Sébastien “Ceb” Debs has responded to claims that he might permanently return to OG in the near future
Sébastien “Ceb” Debs has been playing as a stand-in player for one of his former teams, OG in DreamLeague Season 20. The support player filled the void left by Evgenii “Chu” Makarov, who will be serving the team as an assistant coach from now on.
Retirement is just THAT boring.
— OG (@OGesports) June 10, 2023
The arrangement was not a permanent one. OG asked for Ceb’s help as a stopgap measure, but it led to rumors circulating in the Dota 2 scene that the 31-year-old might return to the OG roster on a permanent basis next season.
Earlier, Yaroslav “NS” Kuznetsov, the former star player of Virtus.pro, expressed his belief that Ceb would become a member of OG's main roster in the upcoming season. This sentiment has been widely shared by Dota fans on online forums and social media platforms.
Ceb addressed the claim on Twitch and confirmed his future plans with OG.
“This will be my final race. It's a fact that everyone is aware of. Without a doubt, it will be my last one.”
The Frenchman was instrumental in OG’s success in professional Dota 2. He led the team to two The International titles (2018 and 2019) and the ESL One Stockholm Major 2022 crown.