DOTA 2 News: Ramzes released from Evil Geniuses Dota 2 Roster after 3 months of silence. Roman “RAMZES666” Kushnarev is now a free agent. EG put out a tweet to inform the community that Ramzes will no longer be part of their squad.
After nearly 3 months of no information, Evil Geniuses took to twitter to announce that Ramzes666 will be leaving. Ramzes666 joined EG after TI9, in which he was playing for Virtus.Pro in the CIS region. After moving to the NA Dota 2 circuit, he enabled EG to win several notable tier-one competitions.
On November 6th 2020, EG put Ramzes666 on the inactive roster. Daryl “iceiceice” Pei Xiang replaced him on the team just a week after this announcement. Many LAN events were cancelled due to onset of Covid-19, and Ramzes666 played in only 4 events for EG in 2020. He also played in only event since March 2020.
Roman “RAMZES666” Kushnarev took to twitter to reveal that he will no longer be playing for Evil Geniuses. Looking at the tweet, and the tone of it, we can be sure that there is no bad blood. It seems that the time has come for them to part ways and focus on future. Here is the tweet that Ramzes666 put out yesterday.
My contract with @EvilGeniuses is terminated,I’m a free agent now.Huge respect to coach @BuLbaDotA_ for everything you’ve done, thanks to my teammates for great times together,@Phillip_Aram @totheLaPointe and the rest of EG staff for taking good care of me. New challenges ahead!
— Roman Kushnarev (@ramzes) February 1, 2021
Currently, Evil Geniuses are top of the NA table in the Dota Pro Circuit 2021 Season 1. They have a record of 6-2, with easy chances of qualifying for the next round.
Ramzes666’s brief stint with Just Error
While he was on EG’s inactive roster, Ramzes666 briefly teamed up a few of his VP teammates like “NoOne” & “Solo” to form a team called Just Error. The team also feature “Sumail”, one of the most legendary Dota 2 players. However, the roster participated in only one event, and decided to go their separate ways soon after it.
Ramzes666 is now a free agent, but he still can’t participate in the ongoing DPC due to Valve’s roster locking rules for the DPC. So, he has to wait until the DPC season 1 ends, and then join another team to compete in.