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Alliance disbands Dota 2 roster with Nikobaby and w33

Alliance announced the disband of its Dota 2 roster following the disastrous season. The organization shared the news on the official site.

Alliance claims that it's a rebuild, and they are not leaving the Dota 2 scene. According to the article, the organization already started the process of putting together the new roster. Nikolay "Nikobaby" Nikolov was the part of the team since the end of 2019, and the only constant in all recent Alliance roster moves.

Going into next season we will be doubling down on our commitment into Dota 2 and towards mustering a lineup that will do us all proud. I want to give a HUGE thanks to all our fans, family and sponsors for their continued support throughout this time and even though it’s been a real hell to go week after week without a win it’s been a little bit less painful to go through it with you ALL.

Jonathan “Loda” Berg, Alliance CEO
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The season of 2021/22 was rough for Alliance. The team ended up on 7th place in the first tour of DPC and fell to the Lower Division, climbed back into the Upper, and then fell down again. The final nail in the coffin was the failure to qualify to The International 2022. Alliance lost to Janne "Gorgc" Stefanovski's streamer team Team Bald and exited the regional qualifier at 9-12th place.


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