One of the strongest Korean Esports organization T1 announced that they are going to have the 32-year-old Park ‘March’ Tae-won back in their team. March will join the official roster as the head coach of the Dota 2 official team. With this connection with the team, March joins with the former teammate, Pyo ‘MP’ No-a, from team MVP Phoenix.
South Korean captain and support player March goes back to his rootshttps://t.co/TzQL4d0wku
— VPESPORTS (@VPesports) October 26, 2020
T1’s Hopes with March
T1 hopes that March will bring a lot of success to the team. As the professional holds experience in the esports industry for around a decade, this will definitely favor the team. Similarly, his recent success with Southeast Asia’s best teams will bring back the stability that T1 needs for its professional Dota 2 team.
March and his History
March played as an active member of the squad this year. He played and captained the Dota 2 team TNC Predator. Under his watch, the team won the Dota 2 MDL Chengdu Major for the first time ever. However, as TNC decided to lead to another path, the organization released the captain free from its official Dota 2 team, at the end of September.
Before getting into the official roster of TNC, March got himself into the coaching world. He then coached for several teams. These lucky teams, to have March as their coach are Fnatic, Wind and Rain, and short-lived Echo.
T1’s History and Present
T1 is an old esports organization that has entered the Dota 2 world recently. The entry into the Dota 2 seems a little lackluster as T1 failed to perform on the main stages. The team also faced a lot of trouble in completing the official squad. Moreover, T1 took around four months just to sign the Korean Offlaner Lee ‘Forev’ Sang-don. Later on, T1 built the whole squad around this player.
As the team finished its official roster, it faced a lot of trouble in performing in the games. A series of poor performances led the team to be unable to qualify for any sort of tournaments in Dota 2. Later on, Valve halted the Dota Pro Circuit due to the Coronavirus pandemic issues. As the team faced troubles in performing during the games, the official squad witnessed a lot of changes. Throughout T1’s Dota 2 run, the team has gone through a lot of squad changes. Currently, the team is still missing a position 1 player for its official roster.
As the Singaporean Carry Galvin ‘Meracle’ Kang left the team in September, T1 is looking for a position 1 player for its official squad.
March joins T1 as head coach https://t.co/1v4dS8m9YR
— Dota 2 Reddit (@dota2reddit) October 26, 2020
With March joining T1, the organization is hoping that it will definitely find the hidden form. Fans are also excited about the new move by March. Although the new head coach has coached a lot of other Dota 2 organizations, this time, it is going to be his test. March needs to work really hard to bring back T1 to its form and perform in the series.