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Yuragi leaves OG, joins NAVI

NAVI also sign sanctity- to complete their playing five.

After nearly twenty-seven months together, Yuragi has joined NAVI and has parted ways with OG. OG put together a heartfelt farewell for their former player.

Yuragi parts ways with OG

With these signings, we plan not only to strengthen our Dota 2 roster but also to adjust the club’s strategic development vector towards the gradual formation of an international roster, as well as changing the language of communication to English.

I welcome Artem and Sukhbat to the team and wish them speedy adaptation and future victories!

Amiran “ami” Rekhviashvili – NAVI Head of Esports.

After nearly three years with OG, Yurgai had become an integral part of their Dota 2 roster. Together, they had won big events such as ESL One Stockholm Major 2022 and ESL One Malaysia 2022. They also finished in the top 4 at Riyadh Masters 2022 as well as the top eight at The International 2022. 

NAVI make two roster changes including Yuragi

Meanwhile, NAVI have also added another player in addition to Yuragi. Joining the famed CIS organization is Sukhbat ‘sanctity-’ Otgondavaa who is a relatively unknown player on the international stage. However, the youngster has decent experience playing in the SEA DPC and has been a very competitive force to reckon with. 

Moving to the inactive roster on the NAVI Dota 2 team are: 

  • Maksym ‘mellojul’ Pnov
  • Maksym ‘shigetsu’ Popadynets

NAVI’s next match will be at the DreamLeague Season 23 qualifiers. The main event starts in May 2024 and will feature a million-dollar prize pool with 12 of the best Dota 2 teams in action.

With this change, NAVI’s Dota 2 roster is as follows:

  • Artem ‘Yuragi’ Golubiev
  • Sukhbat ‘sanctity-’ Otgondavaa
  • Dmytro 'Nefrit'» ' Tarasych
  • Bakyt ‘W_Zayac’ Emilzhanov
  • Arman ‘Malady’ Orazbayev
  • Vitalii ‘Sword_Art’ Petkin (coach)

DreamLeague Season 22 is currently ongoing with twenty-four teams in attendance. OG finished third in the group stage although their performance in the second group stage was disappointing. They finished 6th and found themselves eliminated from the event. The event is now down to its final few teams with Team Spirit, Xtreme Gaming, Team Falcons and BetBoom esports in contention. Dota 2 fans can stay up to date with the event and its live results here.

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