Old G was disqualified from the DPC WEU 2023 Tour 3 Closed Qualifiers

Old G's journey in the DPC WEU 2023 Tour 2 was a rocky one, with the team facing several challenges along the way.

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By Naman Alok | May 10, 2023 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

Old G, a prominent Dota 2 team, has been making headlines lately, and not for the right reasons. The team, which boasts a star-studded roster of players such as Volodymyr “No[o]ne-” Minenko, Topias “Topson” Taavitsainen, Roman “Resolut1on” Fomynok, Sébastien “Ceb” Debs, and Kartik “Kitrak” Rathi, has faced a series of challenges and setbacks that have led to their disqualification from the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Western Europe (WEU) 2023 Tour 3: Closed Qualifiers. Let’s take a closer look at Old G’s turbulent journey. Old G was disqualified from the DPC WEU 2023 Tour 3 Closed Qualifiers.

The Turbulent Journey

Old G’s journey in the DPC WEU 2023 Tour 2 was a rocky one, with the team facing several challenges along the way. After a lacklustre performance in Division II, the team was competing to retain their slot in the division against PuckChamp. However, Old G was unable to field a roster with at least four of their original players for a crucial tiebreaker match, which resulted in their exit from the division. Following their disqualification from the match, Ceb from Old G criticized an individual member of the PGL staff on Twitter, citing a lack of assistance as the reason for their inability to field a complete roster. However, this was just the beginning of Old G’s troubles.

Violation of Rules of Conduct

Old G has been disqualified from the Summer Tour Closed Qualifiers, according to a recent tweet from PGL, who oversees the DPC in Western Europe. PGL claims that the team members threatened a member of the admin team, which is a serious offence that should not be overlooked. This is a violation of the rules of conduct. 

Although the precise nature of the threats is unclear, PGL’s decision to remove Old G from the Summer Tour Closed Qualifiers is a blatant statement that this type of conduct would not be accepted in the competition. If Old G wants to have a chance of making it to Division 2 of the 2019 tour, they will now have to compete in open qualifiers. The future of the squad in Dota 2 competition is now up in the air.

The DPC WEU 2023 Tours 2 and 3 have been an emotional roller coaster for Old G. Although the team’s star-studded squad has the potential to create waves in the competitive Dota scene, their recent misfortunes have been a reason for concern. Old G’s exclusion from the Summer Tour Closed Qualifiers serves as a reminder that good sportsmanship and fair play are crucial components of any competition and that breaking the rules of conduct can have serious repercussions. 

It is yet to be seen if Old G will be able to recover from their most recent defeats and reclaim their position in the competitive Dota arena. In spite of this, the team’s progress to this point has served as a testament to the highs and lows of professional gaming and the significance of fair play.

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