The Chaos Esports Club’s Dota 2 squad who played at The International 2019 is now totally disbanded.
Chaos Esports Club has decided to disband it’s Dota 2 team leaving Rasmus “Misery” Filipsen into free agency. Chaos Esports Club CEO, Greg Laird said that Misery had “personally contributed” to the growth of Chaos’ Dota 2 since the beginning.
Thank you @MiSeRyDOTA who we will be releasing into free agency! Rasmus has been an incredibly valuable part of our team and we are sad to see him go, but wish him the best of luck in all of his future endeavors.— Chaos EC 👻 (@ChaosEC) October 29, 2019
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The announcement was sudden and was as a complete shock to most Dota 2 fans, especially in Europe as the team was able to enter TI9 by winning the European regional qualifiers. Although the team struggled to find success during the group stage of TI9 and were eliminated before the Main Event, they are still one of the best teams.
Chaos Esports Club’s The International 2019 roster:
- (1) Cheng “vtFaded” Hao
- (2) Lasse “MATUMBAMAN” Urpalainen
- (3) Maurice “KheZu Gutmann
- (4) Milan “MiLAN” Kozomara
- (5) Rasmus “MISERY” Filipsen
What will Chaos Esports Club do next?
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Chaos Esports Club (formerly known as Digital Chaos) aka Chaos E.C. is a gaming lifestyle and multi-title esports organization created to be a brand fan are proud to represent at and away from the keyboard.