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The Dota 2 Roster Reshuffle started just hours after TI10 ended. We’ve put together a mega-thread which includes ALL the biggest moves. This article is updated regularly!
We’ll keep you up to date on the roster reshuffle
It’s only been a few hours since TI10 but we already have roster news as the Post-TI reshuffle mayhem begins. With contracts expired, aspirations of greatness perhaps shattered after a two-year grind, we’re likely to see a huge change in rosters. So strap yourselves in for a ride!
We will be updating this article throughout the Reshuffle, so revisit it to see what’s changed!
JerAx and Nightfall join Evil Geniuses
Well, the rumors were true. JerAx and Evil Geniuses are actually (yes, actually) joining Evil Geniuses. The return to Dota 2 for one of the most prolific players in the game is an exciting time for fans.
Nightfall will also join Evil Geniuses but he will change his role to the offlane position. It will be interesting to watch the 19-year-old transition to a new role on the team.
Evil Geniuses roster is as follows:
- Position 1 – Artour “Arteezy” Babaev.
- Position 2 – Abed “Abed” Yusop.
- Position 3 – Egor “Nightfall” Grigorenko.
- Position 4 – Andreas “Cr1t-” Nielsen.
- Position 5 – Jesse “JerAx” Vainikka.
- Coach – Sam “Bulba” Sosale.
Team Nigma players stick together for DPC 2022
Nigma’s players will stick together for yet another season. Despite being one of the most talented rosters in the Dota 2 competitive scene, Nigma did not qualify for TI10, a harsh blow for the players’ goals.
Did you miss us?!
The boys are back and ready to take on the DPC season🌟#StarsAlign #NGXdota pic.twitter.com/llZvV5vW1z
— Nigma Galaxy (@NigmaGalaxy) November 20, 2021
Last season, Nigma finished 13th in the DPC rankings, just behind Thunder Predator and beastcoast.
Nigma’s Dota 2 roster for the 2022 DPC season is as follows:
- Kuro “KuroKy” Salehi Takhasomi
- Igor “iLTW” Filatov
- Amer “Miracle-” Al-Barkawi
- Ivan Borislavov “MinD_ContRoL” Ivanov
- Maroun “GH” Merhej
The 2022 DPC season kicks off on November 19. Here’s the full schedule for the upcoming DPC season.
Tundra esports announces long-term contracts with players till 2024
Tundra Esports has announced it has resigned its squad for the next season. Tundra Esports had a mixed year in 2021 with victories at ESL One Fall, a third-place finish at OGA DotaPIT Invitational. The team was in a close contest to qualify for TI10, but barely missed out, which is probably why the organization has reinvested in the players with the hopes of making it to TI11.
We are excited to announce all 5 of our #Dota2 players have signed new long-term contracts with the club until 2024.
📲 READ » https://t.co/aU6mFyvdB0 pic.twitter.com/saU2w15T3B
— Tundra Esports (@TundraEsports_) November 19, 2021
Tundra’s roster is as follows:
- Oliver “skiter” Lepko.
- Leon “Nine” Kirilin.
- Neta “33” Shapira.
- Jingjun “Sneyking” Wu.
- Adrian “Fata” Trinks.
Alliance announces Dota 2 squad for DPC 2021-22
Alliance has revealed its Dota 2 lineup for the upcoming season. Former Quincy Crew member, Lelis will be joining Alliance and bring his unique offlane gameplay to the squad. Nikobaby remains on the squad and will be a core member of the squad.
“For the coming season we decided that we want to rebuild things from the bottom up,” Alliance CEO and co-founder Jonathan “Loda” Berg said. “Handsken who has a history of being position five and drafter has now returned to the position. Not because he is forced to do so, but because it’s a natural step. Throughout the year him and Niko have played an incredible amount of games together and they have become not only a natural duo within the game, but they are also a driving force within the team.”
Alliance’s Dota 2 squad is as follows:
- Simon “Handsken” Rasmus Haag
- Ondřej “Supream^” Štarha
- odrigo “Leslão” Santos
- Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov
- Adam “Aramis” Moroz
Alliance finished 9-12th at TI10 losing to T1 esports. The team will hope to improve upon its result this year as it battles in a packed EU DPC.
SumaiL and IceIceIce joins Team Secret
SumaiL joins Team Secret
The King has joined Secret. Team Secret announced they are signing SumaiL for the upcoming season and it is an opportunity for SumaiL to prove his worth once again in the Dota 2 scene. The former TI champion will move to Europe for the upcoming season and hopefully, this time Team Secret can win TI.
Known for his Storm Spirit and aggressive Aegis steal attempts, for years SumaiL has continued to demonstrate his exceptional raw talent, instinct and focus. He is explosive, fearless, and a terrifying opponent. He is short-listed as one of the best NA players of all time, and the young prodigy has grown into one of the most legendary and famed core players in the world.
SumaiL played for Team OG at TI11, where they placed 7-8th. While fans were expecting probably another miracle run from OG, despite the problems the team faced just before The International, it was not to be. OG lost to the eventual TI champions, Team Spirit in the lower bracket round 3.
