A former B8 and Team Empire TSA player has passed away at the age of 26

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Sergey [T]SA Timchenko, a Russian Dota 2 cyber athlete, died at the age of 27. The promising player previously played for teams such as B8 and Team Empire.

[T]SA has been competing on the professional Dota 2 scene since 2019. He has represented Winstrike Team, B8 Esports, Team Empire and other teams. In December 2022, Timchenko was permanently banned by Valve and PGL for transferring accounts to third parties while competing.

Sergey TSA Timchenko was a Russian professional Dota 2 player who played as a sapport player. He passed away in February 2024 at the age of 26. At the beginning of his career, he shone at local tournaments such as Moscow Cup 2018 and Russian eSports Cup 2018 in the kerry position.

He became a truly recognizable TSA player in early 2021, when he moved to B8 - the organization of the famous Ukrainian player Danil Dendi Ishutin. Sergiy became one of Dendi most constant partners - he played both during the lineup with the Brazilian players and after their departure.

Earlier, Norwegian Dota 2 player Tommy Taiga Le announced his decision to leave the professional scene. About this the cybersportsman told on Twitter.

Winstrike Team
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Winstrike Team
B8
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B8
Team Empire
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Team Empire
TSA (Sergey Timchenko)
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TSA (Sergey Timchenko)
Taiga (Tommy Le)
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Taiga (Tommy Le)
Dendi (Danil Ishutin)
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Dendi (Danil Ishutin)
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