The OG.Seed Dota 2 roster has announced its disbandment. This announcement comes nearly one month after the lineup parted ways with the organization. The team had initially expressed a desire to stick together, but now has announced that its players will go their separate ways.
1/2 Some sad news. We have decided to part ways with OG.Seed roster, we were just planning to come from our break and get back into dota, but some of our players got offers, we had a talk as team and decided its better to part ways.— Peksu (@Peksudota) July 6, 2020
Last month OG had given a 30-day notice to their academy roster after Valve’s rules for the TI10 qualification prohibited two teams under the same organization to compete in the qualifiers. The OG.Seed lineup announced that it will disband two days shy of this thirty day period.
OG.Seed came into existence in November 2019. The team had a large following and its fans vehemently supported the roster. However, in-game success was hard to come by and OG.Seed could not replicate its parent team’s success.
With all that stuff being said. I will take a short break from competive dota until i find something that i feel good about again. I have always found trying to be analytic/caster interesting and might try to look to do that in the future if the opportunity comes.— Peksu (@Peksudota) July 6, 2020
According to Peksu, some players on the Dota 2 roster have received offers from other teams. After internal team discussions, the players decided to go their separate ways.
The coronavirus pandemic meant that the team could not practice during the past few months. With Zakari “Zfreek” Freedman in North America without any means to travel to Europe, OG.Seed had to play in online competitions with a ping disadvantage.
OG.Seed’s Dota 2 roster is as follows:
Former NiP player, Akbar ‘SoNNeikO’ Butaev has parted ways with the team. After rising to fame with Na’Vi, SoNNeikO established his Dota 2 team, the Chicken Fighters. The team had some surprisingly good results on LAN defeated tier one Dota 2 teams with alarming regularity.
NiP signed the Chicken Fighters roster earlier this year, hoping that the team would continue with its success.
SoNNeikO has revealed that he is no longer a member of the NiP roster.
The announcement drew sharp reactions from community members who could not hide their disbelief.
Wut???????? Почему?!— Vitalii Volochai (@v1lat) July 7, 2020
The player has not announced where he will play next. But for any team looking for a roster replacement, ‘SoNNeikO’ will be the perfect addition to their roster.
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