Meanwhile IceIceIce also joined Team Secret as the eccentric offlaner will be looking to find some success with teh European squad. With experienced players on this roster such as SumaiL and IceIceIce as well as the TI veteran, Puppey, Team Secret is looking as one of the most formidable squads before the start of the DPC season.
Let’s welcome the latest addition to the Secret Squad! The new beast on our offlane this season @iceiceicedota 🧊🧊🧊
🔗: https://t.co/oIqowRkAQS#SecretDOTA pic.twitter.com/RpmrCFKchQ
— Team Secret (@teamsecret) November 18, 2021
Pretty excited to be playing with Secret. It’s a perfect lineup for my playstyle, and Puppey has always been someone I’ve wanted to play with for the last 10 years. I love camels and I can’t wait to be punched by Puppey.
Daryl Koh “iceiceice” Pei Xiang
Matumbaman returns to Team Liquid
After a brief hiatus, where he was part of the world’s best team, Matumbaman is now back on Team Liquid. This announcement comes days after Zai also parted ways with Team Secret.
Matumbaman returns to his former home Team Liquid
Matumbaman is coming home! Matumbaman revealed in a short clip that he will return to his former glorious team and join the Liquid family.
Aside from a victory at the Leipzig Major, Team Secret had an 8-win-streak throughout mid-2020. The team came in even stronger at TI10, placing their highest ever achievement on the biggest stage by placing 3rd.
Matumbaman had been a part of Team Liquid since its Dota 2 roster’s inception in 2015 till 2019. The move to Team Secret came as a surprise, but the player has repeatedly proved his worth on the International stage. A return to Team liquid could signal a resurgence in the fortunes of the Team Liquid Dota 2 squad.
CIS Rejects squad featuring Ramzess and fng
Some of the big names from the CIS region have formed a new squad called CIS Rejects.
The lineup sees RAMZES666 revive the CIS Rejects name—a mantle he last played under in 2015, before signing with Team Secret. He’s joined by former Alliance player fng, former Natus Vincere players Vladimir “RodjER” Nikogosian and Pavel “9pasha” Khvastunov, and Gleb “depressed kid” Zyryanov, who recently had stints on Team Empire and Team Unique.
The CIS Rejects lineup has a lot of tier one DPC-level talent, and definitely lives up to its name. Ramzes, 9pasha, and RodjER found themselves on the inactive list of Na’Vi after a disappointing DPC season. Instead, Na’Vi took a risk on a Akbar “SoNNeikO” Butaev-backed lineup in a last-ditch attempt for TI10 qualification.
Talon esports has announced its Dota 2 entry with a star-studded lineup featuring some of the best players from SEA. The roster includes former Evil Geniuses player, Fly as well as local stars in Gabbi and Kpii.
Talon Esports Dota 2 Roster:
- Tal “Fly” Aizik.
- Brizio Adi “Hyde” Putra Budiana.
- Damien “kpii” Chok.
- Rafli Fathur “Mikoto” Rahman.
- Kim “Gabbi” Villafuerte.
Evil Geniuses had a disappointing 9-12th finish at TI10. The team lost to Vici Gaming in the lower bracket of the tournament.
The move to Southeast Asia is of particular importance for Fly who has spent the last four years competing in North America.
“The Southeast Asian region has always held a special place in my heart, with its passionate fans and raw Dota power. It will be intense, yes, but I am looking forward to competing under a fresh banner and alongside this talented roster. I am excited for a new era of SEA Dota.”
Matumbaman leaves Team Secret
One of the most successful carry players, one who dominated the Dota 2 esports circuit in 2020 will now no longer be on Team Secret. Team Secret placed third at TI10, but they had higher dreams. With Zai and Matumbaman out of Team Secret, the team will have a completely new look for the next season.
Promoted Hellraisers reveals brand new five-man roster
Hellraisers (announcement), the CIS team who earned promotion to DPC Division 1 last season, will be competing with an entirely new roster for the upcoming season.
The team’s new carry and mid-laner both arrive from lower-placing Div 2 teams. Watson join from 6th place B8 and Re1bl from 7th place Winstrike, Meanwhile, Support player Gilgir, was part of the Hellbear Smashers side that got demoted after 8th place in Div 1. Overall a very young roster who will be facing up against the best CIS has to offer.
New Hellraiser roster:
- Alimzhan “watson” Islambekov
- Maxim “re1bl” Afanasyev
- Yaroslav “Limitless” Parshin
- Geogrii “Gilgir” Svistunov
- Arman “malady” Orazbayev
ImmortalFaith announces new roster; Ace to play Pos 3
A new Dota 2 stack featuring ImmortalFaith (as the coach), BOOM, Ace and Seleri has also been announced. The team is currently looking for an organization ahead of the DPC 2022 season.
The team will be using Vikin.gg’s slot and Ace moving to Pos 3 is a big change for the player ahead of the next season.
Valve has already unveiled information about the next DPC season with several organizers announcing their dates and schedule for the upcoming DPC season.
Saksa and SumaiL requested to pursue opportunities elsewhere according to OG
SumaiL and Saksa decide to leave OG
In the third big roster announcement to come from EU since TI10, OG have confirmed the departure of SumaiL and Saksa. As per the announcement, the two players requested to leave to pursue opportunities elsewhere. “And we of course decided to grant their wishes,” said OG.
