J.Storm add Fear to their Dota 2 roster ahead of the Chongqing Major.
- Updated: December 15, 2018
One of the most iconic Dota 2 players in North America has now joined a team for the upcoming year. Clinton “Fear” Loomis will be joining the J.Storm Dota 2 roster. He is a very versatile player and has played all positions and roles over his illustrious career. This is why he is a perfect part of any Dota 2 team. He recently played the Position 2 on Evil Geniuses. He is part owner and former player for Evil Geniuses. Together with Evil Geniuses he won The International 2015 and secured third place at The International 2016.
I’m happy to be re-united with old friends and new talent on J.Storm. I have been playing Dota from its roots with March and DeMoN and we have been very good friends ever since. I am very excited to be playing with FoREv, Moo and Bryle and I think they are some of the best core players I could wish to play with this season.
Clinton “Fear” Loomis
Fear is enthralled at playing with some of his older teammates. His career stretches back several years and he has had a ambitious past in his career. Joining J.Storm Fear hopes that he can replicate some of his past success.
J.Storm prepare for the Chongqing Major.
The North American team will next participate in the upcoming Dota 2 Chongqing Major. The Major already has had its fair share of controversies with the entire racist comments by Kuku and Skem. Valve banned Kuku from the Chongqing Major a well as fined TNC Predator a percentage of their DPC points.
First off, we would like to thank Milan for his contributions over the course of this season. These decisions are never easy and we’re sad to see him go. He’s a talented player and an overall great person, and we wish him all the best.
“Regarding Fear, we’re extremely excited to welcome one of the legends in Dota. We are looking forward to learning from him and seeing what he can bring to the organization.”
Chandler Dent, General Manager
With Fear on the team, in a support position; J.Storm hope to see more success. The team has had decent success in the past, but their recent results have not inspired confidence.
- David Moo Hull
- Jonathan Bryle De Guia
- Sangdon FoREv Lee
- Clinton Fear Loomis
- Taewon March Park
- Coach: Jimmy DeMoN Ho