Afterwards The International, numerous teams changed their players for the new season of DPC and the fight to get to the majors. Which team do you think just improved after changing the roster? This is Nisha's transfer from Secret to Liquid because MATUMBAMAN retired. Even though Team Secret was the finalists of TI (at the moment, unfortunately, the team is going through not the best times and was relegated to the 2nd division), Michał Jankowski, the real name of the Liquid mider, he decided to transfer.
MATUMBAMAN on the start of his retirement:
Now I'm resting, then I'm going to defend our country in the Finnish army for a bit. I haven't done my military service yet, so I'm thinking of going there in January. Let's see what will happen
Team Liquid results with Nisha are impressive. They became one of the first to receive a slot at the Lima Major due to the fact that they took first place in the WEU DPC with a score of 14-2. Currently, the team has 300 points and shares 1 first place in the list Dota Pro Circuit 2023. Jankowski is already a 3-time major champion, and with such a roster, he has every chance to become a 4-time champion.
Michał Jankowski about his move to Team Liquid
First of all, I wanted to try a new team, why Team Liquid, I don't know, I feel comfortable it seemed like the top organization in the world. I'm excited to join Team Liquid I'm looking forward to hanging out with them. I really wanted to play with Micke, for sure Insania” as a fun guy and I think he works hard, and I enjoy playing with him. Zai, I already played with, and I don't really like playing with one person so long. With Zai it's kind of different, you know the best player in the world at least like in person wise. Boxi like owned the TI, so why not
Nisha about himself and his gamestyle
I don't consider myself the best player, I'm definitely like up there, but I in some places that other people are better at I need to be enabled in some ways. I don't think, I had a power in last team to bring those things up, I think in this team, I will like a little more. I like playing heroes, that like poke enemies and deal damage, not necessarily kill them, but I want to be annoying. I like pushing limits I like when people get the mud at me like my enemies that's what I play for
How good is Nisha Dota 2?
Nisha started his career way back in 2014, joining the Polish team “Let's Do It”, he played with them in JoinDota League Europe 2.3, and playoffs to JoinDota League Europe Div 1.2. Subsequently, the squad was bought by a German organization ALTERNATE aTTaX and the team started playing under this tag until April 2017. They reverted to their native name but only for one month. Then they played for Team Singularity for 3 months before they became “Let's Do It” again, and after a month, they turn into Team Kinguin.
As part of “Let's Do It” Nisha performed at the DOTA Summit 8 and ESL One Katowice 2018, where he won the first popularity, then they took 9th -12th places. Team Kinguin announced it has released its Dota 2 roster on June 29th, Nisha stayed in the “Let's Do It” for a few more months, after which he was invited to Team Secret on September 11th, 2018.
With Puppey&co, Jankowski went a long way and became one of the best mid-laners in Europe. During the years of playing in Team Secret, he gained fame, on his account of victories at ESL One Hamburg 2018, The Chongqing Major, MDL Disneyland® Paris Major, DreamLeague Season 13, OMEGA League: Europe Immortal Division, and 4th, 3rd, 2nd places on The International 9, 10, 11 appropriately.
He also became the first Polish player to attend The International. Moreover, Nisha won the nomination as “Best player of the year in esports PC” in 2020, according to the Esports Awards, at the moment, his approximate total winnings are $2,291,311.
In conclusion, I can say that Nisha is still relatively young and will surprise everyone a lot more, although the video of his best moments is enough, this year Liquid is stronger than ever and can take a shot at TI, who is your favorite in this season? Share your experience with Cyber-sport.io. Subscribe and follow the latest eSports news!