Prior to their departure, the duo placed top 8 with OG at The International 10. While SumaiL’s time with the team was brief, Saksa has represented OG since January 2020. The Macedonian player will be highly sought after, but neither him nor SumaiL have yet revealed where they will be headed.
OG on the other hand have foreshadowed their roster announcement… or perhaps just an announcement. OG are now without a carry player and a position 4 support.
- Topias “Topson” Taavitsainen
- Sébastien “Ceb” Debs
- Johan “N0tail” Sundstein
Our next tweet will be an announcement.
— OG (@OGesports) November 8, 2021
Hfn, Tavo and KingRd reunited for new DPC season
hFn, Tavo and Kingrd, the Brazilian trio have been reunited in a new roster called Let’s Play. The trio competed together in SG E-Sports in 2017, and then went on to become Pain Gaming in 2018. For all three players their greatest career successes have come when they were on the same team.
The last time hFn, Tavo and Kingrd were all on a team together was back at the MDL Disneyland Major in 2019, where they were representing Chaos. Joining them in this new roster is fellow Brazilian 4dr, who played alongside Tavo at TI10 with 17-18th finishers SG E-sports. The final piece of the roster is Peruvian Junior Reyes “Yadomi” Rimari.
Let’s Play roster:
- William “hFn” Medeiros
- Adriano de Paula “4dr” Machado
- Otávio “Tavo” Gabriel Cerqueira Silv
- Danylo “Kingrd“ Nascimento
- Junior Reyes “Yadomi” Rimari
Quincy Crew will live on, but only with two of its original members and will no longer be a full NA team. Quinn and Yawar will remain as part of Quincy Crew. The duo will be joined by 10K MMR Singaporean support player Remus “ponlo” Goh Zhi Xian, Bosnian Milan “Milan” Kozomara and Maurice “KheZu” Gutmann – who was interestingly also Quincy Crew’s coach at TI10.
Quincy Crew roster:
- Yawar “YawaR” Hassan
- Quinn “Quinn” Callahan
- Maurice “KheZu” Gutmann
- Milan “Milan” Kozomara
- Remus Goh Zhi “Ponlo” Xian
Read more about the new roster here.
Zai leaves Team Secret after three years with the organization
In the biggest news of the roster reshuffle so far, official news has broken that Ludwig “Zai” Wahlberg is leaving Team Secret.
“My second stint for this team went significantly better than the first one, but I’ll have to say goodbye to Team Secret one more time as I head in a new direction,” said Zai as part of his official leaving quote.
Zai has been with the team for the last 3 years after joining from Optic Gaming in September 2018. His departure leaves a spot open for a new offlaner.
Team Secret roster:
- Lasse “Matumbaman Urpalainen
- Michał “Nisha” Jankowski
- Yazied “Yapz0r” Jaradat
- Clement “Puppey” Ivanov (captain)
Update Zai reveals Team Liquid is his new destination
Update: Zai has announced a move to Team Liquid!
Zai departs Team Secret after 3 years and joins Team Liquid
After 3 years together, Team Secret announced that it is parting ways with its offlaner, zai. Shortly after news also broke that zai will be joining Team Liquid.
Resolut1on to take break from the “crazy marathon” of pro gaming
Roman “Resolut1on” Fomynok has announced that he will not be participating in the upcoming DPC Season citing “professional burnout”. The TI6-runner up stated in a Twitlonger that after 9 years as a professional Dota player, it was time “to step out of this crazy marathon”.
“My professional burnout happened coz of multiple unsatisfactorily results and my focus being purely on getting them,” said Resolut1on on Twitlonger. “So now first thing that I wanna do is work with it and understand in which direction l to move forward.
“Thanks to all of kind people for endless support and a bunch of criticism that made me stronger. Now I’m going to Istanbul to search for adventures and live in the moment,” he concluded.
Resolut1on appeared as an analyst on the Russian TI10 broadcast and competed for Hellraisers in the last DPC season. He officially departed Hellraisers on October 1st. He is best known for being part of the Team Empire roster of 2015 and the Digital Chaos roster that went on to place 2nd at TI6.
Virtus Pro roster experiencing internal issues says org
Virtus Pro make a rather concerning tweet about the future of their TI10 Top 6 roster. In the tweet the organisation was transparent about internal issues within the team, issues that could lead to roster changes.
Read more about it:
Team Undying announce no roster changes for next season
NA’s Team Undying, who placed 13th-16th at The International 10, will continue to play together next season. Captain David Tan “MoonMeander” Yang shared the news in a Twitlonger post on October 31st. While the active roster will remain together, Kim “Febby” Yong-Min has left his coaching position.
“I’m proud to announce that Team Undying is not making any roster changes. If only you guys could see the bromance messages they send each other on Discord,” said Moonmeander. “The love, respect, and kindness these guys possess, have humbled me as a captain. I will do everything to protect this team.”
“We are Team Undying and our motto is ‘SHINZO SASAGEYO’, we will continue playing together in the next DPC season, as we strive to become the bedrock of NADota.”
