Megafon Battle Arena comes to closure

Megafon Battle Arena has come to an exciting conclusion with Team Tinker toppling the new Na’Vi squad in four games, only dropping one match against the Ukrainians who showed a terrific performance against VP yesterday. With their victory TT snatches a lion’s share of the $15,000 prize pool as well as their first major event as a team.

VG & Newbee round up the Chinese reshuffle

Daryl 'iceiceice' Koh has left Team DK to join Vici Gaming together with Dominik 'Black^' Reitmeier from CIS Game. In the meantime, Newbee has contracted Wang 'Rabbit' Zhang, who used to play for LGD Gaming, for no less than 800k CNY or around $130,000.

DK dissolves their Dota 2 roster

After the announcements of the other Chinese teams locking in their rosters for the new season it was very clear that Team DK, who did make a statement considering their new squad, would be left without a team as all of their former players have now relocated elsewhere.

The new LGD roster, only Yao remains

The Chinese squad LGD Gaming has formed an almost complete new roster. The only remainder of the former line-up is Yao 'Yao' Zhengzheng, who will be joined by a variety of incredible players from other strong Chinese teams.

YYF retires, iG announces new roster

Teams are once again building a steady roster with great capabilities after The International, and today, Invictus Gaming announced their new squad earlier this evening on their Facebook, together with the retirement of Jiang 'YYF' Cen and the transfer of former teammate Zeng 'Faith' Hongda to LGD Gaming.

Solo replaces VANSKOR at Team Empire

Team Empire reveiled their new support player after the recent transfer of Ivan 'VANSKOR' Skorokhod to Natus Vincere. After a marvelous performance from Aleksey 'Solo' Berezin in the European qualifiers for MSI Beat It, Team Empire confirmed today that Solo is officially a member of Team Empire.

[Update] Fast-Track: Post TI Rosters

Each year, the world's best teams and players use The International as a litmus test for their viability moving into the following season. As players and teams assess their strengths and weaknesses, this is the period with the most trades, drops, retirements, and free agencies of the year. Check inside for all the rumors and changes so far. to Acquire

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