Can DFM improve or repeat last year’s success at Worlds ’22?
Worlds is one week away and the hype cannot be any higher! Just like last year, the Japanese representative DFM will be going through the play-ins stage, hoping to repeat the performance they achieved. But how are they looking and will they have a chance?
After achieving their best result at Worlds last year, DFM saw two of their players leave during the offseason. Korean mid Aria left for KT Rolster while support Gaeng was unable to find a new destination.
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