As we’ve discussed before, poor results tend to drive esports roster changes. This is certainly the case for the Na’Vi Dota 2 Roster, who have been performing poorly for the majority of 2020. Accordingly, some massive changes are underway – here’s the break down.
Here’s what the roster looked like prior to the change:
- Alexander “Immersion” Hmelevskoy
- Illias “illias” Ganeev
- Vladyslac “Crystallize” Krystanek
- Nikita “young G” Bochko
- Pavel “9pasha” Khvastunov
Apart from a first place at the ESL One Lose Angeles 2020 CIS Closed Qualifier, 2020 has been incredibly poor for the roster.
Determined to improve, the players of “Crystallize”, “9pasha” and “young G” have all been dropped to the inactive roster. Note that “Crystallize” is their longest signed player, being active on the roster since 2017.
Also, the coach of Andrey “Mag” Chipenko is also a part of the inactive roster.
By moving players of the Na’Vi Dota 2 Roster to the inactive roster makes them available to the organization still.
That leaves the two youngsters on the roster. Hopefully, a new team is building around them. This is a difficult decision for the organization, but one that looks to be successful.
For our last article on Dota 2: https://www.esportsguide.com/news/alliance-dota-2-roster-rounding-off-with-fng
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