Dota 2: Polaris no longer has a Dota 2 roster

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Dota 2: Polaris no longer has a Dota 2 roster

Another organization withdraws from the DPC, with Polaris releasing their Dota 2 roster.

Following EG”s decision to release its Dota 2 roster, it seems like Polaris Esports will do the same. The SEA powerhouse had a pretty good team on paper, but the team wasn’t able to compete with the best in the region. Hence, Polaris missed out on The International 11.

Time for changes

Despite having a promising roster, Polaris Esports decided it was time to part ways with its Dota 2 squad. In other words, Natsumi-, Lelouch-, Force, Xavious and eyyou are no longer a part of the organization. Following its statement, Polaris Esports said that they wish their brothers all the best.

We do not have any information about Polaris’s plans for the future. In fact it is safe to say that most Dota 2 fans are surprised that the SEA squad decided to take this step. While it is true that Polaris did not make it to The International 11, the team won a Tier 2 tournament just a few days ago.

Polaris played at the Asia Pacific Predator League 2022, where it had the chance to face names like Execration and TNC Predator. Although it wasn’t easy, Force and the rest showed their prowess and won the tournament and a $75K reward.

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However, it seems like this wasn't enough for Polaris because the team decided to remove its active rosters.

The future of the squad

The fact that Force and the rest just won a tournament means that the players will most likely stick together. Since the new DPC season is on its way, it is probably just a matter of time before a big organization decides to pick them up. That said, this might happen near the end of Tour 1 because most organizations usually do that before a big tournament.

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Dota 2: Polaris no longer has a Dota 2 roster
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.