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Created : 2016-06-02



Looking for : 5 Player(s)
Language : English
Level min : 4001 to 5000
Professional team : No
Remuneration : No
Role(s) :



After some thoughts we have decided to try and form a new 5 man[EU] team for Dota 2.
First of all - if you are impatient, like to flame or have the "elitist" ego this is not for you.
I have experience with teams dating (managed 5 teams in dota , 2, 1 team in HON) and competitive play.
lvl.SiX Get to competitive level (Don't expect that to happen in 1 week, alot of training, training, training is required.)

All are open for all but the best was be play that what you can and love to play. 1,2,3,4,5

1. Skill Mid++
2. Being active (everyday availability evening time/ ~19:30-24 GMT +2/)
3. Loving your role and sticking to it(don't like role swapping)
4. Microphone/DISCORD 
5. Punctuality
6. Patience

What you should have:
- equally high skilled players meaning: stuff like stacking, pulling, (counter) warding, not auto-attacking, when to push lanes, etc,... should be really self-evident and actually not even necessary to be mentioned.. But still I write it to make clear what I expect
- clan captain should be experienced in leading and coordinating team as well as picking line-ups
- really important: time to play. I totally understand that it is just a game and most people just play it for fun, but I seriously want to take my game to a higher level with a great team. So I need a people, that practices more often than just 3 times a week. Apart from having fun, you really should take this game serious and want to participate in leagues.
- due to timezones and serverproblems you should be European.

If you are interested or want to ask more details add me on :


- This Homepage http://teamlevelsix.com/
- Steam - http://steamcommunity.com/id/neyyat/
- Steam - http://steamcommunity.com/groups/teamlevelsixcommiunity


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