Starting from Pro Player Lost Saga to Dota 2, Aville tells of his career as a pro player

Starting from Pro Player Lost Saga to Dota 2, Aville tells of his career as a pro player

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The name Adit Rosenda or what we usually know as Aville is a former one of the best captains ever in the Indonesian Dota 2 scene. Starting from the Zero Latitude team, this team transformed into EVOS Esports and Dota 2 is their first division. If you are a Lost Saga player, of course you are familiar with the Aville nickname. Through a Podcast from Dimas Surya Rizki or what we usually know as Dejet, Aville agrees that he is a former Lost Saga competitive player.

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Source: Dejet YouTube

However, it is not only about that. In this Podcast, Aville also tells how he is currently developing. The former tough offlaner who now fills in the Reality Television show for talent search in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang said that he is currently still involved in the event. Aville also shared that the last year at EVOS Esports as a Dota 2 player was quite tough at that time.

Looking for the last piece among the 4 remaining players, EVOS Esports is difficult to determine the final player. They last used Andrew “Drew ‘Halim as a player. But alas, EVOS Esports Dota 2 Division disbanded. However, Aville himself said that he still likes Dota 2. Until now, Aville is still actively providing coaching for new Dota 2 players. However, if asked whether he would step back into a competitive player, he said he was not sure he would come back down.

However, Aville advised the players who are currently still active in Dota 2 to always maintain their mentality. The more you have a good mentality, the better you will be at playing Dota 2. What do you think about Aville’s opinion?

Source: Dejet YouTube

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Apart from the headlines in this article, the KotGa Crew also have an interesting discussion that you can watch in the video below.

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