Quincy Crew reveals SumaiL’s replacement

Quincy Crew named the player who will replace Saeed “SumaiL” Hassan in its Dota 2 roster. Jonas SabeRLighT- Wolek , who Quincy loaned from Team Singularity, will be the new member of the side. This was tweeted by manager of the American team, Jack “KBBQ” Chen.

At the time of this writing, we are not aware of Sumail’s whereabouts. Meanwhile, SabeRLighT- will take the position of the offlaner in the team, this role was previously occupied by Yawar “YawaR”. Now Sumail’s brother will switch to his signature Carry role.

On October 10, Quincy Crew defeated Demon Slayers  in the North American Qualifiers final and qualified for the first major of the DOTA Summit 11 season. Right after the game, KBBQ announced that SumaiL had left the roster, owing to some disagreements in the team .

In 2017-2019 SabeRLighT – played for the Czech roster Hippomaniacs, and then competed for The International 2019 with team Singularity. His signature heroes are Ax, Earthshaker, and Centaur Warrunner.

VANSKOR looking for a new team

Ivan VANSKOR Skorokhod announced that he is interested in signing for a Dota2 roster. He tweeted that he wanted to pursue a career in Europe or the CIS and was ready to take fourth or fifth position.

He recently signed for Old But Gold tag in August after leaving Team Spirit during the start of the 2019/2020 DPC season. Together with the team, the player participated in the GG.Bet Hamburg Invitational and WePlay! Reshuffle Madness 2019. Vanskor also finished third in the closed qualifiers for MDL Chengdu Major and played in the qualifiers for DOTA Summit 11 .

It is unspecified whether the remaining members of the squad will continue to play together. The team should perform in the first season of the Parimatch League. At the time of this writing, the organizers did not inform when the team will hold the first match in the tournament.

Mushi quits Keen Gaming

Tea “Mushi” Yo Fung left the first team of Keen Gaming. This was reported by the organization’s Weibo page. The club managers did not specify why Mushi left, but indicated in a statement that the player has “decided to rest.”

The organization’s management thanked Yeo Fun “for everything he did for Keen Gaming,” so it remains unclear that he will return to the team. With the departure of Mushi from Keen, some role changes were announced: Jiang 天命 An moved from fourth to fifth position, and Zhuan xiaofu Yongfu from Keen Gaming. Luminous was invited to his signature role.

Mushi joined Keen Gaming in September 2019 during the transfer window. Together with the Chinese team, he performed in the regional qualifiers for ESL One Hamburg 2019 and MDL Chengdu Major, however, his team could not win a single match of the LAN finals.

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