Esports organisation OG has announced that their Dota 2 player Roman 'Resolut1on' Fomynok has been released from their team, a decision which they say "did not come easily", and that has ruffled a lot of feathers if the Facebook comments are anything to go by.
"The start of the 2017-2018 Dota 2 season was a rocky one; we were sure it was only a matter of time before our new roster gelled into top form," the announcement reads. "We overcame our dry spell last autumn and placed first at Mars Dota League's Macau Minor last December. 2018 was looking promising."
"Unfortunately, there are times when change is necessary―our lackluster performances so far this year have made this clear. We are announcing the release of Roman 'Resolut1on' Fomynok; an accomplished pro in his own right. This decision did not come easily. To Roman: you've been an inspiration with your drive and passion and we wish you success in your future endeavors!"
"I'm very happy that I was a part of OG. Guys, Tal, Jesse, Gustav, Seb, Johan, Evany, thanks for the priceless experience and knowledge that I got during that time. I'm hoping that this decision will benefit all of us," Resolut1on wrote.
Coach Sébastien '7ckngMad' Debs will be acting as a stand-in player until the roster can get a replacement, but right now OG's sights are set on the DreamLeague Season 9 Minor competition. Do you think this was a bad move by OG?
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