The new year is bound to bring back the Dota Pro Circuit. With under three weeks before DPC is re-installed, with a new format featuring the long awaited regional leagues, the professional teams that still haven’t sorted out their rosters are making through the final days of 2020 the last arrangements in order to start 2021 in a full formula.
South America seems to be in full shuffle swing as a couple of teams are announcing roster changes. After Thunder Predator released their support 4 player last week, going down to just three members left on the team, Infamous Gaming are in a much different situation, being able to lock in a full five-man roster just before the new year’s eve.
Infamous were down to four players since early November, when the young mid laner, Eliseo “Kxy” Arancibia left the team to join Ego Boys. Since then, Infamous competed with Jean “Mr.Jeans” Natividad standing in for three online events, and while he did not make the difference in the BTS Pro Series Season 4 open qualifiers where Infamous dropped out in the round of 32, he proved himself at Movistar Liga Pro Gaming Season 6, placing top 4 with Infamous and at the Valve sponsored online event Realms Collide: The Burning Darkness, where the team reached the grand finals.
Given the clear improvement made over the past month, Infamous officially announced the signing of Mr.Jeans and locked their roster on Valve’s official registration page.
At the same time, Infamous captain announced a nickname change. Mariano “Papita” Caneda decided to leave behind the nick which would translate as “little potato” and went for his real name, Mariano, instead.
Infamous roster from position 1 to 5:
- Crhistian “Pakazs” Savina
- Jean “Mr.Jeans” Natividad
- Mariano Caneda
- Miquel “Michael-” Choque
- Christian “Accel” Cruz