The Southeast Asian organization has completed its lineup for the 2018-2019 season after a series of player reveals.
The saga that has been the Clutch Gamers roster reveal is now finally over, as the Southeast Asian organization has unveiled its completed roster for the upcoming Pro Circuit season. 4 new players have joined the roster this offseason, giving the team a much different look than the one that it had just a few months ago in the TI8 Southeast Asia Open Qualifiers. Kharis “SkyLark” Zafeiriou remains as the only carry over from that previous iteration of the lineup, and over the past few days, the organization had announced the addition of Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov, Lee “kYxY” Kong Yang, and Giorgos “SsaSpartan” Giannakopoulos to its new roster. Today, the final member of the team has been revealed, as Clutch Gamers introduced Myint “InsaNe” Myat Zaw as if Midlaner.
InsaNe is pretty much a new addition to the professional Dota 2 scene, as the young player has little to no experience at the professional level. The Midlaner from Myanmar will represent the new blood in a roster of veteran talent, and the team is hoping that it has found themselves a diamond in the rough that it can develop into a star player in the Southeast Asian region and perhaps even on the international level as well. The concept isn’t all that far fetched when you think about it, as current icons of the Dota 2 world like SumaiL and Miracle- came up in somewhat similar scenarios. As of right now, we have no idea if InsaNe possesses the kind of talent and drive as those 2 super star players, but the hopes have to be relatively high for Clutch Gamers to be willing to take a risk by bringing him on for the season. We will have to see just how well InsaNe can play, and how well this almost completely new Clutch Gamers roster is able to adapt and adjust to its new players and situation.
The roster of Clutch Gamers:
Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov (Carry)
Myint “InsaNe” Myat Zaw (Mid)
Kharis “SkyLark” Zafeiriou (Offlane)
Lee “kYxY” Kong Yang (Support)
Giorgos “SsaSpartan” Giannakopoulos (Support)
Jaseem “Gangster” Khan (Manager)