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The Post-season Roster Change for Dota 2 could be The Biggest One

It’s the Dota 2 roster change season. Tundra Esports won The International 11 (TI11) with a well-deserved triumph. The teams from the other regions are forced to have unpleasant debates about the future DPC 2023 lineups because the top three at TI11 are all from Western Europe.

Teams from North America and Southeast Asia, particularly Evil Geniuses and BOOM Esports, have performed terribly at TI11. These are the top-tier teams from each region that received direct invitations to TI11. China was the clear favorite in every category, but all teams struggled mightily to start.

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Due to their location in the United States, EG is able to provide some of the most lucrative wages for professional Dota 2 players. However, taking into account that EG finished in twelfth position and made a total of $378,000 from their investment, it is clear that the returns do not justify the high cost of the investment.

In a recent broadcast, Peter “ppd” Dager stated that EG has been seeking for reasons to get rid of their North American lineup, and that this has been one of those reasons. Even if EG were to play admirably at The International 11, even achieving a top-six finish, the North American scene is not nearly as magnificent as the scenes in other areas.

There have been whispers that the North American superpower will acquire the Thunder Awaken lineup following the recent success of South American Dota. In addition, it has been alleged that powerhouses from other areas, such as Alliance, Nigma, and Cloud9, have also sought to acquire the squad.


Apart from eliminating Team Spirit in a cheeky best-of-one, BOOM Esports failed to produce any noteworthy outcomes. The pos4 support player Timothy “TIMS” Randrup tweeted that he is exploring for new chances while his renewal in BOOM is still under consideration, despite the fact that there doesn’t appear to be a full-scale disbandment in BOOM.

The much awaited T1, commonly known as the comeback of OG, failed to place in the TI11 Last Chance Qualifier. The SEA players Carlo “Kuku” Palad, Kenny “Xepher” Deo, and Matthew “Whitemon” Filemon all resigned as a result of this. Due to the undisclosed situation of the two remaining players, T1 will probably sign a squad in Europe.

This is in response to Topias “Topson” Taavitsainen saying in an interview that he prefers playing for a European team. We don’t know where Anathan “ana” Pham will be in the future because his return to competitive gaming ended early.

Daryl “iceiceice” Koh, even among these sad players, had it the worst. The seasoned player joined team SMG and returned to SEA, yet he was not even selected for the TI11 LCQ. The team’s management missed the deadline to register for the TI11 LCQ, which rendered the team unable to advance to TI11.

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Many teams are having trouble filling up their rosters while Tundra Esports searches for their missing Aegis of Champions in Singapore. Following the explosion of the South American and Western European scenes, some players are even volunteering to move.

Notably from SEA, Ng “ChYuan” Kee Chyuan, once the coach of Fnatic, is also searching for chances together with the survivors of T1 (Kuku, Xepher, and Whitemon). Following a disappointing DPC season, Nigma Galaxy SEA also changed their lineup, and Michael “Enryu” Ladines and Prieme “PlayHard” Banquil of Neon Esports have left the team.

We haven’t heard anything from any of the old Alliance team members since they all went their separate ways. However, there are rumors that Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov is permanently retiring. Roman “RAMZES666” Kushnarev and Alexey “Solo” Berezin, the renowned carry-support pair of TI6, both departed their respective teams. Perhaps a reunion would be a positive announcement for Eastern European fans, even for nostalgia’s sake.

The North American landscape is anticipating a significant overhaul in the country as a whole. This is not a positive sign for investors, especially after so many sponsors entered NA during the previous season. For instance, TeamSoloMid and Soniqs finished last at TI11 after picking up Team Undying and Quincy Crew.

However, given EG’s focus in the emerging region, South American Dota is unquestionably a force to be reckoned with.

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