TI2: Brian “FLUFFNSTUFF” Lee Interviewed by Team Liquid/MOBAFIRE

BY Andrew Miesner / September 8, 2012

DOTA FIRE (MOBA FIRE) interviews Brian “FLUFFNSTUFF” Lee towards the end of ‘The International’ 2012

DOTAFIRE’s Shashi “DetonatoR” Singh sat down with our very own Brian “FLUFFNSTUFF” Lee to discuss thoughts on ‘The International’ 2012. They discuss everything from the event itself to compLexity.DOTA2’s direction in the future and whether or not he found the infamous ‘IceFrog’.

Check out a small exert from the interview here:

How was your time in Seattle? When did you get here?

We didn’t really get to see much of Seattle yet, we’ve only been to downtown Seattle a couple of times. We got here on August 9th just to start our bootcamp down at Game Clucks and we’ve been here all the way through The International 2 working really hard to prepare.

Seattle, Valve. How was it? From a lot of the teams and players that I’ve spoken to, they all pretty much say the same thing, that Valve has been treating them amazingly well this entire time.

My experience with Valve has been really amazing. They treat all the players like rock stars. We get to go into their office and steal all of their food. They have really nice catering and they take care of us with assistants, basically Valve staffers or volunteers who follow each team around to make sure we get to where we have to be on time, setup our gear, basically help us out, etc.

I think that just Valve in general, the employees seem to really love DotA. They really enjoy it and they’re all big fans of the players and the teams. They all seem to want to see DotA 2 grow as an eSport. Even Gabe Newell, he plays a lot of DotA 2 and really wants it to succeed.

Brian “FLUFFNSTUFF” Lee Interviewed by Team Liquid at ‘The International’ 2012

As a part of their new DOTA2 section, Team Liquid has carried out a number of interviews throughout ‘The International’ 2012, including one with our very own Brian “FLUFFNSTUFF” Lee, the captain of our DOTA 2 team. The interview was conducted shortly after the teams exit in the tournament.

Check out the interview here: