The latest esports team to catch fans’ eyes, Dota 2 squad Just Error, is already planning to disband after performing in just one tournament.
RAMZES on Disband
In a post on Russian social media site VK, Just Error player Roman “RAMZES666” Kushnarev revealed the team’s fate. He shared that the new Dota 2 team already wants to separate after participating in Epicenter’s EPIC League.
“We did not want to let down our new organization, to bind ourselves with contracts and unnecessary obligations in a situation where we were not 100% confident in ourselves and our teammates,” RAMZES said. “We can say that this is the end of the story of Just Error.”
Dota 2 Esports Just Error
Since forming the team recently, Just Error caught many eyes due to its star-studded roster. Boasting players from Virtus.pro, a powerful Dota 2 esports team, and Syed Sumail “SumaiL” Hassan, former Evil Geniuses mid player, fans expected a lot. Unfortunately, expectations were too high and the team just wasn’t ready for competitive play yet.
In his VK post, RAMZES talks about how a variety of factors influenced the team’s poor performance. The language barrier, time zone differences, ping, and more came into effect as to why Just Error played poorly. RAMZES even acknowledges that his own form was weak during the Epicenter EPIC League tournament.
“Initially, we did not plan to play Epic League, but in the end, we decided to play, and probably this can be called a wrong decision,” RAMZES said. “The old patch, in which everyone can already play, the language barrier, time zones, ping, lack of normal training-all this played a role in our unsuccessful performance. My playing form now also leaves much to be desired.”
Although the newest addition to Dota 2 esports didn’t pan out as expected, it showed an important lesson. It takes more than good individual players for a strong team. Just Error will end its Dota 2 esports journey for now but perhaps it may return should the players look to bring it back again.
Written by Justin Amin
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