Tal “Fly” Aizik has cemented his place as one of the world’s top Dota 2 players after clinching multiple wins over the course of his celebrated career.
Fly kickstarted his decade-long career in 2009 by playing Heroes of Newerth—before catching the attention of the world-renown Fnatic, which signed him a year later. By 2012, Fnatic had shifted its Heroes of Newerth team’s focus towards Dota 2, effectively putting Fly on the pathway to stardom.
Fly left Fnatic in 2015 to start his own team—and brought it to glory by becoming the first team in Dota 2 history to win four Dota Major Championships. With this under his belt, Fly took a bow for the second time to begin a new journey with Evil Geniuses.
Taking the helm of Evil Geniuses as Team Captain in 2019, the indomitable Fly led his team once again to victory—sweeping the top three spots in The Chongqing Major, ESL One Birmingham 2019, DreamLeague Season 13, and is on the prowl for more.