Dota 2: Ad Finem are down to 4 players

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Dota 2: Ad Finem are down to 4 players

Omar “Madara” Dabachach announces he'll no longer be playing with Ad Finem.

Ad Finem was one of the biggest hits a couple of years ago when they came out of nowhere and nearly won the Boston Major. The Greek Squad quickly earned the love from the Dota 2 fans due to their aggressive play style. However, they were unable to keep up with the competition and eventually, the team seized to exist.

Two years later, the same exact roster decided to give it another shot. Everything was going well in the qualifiers as they’ve managed to qualify for the Summit 11 Minor. Sadly, their performance there was nothing but disastrous. They won only one game in the group stage and finished last, resulting in an elimination.

Madara leaves

As a result, Omar “Madara” Dabachach decided to try his luck elsewhere. This is very sad because many of their fans expected the Greek squad to at least stick around a little bit more.

Madara was arguably the best player in Ad Finem. When the team was disbanded before, he played for many notable organizations such as Alliance and Vega Squadron.

Dabachach said in his tweet that he would give more information about his future soon. Rumors have it that he might join Chaos Esports Club as they are also down to four. Of course, we are yet to see if this will be the case.

What's next for ad finem?

Ad Finem will be taking part in the GG.BET Championship that starts tomorrow. This tournament has a $10K USD prize pool and it will feature eight teams from EU and CIS.

It will be fascinating to see who will be playing as a stand-in for the greek squad. We can only hope that they will find a replacement fast because the qualifiers for the next two DPC tournaments will start in just a couple of weeks from now.

Dota 2: Ad Finem are down to 4 players
Zlosterr has been a fan of esports for many years and mainly focuses on Dota 2. He has more than five years of experience writing Dota 2 content for numerous platforms. Besides being a passionate fan of the game, he's also played for various amateur teams.