Just Error Dota 2 team to disband after one tournament

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Just Error’s roster is set to disband after one tournament despite being offered a contract from a top-tier European organization. The deal fell through as the players were skeptical about reaching the top level with this line-up.

Just Error was brought the core of Virtus pro in captain Alexey “Solo” Berezin, Vladimir “No[o]ne” Minenko and Bakyt “Zayac” Emilzhanov to join RAMZES. The squad was squared off by Syed “SumaiL” Hassan, a player desired by everyone in the line-up, especially RAMZES.

However, despite the potential, Roman “RAMZES666” Kushnarev confirmed that they were parting ways because they were not confident in their ability to play as a team. The language barrier, time zone, ping issues, and lack of practice were some of the hurdles that gave rise to this lack of confidence.

“As I have said in many interviews, the first idea to play with Sumail appeared last year after International, but then I already agreed with EG, and we did not work out,”. “A couple of months ago, after the Omega League, we decided to try again.” expressed RAMZES on his desire to make it work with SumaiL.

“We did not want to let down our new organization, to bind ourselves with contracts and unnecessary obligations in a situation where we were not 100% confident in ourselves and our teammates,” “We can say that this is the end of the story of Just Error.” said RAMZES about the contract offered.

The European organization organization was turned down by the roster as they were unsure about delivering. Being bound to contract means they will have to stick together for an indefinite period despite their differences. The separated players will be looking for a new home post disbanding.

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