OG announced a player-coach swap on Monday after the Dota 2 team did not qualify for the $500,000 Dota Pro Circuit Lima Major in Peru.
Russian support player Mikhail “Misha” Agatov is being replaced by coach Evgenii “Chu” Makarov of Russia, with Misha staying with the organization as a coach.
In a tweet Monday, OG wrote that Chu will be the position 5 player, with the roster filled out by Artem “Yuragi” Golubiev of Ukraine, Bozhidar “Bzm” Bogdanov of Bulgaria, Dmitry “DM” Dorokhin of Russia, Norway’s Tommy “Taiga” Le and Chu.
Misha, now a coach, was a key member after the original roster retired. But after strong showings for OG on the DPC tour in 2022, he has missed most LAN events because of visa problems and had to be replaced in offline tournaments, according to reports.
–Field Level Media
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