Which teams has Dendi played for?

Feb 20 2020 2 min read
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Dota 2 has many legendary professional players that more or less have influenced the poplarity of this awesome game. Even though some of them are not active anymore, a large amount of the best Dota 2 player are still playing today, and one of them is Danil "Dendi" Ishutin. This player has often considered as one of the best mid laners in the world, despite the fact that he hasn't played in any big event recently. Loved my millions of players from all over the world, Dendi has proven himself as a very strong and most importantly - friendly player that always brings positive vibes.

Having said that, today, we will take a look at his career and the teams that he's played for after Dota 2 was released. That's important because Dendi used to be a very good DotA player as well back in the days.

Natus Vincere

Of course, the first team that Dondo played in was Natus Vincere. In fact, this was the team that made him what he is today because he achieved many great things. Even though it's hard to point at something and say that this is the biggest achievement, we believe that in this case, that has to be The International trophy. Together with Puppey and the rest from the legendary team, Natus Vincere absolutely ripped through the competition and became the first TI champion. 

What's more, they've continued to dominate in the following years as well, securing two second-place finishes after losing the Grand Finals. One of the main reason for all that was Dendi and his incredible mid lane skills that carried his team to victory.

Unfortunately, the CIS powerhouse slowly but streadily started to lose its strength, so something had to change. As a result, Dendi decided that it's time for him to leave after spending nearly 10 years in this team.

Tigers & The Pango

The next challenege ahead of the legendary Ukanian player was Tigers. He decided to team up with a couple of "teamless" players back then and try their luck in the DPC qualifiers. However, their journey was short lived because they are just not able to achieve anything.

Following that, Dendi tried to play for another team - The Pango. Long story short, the same happened - the team was just unable to live up to the expectations.


After the unsuccessful attempts in other teams, Dendi decided to form his very own organization and start playing with it. As a result, B8 was born and so far, it seems like this team definitely has potential. However, we are yet to see if they will survive the test of time.


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