The Peruvian organization has announced a change to its roster just a few weeks before its Pro Circuit debut.
The end of year roster changes continue to emerge within the Dota 2 scene, and this time its the South American region that appears to be undergoing said changes. Just a few weeks away from its first appearance on the Pro Circuit stage this season at The Chongqing Major, Peruvian squad Thunder Predator has announced a change to its lineup, effective immediately. Midlaner Jeremy “Jeimari” Ruiz Aguinaga is departing the roster for undisclosed reasons and will no longer be affiliated with the organization. At the time of Jeimari’s departure from the team, Thunder Predator is active in the Liga Pro Gaming Season 5, and have been playing with Leonardo “LeoStyle-” Sifuentes as a stand-in for its most recent matches. As of right now, no official replacement for Jeimari has been announced, but Thunder Predator did state that its substitute will be announced prior to the start of The Chongqing Major in January.
The roster of Thunder Predator following the departure of Jeimari:
Juan “Atun” Ochoa (Carry)
Frank “Frank” Arias (Offlane)
Farith “Matthew” Puente (Support, Captain)
Sergio “Prada” Toribio (Support)
Carlos “The Azathoth” Rios (Manager)