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beastcoast
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Peru Peru
Created:2019-05-01
Team Information
Captain:Peru Stinger
Coach(es):Peru RedMonster
Links
Website:https://beastcoast.gg/
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beastcoast is a North American esports organization, founded in July 2017. They started a bootcamp in Brazil for their Dota 2 team during the DPC 2019-2020, however they moved to Peru shortly after.

Timeline[]

  • May 1st - The team signs TEAM TEAM.[1]
  • May 29th - EternaLEnVy and tmt depart the team.[2]
  • June 30th - Mandy and MoOz join the team.[3]
  • September 17th - MoOz leaves to join J.Storm.[4]
  • September 18th - Ryoya leaves to join Geek Fam.[5]
  • September 19th - Mandy leaves to join e-Lions.[6]
  • September 28th - Brax leaves to join J.Storm.[7]
  • October 4th - Team Anvorgesa is signed.[8]

  • May 25th - MoOz joins the team as coach and stand-in.[9]
  • June 12th - MoOz joins the active roster while Stinger will be taking a break.[10]
  • July 16th - Stinger returns to the active roster.
  • December 14th - The team part ways with Mooz.[11]

  • January 13th - Coach RedMonster returns to the team.[12]
  • March 13th - Yadomi joins as substitute player.[13]

  • Player Roster[]

    Active[]

    ID Name Position Join Date
    Peru K1 Héctor Antonio Rodríguez Asto 1 2019-10-04
    Peru Chris Luck Jean Pierre Gonzales Salazar 2 2019-10-04
    Bolivia Wisper Adrián Céspedes Dobles 3 2019-10-04
    Peru Scofield Elvis Joel De la Cruz Peña 4 2019-10-04
    Peru Stinger Captain Steven Vargas Mamani 5 2019-10-04
    Peru Yadomi Junior Reyes Rimari Sub 2021-03-13

    Former[]

    Former Players
    ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
    Peru MoOz Joel Mori Ozambela Coach 2020-05-25 2020-12-14 Thunder Predator Thunder Predator (Player)

    External links[]

    References[]

    1. beastcoast (2019-05-01). "announcing our entry into #Dota2…". Twitter. Archived from the original on 2020-11-10. Retrieved 2019-05-01.
    2. "Dota 2 Roster Changes". beastcoast. 2019-05-29. Archived from the original on 2020-11-10. Retrieved 2019-05-29.
    3. beastcoast (2019-06-30). "it's time to #makewaves!". Twitter. Archived from the original on 2020-11-10.
    4. beastcoast (2019-09-17). "Roster Update". Twitter. Archived from the original on 2020-11-10. Retrieved 2019-09-18.
    5. Geek Fam (2019-09-18). "Hey Fam! We're excited to finally announce our official GEEK FAM Dota 2 lineup for Dota Pro Circuit 2019-2020!". Facebook. Archived from the original on 2020-11-10. Retrieved 2019-09-18.
    6. Paulo Fong (2019-09-19). "Olha a line-up desse primeiro qualify!" (in Portuguese). Twitter. Archived from the original on 2020-11-10. Retrieved 2019-09-19.
    7. "J.Storm Dota 2 Roster Update". J.Storm. 2019-09-28. Archived from the original on 2020-11-10. Retrieved 2019-09-28.
    8. beastcoast (2019-10-04). "We are proud to announce the signing of the Anvorgesa stack, coming off their inspiring top 8 run at TI9.". Twitter. Archived from the original on 2020-11-10.
    9. beastcoast (2020-05-25). "it's good to have you back, mooz!". Twitter. Archived from the original on 2020-11-10.
    10. beastcoast (2020-06-12). "starting at BTS Pro Series Season 2: Americas, Mooz is joining our starting roster and Stinger is going on break.". Twitter. Archived from the original on 2020-11-10.
    11. beastcoast (2020-12-14). "con miras a la próxima DPC, hoy nos toca anunciar que Mooz no formará más parte del equipo para la próxima temporada" (in Spanish). Facebook.
    12. beastcoast (2021-01-13). "a unos cuantos días del inicio de la DPC, nos complace anunciar el retorno de nuestro coach Redmonster" (in Spanish). Facebook.
    13. beastcoast (2021-03-13). "nos complace anunciar que YadomiJr será quién nos estará acompañando como Standin durante su transcurso." (in Spanish). Facebook.
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