The Dota 2 Team Spirit was created in 2015. The Russian organization signed its first composition on December 15. Good known CIS esportsmen such as «XBOCT», «Iceberg», «Illidan», «RAMZES666», «ALWAYSWANNAFLY» played in this team at different times.
Although the team managed to win the 2015 ProDotA Cup Europe # 1, the team did not do well afterward. At the tournament, the team took the last place, in the composition then played, «RAMZES666», «ALWAYSWANNAFLY», «Iceberg», «AfterLife» and «Goblak». Then in March, two players left the team at once, "RAMZES666" and «AfterLife», they were replaced by «Funn1k» and «Illidan». But they also did not stay long on the team. In May, Illidan and ALWAYSWANNAFLY left the band, and the organization signed XBOCT and Ghostik. With the new roster, the team tried to qualify for The International 2016, but unfortunately, they failed. The organization announced the dissolution of the roster. The new roster was signed only on December 15 from such players as «Bzz», «Iceberg», «DkPhobos», «fng», and «VANSKOR».
During this period of time, the team changed players many times. All this was due to the poor performance of the team. The best result for the team was victories in several Tier 3 tournaments. The team's most productive year was 2018, even though the team could not qualify for The International. In 2019, the team was still trying to break into some good tournaments, but it did not work.
In the fall of 2020, the team disbanded. On December 19, it was announced that the organization had signed the Yellow Submarine team and invited «Silent» as a trainer. At the end of 2020, the Dota 2 Team Spirit roster consists of: «Yatoro», «TORONTOTOKYO», «Collapse», «so bad», and «Miposhka».
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