Escape Gaming has signed the No Diggity Dota 2 team, just days after the squad was invited to the European qualifier for The International 6.
No Diggity has been playing together for some months now, placing fourth at DreamLeague and qualifying for events such as EPICENTER. The team’s strong performances granted them an invitation to the European qualifier for The International 6. Having secured the invitation it was announced that Escape Gaming signed the team, meaning No Diggity will now play under the Escape gaming name.
The new Escape Gaming Dota 2 team is currently bootcamping in Germany, although mid laner Max ‘qojqva’ Broecker won’t join the team until June 24th due to school commitments. The team will practise together for 10 days before taking part in the qualifiers where they will hope to secure a spot in the main event of TI6.
“We’re really excited to work with the team and to provide them with the support that they need to achieve their ambitions and goals,” said a post on the Escape Gaming website. “The roster is looking really strong right now and with a huge wealth of experience we’re ready to give it everything we’ve got in The International and beyond.”