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Andreea Esanu, also known as Div, is an esports journalist focused on the game she loves the most, Dota 2. Andreea has over fifteen years of experience in media, she graduated a journalistic university and she also has a bachelor degree in theatrical art.

  • STORIES BY div
  • Ramzes on leaving “I have no regrets”

    The 2019-2020 competitive season marks Roman "RAMZES666" Kushnarev’s first adventure outside the CIS scene. The

    SumaiL to take a break until 2020

    Syed "SumaiL" Hassan is without a team since he left Evil Geniuses in the post TI9 shuffle, and it looks

    Tavo departs from Furia Esports

    The Brazilian offlaner Otávio "Tavo" Gabriel is a free agent again. His stint with Furia Esports came to an end

    Geek Fam’s Morphling-Earthshaker was “really low skill” stuff says MSS as Chaos advance to the Minor playoffs

    Day two in the group stages of DOTA Summit Season 11 Minor is well underway, and two teams have already

    J.Storm round out the ONE Esports Dota 2 Singapore World Pro Invitational

    Twelve directly invited teams will compete next month from the 17th to the 22nd of December at the ONE Esports

    Inflame resumes his Dota2 professional career, joins CDEC Gaming

    Since the third place finish at The International 2017 with LGD Forever Young, He "Inflame" Yongzheng struggled to find success.

    Stomps and upsets open the DPC season at the DOTA Summit Minor

    The first Minor of the 2019-2020 Dota Pro Circuit season started today at the Beyond the Summit studio and the

    Midone’s departure from Team Secret was due to exhaustion

    Yeik "MidOne" Nai Zheng was announced to have departed from Team Secret earlier this week. His leave comes after more

    Treasure of the Timeless Rite brings back items no longer available in the Dota 2 store

    Valve released a “vintage” treasure which contains 22 item sets that are no longer featured in the Dota 2 store. The

    Chaos Esports Club signs Quincy Crew

    Formed in the post TI9 shuffle, Quincy Crew will enter their first tournament of the 2019-2020 Dota Pro Circuit in

    DOTA Summit Season 11 Minor groups and schedule released

    The first tournament of the new Dota Pro Circuit season is just two days far from us and with all

    CemaTheSlayer joins HellRaisers for DOTA Summit Minor

    Down to four members mere days ahead of the first Minor of the new season, HellRaisers will be flying out