Singapore-based Bleed Esports unveil Dota 2 roster headlined by JaCkky, DuBu

Singapore's Bleed Esports will be entering Dota 2 with a roster headlined by former BOOM Esports carry JaCkky and former TSM support DuBu. (Photo: Bleed Esports)
Singapore's Bleed Esports will be entering Dota 2 with a roster headlined by former BOOM Esports carry JaCkky and former TSM support DuBu. (Photo: Bleed Esports)

Singapore-based esports organisation Bleed Esports revealed their roster for the upcoming 2023 Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) season on Thursday (8 December) will be headlined by former BOOM Esports carry Souliya "JaCkky" Khoomphetsavong and former TSM position 5 support Kim "DuBu" Doo-young.

Meanwhile, Bleed's offlane duo comprises of former Fnatic offlaner Natthaphon "Masaros" Ouanphakdee and former Neon Esports position 4 support Prieme Ejay "PlayHard-" Maque.

Rounding out the roster is Singaporean newcomer Teng "Kordan" Tjin Yao, who will be the team's midlaner.

The team will also be coached by South Korean veteran Lee "Forev" Sang-don.

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Bleed Esports formally announced their entry into the Dota 2 competitive scene in late November, when they revealed that they purchased T1's slot in Division I of the DPC's Southeast Asian regional league.

Bleed Esports are the second new organisation to enter the Southeast Asian Dota 2 scene for the 2023 DPC season.

Filipino esports giant Blacklist International previously announced their entry with a Filipino all-star squad. Malaysia's Geek Fam also made its return to Dota 2 for the upcoming season after leaving the scene back in 2020.

With Bleed Esports joining the fray, the competition in the Southeast Asian Dota 2 scene is shaping up to be intense.

Other teams in Division I next season include BOOM Esports, Talon Esports, Fnatic, Team SMG, Blacklist International, Execration, and Lilgun.

Bleed Esports roster:

  1. Souliya "JaCkky" Khoomphetsavong

  2. Teng "Kordan" Tjin Yao

  3. Natthaphon "Masaros" Ouanphakdee

  4. Prieme Ejay "PlayHard-" Maque

  5. Kim "DuBu" Doo-young

  6. Lee "Forev" Sang-don (coach)

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