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Ame, Somnus Lead China’s Stacked Dota 2 Pool For Asian Games


China is leaving no stone unturned in its upcoming campaign in the 2023 Asian Games, assembling a powerhouse pool of Dota 2 stars that will compete in Hangzhou this September.

Leading the 27-man pool are former The International grand finalists Wang “Ame” Chunyu, Lu “Somnus” Yao, Xu “fy” Linsen, Zhao “XinQ” Zixing, and Yang “Chalice” Shenyi.

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Ame and XinQ are currently on a break while Somnus, fy, and Chalice are all playing for Azure Ray in the Dota Pro Circuit China 2023 Tour 3: Division I.

Completing the roster are other notable Chinese stars such as Dy, Monet, Setsu, Xm, shiro, Kaka, 天命, flyfly, 项羽, planet, Xxs, White丶Album, Lou, Fade, old eLeVeN,, Pyw, 皮球, Ori, 一, y`, 圣子华炼, and Emo.

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With such a talented and well-rounded roster, China is poised to make a strong statement in the Dota 2 competition at the 2023 Asian Games. 

The team’s depth of experience, combined with their individual skills and teamwork, will undoubtedly make them a force to be reckoned with. 

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As the games approach, all eyes will be on China’s Dota 2 team as they aim to bring home the gold and solidify their position as one of the world’s leading esports nations.

In the end, the 2023 Asian Games will not only serve as a battleground for Dota 2 supremacy but also as a testament to the global growth and recognition of esports. China’s Dota 2 team represents a nation at the forefront of this phenomenon, demonstrating the passion, talent, and competitive spirit that defines the world of professional gaming.

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