Aui_2000

Aui_2000

Kurtis Ling, 25 years Canada

6
Gold in tournaments:
  • BTS Americas #3
  • The International 2015
  • Dota Pit League Season 3
  • Dota 2 Asia Championships
  • NVIDIA Game24 DotA 2 Invitational
  • MLG Championship
17
Silver in tournaments:
  • ZOTAC Cup Masters
  • Northern Arena BEAT Invitational
  • Moonduck Studios Dota 2 Cup
  • ESL One Frankfurt 2015
  • The Summit 3
  • JoinDOTA MLG Pro League Season #1
  • The Summit 2
  • ASUS ROG DreamLeague Season 2
  • World Cyber Arena 2014
  • World E-sport Championships 2014
  • DreamHack Bucharest 2014
  • Monster Energy Invitational
  • ASUS ROG DreamLeague Season 1
  • EIZO Cup #11
  • Dota 2 Champions League Season 2
  • Dota 2 Champions League Season 1
  • Dota 2 League Season 4
3
Bronze in tournaments:
  • WePlay Dota2 League Season 3
  • SLTV StarSeries X LAN Finals
  • ESL One New York
Prize:

$1,735,277.00

Won
Draws
Lose
59.21% (315)
7.71% (41)
33.08% (176)

Total matches: 532

Aui_2000

Kurtis Ling, 25 years Canada

Aui_2000 is a Canadian professional Dota 2 player. He won The International 5 with Evil Geniuses. He became famous in 2012, playing for PotM Bottom and Dignitas. In September 2013 he joined RSnake.int, who shortly after moved to Cloud 9. They placed 5th-6th at TI4, but the player was kicked in January 2015. Curtis signed with Evil Geniuses, and in February the team won Dota 2 Asia Championships. However, the player peaked at TI5, placing first with EG. After the tournament Aui_2000 was suddenly removed from the team. This controversial decision was discussed a lot. After that Curtis made the new Digital Chaos. Even though Digital Chaos were strong locally, they wouldn't defeat top-tier teams from Europe and Asia. In March 2016 EG asked Aui to return after they had lost two players. Fortunately, Aui_2000 decided no bring up the past and accepted the offer. Aui_2000 played Carry for quite a while, but then switched to Support. He has been playing Carry once again since the beginning of 2016. His signature heroes are Visage, Chen, Enigma.

Participation in teams