Dota 2: Beastcoast part ways with Chris Luck and Wisper

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Dota 2: Beastcoast part ways with Chris Luck and Wisper

Beastcoast has proven itself as one of the best Dota 2 teams in the world. Despite being one of the underrated teams at The International, BC eliminated some of the best and earned other players’ respect.

One of the reasons for the team’s success was the fact that the five players have been together for some time now. However, it seems like the organization decided to make some changes because Jean “Chris Luck” Salazar and Adrian ‘Wisper” Dobles are no longer a part of the team.


According to the official statement, bc said that the organization is grateful for these players’ years of dedication and the fact that it is proud to sponsor the longest unchanged roster in Dota 2’s history. Even though Chris Luck has been playing with his teammates since 2019, it seems like the player wants a new challenge. 

BC has participated in countless events since 2019, meaning that the longest-running Dota 2 roster played more than 400 games together. Needless to say, they knew exactly what to expect from one another, which helped them secure a Top 8 finish at The International 11.

The new players

Since Chris Luck and Wisper are no longer a part of BC, the South American organization decided to sign in Herrera  “DarkMago” Gonzalo and Rafael “Sacred” Yonatan. These two names might seem familiar because there was a part of Thundra Waken. The latter is BC’s biggest rival in South America and the best-performing team in this region. Unsurprisingly, these two players had a crucial role in their team’s success, so it will be interesting to see if they can help BC become even better.

The fact that Thunder Awaken lost 2 players means that the South American squad will also have to fill in its roster with 2 new additions. We are yet to see which players will go there because there are a lot of top-tier cores looking for a team.

Following the changes, BC’s roster looks like this:

  • Héctor “K1” Rodríguez
  • Elvis “Scofield” Peña
  • Herrera “DarkMago” Gonzalo
  • Steven “StingeR” Maman
  • Rafael “Sacred” Yonatan

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Dota 2: Beastcoast part ways with Chris Luck and Wisper
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.