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Solo turns 32, becomes the oldest player in Major history, and drops out of Arlington on his birthday

On August 7, NAVI captain Alexey "Solo" Berezin reached the age of 32. He became the oldest player to ever participate in a Dota Major. It came as a bittersweet for the veteran, as NAVI were eliminated from PGL Arlington Major 2022 on the very same day.

Before Solo, the record belonged to T1's coach Park "March" Tae-won. At the age of 31, he competed at DreamLeague 2020 Leipzig Major with TNC. The Korean was more successful, finishing 7-8th in Germany.

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NAVI lost to Team Spirit in the deciding bo2 in Arlington and placed outside of the group's top-6, unable to reach the playoffs. For Solo, it's his first Major in 2.5 years. The team lost their chances for a direct invite to TI11 and will have to play in regional qualifiers.

PGL Major Arlington is going from 4 to 14 August. 17 teams are fighting for $500,000 and DPC points to decide who will get to The International 2022.

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