SEA DotA 2 establishment Signify is reportedly in early talks with ex-Optic India roster. The reports of former Optic India players looking for a home was emerging soon after Optic terminated contracts of the players following f0rsaken fiasco.
Signify, a prominent DotA 2 roster originally from India is the brainchild of COBX Gaming, the company which announced significant investment plan in the Indian esports through a gaming event.
- Agneya ‘Marzil’ Koushik
- Lukas ‘yb’ Groning
- Sunny ‘DEATHMAKER’ Das
The parent company, Route Mobile, was in the news when it had last year announced the investment into the competitive gaming industry could be anywhere around $10mn ~ INR 65 Crores.
Optic India’s squad could be the best bet for Signify in terms of exploring their CS:GO division. Since the dust has settled, Optic India players are determining their next step. Signify, being an independent professional organization have resources no less than what Optic India had to offer to the players.
As per the information available with us, the team is looking to continue with the core 4-man Optic India with an additional player.
Signify was recently in the mainstream news covered by IndiaTimes, where the team’s full setup was featured. Tawian Excellence Cup 2018 title holders will now make their way to the CSGO franchise for the very first time.
Signify DOTA 2
- Moin ‘no_Chanc3’ Aijaz
- Raunak ‘MrCrowely’ Sen
- Balaji ‘BlizzarD’ Ramnarayan
- Jeet ‘Swifty-‘ Kundra
- Omkar ‘Passol’ Urankar
- Dhavnit ‘Negi’ Negi
A few sources have also confirmed us about the negotiations going on with Vietnamese Crazyguy. Though these are just early stage developments with no official confirmations.