Keep up to date with all the moves and shakes with our Post-TI Roster Shuffle Megathread!
12 September 2018
The flair of Ad Finem in Southeast Asia
iceiceice will play for Fnatic in the upcoming season
EHOME adds three new players to the roster
More Chinese moves ahead of new season
KheZu combines his power with the Greeks
So now that we made it through the open qual, I can officialy announce my new team for the season.— Maurice Gutmann (@KheZzu_) 11. September 2018
Interested orgs/partners/teams should mail: email@example.com
Also interested in a coach.
11 September 2018
WinteR makes return to playing
EternalEnvy lands back on home soil
Secret.zai is back in action!
Ferrari celebrates his comeback and kaka teams up with eLeven
10 September 2018
Mineski's new lineup
9 September 2018
Vici Gaming locks roster for next season
VG #Dota2 Roster for the 2018/2019 Season:— ViCi Gaming (@ViCi_Gaming) 9. September 2018
🔳 Zhang 'Paparazi' Chengjun
🔳 Zeng 'Ori' Jiaoyang
🔳 Zhou 'Yang' Haiyang
🔳 Pan 'Fade' Yi
🔳 Ding 'Dy' Cong
Newbee adds two new players
8 September 2018
Ohaiyo is back in action
The Southeast Asian offlaner who was involved in a dramatic kick at Fnatic last season is back. Marc Polo Luis 'Raven' Fausto will be playing by his side.
Lineup Team Lotac:
Marc Polo Luis 'Raven' Fausto
ChYuan / ChyLie
Chong Xin 'Ohaiyo' Khoo
Nico 'Eyyou' Barcelon
Ng 'YamateH' Wei Poong
Misery replaces Duster at was formerly known as paiN
Infamous announces new team
Moonmeander will play in SEA
We are proud to announce our lineup going into the new season of the Dota Pro Circuit. Please continue to support us and our players.— Tigers (@tigers_dota) 8. September 2018
Jay Son 'Ahjit' Lai
Muhammad Rizky 'InYourDream' Anugrah
David 'Moonmeander' Tan
Kenny 'Xepher' Deo
Theeban '1437' Siva pic.twitter.com/rzfphQqhkN
7 September 2018
Like predicted: Evil Geniuses will stay together
Evil Geniuses registered themselves for the upcoming Major and Minor circuit with the exact same lineup they competed at The International 2018.
Artour 'Arteezy' Babaev
Sumail 'SumaiL' Syed Hassan
Gustav 's4' Magnusson
Andreas 'Cr1t-' Nielsen
Tal 'Fly' Aizik
Era will move to position 5
After dropping Axel 'PABLO' Källman The Final Tribe added Rasmus 'Chessie' Blomdin to the roster. Adrian 'Era' Kryeziu will switch to position five.
TFT welcomes Rasmus "Chessie" Blomdin to Malmö where he will join us at the tribal HQ as our new Midlaner 👊 In relation to this move fellow tribesman Era will take on the role as new Team Captain and Drafter, and will play the position 5 support! It's time to #dothework pic.twitter.com/vCr2ex3TYi— The Final Tribe (@thefinaltribe) 6. September 2018
pwN announces new Burden United roster
In a tweet, offlaner Stefan 'pwN' Pavlovic has revealed the 2018-19 line-up for Burden United:
1. Egor '.Ark' Zhabotinskii
2. Ivailo 'Mastermind' Petkov
3. Stefan 'pwN' Pavlovic
4. Dmitriy 'UnderShock' Bolshakov
5. Alex. 'ComeWithMe' Craciunescu
Three changes to Vega Squadron for 2018-19
CIS organisation Vega Squadron have announced sweeping changes to their roster. After the departures of Krivulya 'Cema' Semion and Evgeniy 'Blizzy' Ree, the org have also announced that they had parted ways with Dmitriy 'UnderShock' Bolshakov.
In the offlane, the side have picked up Alexander 'Flow' Sazonov, who they say they have been tracking for a year, while Vladimir 'Yol' Basov assumes position 5 captain duties. Having initially tracked Idan 'MagicaL' Vardanian for the midlane role, the player chose to join Natus Vincere, so instead they have brought on board Kyrgyzstani player Duulat 'StormC4t' Subankulov.
