OB.Neon announces departure from Hustla

OB.Neon has undergone a roster change following Tour 1 of Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Southeast Asia (SEA) 2021-22 Division 1. In a Facebook post, the organization announced its departure. Ravdan’s 4th place”Hustla“Narmandakh (also known as”Storyteller“). As a key member of the team, Hustla played a key role in OB.Neon’s title win at the Huya Winter Invitational 2021. The roster change comes after OB.Neon finished fifth on Tour 1 of the team. DPC 2021-22. Despite the slow start, this team showed promise to stay in Division 1 in the second half.

OB.Neon and Hustla piece by piece

“We would like to thank Narman for his efforts, his dynamic play and sense of humor will be missed by everyone at the club.” OB.Neon wrote to wish him the best in his future endeavors.

With the recent roster change, OB.Neon currently lacks players in fourth place.

  1. Jinn Marrey”Palos“Lamatao

  2. Tri Daya”MamangDay“Pamungkas

  3. Michael Roi”Enryu“Ladines

  4. TBD

  5. Federico Jr. Cartagina”Abeng“Dicdican

Hustla left OB.Neon after five months. He joined the team in August 2021 to replace Rolen Andrei Gabriel “slant” Bee. After Hustla joined, the team went through a number of changes. The team competing in DPC’s Tournament 1 had gathered together just days before the match started.

After getting off to a bad start to its Tour 1 campaign with three straight losses, OB.Neon began to show signs of life during the Huya Winter Invitational 2021, which occurred while Tour 1 was on break. The team went up against some of China’s strongest teams and eventually qualified for the event after beating Royal Never Give Up 3-1 in the final.

As Tour 1 continued, OB.Neon stunned everyone by taking out the region’s rogue T1, and although they didn’t maintain the same form as they did in the next series, they finished well. in 5th place and maintained Division 1 status. .

The OB.Neon roster change could be the first in a series of roster changes that are rumored to take place in Southeast Asia over the next few weeks. Therefore, there will probably be a lot of players to choose for the number 4 position in the squad. In Hustla’s case, he played in the European region this past season, and it remains to be seen whether he will choose to stick with SEA or try for another European team this time.

You can follow us Dota 2 roster change tracker for an update on all roster changes, not just in SEA, but in all six regions in the run-up to Tour 2 starting on March 14.

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