Xtreme Gaming Dota 2 Roster Change – A Legend is Back

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Xtreme Gaming Dota 2 Roster Change – A Legend is Back

These are the Xtreme Gaming Dota 2 Roster Changes that we did not expect to happen.

Dota 2 fans know that Xtreme Gaming has always been one of China’s best teams. Despite having a lot of big names on its roster, the squad was unable to prove its among the best and failed to secure a slot for TI12, which resulted in a roster disband. Having said that, it seems like the organization has decided to come back stronger than ever because of the latest Xtreme Gaming Dota 2 roster change.

Xtreme Gaming Dota 2 Roster Change

Whether you are a fan of Xtreme Dota 2 or you prefer other clubs in China, there is no arguing that this squad will be special. According to the recent news,  Wang “Ame” Chunyu is back in Dota 2, but this time, he won’t play for LGD Gaming. Instead, the Chinese Dota 2 superstar decided to join none other than Xtreme Gaming.

The news about the new Xtreme Gaming Dota 2 roster change has shocked the world. One of China’s best carry players of all time decided to come back to the professional scene after being away for over one year. He will join the team as position one, but what’s even more interesting is that the Xtreme Gaming router only has one more player – Ding “Dy” Cong.

We will have to wait and see what’s going to happen once Xtreme Gaming decides to add the three missing players. There are many rumors about which players will join, but by the looks of it, experts predict that this will be the ex Azure Ray squad.

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If that happens, we’ll have LGD’s almighty Dota 2 roster back in action, but this time, it will play under the Xtreme Gaming banner. This will definitely disrupt the Dota 2 scene, so we can’t wait to see what’s going to happen.

Xtreme Gaming Dota 2 Roster Change – A Legend is Back
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.