Just a week later farewell to Simon “Handsken” Rasmus Haag and coach Niklas “okcya” KoskinenAlliance has now parted ways with Rodrigo “Leslão” Santos and Ondřej “Supream ^” Štarha.
Two people were introduced to Alliance’s roster ahead of the final DPC season after the team released Linus “Limmp” Blomdin, Gustav “s4” Magnusson and Artiom “fng” Barshack. This ends the second move the organization is making as part of its rebuild Dota 2 assignment table.
“After a difficult first DPC 2022 season, decisions were made to continue with different players,” the organization said. speak. “Supream ^ and Leslão showed great dedication, hard work and a desire to win, but ultimately it was not enough to form a team environment that could yield more victories.”
Leslão and Supream ^ were added to the list after the three-member team of 10 The International released. The goal of the new lineup is to achieve Winter Major LAN event canceledbut the team did not qualify for the tournament and was instead relegated to second place.
Being relegated to the second division would disqualify Alliance from the next main tournament as the team would first have to strive for promotion to the first division. Despite adding top players to its roster, Alliance still struggled to find the right fit on the team. Considering the second tournament is filled with players who have been playing against each other for a long time, rebuilding its roster might not be so easy for Alliance.
The next DPC season will be one of the most important in Alliance’s history as the organization will be eager to secure its spot in the first division as soon as possible. At the time of writing, it is unclear if Alliance has any replacements for the departing players.
The Union’s current roster includes Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov, Adam “Aramis” Moroz and his replacement Henrik “AdmiralBulldog” Ahnberg.
https://dotesports.com/dota-2/news/alliances-dota-2-roster-parts-ways-with-leslao-and-supream Alliance’s Dota 2 roster splits from Leslão and Supream ^