The star-studded CIS lineup, Just Error might have found an organization to fully support them in the long road to The International 10.
Roman Dvoryankin, former Virtus.pro CEO, currently helping Just Error in their first steps towards finding an optimal setup for their development as a team, spoke with the Russian outlet cyber.sports.ru and gave a few details about his collaboration with the players. According to mister Dvoryankin, Just Error abandoned the initial plan of creating an organization. “In the current reality it simply does not make economic sense,” he said, adding that his main task became to find an already established organization to sign the roster. He also declared that the search might be over as “a large and successful European organization made a worthy offer”.
While Roman Dvoryankin gave no details and no hints about who might sign the Just Error line-up, and on what terms, the team has reportedly asked between $75,000 and $100,000 in total per month along with full support from the organization until The International 10.
Asked about the rather disappointing recent result of Just Error at Epic League, Roman Dvoryankin told cyber.sports.ru that “everyone was prepared for failure, so the result was somewhat expected.”
“We deliberately did not make loud statements at the beginning, because the guys’ plan was to try to play one or two tournaments, figure out what they themselves want, and wait for some more clarity with the start of official Valve tournaments,” he added.
Just Error have also accepted a direct invite at OGA Dota PIT Season 4 and are expected to resume playing next week. While the Epic League was their first trial by fire and towards the end of their tournament run they decided to swap out Syed “SumaiL” Hassan for Roman “Resolut1on” Fominok, the change was announced as temporary and most likely it was made to overcome the problems caused by SumaiL’s in-game latency as he is playing from the United States. Just Error have made no updates regarding their line-up for OGA Dota PIT Europe and CIS competition, which is set to begin on December 16, but Roman Dvoryankin did comment for cyber.sports.ru that “everyone needs a couple of days to think over everything and decide what to do next and whether to accept the offer on hand.”
Just Error official roster:
- Roman “RAMZEs” Kushnarev
- Syed “SumaiL” Hassan
- Vladimir “No[o]ne” Minenko
- Bakyt “Zayac” Emilzhanov
- Alexey “Solo” Berezin