Teams are changing, professional players are leaving and old faces are reappearing.
The last couple of days in the DOTA 2 professional scene have been crazy with teams like EG, having a new roster to powerhouses like Team Liquid disbanding.
One thing is clear, the changing of rosters is not over.
Earlier today, Adrian “Fata” Trinks announced that they will be making a new roster for his fresh team that includes Neta “33” Shapir, Simon “Handsken” Haag, Linus “Limmp” Blomdin and Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov.
The name of the team has not yet been announced, but we can at least now say goodbye to Ti9’s Ninjas in Pyjamas line-up considering Fata and 33 has left.
It wasn’t a surprise that NiP would undergo changes, after the poor performance at the previous International but to the extent of creating a new team, that definitely was a shocker.
The fresh team has a pretty strong line-up, especially since Nikobaby is joining the roster.
Nikobaby performed exceptionally well during the Ti9, his former team Mineski had a superb line-up, the team did an amazing job holding their position while advancing through the tournament until they got eliminated by Team Secret.
33 and Fata aren't the only ones in the newly-made team that have chemistry going on.
Handsken and Limmp go way back a couple years too, when they were teammates playing for CompLexity Gaming.
In fact, Limmp even stuck with his team until the organization released their entire roster.
The newly-made team is looking to be a serious contender in the upcoming qualifiers, with the team having good chemistry, social wise and a good set of skills when it comes to DOTA 2 gameplay.