After spending some time on the best team in North America, Roman “RAMZES666” Kushnarev is no longer a part of EG.
2020 was a really strange year for Dota 2. Due to the global pandemic, every LAN tournament was canceled, which is why we got to see loads of online events. Sadly, RAMEZS66 was unable to show his full potential during those tournaments. Due to the fact his team-mates were in NA, he had to play with high ping. To make matters worse, the hour-difference was also difficult to deal with.
RAZMESS666 is a free agent
My contract with @EvilGeniuses is terminated,I’m a free agent now.Huge respect to coach @BuLbaDotA_ for everything you’ve done, thanks to my teammates for great times together,@Phillip_Aram @totheLaPointe and the rest of EG staff for taking good care of me. New challenges ahead!
— Roman Kushnarev (@ramzes) February 1, 2021
Virtus.Pro used to have one of the best Dota 2 rosters in the world, at least until TI 9. However, following their poor performance, the team decided to make drastic roster changes. As a result, Roman joined EG in the post-TI-9 shuffle.
Besides joining a new team, RAMZES666 also changed CIS for NA. As if that was not enough, the talented player had to change his role to offlane because Artour “Arteezy” Babaev was (and still is) EG’s carry.
Before COVID-19 changed the world, RAMZESS played in both Majors. In fact, he and his teammates even managed to reach second place at DreamLeague Season 13. Unfortunately, once the lockdowns started happening, the CIS player was unable to play alongside his teammates.
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Since there weren’t that many tournaments, EG decided to take a break around mid-2020. As a result, Ramzess was moved to inactive status. He tried to team up with some of his former colleagues and formed a team called Just Error. Although it had loads of potential on paper, the team was unable to live up to the expectations.
Now that he is a free agent, it will be really interesting to see whether he will team up with Vladimir “No[o]ne” Minenko and Pavel “9pasha” Khvastunov. Both of them also missed out on the start of the new DPC. so there is a pretty good chance that they might team-up with Ramzess once more.
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