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Dota 2 Esports – Infamous Drops Entire Roster, EternalEnvy Creates New Squad

With The International 2019 now behind us, the post-TI shuffle is well underway. Earlier this week, compLexity dropped their entire Dota 2 roster and there’s a bunch of unconfirmed rumours floating around, from Fly possibly leaving EG to MidOne leaving Secret and more. There are also two big new confirmed Dota 2 esports changes, with Infamous surprisingly dropping their entire roster and EternalEnvy creating a new team.

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The Dota 2 esports scene is very interesting right now even if no big tournaments are underway with all the changes happening in the post-TI shuffle. First up, we have Infamous, who dropped their entire Dota 2 roster. That might sound a bit surprising to many Dota 2 fans who watched TI9, as Infamous performed well and truly above almost all expectations. Infamous is the highest placed South American team at a TI ever with their top-eight finish.

Although the team has been dropped by the organization, they will still play together and alongside their manager, they are looking for a new organization to join.

Jacky “EternaLEnVy” Mao, who you might remember playing for the likes of Team Secret and Cloud9 back in the day, has already revealed his new squad. They are currently looking for a sponsor.

Lastly, for fans of Chinese Dota, PSG.LGD’s coach, 357, has left the team and FY will be taking a three-month break as he has to go for eye surgery.

The team will miss the first major of the next DPC season, but they will retain the same squad going forward, which looked incredibly strong during TI9.


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What do you think about Infamous dropping their entire roster? Are you excited to see the new team from EternalEnvy in action? Let us know what you think about the happenings in the Dota 2 esports scene in the comment section below.

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