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Dendi
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Personal Information
Full Name Danylo Ishutin
Status Active
Date of birth December 30, 1989 (1989-12-30) (age 24)
Hometown Flag Ukraine.png Lviv
Country of origin Flag Ukraine.png Ukraine
Major Roles Semi-Carry, Solo, Ganker
Signature Heroes Shadow Fiend Pudge Invoker Tinker Puck Queen of Pain Rubick Templar Assassin
Professional Career
2008 Flag Ukraine.png WG
2008 Flag Ukraine.png Ks.int
2008–2009 Flag Ukraine.png DTS
2009 Flag Europe.png Ks.int
2009–2011 Flag Ukraine.png DTS
2011– Flag Ukraine.png Na`Vi
Steam account
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Danylo "Dendi" Ishutin (Ukrainian: Данило Ішутін) is a DotA player currently playing for Natus Vincere (Na`Vi). Many consider him to be the best solo mid player in the world.

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Professional Career

WG and Ks.int

Dendi started off his professional career at WG, and when Ks.int seemingly merged with WG in 2008, Dendi joined Ks.int.

DTS

Dendi joins the newly formed DTS-Gaming in October 2008.

Ks.int return

Dendi returns to Ks.int in March 2009.

DTS Return

DTS placed 2nd in ESWC 2010 and defeated EHOME in the group stage of WDC 2010 before eventually getting 3rd place.

Na`Vi

Dendi, along with Artstyle and LightofHeaven, left DTS to join Na`Vi early 2011. They won The International and ESWC 2011, the latter of which where Dendi's Pudge completely dominated EHOME with blind hooks in the finals, ending with 20 kills, 1 death, and 8 assists cementing his fame as one of the most famous Pudge players on the professional scene.

Honours

DTS

  • 2nd Place ASUS Open Autumn (2009)
  • 2nd Place OSPL Autumn (2009)
  • 2nd Place Pick League XIII - div1 (2010)
  • 1st Place Storm the Front #3 (2010)
  • 1st Place ASUS Open Spring (2010)
  • 2nd Place Electronic Sports World Cup (2010)
  • 1st Place ASUS Open Summer (2010)
  • 1st Place MYM Prime Defending #12 (2010)
  • 1st Place ASUS Open Autumn (2010)
  • 3rd Place World DotA Championship (2010)

Na`Vi

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