HYDRA Disbands Dota 2 Team
HYDRA, an Eastern European organization, has announced on social media that they will release their entire Dota 2 roster.
Here is their translated announcement:
"Dear HYDRA fans and the entire Dota 2 community. The journey we have taken is never easy - it is a series of ups and downs, trials and successes. When we began our journey, we could not imagine all the obstacles and challenges that awaited us. Since our debut from the open qualifiers to the very last battles in the first division and The International qualifiers, every stage was filled with lessons, emotions and, most importantly, your invaluable support."
But, as in any story, the time for change comes. It is with difficult feelings that we would like to announce a new phase for our organization - the disbandment of the current Dota 2 roster. This decision was made after lengthy discussions and reflection, and it is aimed at a radical renewal and reorganization of the team.
At the new stage of our history, we will be looking for new faces who will help us reach new heights in the world of eSports."
The organization thanked their players and fans for the journey they have been through. It is important to note that HYDRA intends to look for new players to rebuild their Dota 2 roster.
The former HYDRA lineup was a competitive team in Division I of Eastern Europe but never qualified for any Majors or The International. The roster consisted of: