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This article is about the professional player. For other uses, see MP (disambiguation).
MP
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Background Information
Name:표노아
Romanized name:Pyo No-a
Birthdate:1994-4-16 (age 27)
Country:South Korea South Korea
Role:Carry
Alternate IDs:MentalProtector, Mental Protector, Dagger
Signature heroes:Juggernaut icon.png Lifestealer icon.png Ember Spirit icon.png
Links
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OpenDota:101450083
Twitter:MentalProtector
Twitch:mpdota
History
Dota 2:
2013-10-11 — 2014-01-07
StarTale
2014-01-07 — 2014-04-27
BirdGang
2014-04-27 — 2015-02-27
Pokerface
2015-02-27 — 2015-08-26
2015-08-26 — 2016-08-15
2016-08-27 — 2017-08-14
2017-09-07 — 2017-09-13
Team Pheonix
2017-09-13 — 2018-09-07
2018-09-12 — 2019-06-28
2019-06-28 — 2019-09-31
Fnatic (Inactive)
2020-03-03 — 2020-11-24
T1 (Coach)

Pyo "MP" No-a is a Korean professional Dota 2 player who last coached T1 T1.

Biography[]

When Nexon announced their Dota 2 leagues, MP joined StarTale and won the first season of the Nexon Sponsorship League, securing $93,000 and a place in the EMS One Fall LAN Finals in Tychy Poland but did not succeed past the group stage.[1] After leaving StarTale, MP later joined other Korean teams such as BirdGang, Pokerface and later arriving in MVP HOT6ix, MVP's secondary squad. MP qualified for The International 2015 after beating their primary squad of the same organisation, MVP Phoenix 3-1 in the South-East Asian Qualifiers. However poor results saw a roster change and MP later joined MVP Phoenix on the 26 August 2015.[2] The remaining duration of 2015 saw poor results and resulted in Forev replacing Heen. With a newly formed lineup, MP began to experience further growth and experience under the captaincy of QO into 2016. During Spring 2016, he won Dota Pit League Season 4 and We Play Dota 2 League S3 resulting a direct invitation for The International 2016. At the main event, he finished 5-6th place and after speculation of a renewed contract with MVP Phoenix, he later joined Team Secret on the 27th August 2016.[3]

Achievements[]

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With MVP Phoenix

2016
Date Place Event Opponent Winnings
2016-05-01 A11st WePlay League Season 3 3 : 1  Vega Squadron Vega Squadron $104,120
2016-04-15 A77th - 8th StarLadder i-League Invitational 0 : 2  OG OG $2,500
2016-04-10 A33rd - 4th BTS Southeast Asia #4 1 : 2  TnC Gaming TnC Gaming $1,000
2016-03-20 A11st Dota Pit League Season 4 3 : 0  Evil Geniuses Evil Geniuses $97,359
2016-03-05 A44th Shanghai Major 2016 0 : 2  Evil Geniuses Evil Geniuses $255,000
2015
2015-12-06 A44th Game Show Global eSports Cup Season 1 0 : 2  Vega Squadron Vega Squadron $25,000
2015-10-17 A55th - 6th MLG World Finals 2015 0 : 2  Team Secret Team Secret $11,398
2015-10-11 A11st World Cyber Arena 2015 - SEA Pro Qualifiers 2 : 1  TnC Gaming TnC Gaming $47,280

With MVP HOT6ix

2015
Date Place Event Opponent Winnings
2015-08-03 B313th - 16th The International 5 0 : 1  Invictus Gaming Invictus Gaming {{{prize}}}

Interviews[]

References[]

  1. TheEmulator (2013-11-09). "Team StarTale wins the Nexon Sponsorship League". Liquid Dota. Retrieved August 30, 2016.
  2. Ben "PineappleCake" Tan (August 26, 2015). "Update: Heen, MP joins MVP.Phoenix, MVP.hot6ix three players down". GosuGamers. Retrieved August 30, 2016.
  3. "THE NEXT CHAPTER". Team Secret. 2016-08-27. Retrieved August 30, 2016.
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