Vega Squadron Dismisses Dota 2 Roster

Vega Squadron used to be well-known for their Starcraft II team only. Recently, it has covered other sports as well. No wonder it won a famous LAN tournament, namely the ESL One New York 2015.

The decision of Vega Squadron to dissolve their European Dota 2 roster was determined by unsatisfactory results. At that point, the team separated from Dota 2 Rosters. They were aiming to reach LAN-finals, although they only took part in DreamLeague Minor. There are more than several tier-1 teams in the European region. To reach Majors and even Minors, you should take over NiP, Liquid, OF and Secret. All 4 teams belong to the world top ten.

Joining Vega Squadron, the team reached a certain level of success by making some changes in roster and moving in the right direction. At the same time, it is not enough to demonstrate the out outcomes they would like to observe right now. As for Vega Squadron Dota 2 roster, they are going to put it on a break until the next Major/Minor cycle. For now, Vega is going to concentrate on the development of the Vega Squadron Academy where young players can get all the necessary knowledge and skills.

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The Official Statement of the eSports Administration

The director of Vega Squadron has made an official statement concerning the team’s decision to dissolve its Dota 2 Roster. The motivation behind this decision was the lack of results. At the same time, the results are the ones that are of the immense importance.

In 2018, Vega Squadron has spoken about a previous roster, as they chose the Team Lithium team a month afterward. In the background of the competitive European countries, they managed to reach the 7th spot at the Dota 2 Pro Circuit event they were involved in. Considering the fact that their results were quite noteworthy at European events, they had to take action. The possible solution was to find new members for the team, including Dmitry “DM” Dorokhin, Maurice “KheZu” Gutmann, Omar “Madara” Dabachach, and Petu “Peksu” Vaatainen. Currently, they are about to organize a new team. According to the latest statement, the team aims to concentrate on promoting young players in the future perspectives.