Quincy Crew — WePlay AniMajor Team Profile
Quincy Crew is a Dota 2 team from the North American region. Find out the details about the team roster, defeats and victories during the WePlay AniMajor.
Quincy Crew is an orgless team from North America which was assembled in 2018. Since then, the players played under the banners of Forward Gaming and Chaos Esports Club, but eventually returned to the name of Quincy Crew.
Right now, Quincy Crew is considered to be one of the strongest teams in North America and their rivalry against Evil Geniuses is one of the most interesting in the Dota 2 scene.
Quincy Crew has no social networks.
As the elder (he is 24 y.o.) brother of TI champion Sumail "SumaiL" Hassan, the carry from Pakistan is no stranger to the professional Dota 2 scene. While his younger brother is a successful mid player, YawaR decided to play Carry role. He has played most of his career with his Quincy Crew teammates and has attended two TIs (7th-8th in 2018, 9th-12th in 2019).
His signature heroes are: Gyrocopter, Morphling and Ember Spirit.
Quinn began playing Dota 2 in 2012, but for quite some time, he struggled to break into the international scene. It was only after joining OpTic Gaming in 2017 that he began establishing himself as a skilled and fearless mid player. He was previously known as CCnC which meant “Cool, Calm and Collected”. In May 2021, he reached 12000 MMR.
His signature heroes are: Storm Spirit, Void Spirit and Ember Spirit.
Although the Brazilian offlaner is not as popular as his teammates, he is an experienced player. He began playing professionaly in 2014 and he left his home region in 2020 to join Ninjas in Pyjamas. Rodrigo is yet to achieve international success: his best tournament result comes in the form of a second place finish at Dota Summit 10. May WePlay AniMajor be the stage where the Brazilian star shines brightly!
His signature heroes are: Dark Seer, Batrider and Sand King.
Arif was born and raised in the United States by parents who immigrated from Bangladesh. His parents were strict, and he often played games in secret. The 25 y.o. support started his professional path eight years ago, playing for teams such as Fnatic, Cloud9, Evil Geniuses and mousesports. While Arif played for VGJ.Storm, he came second in MDL Changsha Major.
His signature heroes are: Clockwerk, Batrider and Beastmaster
The 27 y.o. American is mostly known under the nickname of SVG. During his long career, Avery played for many teams, including Cloud9, Team NP and VGJ.Storm. He was also the coach for Evil Geniuses, but returned to being an active player after his stint there.
His signature heroes are: Bane, Elder Titan and Witch Doctor.
This is the match where Quincy Crew claimed the crown of North America and clinched a Playoff spot in the WePlay AniMajor. It's a full Bo3 and the best Dota the region has to offer.
While Evil Geniuses were absent, Quincy Crew established dominance in the region. The Grand Final was the icing on the cake. 4Zoomers were destroyed and the match was a perfect 3:0 for QC.
While Quincy Crew were dominating the whole of North America in 2020, there was one loss that was especially painful. Team Zero managed to defeat QC in a dramatic full Bo5 Grand Final.
Quincy Crew was close to making it to the upper bracket of the first Major of DPC 2021, but they lacked only one win. In the loser's bracket, they got one of the thought draws possible: the CIS powerhouse of Virtus.pro. It was close fight, but in the end, Quincy Crew was eliminated in the first round.