HellRaisers reveals Yuragi as stand-in for Lima Major
HellRaisers announces OG Esports’ Yuragi to be their stand-in, taking on the carry role for the Lima Major 2023.
It looks like one of the OG Esports boys is going to make it to the Lima Major after all. In a recent announcement, HellRaisers finally revealed their stand-in for the upcoming Lima Major. Yuragi, who played for OG Esports will take on the carry role in HellRaisers. The team will be heading off to Lima, Peru for the first Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Major of the 2023 season.
Daxak departed from HellRaisers prior to the Lima Major
HellRaisers recently removed Nikita "Daxak" Kuzmin from their roster, leading them to have no carry player before the Lima Major. They went their separate ways despite qualifying for the Lima Major with the Russian player. In a recent interview with Escorenews.com, Daxak explained his reason for his departure, putting it on bad team chemistry and clashes of roles and opinions.
HellRaisers part ways with Daxak despite qualifying for the Lima Major
Despite securing a slot in the upcoming Lima Major, HellRaisers made a sudden roster change and parted ways with Daxak.
Sarah "KZ" Zulkiflee
HellRaisers had put on a great performance in the EEU DPC. They were third in ranking after BetBoom Team and Team Spirit and managed to grab the last EEU slot for the Lima Major. We will be seeing this HellRaisers' roster going into the Lima Major:
- Artem "Yuragi" Golubiev
- Gleb "depressed kid" Zyryanov
- Matvey "MieRo`" Vasyunin
- Vladislav "Antares" Kertman
- Alexey "Solo" Berezin
OG Esports will miss the first DPC Major of 2023
This is the first time OG Esports will be sitting out of the DPC Major since their first major roster change in 2021. They were tied for third position in the WEU DPC together with Tundra Esports and Entity. Unfortunately, after a seemingly infinite tiebreaker series that lasted for two days and nine games, OG Esports said goodbye to their Lima Major slot. Some other teams such as PSG.LGD are also attending with a stand-in.
OG left out of Lima as Entity and Tundra pack for Peru at end of Tiebreakers
Infinite tiebreakers were not so infinite on their second day as OG lose out to Tundra Esports and Entity, missing a trip to Peru.
We will be seeing Yuragi and the HellRaisers in Lima Major 2023 soon starting February 22.
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