1 day after its success qualifier run, the South American squad appears to be shifting to another organization
The qualifiers for the upcoming OGA Dota PIT Minor 2019 may have come to a close today, but that doesn’t mean that all of the squads in the field for the season’s fourth Minor were remaining idle. After putting together an impressive and unexpected run in its regional qualifier and claiming its first Pro Circuit appearance of the season, it seems that the roster of Pacific eSports could be playing under a new banner by the time it reaches Split for the Minor itself. The team’s roster, which only officially registered its current lineup on April 4, had all of its members removed from the roster of Pacific eSports and re-registered under the name Majestic esports. Since the team’s roster has not changed from the one that won the Minor qualifier, it can be assumed that the squad has been potentially bought out and signed by another organization. Unfortunately, there are more than a couple of organizations in the esports world to operate under the Majestic esports name, and until an official announcement of this change is made, it is unclear who the team’s new organization actually is.
The roster of Majestic esports and former roster of Pacific eSports:
Hector Antonio “K1” Rodriguez (Carry)
Jean Pierre “Chris Brown” Gonzales (Mid)
Adrian “Wisper” Cespedes Dobles (Offlane)
Kaue “Dunha1” a.k.a. “Cys” Camuci (Support, Captain)
Junior Reyes “Yadomi” Rimari (Support)