The Brazilian multi-gaming organisation paiN Gaming has decided to put an end to their Dota 2 roster. Through a tweet made earlier, paiN Gaming has made it clear that they’re not interested in continuing their legacy for South American Dota anymore.
The tweet, which was originally made in Portuguese, roughly translates to – “Today paiN says goodbye to the line-up that gave life to the organisation, Dota2! MOBA is part of our history and we do not intend to stay out for a long time.”
While no immediate plans for the future of the organisation was made clear, they did hint towards their return in the MOBA genre soon.
The cause of their sudden departure from the Dota 2 scene isn’t transparent. It might be the results of the current pandemic situation which is wreaking worldwide havoc combined with the repeated failures of the team recently. While they did qualify for the Leipzig Major, they failed to produce any significant results and lost to beastcoast in the elimination bracket.
The roster for paiN Gaming included William “hFn” Medeiros, Leonardo “Mandy” Viana, Danylo “Kingrd” Nascimento, Kaue “Dunha1” Camuci and Anderson “444” Santos, who will need to find a team now if they want to stay relevant in the Dota 2 scene.
Another South American team – Infamous also announced drastic changes to their Dota 2 roster. Through a tweet made on Monday, they announced that they’re replacing 4 players in their Dota 2 team.
The tweet translates to – “Today we announce the new roster of @Infamous_GG. Also, we will be doing tests for the new team of #InfamousYoung.” The new roster consisted of Crhistian “Pakazs” Savina, Eliseo “Kxy” Arancibia, Mariano “Papita” Caneda, Miguel “Michael-” Choque and Christian “Accel” Cruz.
We’re sure millions of South American Dota 2 fans will be eagerly waiting for the next tournament to watch what this new Infamous team can bring to the table.