The team was created in 2013 in the Philippines. In February, players who played for a long time in the Internet cafe TheNet.Com decided to create their own professional team. Only three years later, in 2016, the team managed to get on the world stage about DotA 2. And all this is because the team was able to manage to get Jimmy «DeMoN» Ho.
Then the team took first place in qualification at The International 2016. They became the first team from the Philippines after Mineski, who managed to achieve such a result. Immediately after this, the team faced a big problem. The problem was that the roster could not get VISA to the United States of America, where the tournament was supposed to be held. But with the help of Valve and the Senator of the Philippines, TnC Predator managed to get it and take part in The International 2016. The TnC Predator Dota 2 squad took 7-8th place at The International. The team then consisted of such players as Marc «Raven» Fausto, Carlo «Kuku» Palad, Sam «Sam_H» Hidalgo, Nico «eyyou» Barcelon, Jimmy «DeMoN» Ho.
Further, the team showed quite good results. It was able to gain first place from 2016 to 2019 in such tournaments as World Electronic Sports Games 2016, China Top 2017, Asia Pacific Predator League 2019, World Electronic Sports Games 2018.
In 2019, the team received a direct invitation to The International 2019, which again shows that the team level is relatively high. Since 2016, the team has been confidently and stably included in the world’s top 10 teams. And in Southeast Asia, he is fighting for the title of top one team with Fnatic and Mineski. The team was also able to win the Major, which took place in Hamburg ESL One Hamburg 2019, and beat teams such as The Alliance, Team Liquid, Gambit, and Ninjas in Pajamas.
At the time of 2019, the composition of the team looked like this: «Armel», «Gabbi», «kpii», «Tims», «March».
2020 started rather poorly for the team. The best result for the team was second place in the BTS Pro Series: Southeast Asia tournament. In the second half of 2020, in September, the team took first place at ESL One Thailand 2020: Asia. Later, the team started having difficulties, due to which «March» left the team.
As of December 2020, the team has only four active players.
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