Lil: I acted like a child

Nov 26 2018 2 min read

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Ilya "Lil" Ilyuk has posted a series of tweets addressed to his former teammates and other partners.

This tweet is addressed to the VP squad he played with, VP General Manager, and ex-Na’Vi player LeBronDota. It says:

Guys, I was wrong. I acted like a child, henceforth will be wiser.

In the second tweet, Lil talked to a general audience.

I’d also like to apologize to everyone I hurt with my words. Wish good to everyone.

Lil’s star rose at Virtus.Pro in 2015 when he started to win big tournaments. In 2018 he moved to Na’Vi and didn’t manage to qualify for TI. After the Na’Vi disband Lil created his own team called Odium and played in a couple of tournaments including WePlay! Reshuffle Madness. That team didn’t take long to fall apart and now Lil is a free agent.

There is no context to Lil’s words as far as his public life goes, so we can only assume that some personal experience led him to think that he needs to address former partners.

Lil is a brilliant Dota 2 player and hopefully, he will find a new home soon. The scene will become better if Lil gets an opportunity to break into a high tier team.


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