The North American organization welcomes a regional veteran and TI Champion to the roster with its mid-season change.
With the 2018 section of the Pro Circuit season winding down, one last round of roster changes appear to be coming our way as we close out the year. In the North American region, a Major attendee will be making changes to its lineup, as J.Storm has announced that Milan “MiLAN” Kozomara has been released from the roster. In his place, the team introduced veteran player and TI5 winner Clinton “Fear” Loomis as its newest player, with Fear set to take the Support role previously held by MiLAN. While the move will bring one of the most experienced and respected players in North American Dota to the team’s roster, the addition of Fear does not come without a small drawback for J.Storm. Since the squad has made an official change to its roster, it will lose 20% of its current Pro Circuit Point total, dropping the team from 150 Points to 120. The change moves the team from a tie for the 9th place position in the Pro Circuit Rankings into a tie for 11th overall.
The roster of J.Storm following the addition of Fear:
David “Moo” Hull (Carry)
Jonathan “Bryle” De Guia (Mid)
Lee “Forev” Sang-don (Offlane)
Clinton “Fear” Loomis (Support)
Park “March” Tae-won (Support, Captain)
Jimmy “DeMoN” Ho (Coach)
Christian “ArmyyStrongg” Kenney (Manager)