Dota 2: WePlay!’s Decision on VP.Prodigy and OG.Seed

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Dota 2: WePlay!’s Decision on VP.Prodigy and OG.Seed

Here is what WePlay!’s lead esports manager had to say about the situation with VP, OG and Division 1.

The last couple of days were very interesting for every Dota 2 fan. Apart from the ongoing tournaments, one of which is WePlay!’s Pushka League, two of the most famous Dota 2 players in the world announced their retirements – Peter “ppd” Dager and Saahil “Universe” Arora.

As a result, Ninjas in Pyjamas, one of the participants in WePlay!’s event, NiP had to make a roster change. Now, the event organized decided to accept the former Chicken Fights squad, which will be NiP’s new roster in the tournament.

Having said that, some players and fans raised the question of whether WePlay! should remove OG and VP’s second teams. As you know, both organizations decided to create the so-called “B” squads. To our surprise, both of them are performing pretty well and ended up in Division 1.

They won’t be moved

According to Vitaliy “Nexius” Bozhko, “everyone had a chance to win Closed Qualifiers and VP.Prodigy and OG seed earned the right to play in WePlay! Puska League Division 1 fairly”. In other words, there is no need for those teams to be moved to the second division, even though both VP and OG now have two rosters each in Division 1.

Bozhko continued by saying that both OG and VP are pro organizations with a fantastic reputation. As a result, he believes that the series where both teams might play against each other will get a lot of attention.

WePlay!’s Pushka Leagues will continue today with three more epic series. Be sure to watch them because they are definitely worth it. In the man time, feel free to follow us on our social media accounts for more Dota 2 information.

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Dota 2: WePlay!’s Decision on VP.Prodigy and OG.Seed
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.