Yang parted ways with Vici Gaming
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Vici Gaming announced the departure of their Dota 2 offlane player Zhou "Yang" Haiyang from the team. According to the club's social networks, his contract expired today, September 1, and he did not want to renew it further. Yang leaves the team as a free agent.
VG also said goodbye to their coach Bai "rOtK" Fan, as his contract with the organization has also ended. With Vici, he finished second at The International 4 and became a coach in 2017.
After being an integral part of VG since 2015, Yang will be leaving the club due to his contract expiring.— VICI Gaming (@VICI) September 1, 2020
We want to thank Yang-God for his long list of contributions to VG and have no doubt, that he will achieve whatever he plans on doing next
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Yang has been a member of Vici Gaming since March 2015. He made his way through the youth rosters and became one of the foremost players in the Chinese pro scene. Together with VG, he won many titles and also took 5-6 place at last year's The International. According to some rumors, he will move to 4 Angry Men, which is going to break into Dota with a super squad. It is said that 4AM will sign Eurus, Somnus丶M and fy, but there are no specifics at the moment.
Vici Gaming is an esports organization from China. Their are known for their achievement on Dota 2 scene. Vici Gaming's current roster:
- Zhang "Eurus" Chenzhong
- Zeng "Ori" Jiaoyang
- Xiong "Pyw" Jiahan
- Ding "Dy" Tsun
There is an incredible number of rumors around the Chinese pro-scene: most likely, the time of big reshuffles is coming, and it is difficult to predict what the lineups will look like when they are over.