EHOME is four steps closer to completing its list for a sequel Dota Pro Circuit Season, signed four members of Phoenix Gaming, Guo “shiro” Xuanang, Huang “7e” Heming, Lin “plAnet” Hao, and Zhang “zzq” Ziqiang.
The EHOME roster was filled with veterans this past DPC season, but the team had lackluster results after finishing sixth and barely being relegated to a lower relegation. Although Yang “Chalice” Shenyi, Yap Jian “xNova” Wei, Guo “Xm” Hongcheng all find new homes, Liu “Sylar” Jiajun and Pan “Fade” Yi have yet to announce their next move.
Given that experience was key to EHOME’s success last season, the team’s decision to try a different path might not come as a surprise.
Phoenix Gaming’s performance throughout the last DPC season speaks for itself. The team conquered the lower division and only dropped one streak all season. Although it has not been able to achieve international success in the past few years, the China region is still one of the most competitive and needs more experience to maintain its leadership position.
This move leaves Hu “dolem” Sen at Phoenix Gaming, and it looks like the mid laner will continue to revamp the roster before the next DPC season kicks off. All of the members of Phoenix Gaming have been with EHOME throughout their careers, but shiro, 7e, plAnet and zzq have enjoyed playing together under the team’s banner in recent years, while the last dolem was part of the organization in 2018.
EHOME’s current list features:
- Guo “shiro” Xuanang – Number one
- Huang “7e” Heming – Second place
- Lin “plAnet” Hao – 4th place
- Zhang “zzq” Ziqiang – 5th place
EHOME has yet to announce its laner, but with a DPC season come close, the notification will be near. The dynamics of the new lineup seem to be flawless when going international. Finding themselves at one of EHOME’s top clubs after tearing apart the second division may be an achievement for the players alone, but they will embark on a new and more challenging journey as the season progresses. DPC 2021-2022 tournament begins.
https://dotesports.com/dota-2/news/ehome-acquires-four-players-from-phoenix-gaming EHOME buys four players from Phoenix Gaming