OG tapped into the Americas area to finish its 2024 Dota 2 roster. The 2-time TI-winning group recruited Adrián “Wisper” Dobles from Evil Geniuses and Matthew “Ari” Walker from TSM, whereas Sébastien “Ceb” Debs stays on the helm.
All through 2023, OG didn’t stabilize its roster as Evgenii “Chu” Makarov and Mikhail “Misha” Agatov struggled with visa points whereas Tommy “Taiga” Le battled with habit.
OG nonetheless gathered a closing roster in time for TI 2023 qualifiers, however their run was lower brief by PSG.Quest. After lacking TI, OG was invited to ESL One Kuala Lumpur 2023‘s closed qualifiers alongside Staff Liquid.
Thought to be the most effective offlaners in South America, Wisper competed with beastcoast and Evil Geniuses within the final 4 years. After patch 7.34, the offlane turned essentially the most impactful place in Dota 2, and good offlaners’ market worth elevated tremendously.
This additionally mirrored on place 4 gamers as most begin video games within the offlane, making them the second most important a part of the success within the offlane. OG paired Wisper with Ari, a British help participant who spent the final aggressive 12 months in NA with TSM.
Whereas many anticipated OG to additionally discover a new place 5 gamers, Ceb determined to stay with the staff for one more 12 months, regardless of claiming DreamLeague would formally be his ‘final trip’ with OG Dota 2 in Summer time 2023.
In preparation for the qualifiers, the brand new OG roster is presently positioned at N0tail’s Sunflower Home in Lisbon. With a give attention to “training, improvement, and staff bonding,” OG goals to start out the brand new 12 months with a bang. Versus earlier years, the OG teenager can have the veteran Ceb with them as a pacesetter from the get-go, each in matches and outdoors of Dota 2.
With two Aegises below his belt, Ceb’s involvement from the start may very well be OG’s it issue after an inconsistent season.