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Cyber Legacy Drop Four Dota 2 Players

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The Russian esports organization Cyber Legacy has dropped four players from its Dota 2 roster. The only remaining member is Zaur "Cooman" Shakhmurzaev.

It’s a rough year for the not so successful organizations in esports. Numerous teams already dropped their rosters while others are making some serious changes due to bad results. The Russian Cyber Legacy recently parted ways with four of their Dota 2 players.

The four players who leave the organization are:

  • Idan "MagicaL" Vardanian
  • Evgeniy "Blizzy" Ree
  • Danil "Bignum" Shehovtsov
  • Semion "CemaTheSlayer" Krivulya

This leaves the team with only a single member, their carry player - Zaur "Cooman" Shakhmurzaev. According to the official statement above the main reason are the latest results shown by the team.

After the unsatisfactory results at ESL one Germany, we realized that we need to change a lot in the Dota 2 roster. We would like to thank the guys for the time spent together. We wish all the guys good luck and success in the future!

Cyber Legacy finished 12-14th in the recent ESL One Germany and they were clearly not happy with that. In comparison, their previous event went a lot better. In the OMEGA League: Europe Divine Division CL reached third place. Many of us were expecting to see Cyber Legacy in the qualifiers for the upcoming Epic League but now that they’re left with only a single player the team has withdrawn from their chance at the tournament.

Video Credit: Pubstar Dota 2 via YouTube

The roster shuffle is in full swing yet again and many players in the CIS region were left orgless or teamless. That led to the creation of new stacks. One such example is Live to Win. A team with some former Na’Vi, Virtus.pro and EXTREMUM players. They survived the group stage and their next challenge will be the playoffs of DOTA Summit 13 EU/CIS.

Back to Cyber Legacy, we have no doubt that the team will fill their roster before the start of the new Dota 2 competitive season. There’s plenty of time until 2021.

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