Dota 2: HellRaisers Puts Allohadance on Transfer List

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Dota 2: HellRaisers Puts Allohadance on Transfer List

After multiple cases of negative and inappropriate behavior, HellRaisers' Alohadance has hit the transfer-list .

HellRaisers is one of the new and promising CIS teams in Dota 2 right now. They’ve recently decided to return to the professional scene after being away for nearly two years.

Around two months ago, the organization announced the formation of their new team around Ilya “ALOHADANCE” Korobkin. Needless to say, Ilya has a reputation for being one of the most controversial CIS players in Dota 2. He was recently in the spotlight after his Twitch account received a suspension for inappropriate behavior.

Even though ALOHADANCE was a part of HellRaisers before, it seems like he does not have any respect for the organization. According to the official release, he refused to practice with his team just days before the Dota Summit 11. “This put at risk not only our form but HellRaisers’ participation in the tournament in general. We consider this kind of attitude highly unprofessional and unacceptable for the HellRaisers tag, which is why we inform you that as of today, ALOHADANCE is benched and transfer-listed” HR CEO of HellRaisers Alex “Magician” Slabukhin said.

We have no idea what the reason for ALOHADANCE's attitude is. It’s very strange because he played very well. In fact he was one of the main reasons why the team qualified for the Dota Summit 11 in the first place.

Unfortunately, the tournament starts in just a couple of days from now. This means that the organization doesn’t have much time and need to find a replacement fast. However, even if they do, they will still suffer a 20% loss to their DPC points due to Valve’s new rules.

Dota 2: HellRaisers Puts Allohadance on Transfer List
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.