Welcome to WePlay! Dota 2 Reshuffle Madness – The Final Tribe

Sep 26 2018 4 min read

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Being established in 2017, The Final Tribe is considered young even by esports standards but already achieved the status of a solid mid-tier team in Europe. The squad will have to try their best to improve their results, yet the foundation is dead set. Meet The Final Tribe guys! 

Pontus “Frost” Frost (20 years old) 

Pontus “Frost” Frost didn’t have a chance to make himself a name and stick to the pro-scene properly, given The Final Tribe is his second serious team. Before that he played in a semi-pro Singularity roster and other mixes. New experience might become another step towards the growth of his career. 

Rasmus “Chessie” Blomdin (25 years old)

Rasmus “Chessie” Blomdin became widely known as a Heroes of Newerth pro, where he was considered the best Chen player in the world. Making decision to switch to Dota 2, Rasmus got into the NiP’s coaching chair first and later competed as a part of the compLexity roster. Fighting under coL banners, Chessie achieved the 5-6th place at The Shanghai Major and the 4th place at EPICENTER 2016

Fun fact, his brother Limmp is still playing in compLexity, even after Chessie was kicked. 

Jonas “jonassomfan” Lindholm (26 years old) 

Another ex-Heroes of Newerth player, Jonas “jonassomfan” Lindholm initially played Dota 2 in a mix of players called LAJONS, who later got signed by Ninjas in Pyjamas. Four years Lindholm spent in all kind of mixes before landing in Alliance where he got the 3rd place at World Electronic Sports Games

Simon “Handsken” Haag (24 years old)

Coming from Frostburn Studios’ MOBA, Simon “Handsken” Haag played with jonassomfan and Era in NIP. After the Dota 2 roster was disbanded, he and Chessie played for complexity, taking the 5-6th place at The Shanghai Major 2016. While being in Alliance with Jonas Lindholm, they got the 3rd place at World Electronic Sports Games, as we mentioned above.

Adrian “Era” Kryeziu (23 years old)

Future The International 2018 champion n0tail massages his friend Era

As the previous three, Adrian “Era” Kryeziu started his path in HoN but moved to Dota 2 earlier than others. He played in Fnatic together with N0tail and Fly, and attended his first The International 2013, taking the 7-8th place, and then the second one in 2014, taking the 13-14th place. 

After disband Era joined other ex-HoN players in LAJONS, who then joined NIP. Later on it was a rollercoaster for the Swede: he played in No Diggity, Escape Gaming, NIP and Alliance. Surprisingly enough, Adrian could compete at TI 2016 while being a part of the SyndereN’s team. So, we can safely say this guy has no lack of experience. 

Almost all players in the Swedish team played together at one point or the other. They’re also good friends. As many other teams, the guys decided to get some fresh blood which can probably work out for their benefit. We can only wish luck to The Final Tribe as they might be the one taking the Reshuffle Madness champions title!


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