Yuragi and Sanctity Join Natus Vincere

Perhaps the biggest news of the day in the competitive Dota 2 scene is the unexpected addition of new players to NAVI’s Dota 2 roster. In addition to Yuragi, the Ukrainian organization has also signed sanctity-, completing their main starting five. After twenty-seven months with OG, Yuragi has terminated his contract with the organization and joined NAVI.

“With these signings, we plan not only to strengthen our Dota 2 roster but also to change the club’s strategic development towards gradually forming an international lineup and switching to English as the communication language. I welcome Artem and Sukhbat to the team and wish them a quick adaptation and future victories!” wrote Amiran “ami” Rekhviashvili, the head of NAVI’s esports department.

Yuragi has indeed been a pivotal player in OG’s roster for over two years. Together, they have won major tournaments such as ESL One Stockholm Major 2022 and ESL One Malaysia 2022. They have also achieved a top-four finish at Riyadh Masters 2022 and a top-eight finish at The International 2022.

Not Yuragi alone

Meanwhile, NAVI has also added another player in addition to Yuragi. Sukhbat ‘sanctity-‘ Otgonbataar, a Mongolian player relatively unknown on the international stage, is joining the renowned CIS organization. However, the young player has a decent experience playing in the SEA DPC region and is considered a highly promising talent. Thus, Natus Vincere’s inactive roster officially welcomes not one but two Maxims: Yuragi and Sanctity.

  • Maxim ‘mellojul’ Pnev
  • Maxim ‘shigetsu’ Popadinets

The next match for NAVI will take place in the qualifiers for DreamLeague Season 23. The main event is set to begin in May 2024, featuring a prize pool of one million dollars and the participation of the top 12 Dota 2 teams.

With this change, the Dota 2 NAVI roster looks like this:

  • Artem ‘Yuragi’ Golubev
  • Sukhbat ‘sanctity-’ Otgondawaa
  • Dmitry ‘Nefrit’ Tarasich
  • Bakyt ‘W_Zayac’ Emilzhanov
  • Arman ‘Malady’ Orazbaev
  • Vitaly ‘Sword_Art’ Petkin (trainer)

As the Dota 2 scene eagerly anticipates the arrival of the new patch, the tension is palpable as DreamLeague Season 22 reaches its climactic stages. With 24 teams initially vying for glory, the former Yuragi squad managed to make their mark by securing a respectable third-place finish in the group stage. However, their performance took a downturn in the subsequent phase, leaving them disappointed with a lackluster 6th place and an early exit from the competition. As the tournament progresses, only a handful of teams remain in the fray, each fiercely determined to claim the ultimate victory. Among the contenders are Team Spirit, Xtreme Gaming, Team Falcons, and BetBoom. With the playoffs just around the corner, anticipation grows for the captivating battles that lie ahead. Spectators and fans alike are eagerly awaiting the thrilling climax that will determine the DreamLeague Season 22 champion.

The intensity of the matches is expected to be off the charts as these skilled teams showcase their strategies, teamwork, and individual prowess on the grand stage. The pressure to perform under the spotlight will undoubtedly push the players to their limits, resulting in epic clashes and unforgettable moments. DreamLeague Season 22 has been a testament to the competitive spirit and dedication of the Dota 2 community. The tournament has provided a platform for both established teams and rising stars to showcase their skills and leave their mark on the scene. As the remaining teams battle it out, the stakes are high, and the desire to claim the lion’s share of the prize pool and the prestigious title intensifies.

For Dota 2 fans around the world, the upcoming playoffs promise to deliver an exhilarating spectacle filled with strategic plays, breathtaking team fights, and nail-biting moments. So, mark your calendars and prepare for the grand finale of DreamLeague Season 22, where the best of the best will clash in a battle for supremacy on the Dota 2 stage.

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