AS Monaco Gambit Moves Entire Dota 2 roster to inactive roster

Gambit Esports’ Dota 2 the list has gone through several iterations with two different listings in the last year. And after finishing in seventh place in 2022 Dota The Pro Circuit Winter Tour regional tournament in Eastern Europe, the organization is making another big change today.

AS Monaco Gambit, the main roster of the organization formed last February, has placed its entire roster on the inactive list until further notice.

The move comes after the team won 1-6 in Division I matches, ending the first leg of the 2022 DPC season in seventh place and having to be relegated to Division II for the Spring Tour.

That’s a sharp drop from the organization’s performance in DPC 2021, where the old roster was able to finish both seasons in third place and earn invites to both Major Tournaments. That fell apart before the WePlay AniMajor last June, however, when the two core players, No[o]ne and SoNNeikO, refuse to join the group at the event and eventually signed with Natus Vincere.

In the end, they will be the first team to be eliminated at AniMajor playing standing matches and not qualifying for The International 10. The team has signed Albert “alberkaaa” Chernoivanov, Andrei “meLes” Romanov and Sergey “HappyDyurara” Horonzhiy during the tournament break, but those moves as a collective did nothing to improve the roster around Artem “Lorenof” Melnick and Aleksandr “Immersion” Khmelevskoi.

Even with this decision, AS Monaco Gambit is not the only roster of the organization, as the team retains a secondary team that keeps the traditional Gambit Esports name. That team, led by Gambit mainstay Vasilii “AfterLife” Shishkin, is also competing at DPC 2022, placing 5th in the EEU’s League II.

No further information has been given on the future of both squads, but it is likely that more players will be replaced in the AS Monaco Gambit in the future or that the current sub-series could be transferred to their own brand. main team while organizing shuffling pieces to try and improve their chances of winning at least one team back into Division I for the Final Tour of the Summer. AS Monaco Gambit Moves Entire Dota 2 roster to inactive roster


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