German esports player Maurice 'KheZu' Gutmann spoke about his departure from the Quincy Crew after the end of The International 10. He was on this team as a coach. In addition, the professional player spoke about the results of the joint work done with the Dota 2 roster.
According to Gutmann, his work in the team as a coach was not bad. Now he wants to return to the team as a player. He intends to play in fifth or third position. If he is called a coach, then he will agree to such an offer:
This year I grew a lot and things clicked for me. I want to put my ideas and drafting skills to the test, ideally as a captain from pos 3/5.I’m also confident in my work as a coach. I feel like I have a new perspective of understanding Dota/complimenting heroes. A year ago, I think I didn’t have the confidence or the skills to do to it. All I'm looking for is to commit with a group that I believe in. I feel ready to go even further and have a chance to prove myself.That said, my DMs are open!
On October 1, it became known that Maurice Gutmann will work with the Quincy Crew as a coach at The International 10. Together with him, the team managed to reach the second round of the lower bracket. There QC lost to OG. The team failed to take a single card from their opponents there, as a result of which the Quincy Crew finished their way in the event and took 9-12 place. For their work, QC received a cash reward of $ 800,000. Rodrigo 'Lelis' Santos also recently left the Quincy Crew as we talked about yesterday.
The International 10 ran from October 7th to 17th. The total prize pool of the Dota 2 World Championship was over $ 40,000,000. The winners of the event were the CIS players from Team Spirit, who earned $ 18,208,300.