Team Undying roster for next DPC season (unchanged):
- Enzo “Timado” Gianoli
- Jonathan “Bryle” De Guia
- Jonáš “SabeRLight” Volek
- David Tan “Moonmeander” Tang
- DooYoung “Dubu” Kim
T1 roster to stick together next season
T1 fans will be delighted to discover that the roster that finished top 8 at The International 10 will be sticking together next season. At TI10, T1 finished 4th in group A and were responsible for eliminating Alliance from the competition in the lower-bracket playoffs. The SEA representative eventually fell to Vici Gaming the following round. The roster’s 7th-8th place earned them $1,000,500, 2.5% of the total $40 million prize pool.
T1 roster for next DPC season (no changes):
- Nuengnara “23savage” Teeramahanon
- Karl “Karl” Baldovino
- Carlo “Kuku” Palad
- Kenny “Xepher” Deo
- Matthew “Whitemon” Filemon
Coach: Park “March” Tae-won
October 28th & 27th
HE’S FINALLY HERE.
Decades of Experience:
4x Nomination as Solo Mid of the Year.
6x TI Appearances
The legendary @Mushi_Chai joins the helm as BOOM DOTA2 as our newest coach! pic.twitter.com/rTVOZ9xxco
— BOOM Esports (@boomesportsid) October 28, 2021
Mushi to coach Boom Esports for the next DPC Season, Mikoto leaves
Former coach of TNC Predator, Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung, has been announced as the new coach of Boom Esports. Mushi joined TNC Predator as a coach ahead of the TI10 Qualifiers in June, but the team did not end up qualifying for the event.
Mushi, who turns 31 next month, was one of SEA’s first global stars during the early years of Dota 2, placing 3rd at TI3 with Orange Esports. He also finished 4th at TI4 with Team DK and 4th at TI6 with Fnatic.
Ahead of Mushi’s arrival, Boom Esports also announced that carry player Rafli Fathur “Mikoto” Rahman will be moving on. Boom Esports are looking like a promising prospect for next season, especially after recently adding Tims from TNC Predator.
Current Boom Esports roster:
- 2. Erin Jasper “Yopaj” Ferrer
- 3. Saieful “Fbz” Ilham
- 4. Timothy “TIms” Randrup (joined post-TI10)
- 5. Rolen Andrei Gabriel “Skem” Ong
Quincy Crew roster disbands, MSS now LFT preferably in EU
In a rather sad news for North American fans, the Quincy Crew roster that competed at TI10 has dissolved. The four players remaining; YawaR, Quinn, MSS and SVG will all be looking for new opportunities.
lft pos 4/3 preferably EU
— Arif (@MSSDota) October 24, 2021
Arif “MSS” Anwar tweeted that he is now lft (looking for team), saying he was willing to play position 3 or 4 and would prefer a European team. MSS has competed for North America organisations for his entire career with Team Dog (who were recruited by Mousesports for TI4) the only exception.
I love this man as a brother. All the best ✊
— Jonathan ”Loda” Berg (@LodaBerg) October 24, 2021
Alliance captain S4 leaves the org for the third time in his career
Just 3 days after revealing Fng and Limpp would be moving on, Alliance have dropped quite the bombshell that their captain Gustav “S4” Magnusson is also departing. S4 was Alliance’s captain and means the team is left with just two players; carry Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov and position 5 support Simon “Handsken” Haag.
S4 was part of the TI3 winning Alliance roster and this was his 3rd time competing for the org where he made a name for himself.
Prior to his most recent return to Alliance in April 2020, S4 played for OG and Evil Geniuses. Alliance’s official post thanked S4 for his time, however, it did not state if he plans to continue playing.
Alliance roster after S4 departure:
- Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov
- Simon “Handsken” Haag
Alliance bid farewell to FNG and Limpp
In what is the first big news coming out from the European scene, Alliance have parted ways with Linus “Limpp” Blomdin and Artiom “fng” Barshack. The news was released less than half an hour ago on Twitter. Alliance recently placed 9th-12th at The International 10.
Alliance did not give any reasoning behind the departure of the two players but said they will “always have an honorary place with the ALLFAM.”
This is the end of a second stint for Limpp at Alliance, having competed for them from 2016 to 2017 and from 2019 to 2021. Meanwhile Fng joined Alliance officially for the 2020-2021 DPC Season, having spent his entire career up until that point competing for CIS teams including the likes of Na’Vi, Virtus Pro, Team Spirit and Gambit Esports.
Alliance Dota roster:
- Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov
- Gustav “S4” Magnusson
- Simon “Handsken” Haag
ChYuan and Deth leave Fnatic following end of contracts
Mid-laner Ng Kee “ChYuan” Chyuan and offlaner Yang “Deth” Wu Heng, who competed for Fnatic at TI10, are now free agents according to the organisation.
“This TI10 run, despite being cut short, will still be a memorable one for us and we are glad that they were part of it.It wasn’t easy to bid farewell to such amazing players,” said Fnatic in their official Facebook post.
“But as the season ends, the team has to evaluate our goals and direction for the future, and likewise, the players have set their own plans too.”
