photo by EHOME
EHOME have made a post on Weibo discussing an issue they are having with one of their players and his entrance into Sweden for the upcoming DreamLeague Season 11 Major.
Earlier today Zhang ‘xiao8’ Ning, the famous Chinese Dota 2 player and now coach of EHOME, posted on Weibo the following:
Roughly translated it comes to the following:
With the Stockholm Major right around the corner, the club is proactively attempting to help our players to get visas to Sweden. However, we’ve encountered a problem.
Due to the fact that our player Luo ’eGo’ Bin is still under 18 (he will turn 18 this July), his visa application requires his parents to get 2 authentication documents from both local authority and the Swedish embassy in China. These documents will take 20 days while the visa application will take another 15 days which means even with the express service the whole process will take at least more than 30 days.
eGo’s parents have started the authentication on February 11th, but it’s still highly likely that eGo won’t be able to get the visa in time.
As such, the club is seeking assistance from people who may be familiar with the Swedish embassy to see if there’s any way to help eGo get the visa in time.
DreamLeague Season 11, otherwise known as the Stockholm Major, begins on March 14th and runs through to March 24th 2019. The event features 16 of the world’s best Dota 2 squads all heading to Stockholm, Sweden to battle for a shared prize pool of $1,000,000 but more importantly the 15,000 Dota 2 Pro Circuit Points on offer.
We will keep you updated on any and all news coming out of the EHOME camp dealing with their players visa in the coming weeks. For now, the team will be heading to MDL Macau 2019 in just a few days.