- The popular Filipino Dota caster Aldrin Paulo "Dunoo" passed away due to COVID-19
- Dunoo died on August 27 and the news was announced on Facebook by TNC Predator
- He said that it was with a heavy heart that they announced the passing of one of their shoutcasters
- Dunoo was also regarded as a Filipino casting legend, and was described by other casters as an amazing friend
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Aldrin Paulo "Dunoo" Pangan, a Filipino Dota caster, passed away on August 27 due to COVID-19, bringing a sense of deep sadness among other Dota casters.
It was TNC Predator, who made the announcement on Facebook.
"It is with a heavy heart that we inform everyone about the passing of one of our beloved shoutcasters," said TNC.
The post regarded Dunoo as one of the casters who brought the Dota scene, into what it is at present.
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He is also known as "Kuya D" to many of his friends, fans and colleagues.
Pangan narrated on FB how Dunoo battled with COVID-19.
The famous caster experienced severe coughing and body pains.
Many of his friends say that he is really true to his friends and he was such an amazing guy.
An Australian caster also gave a heartfelt tribute to the legendary Filipino caster.
"A Filipino casting legend and also a genuinely kind, amazing friend over the years. Welcomed me to Manila every time I visited like a brother. Just sadness," said David "GoDz" Parker Twitter.
"Your legacy will always remain as the best caster for all of us and one of the best friend that we can ever have," said Nico `Nazario, LuponWXC founder.
Dota 2 is a multiplayer online video game. It was developed by Valve. It has a battle, where players compete.
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