Deth was one of the breakout stars in SEA during the 2020-2021 DPC Season. Deth made headlines as a super-sub for Neon Esports at the Singapore Major, helping them place top 6. He joined Fnatic shortly after. Meanwhile ChYuan rose to fame after his time in Team Aster in the 2019-2020 DPC Season. Both Deth and ChYuan joined Fnatic mid-season this year.
- Carry – Marc Polo Luis Fausto
- Support – Anucha “Jabz” Jirawong (captain)
- Support – Djardel “Dj” Mampusti
A lot of movement in the South American scene so far. South American TI10 representatives SG Esports and Thunder Predator both had big roster reshuffle news today, October 20th.
SG Esports roster decides to leave organisation
Brazilian-based organization SG Esports, who finished 17-18th at The International 10, have announced they will soon reveal a brand new roster. In an official post on Twitter, the org announced that “by decision of the players”, the roster that played for them at The International 10 has chosen not to continue representing them next season.
Former SG Esports roster:
- Guilherme ” Costabile” Costábile
- Adriano “4dr” Machado
- Otávio Gabriel Cerqueira “Tavo” Silva
- Thiago “Thiolicor” Cordeiro
- Matheus “KJ” Diniz
Thunder Predator picks up former No Ping Esports roster
ROSTER UPDATE – Jetlag Version
¡BIENVENIDOS HIJOS DEL TRUENO!
Estamos felices de recibirlos en nuestra casa y forjar juntos el camino a nuevos desafíos durante este DPC 2021 – 2022.
🇧🇴 Óscar #FeelTheThunder pic.twitter.com/38UwDDeMKS
— Thunder Predator (@ThunderAwakengg) October 20, 2021
The roster that was released from No Ping Esports has been picked up by Thunder Predator.
Gonzalo “Darkmago” Herrera
Oscar David “Oscar” Chavez
Fairth “Matthew” Puente
Jose Leonardo Padilla “Panda” Hernandez
PSG.LGD roster will stick together for next DPC season
According to a Chinese post by PSG.LGD’s manager Pan Fei on Weibo, the roster of PSG.LGD will be sticking together for “at least one year”.
PSG.LGD finished runners-up at TI10 after losing 3-2 in the Grand Finals to Team Spirit. The current roster Ame, NothingtoSay, Faith_Bian, XinQ and Y’ was formed in September 2020.
Manager Pan Fei said the decision to continue was unanimous and was decided during a team meeting earlier today.
No Ping Esports release entire roster ahead of new DPC season
NoPing Esports, who finished 4th in the TI10 Regional Qualifiers and top 12 at the WePlay AniMajor have released their entire Dota 2 roster. The org’s roster for TI10 qualification included the likes of William “hFn” Medeiros who rose to international fame as part of Pain Gaming in the 2018-2019 season, as well as Farith “Matthew” Puente who was No Ping’s team captain. Following the failure to qualify for TI10, hFn parted ways with No Ping and was replaced by young 10K MMR Pakazs in July 2021.
In their official Twitter post on the topic, No Ping confirmed they would be forming a new roster ahead of the new DPC Season.
Former No Ping Esports roster:
- Christian “Pakazs/Angel” Savina
- Gonzalo “Darkmago” Herrera
- Oscar David “Oscar” Chavez
- Fairth “Matthew” Puente
- Jose Leonardo Padilla “Panda” Hernandez
This roster then joined Thunder Predator on October 20th (above)
Lelis departs Quincy Crew
Quincy Crew’s manager Jack Chen hinted at upcoming roster changes on October 16th and within 24 hours the team’s offlaner Rodrigo “Lelis” Santos has announced he will be moving on. However, more changes may be on the way during the roster reshuffle period.
The Brazilian went into details in a Twitlonger post:
“First of all I would like to start this by thanking my teammates from Quincy Crew and our manager Jack for the opportunity to have played with them and be part of the team. It was an amazing experience for me and something I am very proud of being part of, even though our results were not that good, it impacted my life in a very positive way.
The team ending/disbanding was something inevitable, at least in my eyes, since we grinded for 2 years for TI and got a relatively bad placement. Our performance at TI was a bit lackluster especially in the groupstage, but we managed to crawl out of the dumpster and collect some wins in the end. It wasn’t all that bad and some teams would have probably crumbled in our situtation. I am very proud and happy we managed to pull through and survive the groups and win our bo1.”
Lelis on his departure from Quincy Crew via Twitlonger
Lelis went on to say he will be returning to streaming next week as he evaluate his best options for the future. Quincy Crew placed 9th-12th at TI10, but were expected to place much higher.
Tims, Armel, Boomy, Bok and Gabbi have all departed TNC Predator
Entire TNC Predator roster is released (October 17th)
- GKim “Gabbi” Villafuerte ➤ Free agent LFT
- Armel Paul “Armel” Tabios ➤ Free agent LFT
- Jun “Bok” Kanehara ➤ Free agent LFT
- Timothy “TIms” Randrup ➤ joins Boom Esports (15th October)
- Marvin “Boomy” Rushton ➤ joins Polaris Esports (15th October)
The TNC Predator roster who finished 2nd in the TI10 SEA Qualifiers – just one spot away from qualification – has been released by the organization. The roster finished 2nd in the DPC SEA season 2 and top 8 at the WePlay AniMajor. For the SEA region this is a significant roster reshuffle news, especially given how well the team did.
