Tundra signs ex- OG player Saksa to complete the Dota 2 roster.

Tundra signs ex- OG player Saksa: Today, the London-based esports organization Tundra has announced it’s brand new Dota 2 player: North Macedonian Martin “Saksa” Sazdov (pictured).

Saksa’s arrival is the finalization of Tundra’s Dota 2 roster after departing from Adrian “Fata” Trinks.

 This German player was exiled from the team last week because Tundra tried to ensure “the highest level of chemistry for our team to perform better this season.”

As Fata was captain of the team, Tundra had changed Jingjun “Sneyking” Wu to position five and had given him team captain moving forward.

Before his move to Tundra, Saksa competed with Ninjas in Pyjamas and OG. Also, he was in a coaching role with the Ukrainian organization, HellRaisers in 2017.

The entire Tundra Dota 2 lineup is as follows:

  • Oliver ‘Skiter’ Lepko
  • Leon Kirilin ‘Nine’
  • Neta “33′ Shapira
  • Martin ‘Saksa’ Sazdov
  • Jingjun ‘Sneyking’ Wu – (captain)
  • Kurtis ‘Aui_2000’ Ling (coach)

Anthony Graham, Tundra’s co-founder and director of operations and esports Tundra’s co-founder and esports and operations director, Anthony Graham, Tundra’s co-founder, and esports and operations director. “We are thrilled to be welcoming Saksa. He’s already formed an excellent relationship with our team that we believe is crucial to their performance.”

Ultimately, we aim to get to the international level, only possible with synergy. 

Saksa has a wealth of knowledge for the team, and we’re hoping that he will help us reach the next stage.

“We are highly conscious of the reaction of the community, particularly concerning the long-term agreements we can offer.

 We believe this provides more stability and consistency to our players, which isn’t common in the world of esports. 

As we expand as an organization, we will continue to improve how we interact with our players, to make sure they feel safe and secure while figuring out how we can improve our performance. “

Saksa said: “All of my teammates are truly fantastic, and I am convinced that we’re able to achieve amazing things when we work together. In the near term, I’ll figure out how things work within the team and become familiar with how everyone communicates. I’m hoping that all the work we do produce good results and someday wins the in TI.”

In the past year, Tundra’s Dota team has participated in this year’s DPC, DreamLeague, the OGA Pit Dota 2 tournament following their win at ESL One Fall 2021, and many more.

Tundra has been busy in various other games, too. Tundra recently moved to Fortnite after signing UK player Veno, and Tundra was also a part of Valorant after signing Guild, Vitality, and Alliance players previously.