- Roman “RAMSES666” Kushnarev makes his return to the game after a three-month hiatus
- The player will team up with his previous ally Alexey “Solo” Berezin and other professionals
- The five players’ next match is set to be against Team Spirit at the EPIC League Season 3
EPIC League’s Season 3 will mark the return of RAMZES666, who will be joining a new team alongside Solo whom he has played with previously.
RAMZES666 Returns Just in Time for EPIC League
Roman Kushnarev, known as RAMZES666 is a CIS player who last played for Just Error along with some elites such as Solo, SumaiL, No[o]ne. Fans that had their hopes up for the future of the team were left disappointed as Just Error disbanded after just one tournament. Since then, RAMZES666 took a break from the professional scene.
The player had gone into almost three months of competitive inactivity, leading Dota 2 enthusiasts to hope and speculate about his eventual return. Some suggested he had assembled a team in January but was too late to register it. Fans need to theorize no more as EPICENTER just made the announcement they were waiting for.
RAZMES666 will now be joining the vaguely named “Dota Team” together with four of the most elite free agents. Among them is aforementioned Alexey “Solo” Berenzin – a player who has previously played with Kushnarev in the ranks of not just Just Error but of Vitus.pro as well. The other three members are Rostrislav “fn” Lozovoi, Milan “MiLAN” Kozomara and Abdimalik “Malik” Sajlau.
Previously fn and MiLAN were teamed with Live to Win and mudgolems at respectively while Solo and Malik have played at the DPC league as a part of NoTechies. However NoTechies’ performance at the CIS 2021 DPC S1: Upper Division wasn’t a breeze for them and they fell to the bottom.
Dota Team’s debut will be in the EPIC League Season 3. Because of what happened with Just Error, people are unsure whether RAMZES666 will stick with his new team for Season 2. Whatever the case, Dota Team’s first obstacle will be Team Spirit. The future of the team may depend on the outcome of the tournament.