The new roster consists of:
1. Nikita 'Palantimos' Grinkevich
2. Duulat 'StormC4t' Subankulov
3. Alexander 'Flow' Sazonov
4. Bakyt 'w_Zayac' Emilzhanov
5. Vladimir 'Yol' Basov (Captain)
6 September 2018
Ninjaboogie and Gabbi join TNC Predator
BoBoKa to a reformed Team DK?
iceiceice, ninjaboogie and Jabz leave Mineski
Virtus.pro searches for a new coach
5 September 2018
ppd forms a new team with Fata and Ace
Raven and SamH leave TNC
We would like to thank our 2017-18 dota roster for helping us enter the scene and for making an incredible run at TI.— OpTic Gaming™ (@OpTicGaming) 5. September 2018
We wish them all the best as they continue to compete under different banners in the upcoming DPC Season. pic.twitter.com/6G12Hi1H05
4 September 2018
Lil founds new team — Odium
1 September 2018
Dendi won't play for Na'Vi anymore
EE and pieliedie leave SEA
29 August 2018
Winstrike will stay together
29 August 2018
Due to new Valve rules around team ownership, the Quincy Crew roster that impressed at The International 2018 now find themselves org-less. However, that has not stopped Roman 'Resolut1on' Fominok from announcing that most of the side are staying together, with the exception of JingJun 'Sneyking' Wu. Instead, Fnatic offlaner Saahil 'Universe' Arora will join the side, who as yet have not found a new organisation to represent. We don't think they'll have to wait long, given they earned a lot of new fans with their performances in finishing top of Group B in Vancouver.
As a juicy little nugget of pure gossip and speculation, Green Bay Packers linebacker and well-known Dota 2 player Blake Martinez dropped this in reply...
The new roster will comprise:
Roman 'Resolut1on' Fominok
Yawar 'YawaR' Hassan
Saahil 'Universe' Arora
Arif 'MSS' Anwar
Avery 'SVG' Silverman
Moo, Moonmeander and Adam depart compLexity
Two major changes at NA org compLexity Gaming in the last couple days, as carry David 'Moo' Hull and support Adam Erwann 'Adam' Shah leave. The side competed at ESL One Katowice 2018, The Bucharest Major 2018 and EPICENTER XL, but missed out on qualification for The International 2018 in the North America Qualifier.
TI8 finalists stick to PSG.LGD for the next season
Mars Media Director of Events & Business Developement GodBlessMali, formerly of LGD, revealed that the Chinese TI8 runners-up will not be changing their roster in the off-season. Since bringing in Chalice and xNova the side have experienced great success, and this will come as welcome news to fans as they look to build on that second place when the new DPC season begins.
Elements Pro Gaming remain untouched
Just to confirm @GamingElements is staying same and the goal is same :) #TI9— Nikola Popovic (@LeBronDoTa) August 29, 2018
Bootcamp starting in 8days, can't wait! 💪
The European roster of Elements Pro Gaming have announced through captain Nikola 'LeBronDota' Popovic that they will be sticking with the same side going into the new season. The org recently placed second at the Rivalry.gg Rumble, and are past joinDOTA League competitors.
Uros 'swiftending' Galic
Dusko 'Boranija' Boranijasevic
Damir 'Zmaj' Skaricic
Dino 'dnz' Šavuk
Nikola 'LeBronDota' Popovic
Pablo and The Final Tribe go their separate ways
Going into preparations for the upcoming season TFT have parted ways with Axel "Pablo" Källman. We want to thank @FollowPablo_ for his time in the tribe and wish him the best of luck going forward. pic.twitter.com/VfKRm57utN— The Final Tribe (@thefinaltribe) July 16, 2018
All-Swedish roster The Final Tribe have revealed that support player Axel 'PABLO' Källman has been released from the side. Having come through qualifying, they finished 13th-16th at the China Dota 2 Supermajor, and are former joinDOTA League winners.
27 August, 2018
Newbee deny rumours of disbanding
After having been the subject of rumours on VPGAME, Chinese org Newbee have angrily refuted claims that the roster was about to disband. This has been backed up in a tweet by GodBlessMali, meaning the side that disappointed at TI8 will have the chance to start afresh in the new season.
Xu 'Moogy' Han
Song 'Sccc' Chun
Damien 'kpii' Chok
Hu 'KAKA' Liangzhi
Zeng 'Faith' Hongda
I’m staying— MidOne (@midonedota2) August 26, 2018
Malaysian midlaner Yeik Nai 'MidOne' Zheng needed just two words to confirm his intent for the new season, choosing to reveal all on Twitter. Secret did relatively well at The International 2018, finishing in 5th-6th place, and of course will be looking to do better in the new DPC season.
9 August, 2018
So, this one's not strictly post-TI. Fresh from a new partnership, Russian org Virtus.pro announced way before TI8 that they had secured their roster for the foreseeable future. The side finished top of the inaugural DPC standings, and despite later exiting TI8 prematurely, will be looking to carry that form into the new season. Their Major charge will begin by defending their title at ESL One Hamburg 2018, having been announced as the first invite.
The roster remains:
Roman 'RAMZES666' Kushnarev
Vladimir 'No[o]ne' Minenko
Pavel '9pasha' Khvastunov
Vladimir 'RodjER' Nikogosyan
Aleksey 'Solo' Berezin
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