SEA veteran Timothy “Tims” Randrup has already found a new home at Boom Esports, while the former TNC captain Marvin “Boomy” Rushton has joined Polaris Esports. Polaris Esports is a brand new Filipino org where Boomy will join forces with 11K MMR player Mc Nicolson “Mac” Villaneueva.
Tims ends five years with TNC. Gabbi departs after three
Tims and Gabbi’s departure is significant given their tenure in the team. Tims joined TNC all the way back in December 2016, and competed for them at TI7, TI8 and TI9. He was also part of the TNC roster that won the WESG 2018 and the MDL Chengu Major.
We will be updating this article throughout the Reshuffle, so revisit it to see what’s changed!
Five-man roster leaves Thunder Predator and looks for new org (October 16th)
Thunder Predator were the first casualties of TI10 after their 8 defeats in 8 saw them eliminated in the group stage. Despite the heavy defeat, the roster’s captain MoOZ said they had no choice but to “come back stronger”.
South America’s final team exits on Day 1 of TI Main Event
With Day 1 of the Main Event at the International coming to a close, We say goodbye to all of the South American teams competing at the tournament
MoOz said the former Thunder Predator roster wishes to stick together for the next DPC season. The are currently looking for an org.
3. We staying together as a team and Parting ways with Thunder Predator for next DPC season. currently lfo , can contact me on dm.
— MoOz (@MoOzDota) October 16, 2021
We’ll be keeping you posted on any new roster reshuffle news!
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[Update] The International 2018 (TI8) throwback meta analysis: All about the laning stage | dota 2 ti8 – Vietnamnhanvan
During the weeks leading up to TI10, GosuGamers will be taking a closer look back at the meta for each of The Internationals through the years. This week is TI8.
We are towards the tail end of the journey to look at the metas which blessed the former versions of The International, and our penultimate stop is one of the craziest esports stories to ever have unfolded. The International 2018, or TI8, will be remembered for quite a few reasons, including the fact that it possibly had the best TI grand finals to date.
TI8 was held at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, which was the first time it had travelled from Seattle since 2018. The prize pool for the tournament, thanks to the TI8 Battle Pass, had gone up to nearly $25.5 million from $24.8 million from the previous year. The winners of TI8 were destined to get the same percentage as the winners of TI7 – 44%, which came out to be a little over $11.2 million.
The format for TI8 was pretty much the same as TI7. There were a total of 16 teams-
● 8 invited based on the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) rankings
● 10 qualified (1 from EU, 1 from CIS, 2 from China, 2 from SEA, 3 from NA, 1 from SA)
The two groups had 9 teams each, with every team playing a best-of-2 against every other team in their group. The top four teams went to the upper bracket, while teams 5 to 8 went to the lower bracket. This was very similar to the format for TI7, was the same for TI9 and from the looks of it, will be carried over to TI10 (a total of 18 teams are travelling to Bucharest).
The three strongest teams going into TI8 were Virtus Pro, Team Liquid and PSG.LGD. The 2017-2018 Dota 2 season was the first year when the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) had been launched, and there were a whole bunch of Majors and Minors, all third party events in which Valve contributed to the prize pool. Virtus Pro won four of the nine Majors, PSG.LGD won two, with Team Secret, Mineski and Team Liquid winning one a piece. But Team Liquid’s win came at the very end, in the China Dota 2 Supermajor, which was the last Major of the year and a prize pool and DPC point reward which were 1.5x the other Majors. Most would have predicted two of the three (VP, Liquid or PSG.LGD) to end up in the grand finals. As it turned out, only one of them did – PSG.LGD.
OG had an abysmal year. Not only had they failed to make it to most Majors, but two of their players also left just before the TI8 qualifiers, leaving the team in shambles. With a last minute team in place, they made it through the EU qualifiers for TI8, and everyone had them getting eliminated early on in the tournament. After a bad start to the group stages, the Green Dream came to life in days 3 and 4 of the group stages and just managed to secure an upper bracket place for themselves. The rest, as they say, is history. No one was able to take down OG in a series in their inspirational and unexpected run across the finish line. On the way to the grand final, they also pushed down their eventual opponents, PSG.LGD, to the lower bracket final to face off against Evil Geniuses.
Going from TI7 to TI8, Dota 2 went through a lot of patches. IceFrog and Valve introduced the ‘new patch every two weeks’ system, which led to the patches jumping from patch 7.06e for TI7 to patch 7.19 for TI8. Two new heroes were added to the game – Dar Willow and Pangolier, who also made it to Captain’s Mode for TI8. Let’s take a look at the general changes in that period that would have the biggest impact on the game.
