Before the second season of DPC 2021 begins, a lot of teams are making changes to their official rosters. Similarly, Tundra Esports has also signed a new professional for its upcoming series. Jingjun ‘Sneyking’ Wu is the official fifth member of Tundra Esports. The organization officially announced the signing of the new member.  

Fifth Member

Tundra Esports had an empty slot in the official roster since Malthe ‘Biver’ Winther announced his retirement from the competitive scene. To find the missing member, the team has looked for every region of the game. Eventually, the organization found an answer from the North American region as Sneyking is ready to play from Tundra Esports in the upcoming second season of the DPC. 

The professional is leaving the North American region to play from Europe for the first time. Sneyking played alongside Ppd and Fear in the previous season of DPC from the stack Sadboys. He will definitely bring exciting changes to the team.

SneyKing’s Response

As Tundra Esports announced the official signing of Sneyking, the professional expressed his feelings through social media. He said that he is thankful for the opportunity Tundra Esports has provided him. He also said that he is excited to play competitive Dota from the European region. This is something that I always wanted to do as Europe has always been the strongest region of the game. Sneyking also said that he is ready for the upcoming DPC season and will try his best to bring out some exciting results for the team. 

Goodbye Sadboys

Sneyking has left the new Sadboys roster and now goes to the European stack. Sadboys has gone through multiple changes in recent times including a semi-rebrand that only lasted less than a month. 

Tundra’s Roster

As a new member joins the stack, Tundra Esports completes its roster. The new stack contains Oliver ‘Skiter’ Lepko, Leon ‘Nine’ Kirilin, Sneyking, 33, and Fata. The new roster looks strong and decent. It is just a matter of time when we see this team playing together. 

Tundra’s Previous results

Tundra Esports is a very strong team that operates in the strongest region of Dota 2. Maintaining the form and level of play is not easy in this region, but Tundra has always given huge moments to the fans. The previous season for Tundra Esports was not so good as they did not earn any DPC points. The team finished sixth in the upper division of the European region. Similarly, Tundra earned $24,000 as prize money from the regional leagues but did not win any DPC points as they could not make it to the main stage of the Major. 

Tundra’s new roster looks promising as Sneyking joins the stack. The professional is changing his region, which means that the team will take some time to adjust its game pace and coordination with the new member. The regional leagues of the second season are going to begin very soon and we will get to see Tundra performing with Sneyking once again.