The Southeast Asian organization is taking a step away from the Dota 2 scene as it looks to regroup and plan its next move
A bit of unfortunate news comes out of the Southeast Asian region today, as Entity Gaming has announced that it is officially dropping the remainder of its Dota 2 lineup and disbanding the team. The move comes just 2 weeks after the organization had announced the departure of Support and Captain Job Real “Jobeeezy” Ramos from the lineup, and it appears that no replacement will be found following the news of this disbanding of the roster.
As of right now, there is no word regarding what the now former lineup of Entity Gaming plans to do moving forward. The squad could attempt to continue playing together, picking up a 5th player and trying to draw the attention of another organization. On the other hand, the players could simply split and move into free agency and attempt to find new teams in Southeast Asia or other regions of the Dota 2 world. As for Entity Gaming, the future is also somewhat unclear, as the organization did not specifically mention any immediate plans to remain in the Dota 2 scene this season.
The former roster of Entity Gaming:
Yang “Deth” Wu Heng (Carry)
Travis “Castaway” Waters (Mid)
Kim “Velo” Tae-sung (Offlane)
Danny “Noia” Junget (Support)