Dota Summit 11 features eight teams to kick off the 2019-2020 Dota Pro Circuit season. Most of the tournament is a mix of names both big and small within the DOTA 2 pro community, so who should players be following this tournament?
DOTA Summit 11: 3 Teams to Look out For
1. jshfh178 (Yes, that's their real name): Despite their mess of a name, this team has been a looming presence in plenty of tournaments this year. Made up of mostly Belarussian and Ukranian players, they first made a name for themselves after spoiling Vritus.pro's chance of sweeping the qualifiers of the MDL Chengu Major.
2. Geek Fam: Geek Fam is running an entirely new roster in 2019 alone, so team chemistry will definitely play a major role in determining their success. Former Fnatic Coach Dubu will step into a player role for Geek Fam, allowing them to soar past many preseason expectations.
3. Hellraisers: Hellraisers will be making their official return to professional DOTA 2 at this tournament, as it is the first one they've been able to qualify for this year. As long as they can get past the news that ALOHADANCE won't be practicing, then they should really prove their upturn in play this year to fans.
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