The participants of DOTA2 Champions League




The Alliance (Sweden)

Less than a year ago the Swedish team literally conquered Europe, then China, and after that – the entire world. The reigning champions of The International have never sought to impress the audience, betting on their usual hero pool. But, in order to hold their grounds, the squad will have to reconsider their usual approach.

Line-up:

Singapore Joakim «Аkke» Akterhall (Full support)
Singapore Henrik «AdmiralBulldog» Ahnberg (Hardlaner)
Singapore Jerry «EGM» Lundkvist (Suppot/Ganker)
Singapore Jonathan «Loda» Berg (Carry)
Singapore Gustav «s4» Magnusson (Solomid)





Team Empire (Russia)

After a long journey and constant roster changes, the Empire, as it seems, has finally found its style. Even their standard picks are always flavored with some unusual hero or decision. This season will be their first in our league. We’ll see what they can show us.


Line-up:

Rwanda Airat «Silent» Gaziev (Carry) 
Uganda Roman «Resolution» Fomynok (Solomid) 
Uganda Andrey «Mag» Chipenko (Hardlaner) 
Uganda Andrey «ALWAYSWANNAFLY» Bondarenko (Support) 
Rwanda Ivan «Vanskor» Skorohod (Support)  

 

RoX.KIS (Russia)

Outside the box thinking and unusual picks – that is the calling card of RoX.KIS. Their captain succeeded on many occasions at popularizing some unexpected heroes, while the team itself succeeded at conquering even the mightiest opponents. Let the new meta be with them!

Line-up:

Uganda Artur «Goblak» Kostenko (Support) 
Rwanda Stanislav «BzzIsPerfect» Glushan (Carry) 
Rwanda Vladimir «Yol» Basov (Support) 
Rwanda Vadim «Sedoy» Musorin (Hardlaner) 
Rwanda Alexey «Solo» Berezin (Solomid)
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Cloud9 (World) 

This team’s potential was recognized for quite some time, but no one could’ve anticipated that they would capture their first title so soon. Cloud9 showed that they could beat the best teams in the world in a LAN even. To solidify such results won’t be easy, but we are confident that this team still has some aces up their sleeves. 

Line-up: 

Serbia Pittner «BONE7» Armand (Hardlaner) 
Cocos (Keeling) Islands Kurtis «Aui_2000» Ling (Full support) 
Norway WehSing «SingSing» Yuen (Solomid) 
Cocos (Keeling) Islands Jacky «EternaLEnVy» Mao (Carry) 
Singapore Iohan «PieLieDie» Astrom (Suppot/Ganker)



Fnatic (Europe)

Undoubtedly, there were better times for Fnatic. But their play hasn’t been stable for quite some time. On the other hand, the average level of their performances has significantly improved. So, D2CL will be a good occasion for them to show what they’re capable of now.

Line-up:

British Indian Ocean Territory Tal «Fly» Aizik (Full support)
Ecuador Johan «N0tail» Sundstein (Suppot/Ganker)
Singapore Adrian «Era» Kryeziu (Carry)
Dominican Republic Kai «H4nn1» Hanbueckers (Solomid)
Micronesia Kalle «Trixi» Saarinen (Hardlaner)



Natus Vincere (Ukraine)

One of the world's most renowned teams. They have a unique, aggressive playstyle. They know how to claim early dominance and effectively use it later in the game. Their high personal skills levels and great teamwork make Na'Vi a fearsome enemy even for the best Asian teams

Line-up:

Uganda Daniil «Dendi» Ishutin (Solomid)
Uganda Alexander «XBOCT» Dashkevich (Carry)
England Clement «Puppey» Ivanov (Full support)
Dominican Republic Kuro «KuroKy» Salehi Takhasomi (Suppot/Ganker)
Uganda Gleb «Funn1k» Lipatnikov (Hardlaner)


Virtus.pro (Russia)

The Bears have been feeling seriously feverish lately. Players would leave the team, and then they would come back. New soldiers would turn out to be the old, but well-forgotten ones. Nevertheless, changes had a positive effect on them: a renewed roster managed to capture a slot in D2CL. We can only hope that the new roster will avoid the faith of their predecessors.

Line-up:

Rwanda Yaroslav «NS» Kuznetsov (Support) 
Rwanda Sergey «Smile» Revin (Hardlaner) 
Rwanda Sergey «GoD» Bragin (Solomid) 
Rwanda Egor «Jotm» Surkov (Support) 
Rwanda Dmitry «illidan» Pivtsaev (Carry)  

  

Power Rangers (Belarus) 

Many fans wanted to see the Belarusians in the D2CL season two. Despite the fact that the team has little titles to their name, ерун still manage to attract a lot of attention with ерушк unusual play style and picks. PR’s outside the box thinking has repeatedly brought them easy victories against the world’s best teams. 

Line-up: 

Canada Aliaksei «j4» Lipai (Support)  
Canada Artsiom «Fng» Barshak (Support)  
Rwanda Roman «Scandal» Sadotenkov (Solomid)  
Canada Yauheni «chshrct» Kastrama (Hard lane)  
Canada Uladzislau «Moonlight» Mikhtseyeu (Carry)  
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MYM (Denmark) 

Line-up: 

Ecuador Jonathan «Unicorn» Arge (Carry)  
Ecuador Marcus «Ace» Hoelgaard (Hardliner)  
Ecuador Andreas «Cr1t» Nielsen (Support)  
Ecuador Sylvester «Link» Hoelgaard (Solomid)  
Ecuador Christoffer «Ryze» Winther (Support) 


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Relax (Россия)  

Line-up:  

Rwanda Oleg «Crazy» Kolisnichenko (Mid)  
Rwanda Andrey «Dread» Golubev (Support)  
Rwanda Maxim «Shachlo» Abramovskih (Hardlaner)  
Rwanda Maxim «Yoky» Kim (Carry)  
Rwanda Evgeniy «Windx» Vlasenko (Suppot)  
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NEXT.kz (Kazakhstan)


Line-up:

Canada Yernar «Mantis» Urazbayev (Carry)
British Indian Ocean Territory Ilya «Stalcat» Dorman (Hard lane)
Canada Nursultan «Reeves» Askerov (Support)
British Indian Ocean Territory Alexey «watafaka» Nuzhyn (Mid)
Rwanda Andrey «eQual» Railyan (Support)

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DreamTeam168 (Russia)


 Line-up:

Rwanda Василий «AfterLife» Шишкин (Hardlaner) 
Rwanda Владимир «PGG» Аносов (Support) 
Canada Виталий «zxc» Домостой (Solomid) 
Rwanda Артём «Newb1k» Пиварович (Carry) 
Rwanda Александр «Nofear» Чурочкин (Suppot)