Struggled to get going
March 23, 2018
S4 had a quiet series against Newbee in OG's elimination in Dreamleague Season 9. The former Alliance star finished with a KDA of 7/9/14.
S4 kicked off the series with his signature Puck in the mid lane. He got the better end of the laning stage against Sccc's Gyrocopter. But his decision to go for a Veil of Discord before a Blink Dagger really hurt his team. OG couldn't take a fight without his initiation and his Dagger came when it was too late at the 17 minute mark when Newbee had taken firm control of the game. In Game 2, his Faceless Void had a successful laning stage but it never really amounted to much. His Chronospheres were good but lacked any real follow-up from OG.
Huskar cheese failed miserably
March 23, 2018
N0tail had an erratic series against Newbee in Dreamleague Season 9. The veteran finished with a KDA of 11/13/9.
N0tail gambled on a Huskar and Oracle draft in the series opener. The move failed miserably for OG as he lost the laning stage against Kpii's Enchantress. His progression was really way too slow because of his poor start and the pick felt very underwhelming. He bounced back in the second game with his Tiny. His Tiny got a good start and he used it to really the tempo for OG. But once Newbee was sticking together he was hard pressed to get a kill to keep OG's momentum.
Made a lot of good plays but not enough for win
March 23, 2018
Jerax gave a commendable effort but OG still fell short against Newbee in Dreamleague Season 9. The flashy support finished with a KDA of 5/9/22.
Jerax played Earth Spirit, a known specialty of his, in both games of the series. He showed his quality across both games of the series but it still wasn't enough despite his many incredible Boulder Smashes and Geomagnetic Grips.
Not exactly in competitive form
March 23, 2018
7Mad had a productive but sloppy performance for OG against Newbee in Dreamleague Season 9. OG's coach finished with a KDA of 16/14/15.
7Mad had a rough start in the series on his Razor. His aggressive laning stage against Moogy was not very effective. He didn't farm a lot of farm while he wasn't a problem for Moogy. His 10 minute Drums of Endurance was slow for the pace that he wanted. He rushed a Black King Bar at the 24 minute mark but he was too far behind at that point to matter for OG. In Game 2, he had a much better performance on his Death Prophet. He did well in his laning stage against Sccc, even managing to kill him a couple of times early. But 7Mad had to use his Exorcism to take clashes and it never really translated to real objectives.
Released from OG
March 18, 2018
In a post on the team's Facebook page, it was announced that Resolut1on would be leaving OG.
This move comes after months of disappointing results for the OG roster. In December of 2017, the Resolut1on roster took first place at MDL Macau, but since then has consistently come up short of expectations. OG's captain, 7ckngMad, will be standing in while a new replacement is found.
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Invite to The International 2017 confirmed
June 19, 2017
To no one's surprise, it was confirmed on the official Dota 2 website that OG have received a direct invitation to The Invitational 2017.
Of all the teams in contention for International 2017 invites, OG was the most obvious choice especially after Wings was disbanded earlier this year. OG's consecutive first place finishes at both Valve Majors, Boston and Kiev, all but guaranteed its invite. Between Boston and Kiev it finished second at Dota Pit and the Dota 2 Asia Championships. OG's recent performances have been lackluster though, 5th-6th at the Manila Masters and 7th-8th at EPICENTER: Moscow. There is still one premier event for OG to play between now and The International 2017, the Mars Dota 2 League finals in early July.