Miracle- returns from break to play in DreamLeague Season 19 with Nigma Galaxy cover image

Miracle- returns from break to play in DreamLeague Season 19 with Nigma Galaxy

ATF steps back and Miracle- returns. Nigma Galaxy will play with its old roster in the upcoming DreamLeague Season 19.

The Dota 2 superstar is back! Nigma Galaxy announced Miracle-'s temporary return to the team for the upcoming DreamLeague Season 19 of the ESL Pro Tour. In the meantime, Nigma Galaxy's young player, ATF will step to the inactive bench.

Earlier this day, ESL announced that PSG.LGD will not make it to the DreamLeague Season 19 due to VISA issues. Shortly after, the tournament organizer revealed that Nigma Galaxy will fill in the vacant spot.

The Dota 2 community was then bombarded with news from Nigma Galaxy, first announcing ATF's break and then Miracle-'s return. It is to be highlighted that this roster shift is temporary. ATF is inactive "for the time being". Meanwhile, Miracle-'s return is also not permanent and he will join Nigma Galaxy in DreamLeague Season 19 as a stand-in.

Ammar out, Miracle in for DreamLeague Season 19

Nonetheless, fans are excited to see the iconic Jordanian return to the limelight with his former teammates in Nigma. Miracle- has been on an indefinite break since December 2022 and he too rarely appeared in pubs.

Miracle- has been active on his smurf account.<br>Source: <a href="https://www.dota2protracker.com/player/Miracle%20(smurf%206)#" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener nofollow">Dota Pro Tracker</a>
Miracle- has been active on his smurf account.
Source: Dota Pro Tracker

But recently, Miracle- has been spotted spamming games on his smurf account. He played 23 games in the span of 8 days and he's been on a green record. Fans were speculating about his return and his sudden activity might indeed be due to the upcoming DreamLeague Season 19.

DreamLeague Season 19 is on the horizon

EPT's DreamLeague S19 brings the top teams from across the world to Europe for a slice of the $1 million USD prize pool. Many consider this tournament a mini-Major due to its stacked lineup and massive prize money. For two weeks, we'll see DreamLeague unfold and this could also be a solid indicator of team performances before the Berlin Major. The tournament starts tomorrow on April 9th, so buckle up!

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