Fear Comes Out of Retirement to Join J.Storm
2018-12-18

Fear Comes Out of Retirement to Join J.Storm

One of the most experienced Dota 2 players Clinton "Fear" Loomis has returned to the competitive scene after retiring almost six months ago. The player has joined the North American team J.Storm as a support to replace the Bosnian player Milan "MiLAN" Kozomara.

Fear is a 30-years-old player from United States, whose Dota 2 career started way back in 2011. The player had spent most of his career in Evil Geniuses, playing on different positions as well as coaching the team. With them he won multiple premier events, including The International 2015. The player left Evil Geniuses this May, since then he hasn’t been playing for any team. In J.Storm he will play as position 4.

MiLAN has been playing for J.Storm since September. Together they qualified for The Kuala Lumpur Major, where the team placed 9-12th. The team also managed to place first in the North American qualifier for The Chongqing Major.

J.Storm:

  • David "Moo" Hull
  • Jonathan Bryle "bryle" Santos De Guia
  • Lee "Forev" Sang-don
  • Clinton "Fear" Loomis
  • Park "March" Tae-won (captain)