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The TaskUs Titans Are Here to Stay

05:11 PM November 17, 2017

TaskUs Titans: Dota 2 All Star Weekend

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Since the Dota 2 All Star Weekend, we have been training non-stop to prepare ourselves for future LAN events. #TaskUsTitans

Posted by TaskUs Titans on Wednesday, November 15, 2017

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When TaskUs PH announced that they wanted to build their own Dota 2 team, people were instantly intrigued. After the call was sent out, gamers everywhere threw their hat in to try and make the team.

Fast forward a couple months and the group of Ryoyr, Karl, Abeng, BDZ, and Sip have constantly been training to become one of the top Dota teams in the country.

To the Titans’ credit, they were directly to invited to the Dota 2 All-Star Weekend, and competed against some of the best teams the Philippines had to offer, including Happy Feet and Young Minds.

Though they weren’t victorious at the event, the Titans remain committed to their mission of not just becoming a team, but an institution in the local Dota scene. Success doesn’t happen overnight, and the team is still going through a long and arduous process towards achieving their dream of being a top team in the Philippines.

As seen in the video, the team’s coach,  Mark “Cast” Pilar, really believes in the potential of the team. According to him, all they need is enough time to mesh together and trust in each other. 

The Grind Continues

Part of the TaskUs Titans program is that each member should better themselves not just as players, but as individuals. To that end the team has been training non-stop, whether it be on the ranked ladder or in the gym.

On top of that they have been relentless in joining any online qualifiers they can, such as the Zotac Cup and MDL Macau.

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Regardless of their early results, the team hasn’t lost any momentum. The TaskUs Titans will continue grinding and improving, and if you can be sure of one thing, it’s that they’re not going anywhere any time soon.

Follow the Taskus Titans

If you want to follow the team’s journey, then be sure to check out their official Facebook page.

The Titans also stream regularly, with one member taking the spotlight from Monday to Friday. If you want to subscribe to their Twitch channel, click this link.

 

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