Ex-NAVI player wants to build his Dota roster

Ukrainian e-sportsman gave an interview for journalist Natus Vincere, b2ru, in which he spoke about his plans for the near future. He also shared his problems, which made it extremely difficult for him to pursue a career in the professional Dota 2 scene.

Dendi wants to assemble his composition, and possibly create an organization, the development of which he will be engaged in. The player said that he is confident in his abilities and wants to use the gained experience and knowledge to successfully manage the team, and not be used by himself.

Danil Ishutin says he cannot make contact with Tier-1 players due to unsatisfactory results over the past 3 years. He does not agree with the general opinion regarding the connection between his skill and age. Danil believes that he can still act as an e-sportsman at a good level. Despite this, the only way out for him was to create his own team with which he could develop and rise to the Tier-1 level.

Danil 'Dendi' Ishutin is mostly known for his performances at Natus Vincere. He played under the tag of this organization from 2010 to 2018. The Ukrainian became the first player to win at The International and was a grand finalist in the next two TIs. After Dendi left the NAVI location, the eSportsman acted as a replacement for Secret and Vega Squadron. From January to April, Danil was a member of the Tigers and tried to go through open qualifications at The International 2019, but this was unsuccessful. Ishutin played the last official games as part of The Pango.