Pro DOTA Player Controls Three Heroes At Once, Helps Win Match

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On March 11, a pro DOTA 2 game in the Star Ladder Europe tournament (between Team Secret and DUZA Gaming) suffered from connectivity issues, so much so that two of Team Secret's five players were disconnected. Rather than pause the game and wait it out, though, one of Secret's players put da team on his back.

Making the most of a bad situation, Ludwig "Zai" Wahlberg took control of three heroes for a bit (normally, one player controls one hero).

Team Secret even went on to win 2-0. You can see the 3 v 5 game below.

Those of you struggling to control one hero will appreciate how good that is at the best of times.

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(via Daily Dot)

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This is cheating in my opinion. You can say it is a disadvantage all you want, but having a single brain between 3 characters to focus fire and do everything needed perfectly is unfair in a team game. I'm not surprised in the slightest that someone controlling all 3 can beat a team of 5 different brains which can then make mistakes by being apart or not focusing certain heroes correctly.