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Travis “Maut” Bueno calls it a day, retires from esports

KarY 2018-07-07 06:13:54
  Today is one of those days where we can't really help but feel sad as a prominent caster, Travis "Maut" Bueno, a Dota 2 commentator for Moonduck studios has officially decided to hang his boots and step away from esports for the foreseeable future.   Asking to request his privacy, Travis will now look forward to get acclimated to his new job in the Information Technology (IT) sector over the course of the next few weeks. Fret not since he'll possibly stream the new WoW expansion and will also stream a Doki Doki Literature club alongside his good buddy Braxton "Brax" Paulson. In a response on a Reddit post, Trent "TrentPax" MacKenzie also showered his appreciation for Travis and thanked him for being one of the first people to ever give him a chance at Dota 2. He also assures, that he'll try this level best to bring back Travis to as many panels as he can for his "patented Maut rage" and shares his favourite clip of them casting together. You can find that clip involving Fnatic and Mineski below.
That being said, Travis is hopeful that he'll get to cast few events such as the next iteration of Midas Mode or Captain's Draft, if the organizers allow to do so.  By the end of his blog, he thanks everybody that has been a part of his journey as a commentator.
Feature image credits: Beyond The Summit Die-hard Dota 2 lover at heart. Reading and writing are not just hobbies; they're my life. Family man, ardent esports follower and a boring personality. If you would like to know more about my work, you can follow me at KarY.

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