CDEC Gaming sign Ahjit after failing to qualify for the WePlay! Bukovel Minor

Dota two expert Lai”Ahjit” Jay Son spent the previous four weeks on the CDEC Avenger roster after parting ways with Mineski at the summertime. Now, however, he’s being brought on the primary CDEC Gaming roster to substitute Guo”Eve” Yuhang.

CDEC came in a string of qualifying for its WePlay! Bukovel Minor but fell shortly after being sailed by Royal Never Give Up at the forefront of this Chinese qualifiers.

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Ahjit is linking the major roster because the new place one participant while Eve is moving into the roster. This movement allegedly comes after Eve’s petition for a while away from aggressive Dota two .

This is a little bit of a strange move for CDEC because the group is comparatively known for fielding a roster of players with very little experience playing for larger teams. Ahjit proved to be a huge portion of this pre-International 2019 Mineski roster and has spent some time with Tigers and Fnatic at earlier times which breaks the group’s average mold.

However, considering that the squad’s only declines in the next form of Dota Guru Circuit qualifiers came into more experienced rosters such as RNG, Team Aster, and Invictus Gambling, earning a veteran like Ahjit might aid them in the long term. Especially since he’s got a great deal of expertise from the DPC such as the very first Minor of this year, Dota Summit 11, in which he performed Team Serenity.

It is uncertain how permanent this movement is going to be for the primary CDEC squad believing Eve is being put on the inactive roster and there are no indications that the company is seeking to proceed from him. This may only be a temporary fix while Eve takes a while off, so Ahjit may use this as a pastime for some other teams.