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EHOME’s roster is complete, Ferrari_430 steps down

Following the negotiations saga with Zhang “zyd“ Daquan revealed yesterday, September 26 by the players’ mom, EHOME are ready to

The five Alliance players leave for greener pastures

With just two days before the roster lockdown for the 2019-2020 Dota Pro Circuit, Alliance is without a team after

Ah Fu and old eLeVeN register with a new Chinese Vitality team

Removed from their teams in the post TI9 shuffle, Tue "ah fu" Soon Chuan, formerly playing for Royal Never Give

Paparazi changes his nickname to Eurus as Vici Gaming complete their lineup

Vici Gaming will suffer only one roster change heading into the 2019-2020 Dota Pro Circuit and will show their new

ppd and Universe reunite at Ninjas in Pyjamas

Despite the heartbreaking result at The International 2019, where he got eliminated in the group stages, Peter “ppd” Dager will

Fenrir joins Royal Never Give Up

With about one week to go before the post TI9-shuffle deadline, the Chinese teams are quick to announce their final

Fata joins forces with Nikobaby, Limmp, 33 and Handsken to form a new team

We are in the thick of the post TI9 transfer shuffle now. The latest roster to be announced is Adrian

Kaka joins Invictus Gaming

Invictus Gaming are entering the new competitive season with revamped rosters for both of their squads, iG and iG.Vitality. On the

Team Sirius return with a new lineup

With the first Minor and Major qualifiers of the new Dota 2 Pro Circuit season quickly approaching, many teams have begun

Resolut1on to stay with J.Storm

J.Storm tinkered with their roster just ahead of the TI9 regional qualifiers when they benched Jonathan "bryle" Santos De Guia

Singularity rebuild their roster around Excalibur

A new competitive season always comes with new hopes for the tier two competitive scene. Team Singularity fought through the

LaNm goes back to coaching, this time for Keen Gaming

Keen Gaming’s roster for the 2019 - 2020 season is complete, the Chinese organization announced on their Weibo page on Saturday,