Adrian ‘Era’ Kryeziu
Era got his start in the competitive MOBA scene in the popular DotA clone “Heroes of Newerth” Since his transition to DotA 2, Era has been among the most highly mechanically skilled yet flexible carry positions in the game. Through his amazing consistency and utilizing his signature heroes like Tiny and Slardar, Era’s farming prowess and precise initiation timings have helped propel Escape Gaming to the top of the DotA 2 spotlight in Europe.
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Max ‘qojqva’ Broecker
qojqva is another big name in the European DotA scene. Despite taking a leave from competitive DotA in 2015, qojqva made a huge, dominant comeback as Escape Gaming’s mid laner. He is also making his return with his former team mate and captain “syndereN”. Consistently the net worth leader on his team, qojqva repeatedly makes big plays and dominates team fights with high skill heroes such as Tinker and Invoker while making it look easy.
Yazied ‘YapzOr’ Jaradat
Jordanian all star and the team’s unofficial clown, YapzOr burst onto the DotA 2 competitive scene in early 2015. Despite his recent arrival on the pro scene, YapzOr has established a name for himself through his aggressive yet calculated support play. Taking the greedier of the two support positions , YapzOr expertly helps orchestrate big team fights on heroes like Rubick and Earthshaker while maintaining a high level of farm in spite of his role.
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Troels ‘syndereN’ Nielsen
One of the most well known and respected figures in the DotA community, syndereN is considered by many to be a founding father of competitive DotA. In his return to professional gaming syndereN is taking up the role of the captain and the sacrificial support, as such he is tasked with drafting and developing strategies for the team. Manning heroes like Dazzle and Vengeful Spirit, syndereN’s shot-calling has helped Escape Gaming secure numerous victories.