Fata and 33 part ways with Alliance
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As the world’s population adjusts to life during the coronavirus pandemic, European esports organization, Alliance is taking the time to make changes to its Dota 2 roster.
In a surprising bit of news, Alliance announced the departure of Adrian “Fata” Trinks and Neta “33” Shapira in a recent blog post. Alliance admitted in the post that they’ve more or less already qualified for The International 2020, so their decision is mostly from a desire to change things up a bit.
These decisions are never fun to make, but we feel like we need to switch things up to be able to grow further. Thank you to Fata and Neta, and best of luck.
The news came as just as big a surprise to Fata, who posted a TwitLonger soon after the announcement. The former captain stated that he would be taking a break from Dota 2 to work on himself. However, upon his return to the game, he and 33 will create a brand new team.
Here’s the current Alliance Dota 2 roster:
Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov
Linus “Limmp” Blomdin
Simon “Handsken” Haag
Fata and 33 joined Alliance on October 3, 2019, along with the remaining players, Nikobaby, Limmp, and Handsken. Together they achieved victory at DreamLeague Season 12 the same month the roster was formed.