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Player Information
Name:
David William Hull
Birth:
November 9, 1995 (1995-11-09) (age 24) [1]
Country:
Status:
Active
Role(s):
Signature Hero:
Slark Juggernaut Monkey King
Approx. Total Earnings:
$814,352
Links
History
2015-05-08 — 2015-08-23
2015-08-23 — 2015-10-02
2015-10-02 — 2016-03-24
2016-03-26 — 2016-08-25
2016-09-17 — 2018-08-29
2018-09-09 — 2018-09-27
2018-09-27 — 2020-03-09
2020-??-?? — 2020-09-07
Upcoming Matches
No Upcoming Matches
Upcoming Tournaments
No upcoming tournaments

David "Moo" Hull is an American professional Dota 2 player who last played for business associates.

Biography[edit]

Dota 2[edit]

At around 14 years old, Moo was playing Starcraft and was inspired by Root Gaming and their players, "Destiny" and "CatZ" and wanted to become a professional player. While initially playing Starcraft he got bored of the game and turned to other games such as Heroes of Newerth. With the decline of HoN and a few notable players from the game moved to Dota 2, he began to venture into Dota 2.[2]

As a new player, Moo made his mark into the North American Dota 2 scene through solo match making, inhouses and networking. He played in numerous events such as Sunday Evening Cup Series, NEL and FaceIt and rose through the ranks to eventually receive enough attention to get a shot on a pro team. After networking, Moo joined his first team, Root Gaming on May 8, 2015. He later joined Team Fire. Showing promising signs with the new team and after a surprising victory against Complexity Gaming in the grand finals of the ESL ONE New York 2015 American Qualifiers, Team Archon picked up Team Fire.[3] After poor results in the Shanghai Major, Moo added Ritsu and ztok to the finalise the squad due to Valve's roster lock-in rules, but later realized ztok was ineligible to participate in any further Valve sponsored events due to matchfixing with his previous team.[4] While looking for a replacement, an offer was made to him to join another team and Moo made the personal decision to leave Archon and join Digital Chaos.[4] Moo was able to compete at the The International 2016 after defeating Complexity Gaming 3-2 in the finals in the The International 2016 Americas Qualifiers.

After a good group stage placement in The International 2016, Moo later played a vital role for Digital Chaos in the main stage where during the deciding matchup against Evil Geniuses he played Beastmaster and after seeing EG push down the middle lane in the 45th minute, he took two barracks from EG's base and later teleporting back to base using two Primal Roars with the refresher orb ensuring the fight would go in DC's favour.[5][6] In the grand finals he lost 3-1 to Wings Gaming, and after the conclusion of the tournament, he was later replaced by Moonmeander as their offlaner.[7] He later joined Complexity Gaming as their offlaner, to complete the squad.[8]

Statistics[9][10][edit]

Duration Team Matches Wins Losses Win % KPG DPG APG GPM XPM
2015/05/08 - 2015/08/23 ROOT Gaming 34 21 13 61.76 7.24 4.35 9.38 479 472
2015/08/23 - 2015/10/02 FIRE 27 18 9 66.67 3.67 4.04 10.48 376 400
2015/10/02 - 2016/03/24 Team Archon 82 46 36 56.09 5.59 4.24 10.45 437 433
2016/03/26 - 2016/08/25 Digital Chaos 137 94 43 68.61 3.66 3.79 10.45 419 417
2016/09/07 - 2018/08/29 CompLexity Gaming 406 215 191 52.96 5.41 4.25 10.17 451 485
2018/09/09 - 2018/09/27 marchoutofarmy 20 13 7 65.00 8.55 4.15 13.20 552 606
2018/09/27 - 2020/03/09 J.Storm 271 131 140 48.33 6.82 3.77 9.07 545 559
2020/02/09 - 2020/09/07 business associates 149 77 72 51.68 7.66 3.03 9.91 538 576

Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTierTournamentTeamResultPrize
2019-11-23EA5 - 6thA0Tier 1MDL Chengdu MajorMDL Chengdu MajorJ.Storm0 : 2$60,000
2019-11-02AA1stA2Tier 3World Electronic Sports Games 2019 USA Closed QualifierWorld Electronic Sports Games 2019 USA Closed QualifierNA's Finest3 : 0$15,000
2019-09-29AA1stA1Tier 2Midas Mode 2 - AmericasMidas Mode 2 - AmericasJ.Storm3 : 1$22,000
2019-04-14AA1stA1Tier 2WSOE 6: Dota 2 - Serenity's DestinyWSOE 6: Dota 2 - Serenity's DestinyJ.Storm3 : 2$50,000
2019-03-20GA7 - 8thA0Tier 1DreamLeague Season 11DreamLeague Season 11J.Storm0 : 2$40,000
2018-10-15BA2ndA1Tier 2World Showdown of Esports #1World Showdown of Esports #1J.Storm0 : 2$20,000
2017-10-15CA3 - 4thA1Tier 2StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 3StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 3Complexity Gaming1 : 2$30,000
2016-12-07IG9 - 16thA0Tier 1The Boston Major 2016The Boston Major 2016Complexity Gaming0 : 2$62,500
2016-08-13BA2ndA0Tier 1The International 2016The International 2016Chaos Esports Club1 : 3$3,427,126
2016-06-09IC9 - 12thA0Tier 1The Manila Major 2016The Manila Major 2016Chaos Esports Club1 : 2$45,000
Complete list of results in any tournament

Interviews[edit]

2018[edit]

2016[edit]

2015[edit]

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. [1]
  2. "Exclusive Interview with Moo, Archon's Offlaner". eSports.US. Nov 4, 2015. Retrieved August 12, 2016.
  3. Annabelle Fischer (October 3, 2015). "Team Fire become Team Archon". theScoreesports. Retrieved August 11, 201.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "DotPro Show: Moo from Digital Chaos". DotPTV. Jul 11, 2016. Retrieved August 12, 2016.
  5. "Dota 2 The International 2016 - Main Event Finals". Valve Corporation. 2016-08-13. Retrieved September 3, 2016.
  6. Chris Thursten (2016-08-13). "The International 2016 ends with a spectacular grand final". PC Gamer. Retrieved September 3, 2016.
  7. Tim McDonough (2016-08-25). "Breaking: Moo Kicked from Digital Chaos". 12up. Retrieved September 3, 2016.
  8. Andrew "aMies" Miesner (2016-09-17). "coL.Dota 2017 Roster Unveiled". complexitygaming.com. Retrieved November 8, 2016.
  9. datdota. "Moo". Retrieved 2020-03-27.
  10. Dotabuff. "Moo". Retrieved 2020-03-27.