Former TI champion Peter “ppd” Dager announces his return to competitive Dota 2
In a surprising, yet exciting statement, the Dota 2 legendary player Peter "ppd" Dager announced his return to competitive Dota 2. In April 2020, he announced his retirement. However, it looks like the champion is making a comeback in this year's DPC.
It seems like Peter Dager cannot stay away from competitive Dota for too long. He is returning to the competitive Dota 2 scene, alongside his former teammate and TI-champions, Clinton “Fear” Loomis. The two of them will be playing for the new Sandboys lineup.
The decision Peter Dager took to entire retirement was something of a personal choice. He decided to focus on his personal growth for a while, over competing with players across the world. But, it is hard for competitive players to stay away from the Dota 2 fever.
With some new features being added to heroes like Shards & new neutral items, many felt it was only a matter of time before the legendary former TI-champion makes his comeback to the professional scene.
Peter "ppd" Dager, in a blog post, announced why he was coming back from retirement. Fans were absolutely overjoyed to hear this news, and have reached out to express their wishes to him.
- Clinton “Fear” Loomis
- David “dnm” Cassio
- David “Moo” Hull
- Jingjun “Sneyking” Wu
- Peter “ppd” Dager
The team of Sadboys was initially formed in 2004, with ppd & fear at its core! Soon, the two champion players were picked up by Evil Geniuses & they went on to win TI in 2015. Now, the newly reformed roster of Sadboys will be in action in the Dota Pro Cup, which starts from January 18. They will be eager to claim the throne of NA, and knock off Evil Geniuses from contention.
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