Ammar “ATF” Al-Assaf praised his new teammates in Quest Esports after they picked up their first win at the expense of OG in the Dota Pro Circuit Western Europe 2023 Tour 3: Division I.
ATF described Aybek “TA2000” Tokayev, Tony “No!ob” Assaf, Omar “OmaR” Moughrabi, and Oleh “kaori” Medvedok as ‘really good teammates.’ He also appreciated the fact that the team lets him play his comfort heroes.
“This team is really good. They are really good teammates and really good players,” said ATF, who last played for Nigma Galaxy.
“They allow me to play my only hero pool that I can play, which is 5 heroes and they are really permanent, so I like it,” he added.
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ATF also revealed how Quest Esports, formerly known as Ooredoo Thunders, contacted him prior to the season. The 18-year-old Jordanian said that he first played in a small tournament with the team and he knew at that moment that it was the right place for him to be.
“I mean, they (Quest Esports) contacted me after [Tour 2] and they asked me to join and I tested with them and played with them some small tournament and we won it so I decided that I will join them, and yeah, I like it here, it’s good,” he narrated.