tundra Esports’ Martin “Saksa” Sazdov has surprised fans by announcing that he will no longer be playing for the team at DreamLeague Season 19.
In a recent tweet, the position four player revealed that he has been feeling burnt out lately and needs to take a break to reset mentally and be ready to play in the Major.
As a result, Adam “Aramis” Moroz will be standing in for Saksa for the remainder of the tournament.
The departure of Saksa from Tundra Esports at DreamLeague Season 19 is a big blow to the TI11 champions.
Saksa is considered one of the pillars of the team, and his absence will be felt. However, he has promised fans that he will return to play in the Berlin Major, which is set to begin on April 26.
DreamLeague S19 is the first tournament in the inaugural ESL Pro Tour for Dota 2.
It features 16 of the best teams in the world and boasts a $1 million prize pool. The winner of this online tournament will earn a spot at the Riyadh Masters.