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Nigma Galaxy has a Disastrous Debut With its New Roster

Nigma Galaxy's debut with their new roster did not go as planned, with the team losing two consecutive series against HellRaisers and Entity in the tournament.

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By Shubham Dalal | Dec 29, 2022 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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Nigma Galaxy’s debut with their new roster did not go as planned, with the team losing two consecutive series against HellRaisers and Entity in the tournament. As a result, the team is voted out of the Batboom Christmas show, finishing in last place. The Nigma Galaxy were recently forced to make roster changes during the off-season, as decorated carry player Amer “Miracle-” Al-Barkawi announced that he would be leaving the competitive scene to deal with health issues. Will take a break from.If you need more information about Nigma Galaxy has a Disastrous Debut With its New Roster then read carefully and don’t forget to share with your friends.

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In his place, former OG Offender Ammar “ATF” Al-Assaf was announced as his temporary replacement for the 2022/2023 Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) season.Nigma Galaxy recently debuted their new roster at the Betaboom Christmas show, as they were invited by tournament organizer FISSURE to be a part of the playoff stage. However, its first appearance would prove to be a disaster at short notice.

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Game one saw Nigma Galaxy facing off against Hellraiser, however that didn’t work out as planned as the team was dominated by the combo of Gleb “Depressed Kid” Zyryanov’s Outworld Destroyer and Nikita “daxk” Kuzmin’s Nature Prophet. While Nigma tried to find a way back into the game, he was forced to concede after only 34 minutes.Game Two saw a slightly better performance by Nigma Galaxy, as they had a decent early game lead. However, the game ended up being a repeat of Game One as Hellraiser managed to gain a late-game advantage by continuously taking out Nigma’s heroes. Hellraiser ended the series 2–0 after 40 minutes, dropping Nigma Galaxy to the lower bracket

Game One saw Nigma Galaxy’s Syed “Sumail” Hasan dominate the game against Entity with his signature Leshrak. While Entity tried to take their late game advantage long enough, Nigma would claim the first game after 28 minutes.Game Two was an even match between the two teams, as Nigma’s draft was mostly unchanged, while Entity opted for a different draft. While the game was even for the first 25 minutes,Game three of the series was mostly one-sided as Entity did not let their early game advantage go to waste as Alimzhan “watson” Islambekov’s Templar Assassin led the charge. While Nigma Galaxy did manage to stall the game long enough for both ATF and Sumail to gain their mid-game potential, Entity defeated them after 35 minutes.

After their disappointing start, Nigma Galaxy were officially kicked out of the tournament. However, with the DPC Western European (WEU) 2023 Tour 1: Division I set to begin in two weeks’ time, can Nigma Galaxy redeem itself in what could arguably be its most stacked region yet?

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