Black^ Surprises Followers with an Spectacular 11.5K MMR and Stand-In Companies for Riyadh Masters 2023!

In a groundbreaking announcement, Black^, the famend skilled Dota 2 participant, has revealed that he has achieved an astonishing 11.5K MMR (Matchmaking Ranking). This achievement locations him among the many elite gamers within the Dota 2 group and solidifies his place as among the finest carries on this planet. The dedication, talent, and perseverance required to perform such a outstanding feat is a testomony to Black^’s relentless pursuit of excellence within the sport.

Along with his distinctive MMR, Black^ has additionally unveiled his stand-in companies for the upcoming Riyadh Masters 2023 match. Along with his huge expertise in aggressive Dota 2, Black^ is providing his experience as an alternative participant for groups collaborating within the prestigious occasion. His strategic insights and huge hero pool make him a precious addition to any crew, and his particular person talent can tremendously improve a crew’s possibilities of success within the match. Black^’s announcement has created a buzz of pleasure inside the Dota 2 group, as groups eagerly take into account the chance to have a participant of his caliber alongside them of their quest for victory at Riyadh Masters 2023.

Dominik “Black^” Reitmeier, knowledgeable Dota 2 participant, not too long ago took to Twitter to announce reaching 11.5k MMR and to supply his companies as a stand-in participant for the upcoming Riyadh Masters match. Black^ is often recognized to be a place 1 participant however expressed confidence in his means to play positions 1, 2, and three.

Nevertheless, his provide was met with skepticism from common Dota 2 streamer {and professional} participant Max “qojqva” Bröcker throughout a latest livestream, stating that he extremely doubts his claims of getting such excessive MMR.

Black^’s announcement and qojqva’s response

The tweet by Black^ acknowledged that his MMR was 11.5k at present and expressed his willingness to play as a stand-in on the Riyadh Masters 2023. He additionally states that he doesn’t want a visa to attend the match, as he has an “approved mercenary status,”

In response to the tweet, qojqva not too long ago took the time to react on his livestream and acknowledged that he extremely doubts that Black^ has achieved 11.5k MMR.

“So this guy (Black) tweeted if anyone needs a stand-in for Riyadh Masters hit me up, confident on position 1, 2, 3. 11.5k MMR. 11.5k… <coughs>. If he provides a legitimate screenshot of him being 11.5 k mmr, I will give him $100. That’s my offer. Dota 2 leaderboards… What is his name now? I don’t know. Yeah, I’m not gonna call anyone out but I highly, highly doubt it. I very much doubt it. But you know, it is what it is. I am a doubter for sure, 100%,” he mentioned.

Black^, who final performed competitively for, a Southeast Asian sub-organization of LGD, disbanded in 2020 and has been absent from the skilled scene since then. His tweet caught the eye of the Dota 2 group because the Riyadh Masters, a extremely anticipated Tier-1 occasion, approaches. The match, that includes twenty of the world’s finest Dota 2 groups, boasts a staggering prize pool of $15,000,000.

Because the Riyadh Masters approaches, groups collaborating within the match could require stand-ins if some gamers are unable to safe their visas in time. On this case, the requirement of getting gamers equivalent to Black^ could also be obligatory, nonetheless, qojqva’s response could elevate some doubts on whether or not the participant can play on the extent that he claims to be. Nonetheless, the occasion guarantees to ship thrilling matches and fierce competitors because the world’s finest groups battle for the coveted title and a share of the large prize pool