We started with the opening of the Hydra computer club in February 2019. The club occupies three
the building. Its jewel is a stadium with a stage and a grandstand, designed for LAN tournaments. The
founders of the club have always been focused on the e-sports component, so they put a lot of emphasis
creating comfortable conditions for holding tournaments.
In September 2019, Hydra Computer Club took another step in the development of its esports component
signing its first Dota 2 roster. This roster included some of the best doters in Kyrgyzstan, including
promising newcomers and eminent veterans of Kyrgyz Dota, such as Runec, Askold NapaleoshQa, Quacher,
PuberrrR, and StormCAt8. Despite the successful performance in local tournaments, this roster could
good results on the world stage. However, the club did not stop there and continued to actively
esports component. In search of young talent for the future team, the Hydra club held regular
that brought together the brightest and most promising players from different parts of the country.
tournaments not only helped the club find new talent, but also became an important platform for the
development of Kyrgyzstani eSports in general. Thanks to the efforts of the Hydra Club and the
Federation of Kyrgyzstan, there are more opportunities to develop talent and organize tournaments in
country, which has contributed to the growing interest in eSports in Kyrgyzstan.
In May 2021, the organization underwent a restructuring and became a separate division called Hydra
This separate division was created with the goal of managing teams more effectively. As part of this
process, the organization officially unveiled new rosters in disciplines such as Dota 2, PUBG MOBILE,
One of the most significant events of this period was the addition of well-known PUBG Mobile streamer
"Justvik" Kotlyarovsky to the Hydra Esports team, who took the position of Executive Director.
In October 2021, the organization signed a new Dota 2 roster, which included the best doters in
Kyialbek "Dream`” Tayirov, Ruslan "Askold" Temiraliev, Evgeniy "Blizzy" Ri, Mirlan "Muka" Kozhombaev
Bakyt "W_Zayac" Emilzhanov, as well as guest coach Maxim "TheHeartlessKing" Fadeev. The organization
invested a lot of resources and had high hopes for this team, and in order to achieve these goals, the
bootcamp was organized. The roster successfully passed the open qualifiers and qualified for the DPC
Division 2, introducing the organization to the world professional Dota 2 scene for the first time.
However, at the end of the first season, the team failed to qualify for Division 1 and finished third
EEU Division 2.
In the next round, the team began to experience problems, and the management of the organization
part with the players. Hydra Esports makes its first transfer, with W_Zayac joining Team Secret. And
Blizzy and Muka leave the team.
A new team is formed around the player Ruslan "Askold" Temiraliyev. The manager Svyatoslav "Frank~" Orlovsky also joins the
Unfortunately, the new team was not successful and was eliminated from the DPC EEU Division 2, and
failed to show up at the open qualifiers for The International. As a result, the team was disbanded
Askold went to the bench until January 2023.
CEO Nurbek Abdygulov, Coach Maxim Fadeev and Manager Svyatoslav Orlovsky started to build a new
included position 4 player Anatoliy "Lefitan" Krupnov, who was bought from the EZKatka organization, as well as a partial
roster of the NoSorry team, including Kyial "Kami" (ex Dream) Tayirov, Vitaliy "Worick" Brezgin and Aleksandr "Cloud" Zakharov. The final new player on the roster was
Siarhei "HappyDyurara" Kharonzhy.
The organization considered forming an alternate roster with Ruslan "Askold" Temiraliyev and Ivan "VANSKOR" Skorokhod. However, they decided
against it. The team, captained by Kyial "Kami" Tayirov, went through open and closed qualifiers and made it to the
Division 2 without a single loss, regaining the previously lost spot. In the first round of the DPC,
team advanced to the first division with a score of 7-0.
At the moment, our organization is actively participating in competitions in two disciplines: Dota 2
CS:GO. Our Dota 2 team plays in the first division of the DPC League of Eastern Europe and is
the bootcamp in Serbia, where they are fighting for the Berlin Major.