● Middle lane no longer has an additional melee creep
● Denies XP granted to the enemy (the player being denied) reduced from 70% to 25%
● Denied XP gained by the denier reduced from 30% to 25%
● Removed Shrines from the base (replaced by filler buildings)
● Glyph now causes your creeps to be invulnerable for the glyph duration
● Third Roshan kill now drops a single-use consumable Refresher Shard (Cooldown is independent from Refresher Orb)
● Neutrals now sleep at night (They have zero aggro range while sleeping)
● Captains Mode now has an extra ban in the first phase (6 bans total in the mode)
● Removed the remaining Unique Attack Modifiers
▪ Lifesteal is no longer a Unique Attack Modifier (stacks additively)
▪ Arcane Orb is no longer a Unique Attack Modifier
▪ Mana Break is no longer a Unique Attack Modifier (does not stack with Diffusal Blade’s Mana Break)
● Five New Items: Aeon Disk, Kaya, Meteor Hammer, Nullifier, and Spirit Vessel
● Roshan now has 25% Status Resistance
● Starting gold reduced from 625 to 600
● Killing a neutral camp stack now gives a bonus 25% gold bounty to the hero that stacked it. No bonus is given if the stack is cleared by an enemy or the hero that stacked it.
● Buyback cost changed from 100 + (Level × Level × 1.5) + (Time × 0.25) to 100 + NetWorth ÷ 13
● Buyback no longer reduces gold earned after respawning
● Glyph duration increased from 5 to 6
● Bounty Runes
▪ Now spawn every 5 minutes
▪ Now grants gold to each player (40 + 3/min)
▪ Now fully fills bottles
● Sentry Ward duration increased from 4 to 6 minutes
The meta that developed around patch 7.19 (starting from a few patches before it) was one where the laning stage was extremely important. In interviews I did with Notail, Neta “33” Shapira and Tal “Fly” Aizak at TI8, this is what they had to say about the meta-
Notail: I have preferred other metas to this one because I’m not a fan of the fact that laning decides so much of the game. The deny mechanic takes some of the fun away from the game. There are certain heroes that players want to play but can’t because they just cannot lane well. Back in the day, laning was a part of it, but what mattered more was how your lineup works together, how your lineup counters the opposition lineup.
33: Lanes are very important in this meta and the initiators just cannot win the lane. So instead, heroes like Weaver and Mirana are picked so you can win the lane. If you can get out of the laning phase in good shape, those heroes like Tide are really good. But most times, you will lose the lane with them and it is not worth it.
Fly: Very small things, like a single deny or a single misuse of a spell can change everything in the lane! So it is very skill based right now, which I think is cool.
A common theme can be seen from all three statements here – the laning stage was extremely important! One of the reasons that was the case was because when a creep was denied by a player, the enemy heroes only got 25% of the experience of the creep instead of the previous 70%. Denies had an extremely important part to play in the laning stage (more so than ever before) and if one team got the better of it, they came out a lot better from the laning stage and were able to take over the game.
With the laning stage having that kind of importance, teams started forgoing a lot of the traditional offlaners which typically can lose the lane, but make their presence felt in team fights later on in the game. Heroes like Weaver, Ursa and Wraith King, which were typically seen in the safelane, began making appearances in the offlane. It resulted in a TI meta like never before.
The ban and pick phases did change going from TI7 to TI8. The order for Captains Mode for TI8 has been shown below. The biggest change was the addition of a sixth ban, which was put in place in the first phase, making it three bans in the first phase, two in the second and one in the third. This made it quite difficult to get the strong picks through. But there were quite a few good heroes in the meta, which kept things interesting in the drafts.
A few things to take note of before we jump into the games-
● This was only the second ever TI grand final to go to five games after the TI3 grand final between Alliance and Na’Vi.
● In terms of length based on game times, this was the longest TI grand final.
● Spectre and Nature’s Prophet were banned in the first phase of four of the five games, which Tiny was banned in the first phase of all five games of the grand final.
● Except for game 4 which lasted nearly a little over 65 minutes, all the other four games finished between 34 and 39 minutes, which was indicative of the meta that had developed around Dota 2 patch 7.19.
● Teams either had Radiant or first pick in the first four games. In the fifth game, PSG.LGD had Radiant with first pick, which was a curious deviation.
All images of game details are taken from Dotabuff.
Game 1 (OG Radiant, PSG.LGD Dire with first pick)
The name of the game for OG was to get Spectre in ana’s hands. Irrespective of how bad they started the game, if ana’s Spectre hit critical mass, he had proven it to be a hero that could turn games. That was exactly what happened in game 1, with PSG.LGD taking the lead, but OG holding on and making a comeback on the back of the Spectre.
OG often played with offlaners like Treant Protector and Winter Wyvern for Ceb, which kept opponents guessing and gave them a slight upper edge in terms of the mysterious factor in what the hero would be prioritized to do. As a team which came into the tournament as the darkest of horses with no expectations, OG deviated from the meta and went for what they believed in multiple times.
Game 2 (PSG.LGD Radiant, OG Dire with first pick)
PSG.LGD leveled the series to 1-1 after winning game 2. In game 2, they got their hands on the Earthshaker, a hero which did very well at TI8 and the one that helped put PSG.LGD in the lower bracket final after an insane save by Jerax in game 3 of the upper bracket final between the two teams. Not surprisingly, it got banned out in games 3 and 4.
