Dota 2 Weekly News

 

Just like after The International 2015, completion of another grand tournament-- The Frankfurt Major signified the time of re-shuffles: teams disband, players come and go and new teams are formed. In our weekly news digest, we will tell our readers about the main transfer news.

 

OG-- winners of DreamLeague, season 4


Winners are holding $55,000 cheque (source)

 

First, let's sum up a bit, starting with the recent tournament that was finished on Saturday, November 28. Right after The Frankfurt Major, the international mix achieved yet another hallmark-- Dream League Season 4, with prize pool of $150,000. InternationalOG advanced through the LAN part of the tournament without any difficulties; they started from final bracket because of outstanding performance during the "on-line" part, and the team tore down their opponents one by one. First, International4 Clovers and Lepricon were defeated 2-0. After that, Russian FederationTeam Empire, a team from CIS, was knocked out twice-- first in winners' bracket, and then in Grand-Final. It is notable that InternationalOG has not yet lost a single map. Is there still anyone who doubts that the team deserved to win the Major?

 


Prize fund distribution

 place — InternationalOG — $ 55 000
 place — Russian Federation Team Empire — $ 30 000
 place — International 4 Clover & Lepricon — $ 20 000
 place — Sweden Alliance — $ 15 000
 place — Russian Federation Vega Squadron — $ 12 000
 place — International Monkey Freedom Fighters — $ 10 000
 place — International No Logic Gaming — $ 5 000
 place — Sweden Ninjas in Pyjamas — $ 3 000
 
Cloud9 disbands Dota 2 team

 

This was the team roster at the past Frankfurt Major (source)

 

It was clear after United StatesRitsu was kicked from United StatesCloud9 that the Dota 2 roster was going to have some big changes. Unfortunately for fans of the team, one of the most difficult decisions was made. Failing to create a stable American player-roster after The International 2015, the organization made an obvious decision to disband the team. The performance of the team at The Frankfurt Major was also an important factor: last place is not exactly a reason to be proud. Now, one can only wonder if United StatesCloud9 will try to create another Dota 2 team, or choose to leave the place vacant.

 

 United StatesCloud9 former Dota 2 roster: 

  • Canada Theeban «1437» Silva
  • United States Braxton «Brax» Paulson
  • United States Arif «MSS» Anwar
  • United States Avery «SVG» Silverman
  • United States Ravindu «Ritsu» Kodippili

 

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New player in Digital Chaos


1437 is to be the captain of United StatesDigital Chaos (Source)

 

 One of the former United StatesCloud9 players, Theeban Silva, known in the Dota 2 as Canada«1437», has joined another American team-- United StatesDigital Chaos. At the begining of the week, United StatesDC have announced that their former captain Viet NamBiryu is becoming a coach and reserve player, thus they urgently needed position 5 player to join them. Having someone as experienced as Canada«1437» in team is, definitely, a huge step forward for a team that positions itself as one of the strongest NA Dota 2 scene. Siva has demonstrated exceptional abilities as InternationalTeam Secret coach, and he also knows how a support should play. Let's wish Theeban best of luck in this new challenge!

 

United StatesDC Dota 2 roster:

  • Canada Kurtis «Aui_200» Ling
  • United States Kanishka «BuLba» Sosale
  • Canada Tyler «TC» Cook
  • Pakistan Yawar «YawaR» Hassan
  • Canada Theeban «1437» Siva
  • Viet Nam Hà Quốc «Biryu» Đạt

 

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compLexity Gaming announces new roster


Former members or freshly disbanded Sweden Ninjas in Pyjamas have found a new team pretty fast. Three Swedish players: SwedenHandsken, SwedenLimpp and SwedenChessie joined American team-- United StatescompLexity Gaming, which only had 3 players left since The International 2015: brothers United Statesswindlemelonzz and United StatesZfreeK, and MexicoZyzzy. It was officially announced that MexicoZyzzy is to become a playing coach-- his task will be analyzing opponents as well as training with his team. It's worth a separate mention that 4 players from the new roster have played together before as InternationalStay Green, taking part in Heroes of Newerth tournaments.

 

United States compLexity Gaming Dota 2 roster:

  • United StatesKyle «swindlemelonzz» Freedman
  • United States Zakari «ZfreeK» Freedman
  • Sweden Rasmus «Chessie» Blomdin
  • Sweden Linus  «Limmp» Blomdin
  • Sweden Simon «Handsken» Haag

 

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AuthorPemberton Date29 November 2015, 23:25 Views4816 Comments0
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