Quincy Crew left without KheZu

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.