Game 3 (OG Radiant, PSG.LGD Dire with first pick)
Nothing too out of the ordinary sticks out in the games in terms of heroes and items. Ceb did play his position 3 Winter Wyvern in game 3, but PSG.LGD were ready for it. fy’s performance on the Phoenix in game 3 was out of the world, and was a testament to why he is hailed as a God. PSG.LGD took it comfortably on the back of a farmed Maybe Alchemist to take a 2-1 lead in the series.
PSG.LGD got their hands on Weaver, a hero who could be flexed in either of the side lanes. Expecting it to go in the offlane, OG wasted their last phase ban on a carry. That was an added benefit of the unorthodox offlaners of the TI8 meta.
Just in the first 3 games, 26 unique heroes were played! Only four heroes saw repeat picks, which shows how diverse the meta was.
Game 4 (PSG.LGD Radiant, OG Dire with first pick)
This can be hailed as a lot of things – game of the series, game of the tournament, the best game ever in the grand finals of a TI, game to have caused the biggest changes in blood pressure of the spectators..the list can go on. It was a game full of back and forth action, edge of the seat fights, buy backs, you name it. At a time when it seemed PSG.LGD would win it and take the Aegis back to China, which was the tradition for even iterations of The International, OG pulled off some of the most insane plays witnessed at TI8 to bring the series back to parity. The one that will stay in the minds of the Dota 2 community is Ceb’s clutch Berserker’s Call on Axe, which ODPixel immortalized with his casting.
In terms of meta related things, Ame went for a Diffusal Blade on Morphling because back then, somehow Phantom Lancer’s Juxtapose applied to Morphling’s Morphed form as well, so the plan was to play as the Phantom Lancer for a majority of the fights. Also because Morhphling back then had two completely separate HP and mana bars for his original and morphed form, it gave him an added advantage to play a majority of the fight as a different hero and morph back when he was low on HP and mana. OG however, picked the perfect counter to it in the form of Axe.
Game 5 (PSG.LGD Radiant with first pick, OG)
When OG started off their qualifiers journey, ana annihilated a lot of teams on the back of his Ember Spirit. But OG didn’t really pick the hero a lot in Vancouver. Bringing him back for the last game of the tournament was a fitting tribute.
In fact, all of OG’s heroes had a below average win rate in the tournament. But they knew what worked for them and they weren’t afraid to go against the meta and take the risk, even in game 5 of the TI grand finals!
The game started as a disaster for OG, with PSG.LGD getting off to a great start and getting an early net worth lead. But in OG fashion, on the back of some clutch team fights and buy backs, the Green Dream pulled it back and took the game to claim the Aegis. The pattern of TI winners alternating between the West and China had finally been broken.
The team GPMs per game for the two teams throughout the series were:
The GPMs for both teams were quite high, much like what we are used to seeing in today’s games. There was a steady rise in the average team GPMs throughout the years, and by TI8, it had hit the levels we are used to seeing.
With that, we come to the end of the deep dive into the grand finals of TI8, which was possibly the best one till date. Next week, we’ll take a look at the contest between OG and Team Liquid in the TI9 meta analysis, which was the year when the first player(s) and organization were finally able to claim a second Aegis.
[Dota 2] – TI8 – The International 2018 Music Pack
Battle Pass: http://www.dota2.com/international/battlepass/
Composer: Chance Thomas
2:04 Main Menu
4:27 Hero Select
8:03 Laning 1 Layer 1
9:56 Laning 1 Layer 2
11:49 Laning 1 Layer 3
13:41 Laning 2 Layer 1
15:32 Laning 2 Layer 2
17:23 Laning 2 Layer 3
19:14 Laning 3 Layer 1
21:00 Laning 3 Layer 2
22:46 Laning 3 Layer 3
24:32 Laning 1 All Layers
26:25 Laning 2 All Layers
28:16 Laning 3 All Layers
30:02 Battle 1
30:47 Battle 1 End
30:57 Battle 2
31:41 Battle 2 End
31:50 Battle 3
32:33 Battle 3 End
32:43 Ganked Small
32:48 Ganked Medium
32:56 Ganked Large
33:44 Roshan End
33:53 Smoke of Deceit
34:41 Smoke of Deceit End
34:47 Smoke of Deceit End Hero
37:04 Radiant Victory
37:25 Radiant Loss
37:41 Dire Victory
38:01 Dire Loss
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The International 2018 — уже восьмой ежегодный турнир по игре Dota 2 от компании Valve, который пройдет с 20 по 25 августа 2018 года, а квалификации к нему в июне 2018 года. На турнире 2017 года призовой фонд достиг $25,000,000, поэтому в восьмом по счету International можно ожидать еще больший призовой фонд.
Основная часть турнира (лан финал) пройдет в Ванкувере, Канада в августе 2018 года, куда отправятся 16 лучших команд.
Основная часть турнира (лан финал) пройдет в Ванкувере, Канада в августе 2018 года, куда отправятся 16 лучших команд.
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2 группы по 9 команд
Best of 2 матчи
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Последние команды из групп выбывают из турнира
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16 команд играют в doubleelimination сетке
8 команд начинают в Верхней сетке, 8 команд в Нижней
Первый раунд Нижней сетки Bo1, Финал Bo5, остальные матчи Bo3
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