NDAC – NutZ Dota 2 Amateur Cup- will be hosted by Wong “NutZ” Jeng Yih, former MVP.Phoenix player,for locals to participate in. The pro player will be hosting the event as an attempt to expose more inexperienced players to competition. 16 teams will compete for the $1,000 prize pool that bans top Singaporean teams and players from participating this coming Sunday, December 13th.
https://t.co/s4FQLjFDe3 Hosting an amateur DotA compy for our fellow Singaporean community! Do check out!
— Wong Jeng Yih (@NutZdoto) December 4, 2015
NDAC is a one day event that will be taking place on Sunday at the Oasis cybercafe in Selegie Road.
16 teams have already registered to compete in the group stage and double elimination bracket event, meeting the maximum amount of participants.
“I wanted to let more players be exposed to the competitive scene and the environment”
– Wong “NutZ” Jeng Yih stated
While top players and teams from Singapore have been banned for competing, one player that stands out from the rest in performance will be deemed MVP of the tournament and will be awarded with a Razer product.
NDAC Captains Mode
Main Event (8 teams remaining)
NDAC Overthrow Custom Mode
NDAC Prediction Draw
Wong “NutZ” Jeng Yih
On August 16th Wong “NutZ” Jeng Yih had announced that he is leaving MVP.Phoenix and South Korea and returning to his home country, Singapore. The Korean team took a commendable seventh place at TI5 and stirred much interest in the Korean Dota 2 scene during their journey at the event.
Wong “NutZ” Jeng Yih had announced on his Twitter account that he keft Korea and headed back to Singapore. Nutz was in the country for one year, while he was playing for MVP, having originally joined the organization in August of 2014, as a member of MVP.Hot6ix.
NutZ’s departure appears to be an amicable one and the support player has not made any other announcements regarding future plans.